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The  EoE  Ecology Collection Need Ecology is a dynamic field of fundamental importance to human society’s interaction with...
The  EoE  Ecology Collection Need Why EoE? Dynamic—like ecology Quality controlled  (unlike Wikipedia) Transparent  (autho...
The  EoE  Ecology Collection Rationale    Resource for students, teachers, and the general public     Articles can be us...
   Introduction    The physical environment    Individual organisms    Populations    Population: definition    Comm...
The  EoE  Ecology Collection An example article Definition Figure Hyperlinks Author ( transparent! )
 
The  EoE  Ecology Collection One possible model—an online text
The  EoE  Ecology Collection What can the EoE do for  you? What do you need? How might the EoE help your efforts? What wou...
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Duffy EoE Workshop Talk (Esa 2008)

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Duffy EoE Workshop Talk (Esa 2008)

  1. 2. The EoE Ecology Collection Need Ecology is a dynamic field of fundamental importance to human society’s interaction with the natural world. Understanding foundations of ecology is critical to an informed citizenry at all levels. Plague of locusts, Mexico 2006
  2. 3. The EoE Ecology Collection Need Why EoE? Dynamic—like ecology Quality controlled (unlike Wikipedia) Transparent (authorship is attributed) Interactive (links to media, lesson plans, etc.) [Note: this still needs some work]
  3. 4. The EoE Ecology Collection Rationale  Resource for students, teachers, and the general public  Articles can be used individually or in combination as basis of a course
  4. 5.  Introduction  The physical environment  Individual organisms  Populations  Population: definition  Communities  Ecosystems  Landscapes  The global ecosystem  Anthropogenic biomes The EoE Ecology Collection Structure Outline  Ecology (definition)  The physical environment  Individual organisms  Populations  Population: definition  Communities  Ecosystems  Landscapes  The global ecosystem  Anthropogenic biomes Sample articles
  5. 6. The EoE Ecology Collection An example article Definition Figure Hyperlinks Author ( transparent! )
  6. 8. The EoE Ecology Collection One possible model—an online text
  7. 9. The EoE Ecology Collection What can the EoE do for you? What do you need? How might the EoE help your efforts? What would convince you to help this effort? [Note: this still needs some work]
  8. 10. The EoE Ecology Collection Lets give it a try! [Note: here is where we will transition to the web interface and go through the process of actually constructing and publishing an EoE article in real time]

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