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Discipline Specific Core Concepts is Ecological Core Concepts -- Ecosystems -- Food webs and trophic cascades
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View Resource Of wolves, elk and willows: how predation structures ecosystems

Predator-prey interactions are among the most familiar and important in ecology, and they are also fraught with common misconceptions for students and the lay public. The notion of potential indirect...

http://tiee.esa.org/vol/v6/figure_sets/trophic_cascades/abst...
View Resource Enhancing science teachers' understanding of ecosystem interactions with qualitative conceptual models

The project described in this article explores how a series of conceptual ecological models can be used to portray the improvement in ecological understanding over the span of a short course. The...

View Resource NCEP Exercise- Ecological Consequences of Extinctions: Ecological Decay in Isolated Forest Fragments

In order to examine the effects of extinction on an ecosystem, this exercise simulates a real life example in Venezuela. Students imagine they are working for a Non-Governmental Organization...

View Resource Using Stream Leaf Packs to Explore Community Assembly

In this TIEE experiment, students will explore functional and taxonomic diversity in a stream ecosystem, learn about food web relationships, and learn about the ways in which abiotic and biotic...

http://tiee.esa.org/vol/v7/experiments/doherty/abstract.html
View Resource Rainforest carbon cycling and biodiversity: A simulation model learning tool

This modeling activity simulates how atmospheric CO2 concentrations, which influence global climate, increase with deforestation and decrease during reforestation. As fast-growing tropical trees...

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