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View Resource Ecosystems

This module contains four units dealing with natural selection (and evolution), population balance, exchange cycles, and environmental protection. Each unit includes coverage of why the topic is important, what is known about the subject, and the evidence that led to our current level of understanding. There is also a short biography of a famous scientist in each field of inquiry, hazards...

View Resource AAAS Atlas of Population and Environment

The AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science) Atlas of Population and Environment is an important analysis of the relationships between human population and the environment. Through text, maps, and diagrams, the atlas illustrates how population affects the world's ecosystems and natural resources both in the short and long term. Using sophisticated mapping and graphic techniques,...

View Resource Limited Population Growth

Created for the Connected Curriculum Project, this module models population as a function of time in a setting where there is a maximum population M that the environment will support. More specifically, to see that we can develop a graphical model from assumptions about the rate of change -- without any knowledge of an algebraic form for the model function. This is one within a much larger set...

View Resource Animal Science Image Gallery

The National Agricultural Library, along with the USDA and the American Society of Animal Science are collaborators on this website of animal science images. The images, animations, and videos, which also have accompanying text, are intended for classroom and educational outreach. Additionally, the site also encourages the public to submit their own images relevant to animal science, and it...

View Resource Population: Basic Statistics

This lesson reinforces the idea that Earth's population, including the population of the United States, is growing at a dramatic rate. It discusses some of the basics of demography, the study of population and its changes, and introduces key terms used to describe a population. The lesson includes an activity in which students use an online reference to look up some population statistics and...

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