Conservation Biology with RAMAS EcoLab - Single User

Available as download only. This text is in PDF format and the accompanying RAMAS software is designed for Windows-based computers. If you don't have Windows or prefer to access from Mac, Linux, or a different device, please see Conservation Biology with RAMAS EcoLab Online.

This text contains 14 labs that are designed as a teaching tool for introductory undergraduate or high school environmental or ecological laboratory courses. The text also has background information and exercises and suggestions for additional work. An instructor's supplement (available to adopters) includes suggestions for teaching the material, additional reference material, and answers to the questions and exercises.

Students are introduced to a number of important topics that are relevant to environmental studies: biodiversity; population growth; population parameters (demography); density dependence; extinction; conservation of threatened and endangered species; sustainable harvesting; management of wildlife; reintroduction of endangered species; island biogeography; metapopulation biology; human population growth and consumption; and conservation decision-making.

This product is licensed for use on a single computer, for a period of 6 months. Installation requires an internet connection for product activation.

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Teachers adopting this book with software for a class may receive a full refund of the purchase price. Please, call us at 631-735-4350 or fax 631-751-3435 with information on your course adoption and we will send you a complete refund and the instructor's package.

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