Type I Functional Response
15 Feb 2019 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Lou Gross1, Monica Beals1, Susan Harrell1
University of Tennessee Knoxville
This module introduces the type I functional response in the context of understanding the relationship between an individual's rate of consumption and food density. It is intended for an...
Type II Functional Response: Holling’s Disk Equation
This module introduces the Holling’s disk equation in the context of understanding the relationship between an individual's rate of consumption and food density. It is intended for an introductory...
Tyson Lee Swetnam
09 Jun 2017 |
Posted by Anton E Weisstein
Undergraduates Learn Evolution Through Teaching Kindergartners About Blind Mexican Cavefish
26 Aug 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Joshua Gross1, Andrew Gangidine1, Rachel E. Schafer2
1. University of Cincinnati 2. Kenyon College
The development and implementation of a scientific outreach activity comes with a number of challenges. A successful outreach event must match the sophistication of content to the audience, be...
24 Jul 2018 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Kelly O'Donnell
This video describes the field of urban ecology and features scientists who use the city as their field site.
Urban stream invaders: a scientist spotlight featuring Dr. Piatã Santana Marques
15 Jul 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Jennifer Apple
Students read and interpret data from a study which addresses how urbanization affects the invasive attributes of a non-native species. They also reflect on the identity of the lead researcher and...
Using a long-term data set from Ohio to analyze climate change and it’s impacts on phenology and ecological interactions
19 Jun 2017 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Caroline DeVan
New Jersey Institute of Technology
This is an FMN participant modification of the TIEE module "Investigating the footprint of climate change on phenology and ecological interactions in north-central North America,"...
Using drones for conservation work with Eben Broadbent
01 Jul 2022 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Eben Broadbent1, Megan Seifert2
1. University of Florida 2. Headwaters Science Institute
Eben N. Broadbent, PhD, is an assistant professor of forest ecology & geomatics in the School of Forest Resources and Conservation at the University of Florida, with a PhD in Biology (Ecology &...
Using Grassy Narrows in a Live Classroom with Clicker Questions and Interactive Histogram: Sampling Distributions, Probability, and Hypothesis Testing
24 May 2022 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Jonathan Andrew Akin
Northwestern State University of Louisiana
Students are introduced to concepts of sampling distributions, p-values, and hypothesis testing. Using both simulated and real data for methylmercury level in fish populations, students will...
Using Linear Regression Adaptation: Exploring Vector-borne diseases in an online classroom
09 Aug 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Darcy Ernst
In this adaptation students in online classrooms will use linear regression at home and in synchronous online time to analyze real data on vector-borne diseases and explore how environmental...
Using Linear Regression to Explore Environmental Factors Affecting Vector-borne Diseases
02 Sep 2020 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Andy Adams1, Jessica A Adams1, John J. Bray1, Tami Imbierowicz1, Suzanne Lenhart2, Breonna Martin1
1. Harford Community College 2. University of Tennessee
In this activity students will use linear regression to analyze real data on vector-borne diseases and explore how environmental factors such as climate change or population density influence the...
Venom Diversity & Evolution in Reptiles and Amphibians - An education module for university students
24 Sep 2022 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Andrew Mason1, Eric Gangloff2
1. The Ohio State University 2. Ohio Wesleyan University
This module contains information for a three part series introducing the venom system in reptiles and discussing it in an evolutionary context. In the first part venom and its ecological roles are...
Video: The Future of Science is Open
07 Nov 2018 |
Posted by Alycia Crall
Vitor Passos Rios
William Joseph Quinn