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Using authentic scientific data to improve quantitative reasoning in ecology and evolutionary biology
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15 Aug 2017 | Contributor(s): Louise Mead, Elizabeth H Schultheis, Melissa Kjelvik, Alexa Warwick, Molly Stuhlsatz | doi:10.25334/Q4066P
Presentation made by Louise Mead et al. as part of the "Bringing Research Data to the Ecology Classroom: Opportunities, Barriers, and Next Steps” Session at the Ecological Society of America annual meeting, August 8th, 2017, Portland Oregon
Research and Teaching Opportunities with a Large-scale Salamander Collaboration Network (SPARCnet): TWS Poster
14 Dec 2020 | Contributor(s): Kristine Grayson, M. Caitlin Fisher-Reid, Louise Mead, Hannah Coovert, Raisa Hernández Pacheco, Jennifer Sevin, Alexa Warwick, Tanya Matlaga, Sean Sterrett, Chris Sutherland, Jill Fleming, David Muñoz, David Miller, Evan Grant | doi:10.25334/7CV0-TY57
Poster presented at the 2020 virtual meeting of The Wildlife Society (TWS) on research and teaching opportunities with the Salamander Population and Adaptation Research Collaboration Network (SPARCnet)
09 Feb 2018 | Contributor(s): Peter White, Alexa Warwick, Louise Mead, Merle Heidemann, Jim Smith | doi:10.25334/Q4HD51
This case will examine the evolution of trichromatic vision in old world monkeys.
Human Dimensions in Amphibian Conservation: Addressing Threats
28 Jun 2021 | Contributor(s): Jennifer Sevin, Alexa Warwick, M. Caitlin Fisher-Reid, Sarah Raisch | doi:10.25334/JES3-V748
This module introduces students to the theme of human dimensions in conservation and provides them with an opportunity to engage in practices related to social science research.
How Many Salamanders are in the forest? Testing capture-recapture
01 Dec 2017 | Contributor(s): Louise Mead, Kristine Grayson, Alexa Warwick, David Miller, Chris Sutherland, Evan Grant | doi:10.25334/Q4637W
Collecting data on how populations respond to environmental change requires accurate estimates of population sizes. This activity explores one method for estimating population sizes across three different localities.
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