Ecology Experiments

Ecology Experiments

Book - 2010
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Ecology is the study of the relationships between organisms and their living and nonliving environments. This field of science can be divided broadly into two areas: the relationship between an organism and its nonliving environment and the relationship between an organism and other organisms.

Ecology Experiments provides students and teachers with the tools they need to explore various ecological issues. The 20 new, hands-on experiments in this book allow students to learn more about this timely scientific field. Filled with vibrant full-color illustrations, as well as an index, glossary, and print and Web resources, this accessible new resource is essential in science classrooms where ecology is part of the lesson plan.

Publisher: New York : Facts On File, 2010
ISBN: 9780816081691
Branch Call Number: j577.0724 WAL NVD
Characteristics: 162 p
Additional Contributors: Wood, Elaine 1950-

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