|Primary or BEN resource type|
|Temporal and geographic description||CLASS TIME
Four lab periods (minimum of 3 hours each) and one lecture period.
OUTSIDE OF CLASS TIME
Ten hours per student, based on the following: 2 hours to read in preparation for lab
periods one and two, 3 hours for practice identifying organisms, 3 hours for data
processing and analysis, and 2 hours to generate products for submission.
|Drought & Water-Ecosystem Services Collection||Off|
|Conservation Targets Under Global Change Collection||Off|
|Big Data Collection||Off|
|Keywords||alien species, assemblages, biodiversity, correlation versus causation, data analysis, assessment, background knowledge|
|Life science discipline (subject)|
|Primary Author Controlled Name|
|Primary Author Affiliation||Oglethorpe University
Atlanta, GA 3031
|Primary Author email@example.com|
|Rights||TIEE, Volume 6 © 2009 – Roarke Donnelly and the Ecological Society of America. Teaching Issues and
Experiments in Ecology (TIEE) is a project of the Education and Human Resources Committee of the
Ecological Society of America (http://tiee.ecoed.net).
|Date Of Record Submission||2011-03-14|
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