Resource list


Time Series: Uncovering the Hidden Processes in Science

One 45-60 minute period
Simmons Beth; Palmer LTER

Pod Investigation

2-3 50 min periods
Central Arizona Phoenix LTER

Analyzing the Data: It's time to tell the story about Buds, Leaves and Global Warming

2 45 minute class periods
LeTellier Lise - Harvard Forest Schoolyard LTER

Students explore how the timing of color change and leaf drop of deciduous trees in New England is changing.  Students learn to collect data on important long-term ecological issues and processes. Student data is shared on the Harvard Forest LTER website. Students can access their data to graph and analyze, as well as access other school’s data.

Where in the Bay? Investigate how salinity impacts the distribution of estuarine fish in the Chesapeake Bay, Maryland

1 45-60 min class period
Pat Harcourt and Liz Duff - Mass Audubon

The Web of Inquiry

4, 50- minute class periods at least
Bonney D Johnson JC Hupton G; Central Arizona Phoenix LTER

Historical Aerial Photographs: Looking at Change over Tiime

1, 50 minute class period
Central Arizona Phoenix LTER

Now you Sea Ice Now you Don't: Investigating Penguin Communities Shifting on the Western Antarctic Peninsula

3.5 hours or 5, 45-minutes class periods
Palmer Station, Antarctica (PAL) Beth E. Simmons

Forest Tea Party

One, 50-min class period
HJ Andrews Experimental Forest LTER

Plant Diversity

1 class period
Ecology Explorers Education team; CAP LTER

Striper Prey and Salinity

2 hours
Liz Duff; Mass Audubon