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The Invasive Grass-Fire Cycle in the U.S. Great Basin

Students will exercise critical thinking skills to form a hypothesis on how cheatgrass alters fire behaviors. Students will analyze data and answer questions based on their interpretation of field-based data and satellite data. Using this information, students will collaborate to create maps and graphs.

This activity is included in Volume 8 of Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology (TIEE).
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Primary or BEN resource type
Secondary resource type
Discipline Specific Core Concepts
Life science discipline (subject)
Keywords invasive species, cheatgrass, Bromus tectorum, fire ecology, disturbance, spatial analysis tools
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Educational Language
Pedagogical Use Description This activity is intended for students to conduct a scientific investigation in a small group. Students will learn and practice the skills of interpreting data, generating graphs, and presenting the information represented in maps and graphs.
Primary Author Controlled Name
Primary Author Affiliation National Center for Ecological Analysis & Synthesis, University of California, Santa Barbara; The Pennsylvania State University, Department of Geography
Primary Author email jkbalch@psu.edu
Secondary Author Name(s) Marnie K. Carroll, Bethany A. Bradley
Secondary Author Affiliation(s) Diné College, University of Massachusetts-Amherst,
Submitter Email education@esa.org
Rights Jennifer Balch
Date Of Record Submission 2012-06-13

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