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Higher Education with Neotoma Database

The activities below provide curricular materials, mostly intended for high school and college students, that use Neotoma Explorer and the underlying Neotoma Database.  Many of these were developed in partnership with the Science Education Resource Center at Carleton College. If you would like to share your experience with Neotoma Database or your own curricular materials, please contact us.

Neotoma Activities for Higher Education

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Relating Late-Quaternary Plant and Animal Distriutions to Past and Future Climate April 26, 2017
Advanced exploration of the ecological consequences of trophic downgrading in grass prairies April 26, 2017
What are the ecological consequences of trophic downgrading in mixed/short grass prairies? April 26, 2017
Beetles, Mammals, and Plants: Is Climate Driving Range Shifts Since the Last Glacial Maximum April 26, 2017
Species distributions in response to environmental gradients in the Upper Midwest of the US April 26, 2017
Climate Change and Mammal Dispersal October 26, 2015
Lab Exercise: Exploring the Neotoma Paleoecology Database October 26, 2015
Vegetation Response to Climate Change October 24, 2012