Category: Ecology

Ecological Succession: Change is Good – Crash Course Ecology #6

In the world of ecology, the only constant is change – but change can be good. Today Hank explains ecological succession and how ecological communities change over time to become beautiful, biodiverse mosaics. Like Crash Course on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Follow Crash Course on Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Table of Contents 1. Primary Succession 1:56:1 2. Secondary Succession

Ecology is…

https://www.facebook.com/lukfilms http://www.lukfilms.pl What are our forests really made of? From the air, ecologist Greg Asner uses a spectrometer and high-powered lasers to map nature in meticulous kaleidoscopic 3D detail — what he calls “a very high-tech accounting system” of carbon. In this fascinating talk, Asner gives a clear message: To save our ecosystems, we need

Population Ecology

Logistic Growth Video – https://youtu.be/rXlyYFXyfIM 012 – Population Ecology In this video Paul Andersen explains how population ecology studies the density, distribution, size, sex ration, and age structure of populations. Intrinsic growth rate and exponential growth calculations are included along with a discussion of logistic growth. K-selected and r-selected species are explained along with survivorship

Ecology

http://www.pbs.org/art21/ – How is our understanding of the natural world deeply cultural? From Season Four, copyright 2007, Art21, Inc. Video Rating: / 5 007 – Ecosystem Ecology In this video Paul Andersen explains how ecosystems function. He begins with a description of how life on the planet is ordered from large to small in biomes,

Ecology

Ecology is the study of how living things interact with each other and their environment. This includes living things (biotic factors) and non-living things (abiotic factors). Watch the next lesson: https://www.khanacademy.org/science/biology/ecology/population-ecology/v/organism-life-history-and-fecundity Ecology on Khan Academy: Why are polar bears found only in the Arctic? Why does mildew grow in your shower and not (hopefully) in