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SEA OTTERS Life and Death

SEA OTTERS Life and Death

SEA OTTERS Life and Death. Major Objectives. Sea otter evolution Relationship between sea otter and man Sea otter’s role as a keystone predator Sea otters and kelp forests Sea otter futures. Evolution of today’s sea otter. 2 million years ago… Enhydra lutris. Humans like sea otters .

By ostinmannual
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Florence Nightingale

Florence Nightingale

Florence Nightingale. Nurse or mathematician?. Florence Nightingale. Life History. a) Born on May 12, 1820, Florence, Italy b) Raised in Derbyshire, England c) Felt called by God to serve Him on February 7, 1837

By daniel_millan
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Creating Developmentally Appropriate Classrooms

Creating Developmentally Appropriate Classrooms

Creating Developmentally Appropriate Classrooms. Chapter Eleven. The Importance of Age and Developmental Status. (c) 2006 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.  All rights reserved. Cushner/McClelland/Safford, Human Diversity in Education , 5/e.

By josiah
(257 views)

Chapter 16

Chapter 16

Chapter 16. Narrative Research Designs. Key Ideas. Narrative research and when to use it Types of narrative designs Key characteristics of narrative designs Potential issues in gathering data Steps in conducting a narrative study Evaluating narrative research. What is narrative research?.

By kinsey
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A Structure for In-Depth, Phenomenological Interviewing

A Structure for In-Depth, Phenomenological Interviewing

A Structure for In-Depth, Phenomenological Interviewing . Group 3 Name: 9310002A Joshua 9310004A Emily 9310012A Daniel 9310020A Zoe 9310038A Lydia Instructor: Mavis Shang. * Survey interviews with:. Preset Standardized Normally closed questions.

By donat
(313 views)

Population Ecology

Population Ecology

Population Ecology. Characteristics of Populations Life History Traits Population Growth Models Regulation of Population Growth. Density-number/unit of area or volume Census Estimate by indirect indicators Mark-recapture method. Dispersal-spacing among individuals Clumped-humans

By galya
(157 views)

Antarctica II

Antarctica II

Antarctica II. Stuff you might not know about life on (and around) the frozen continent. Terrestrial animals. Rotifer. Nematode. Tardigrade. Springtail. Mite. Belgica antarctica – the Antarctic Midge. Truly weird habitats. Lake Vostok. Adelie penguin. Animalia; Chordata; Aves

By mili
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Platyhelminthes

Platyhelminthes

Platyhelminthes. Figure 33.10 Anatomy of a planarian. Characteristics of platyhelminthes. Simplest animals that are bilaterally symmetrical – flat body with head (senses) and hooks or suckers triploblastic (composed of three fundamental cell layers) Ectoderm Endoderm Mesoderm - muscles

By nero
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Narratives of Exclusion and the Construction of the Self A companion to Chapter 3 by Guadalupe López-Bonilla

Narratives of Exclusion and the Construction of the Self A companion to Chapter 3 by Guadalupe López-Bonilla

Narratives of Exclusion and the Construction of the Self A companion to Chapter 3 by Guadalupe López-Bonilla. Aim of Presentation. To focus on the nature of narratives as important sense-making cultural artifacts (Gee, 2005).

By marnin
(164 views)

Community ecology

Community ecology

Community ecology. Outline: Community structure: attributes Factors influencing the structure of communities Community dynamics Chapter 16-18. Community attributes. # of species Relative abundance of species Nature of species interactions (food webs) Physical structure .

By gyala
(699 views)

Population ecology

Population ecology

Population ecology. Does population growth continue without limits?. Number of resources usually prevent populations from growing exponentially . Population growth. Carrying capacity (K) = maximum number of individual that an environment can support. When population reaches carrying capacity.

By fremont
(557 views)

Life History and Reproduction

Life History and Reproduction

Life History and Reproduction. Reproductive trends in large mammals. Exceptions to Body Size/Reproduction Trends. 1) Microchiroptera. Exceptions to Body Size/Reproduction Trends. 2) Macroscelidids. Rhynchocyon chrysopygus Golden- rumped Elephant-shrew.

By dexter
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Map: Courtesy of Bonneville Power Administration

Map: Courtesy of Bonneville Power Administration

Map: Courtesy of Bonneville Power Administration. Drainage Area: 660,480 km 2 Estuary Area: 412 km 2. Habitat Changes in the Columbia River estuary. Total area loss = 24%. 50,000. - 65 %. + 10 %. 1870. 1980. 40,000. - 7 %. - 25 %. 30,000. Acres. 20,000. + 293 %. 10,000. 0.

By noelani
(125 views)

Collembola

Collembola

Collembola . Introduction.

By dewayne
(1016 views)

Bio 161 Ecology and Evolution

Bio 161 Ecology and Evolution

Bio 161 Ecology and Evolution. Population Ecology (2): Life history strategies: Maximize reproductive value. Population Biology:. Life history of the individual:. Birth Energy gathering (feeding) Growth Dispersal Reproduction Rest / reorganization Death.

By malaya
(146 views)

Ecomorphology

Ecomorphology

Ecomorphology. Relationships between morphology and life history. Ecomorphology. Studying morphology and how it relates to ecology. Ecomorphology. Swimming ability & habitat Trophic ecomorphology Anti-predation anatomy. Swimming ability. Body shape

By erimentha
(19 views)

Life History Traits and Genome Structure

Life History Traits and Genome Structure

Life History Traits and Genome Structure . Aerobiosis and G+C Content in Bacteria. J.R. Lobry Université Claude Bernard - Lyon I CNRS UMR 5558 & INRIA Helix FRANCE. Aerobic versus Anaerobic. You need the presence of O 2 to live, you are aerobic (obligate)

By Samuel
(172 views)

Social Insects

Social Insects

Social Insects. Psychology 3107. Introduction. Many Insects live in hives, nests or what have you Definite roles for different castes, usually only one female that lays eggs Other females are ‘sterile’. An Example. The life history of the Bumblebee

By quintin
(151 views)

Week 16 stems

Week 16 stems

Week 16 stems. By: A”man”uel Zelalem. Morph: Shape. Meta morph osis: (noun) A change from one state to another in the life history of an organism. Morph ing: (noun) The smooth transformation from one image to another by a computer. Vest: Clothes.

By jaser
(78 views)

Relational Places: The Surfed Wave as Assemblage and Convergence

Relational Places: The Surfed Wave as Assemblage and Convergence

Relational Places: The Surfed Wave as Assemblage and Convergence. Dr Jon Anderson, Cardiff University andersonj@cf.ac.uk. Changing Places.

By abra
(102 views)

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