Since we have several APES folks involved in senior exit projects in environmental science areas, I thought I would feature their reflections. Kyle’s experiences with the wind power industry: http://pdsblogs.org/kylesb/ Syd’s experiences with the solar power industry: http://pdsblogs.org/sydsb/ Jessica’s experiences with a behavioral ecologist (birds) at Davidson College: http://pdsblogs.org/jessicasb/ Enjoy!
*This is a guest post by EmilyO in the other class. Not sure everyone was there due to APs and not sure those that were there were very focused, so maybe this will be of use… On Wednesday we reviewed some of the qualities of soil. To do this, we looked at a soil profile, [...]
Too funny (and correct) to not share:
While we did not get to this Friday, we will on Monday. Thought you may want to view before then if you had time: Succession View more presentations from Derrick Willard. *NOTE: I added two new links with stepped diagrams showing good examples and explanations of how primary (after glacier retreats) and secondary (bog to [...]
Population Ecology-it’s all about relationships. These relationships make J-curves and S-curves do some strange things. If you missed class, here is the presentation on species interactions. The first few slides will look familiar as we used them when we discussed niches last week. Below the slides is the (gross? cool?) video on the newts and [...]
Trying something new. I don’t like to use much Power Point, but have seen slideshare used as a way to share presentations. Here is today’s presentation: Keystone and Foundation Species View more documents from Derrick Willard. What do you think of Slideshare? No more needing to mail a Power Point to a professor if you [...]