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Population Patterns: Endangered Species


Price: $29.95
Order Number: 707.0309
Format : DVD
Estimating populations becomes a vital issue when dealing with endangered species. Understanding the causes of population fluctuation in an endangered species can often increase the scientists' ability to protect them.

A wildlife biologist and a wildlife technician in McClellanville, South Carolina examine many of the population issues and protection efforts surrounding threatened and endangered species.

This lesson challenges students to:
• Understand and demonstrate how small survivorship changes cause large population changes.
• Investigate linear and non-linear relationships through graphing.
• Learn to interpret regression figures (cause and effect vs. correlation).

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Rights granted include: a) life of media audiovisual use, b) public performance, c) campus or building closed circuit and digital/video-on-demand transmission.

Ideal for grades: 6 - 9
Duration: 20 minutes
Closed-Captioned
Producer: South Carolina ETV
Series Code: 707 & 707.0300

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