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  1. Aquatic Nutrient Levels and Climate Change

    Aquatic Nutrient Levels and Climate Change

    2019-07-16 19:14:43 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Elli Bosch, Kaycee Faunce, Amanda Thompson | doi:10.25334/GJNM-4D57

    This learning module was designed to introduce students to the aquatic nutrients nitrogen and phosphorus, their roles in ecosystem function and nutrient pollution, and what impacts climate change might have on their presence and effects in aquatic systems

  2. Optimal Foraging in Swirl

    Optimal Foraging in Swirl

    2019-07-15 17:24:32 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Mary Elizabeth McWhirt, Emily Weigel | doi:10.25334/38NY-HP77

    This lesson centers around the marginal value theorem (MVT, Charnov 1976), which describes how animals should forage in patches. It serves as a pre-lab to teach MVT basics, vectors, ANOVA, and basic plotting.

  3. Striped Bass: A Regulatory Success Story

    Striped Bass: A Regulatory Success Story

    2019-07-12 17:10:59 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): J. Alexander McCrickard, Angela Hanretty, Amanda Thompson | doi:10.25334/TNDC-QR40

    This module examines the Maryland striped bass moratorium (1985-1989) as a fisheries management success story. Maryland DNR striped bass young of the year data is utilized for least squares linear regression analysis.

  4. Quantifying The Drivers and Impacts of Natural Disturbance Events – The 2013 Colorado Floods

    Quantifying The Drivers and Impacts of Natural Disturbance Events – The 2013 Colorado Floods

    2019-07-12 16:50:31 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Heather Susanne Zimbler-DeLorenzo | doi:10.25334/XYXD-PC51

    This lesson focuses on ways that scientists identify and use data to understand ecological disturbance events using data from five public datasets. The main lesson focused on interpretation of figures, while optional coding extensions teach R skills.

  5. A “Rule-of-Five” Framework for Models and Modeling

    A “Rule-of-Five” Framework for Models and Modeling

    2019-07-11 15:47:44 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Carrie Diaz Eaton, Hannah Callender Highlander, Kam Dahlquist, Glenn Ledder, Drew LaMar, Richard Schugart | doi:10.25334/A2VM-PD69

    In this paper, we extend the “Rule-of-Four,” initially used in calculus reform efforts, to a “Rule-of-Five” framework for models and modeling that is inclusive of varying disciplinary definitions of each.

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