|Primary or BEN resource type|
|Secondary resource type|
|General Biology Core Concepts|
|Discipline Specific Core Concepts|
|Life science discipline (subject)|
|Keywords||Geospatial/mapping skills, R/command-line skills, data manipulation and plotting of large spatial datasets, introductory distribution modeling, searching public databases|
|Intended End User Role|
|Pedagogical Use Description||Students use R to search, download, and plot the
distribution of painted turtles from the Global
Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF), then implement the BioClim modeling algorithm to build an
occurrence-based species distribution model for painted turtles using the BioClim variables.
|Primary Author Controlled Name|
|Primary Author Affiliation||Department of Ecology, Evolution & Organismal Biology, Iowa State University|
|Primary Author email||(firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Rights||TIEE, Volume 13 © 2017 - Anna L. Carter and the Ecological Society of America - Copyright Statement
Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology (TIEE) is a project of the Committee on Diversity and Education of the Ecological Society of America.
This page was originally published on 1 November 2017 and was last revised 1 November 2017.
|Date Of Record Submission||2017-11-27|
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