James Boelkens went away to a semeter school and came back a different person. We created this film to tell not only his story, but the vision behind the creation of The Ecology School, a new â€œo...[Read More]
Urban Ecology of Rats and Mice: An Examination of Natural History, Reproductive Biology, and Individual Behavioral Differences of Mankindâ€™s Longest Commensal Enemy
Featured Speaker: Danielle ...[Read More]
Individual, Social, and Ecological Influences on Problem-Sol...
University of Wyoming
October 15, 2018
As urban centers all over the world have grown, biologists have struggled to explain why some species can invade and thrive despite human-ind...[Read More]
Colombia Ecological Forecasting - NASA DEVELOP Summer 2014 @...
With 6,000 individuals remaining, cotton-top tamarins in Colombia are threatened by habitat loss due to anthropological activities. Utilizing NASA Earth Observations, maps were generated to
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Unravelling the ecology of invasions: from individuals to co...
Dr Helen Roy explores the ecology of invasive species including the harlequin ladybird, Asian hornet and the role of citizen science | Originally presented at the Faculty of Veterinary and Livestock S...[Read More]
The Foraging Ecology of Bottlenose Dolphins: Individual, Dem...
Please join me, Sam Rossman, for my dissertation defense hosted by the Department of Zoology, Michigan State University. I will explore the ecology of a cryptic forager, the bottlenose dolphin (Tursio...[Read More]
This video is a short tutorial about the levels of organization in ecology and environmental biology. It begins at the level of the individual and ends at the highest level of ecological organization;...[Read More]
A Jewish approach to ecological sustainability: Rabbi Yonata...
Rabbi Neril speaks about plastic bags use in Israel, the importance of the individual taking action, our personal ecological footprint and how to reduce it, and other issues relating to manifesting a ...[Read More]
Research presentation entitled "Individual Based Models in Ecology: An Evaluation, or How Not to Ruin a Good Thing" given in a symposium on individual based models in ecology at the 23rd biennial meet...[Read More]