Dinosaurs, diets and ecological niches: Study shows recipe for success

Dinosaurs, diets and ecological niches: Study shows recipe for success

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A new study shows how animal's pupils have evolved to help them survive in their ecological niche as predator or prey.

It's the Eye of the Tiger… and the Gator, the Deer, the Housecat

The shape of animal eyes is influenced by whether it is an ambush hunter or the hunter's prey.

Competition for ecological niches limits evolution of new species | @GrrlScientist

Competition for ecological niches limits evolution of new species

Competition for ecological niches limits evolution of new species | @GrrlScientist

Extremely Beautiful Wildlife Photography by Csaba Tökölyi

Extremely Beautiful Wildlife Photography by Csaba Tökölyi

Majestic by csabatokolyi Portrait of White-tailed eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) shot from a hideout in Hortobagy National Park, Hungary.

Dinosaurs, diets and ecological niches: Study shows recipe for success

Dinosaurs, diets and ecological niches: Study shows recipe for success

Ecological Niche, Recipe For Success, Diets, Recipes For, Dinosaurs, Geology, Weight Loss Diets, Loose Weight, Diet Plans

The White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla[2]) — also called the Sea Eagle, Erne (sometimes Ern), and White-tailed Sea-eagle — is a large bird of prey in the family Accipitridae which includes other raptors such as hawks, kites, and harriers. It is considered a close cousin of the Bald Eagle and occupies the same ecological niche, but in Eurasia.

White Tailed Sea Eagle Set Free (Steve Wilson - over 2 million views thank you) Tags: sea bird photoshop nikon eagle raptor prey predator avian birdofprey seaeagle whitetailedseaeagle vigilantphotographersunite

Heidi K. Swanson, Martin Lysy, Michael Power, Ashley D. Stasko, Jim D. Johnson, and James D. Reist In press. A new probabilistic method for quantifying n-dimensional ecological niches and niche overlap. Ecology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-0235.1

Revisiting the hypothesis that fungal‐to‐bacterial dominance characterizes turnover of soil organic matter and nutrients

Evolving the Anthropocene: linking multi-level selection with long-term social–ecological change @erleellis + doi.org/10.1007/s1162 Figure Major societal regime shifts in sociocultural niche construction

Evolving the Anthropocene: linking multi-level selection with long-term social–ecological change @erleellis + doi.org/10.1007/s1162 Figure Major societal regime shifts in sociocultural niche construction

Competition for ecological niches limits the formation of new species

A recently published study finds that competition for ecological niches limits the evolution of new species. Further, this study finds that speciation rate slows or even stops as available ecological…

A quick multiple choice ecology quiz covering: biotic vs. abiotic, organism, populations, communities, ecosystem, population density, limiting factor and carrying capacity, reading population graphs, adaptations, niche, energy pyramids and food webs, symbiotic relationships, types of consumers

A quick multiple choice ecology quiz covering: biotic vs. abiotic, organism, populations, communities, ecosystem, population density, limiting factor and carrying capacity, reading population graphs, adaptations, niche, energy pyramids and food webs, symbiotic relationships, types of consumers

Biodiversity Data Cleaning and Data Publishing Training

Kenya is not just villages and huts, there's cities as well. here is Nairobi Skyline at Dusk.

INTRODUCTION TO ECOSYSTEMS JEOPARDY (Editable):   Topics: biology, ecology, ecosystems, biotic vs. abiotic components, terrestrial vs. aquatic ecosystems, marine ecosystems, artificial vs. natural ecosystems, biodiversity, ecological hotspots, habitat, habitat destruction, Amazon rainforest destruction, ecological niche, groupings of life, community, biome, biosphere, species, hybrid, environmental stewardship, Easter Island

Ecosystems - Jeopardy PowerPoint Game {Editable}

This could be a fun culminating activity. The questions would need to be on grade level though.

This worksheet has 32 Living Environment Regents questions about competition between species and the ecological niche of organisms. Questions are both multiple choice and short answer. This makes a great homework sheet, quiz, or in-class review. An editable Word document and answer

Worksheet - Competition & Ecological Niche *EDITABLE

This worksheet has 32 Living Environment Regents questions about competition between species and the ecological niche of organisms. Questions are both multiple choice and short answer. This makes a great homework sheet, quiz, or in-class review. An editable Word document and answer

https://flic.kr/p/TtNNFN | Competitive Exclusion | It is well known that different warblers can inhabit the same ecological niche, and sometimes the same tree.  Spend some time in the forest this time of year and even if you never leave one locale, you are likely to encounter more than one species of warbler.  This, however, would seem to be an exception to what is known as the “ecological rule of exclusion.” In essence, any two species which inhabit the same ecological niche should not be…

https://flic.kr/p/TtNNFN | Competitive Exclusion | It is well known that different warblers can inhabit the same ecological niche, and sometimes the same tree. Spend some time in the forest this time of year and even if you never leave one locale, you are likely to encounter more than one species of warbler. This, however, would seem to be an exception to what is known as the “ecological rule of exclusion.” In essence, any two species which inhabit the same ecological niche should not be…

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