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Pollen Analysis

Pollen Analysis

Pollen Analysis. Correlate Quaternary stratigraphic units. Reconstruct vegetation history. To investigate the impact of human activities on late Quaternary vegetation and landscape in many parts of the world. Pollen Analysis. Pollen Characteristics. Resistant to decay .

By oakes
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Habitat Fragmentation

Habitat Fragmentation

Habitat Fragmentation. Sometimes habitat is not lost nor converted, it is simply fragmented Fragmentation has 2 components: 1) a reduction in the area covered by a habitat type 2) a change in habitat configuration, with the remaining habitat apportioned into smaller and more isolated patches.

By cricket
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Stage 1: Newark Departure Headings Runway 22L/R

Stage 1: Newark Departure Headings Runway 22L/R

Stage 1: Newark Departure Headings Runway 22L/R. Heavy Demand . 263. Existing. Dispersal. 239. 215. 190. Moderate Demand . Stage 1: Philadelphia Departure Headings Runway 09R/L. Existing. Dispersal. Stage 1: Philadelphia Departure Headings Runway 27L/R. Existing. Dispersal. 268.

By weylin
(108 views)

Community Assembly

Community Assembly

Community Assembly. A pervasive theme in community ecology is that the species composition of a community is governed by deterministic “assembly rules” Typically these rules emphasize the importance of interspecific interactions (e.g. niche overlap, body size distributions). Community Assembly.

By taipa
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SUMMARY: COQUI BIOLOGY AND CONTROL IN VOLCANO

SUMMARY: COQUI BIOLOGY AND CONTROL IN VOLCANO

SUMMARY: COQUI BIOLOGY AND CONTROL IN VOLCANO.

By MikeCarlo
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Module 3A: Hemlock Woolly Adelgid

Module 3A: Hemlock Woolly Adelgid

Presented by: Caitlin Cusack UVM Extension. Module 3A: Hemlock Woolly Adelgid. Hemlock Woolly Adelgid. Non-native - Asian Invasive Exclusive to hemlock trees Kills hemlocks Native trees not resistant No effective native natural enemies. Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Identification.

By helene
(118 views)

Speciation

Speciation

Speciation. More about change over time…. Adaptations. All organisms have adaptations that help them survive and thrive. Some adaptations are structural.

By keenan
(174 views)

Primate group organization

Primate group organization

Primate group organization. Size Dispersal (male/female) Group composition Dominance hierarchy. Dominance. Differential access to resources Food Reproductive opportunities Space Species differences Dominance displays. Leadership myths in animals.

By rafal
(53 views)

Section b case study

Section b case study

Section b case study. Overview. Exploring the impact of new media on traditional media, in particular magazines and newspapers, and discussing how new media forces institutions to consider and engage with these developments due to the changes in audience consumption.

By tehya
(95 views)

Wilderness Fire Resource Advisor Training:

Wilderness Fire Resource Advisor Training:

By nerice
(98 views)

Biogeography

Biogeography

Biogeography. EE 2.5 What Factors Affect species dispersal?. Biogeography. The study of where organisms live and how they got there. Biogeography: Continental Drift. The movement of Earth’s continents is one factor that affects how species are distributed.

By levana
(247 views)

Dispersal

Dispersal

Dispersal. Dispersal. How would you define dispersal?. Dispersal. Organism moves away from parent or current population. Adaptations for dispersal. Air & Wind. Air & Wind. Water. Launched. Birds. Mammals. Why is it important to disperse?. How can we explain that pattern?.

By december
(162 views)

Announcements

Announcements

Announcements. Test c orrections end Monday Turn in any missing assignments. Question of the Day. Question: What are some ways that you plan to study for your final? Ideas? Answer: … … …. 2 ’ s Turn In: Vocabulary Sheet p. 278 A.Q. 2abc Work on Your Packet and Study Guide When Done .

By taylor
(96 views)

Lecture 4: Dispersal and Habitat Selection

Lecture 4: Dispersal and Habitat Selection

Lecture 4: Dispersal and Habitat Selection. EEES3050. Outline. Background on dispersal Introduction to invasive species Zebra mussel example Habitat selection. Why do species live where they do?. Or rather…why are they not in particular places? Dispersal Habitat Selection Biotic factors

By prue
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Variation in dispersal capacity and behaviour in the Natterjack toad ( Bufo calamita )

Variation in dispersal capacity and behaviour in the Natterjack toad ( Bufo calamita )

Variation in dispersal capacity and behaviour in the Natterjack toad ( Bufo calamita ). Joke Maes Herpetology 22 March 2012. Promotor: Erik Matthysen Co-promotor: Raoul Van Damme. Dispersal. Dispersal. Individual and among-population variation in dispersal capacity

By ahava
(99 views)

Lagrangian Description of Marine Larval Dispersal Kernels

Lagrangian Description of Marine Larval Dispersal Kernels

Lagrangian Description of Marine Larval Dispersal Kernels. www.martinreefs.com/pages/species_index/species_common.html. Larval Behaviors. near-surface fixed-depth. mid-depth passive. fixed-depth above bottom. Mid-depth. Shallow. Deep. Cape Hatteras. NC. SC. GA. Cape Canaveral. FL.

By kasen
(152 views)

Spatial synchrony of population fluctuations: causes and consequences

Spatial synchrony of population fluctuations: causes and consequences

Spatial synchrony of population fluctuations: causes and consequences. Jeremy Fox University of Calgary Website: homepages.ucalgary.ca/~jefox/Home.htm Blog: dynamicecology.wordpress.com. Collaborator: David Vasseur, Yale University.

By eamon
(128 views)

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Click SLIDE SHOW button on bottom right. Then click screen again to begin If an error message appears at top, your computer may require the “Active X control” download to view full animation & audio or try re-opening link in another browser (i.e. Internet Explorer).

By riona
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Riin Tamme, Lars Götzenberger , Martin Zobel , James M. Bullock, Danny A. P. Hooftman ,

Riin Tamme, Lars Götzenberger , Martin Zobel , James M. Bullock, Danny A. P. Hooftman ,

Predicting seed dispersal distances from simple plant traits. Riin Tamme, Lars Götzenberger , Martin Zobel , James M. Bullock, Danny A. P. Hooftman , Ants Kaasik , Meelis Pärtel. We collected available maximum dispersal distance data for plant species.

By temima
(143 views)

Dispersal of bark beetles and predators

Dispersal of bark beetles and predators

Dispersal of bark beetles and predators. Arnaud Costa and Dr John Reeve Insect Ecology Department of Zoology Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Main objective: measure dispersal of three Coleoptera associated to red pine stands decline. Predator: Thanasimus dubius (Cleridae).

By kioko
(101 views)

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