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RESOURCE USERS: All items presented on the site are peer-reviewed and accepted for educational use by the Botanical Society of America and/or one of the peer Society partners.

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Welcome to the Botanical Society of America's new resource portal! This project is run in conjunction with the Ecological Society of America, the Society for Economic Botany, and the Society for the Study of Evolution and is in part supported by the National Science Foundation.

This site is a tool designed to allow members to share resources online—images, syllabi, labs, lectures, data sets, software, etc. If you have a resource that helps the Society promote its mission, we're here to assist you in sharing it.

 
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View Resource Fish schooling simulation to teach tradeoffs in animal behavior

Tradeoffs between fitness costs and benefits are an overarching theme in behavioral ecology. This theme of tradeoffs is particularly evident in the study of antipredator behavior. Although class...

View Resource Processes that Regulate Patterns of Species and Genetic Diversity

During a single lab period, students simulate colonization and drift in artificial communities to understand how these processes affect distributions of biodiversity in small versus large communities...

View Resource How many species are there? Determining species richness

One of the simplest questions an ecologist can ask about a site is how many species live there. The answer is important for basic researchers and managers alike, but can be deceptively hard to...

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View Resource Patterns and process in Landscape Ecology: Physical template, biotic interactions, and disturbance regime

Ecological processes and patterns interact at various scales across landscapes. Spatially explicit consideration of pattern and process can better inform ecological questions. This Figure Set...

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View Resource How do pawpaws affect tree regeneration?

In this study, students investigate whether and how much the native understory shrub pawpaw (Asimina triloba) may affect tree regeneration in a forested habitat. During one lab period in the field,...

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