Here are other products from the SCWIBLES program, including publications and poster presentations on inquiry-based education, videos that accompany modules, and scholarly publications from our Fellows
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|Fellows’ Module Videos|
|Fellows’ Science Publications|
|Bryce CM, Baliga VB, de Nesnera KL, Fiack D, Goetz K, Tarjan LM, Wade C, Yovovich V, Baumgart S, Bard DG, Ash D, Parker IM, and Gilbert GS. 2016. Models in the NGSS Biology Classroom. The American Biology Teacher 78(1). In Press.|
Tarjan, LM, de Nesnera, KL & Hoffman R. 2015. Authentic science investigation in the classroom: Tools for creating original testable questions and graphical hypotheses. Science Scope.
Fellows’ Module Videos
Fellows collaborated with teachers to produce video clips that serve as an introduction for students on topics covered in the various learning modules. Access these videos by clicking on the image below or going directly to the SCWIBLES YouTube channel.
|Fellows’ Science Publications|
Bryce CM, Baliga VB, de Nesnera KL, Fiack D, Goetz K, Tarjan LM, Wade C, Yovovich V, Baumgart S, Bard DG, Ash D, Parker IM, and Gilbert GS. 2016. Models in the NGSS Biology Classroom. The American Biology Teacher 78(1). In Press.
Tarjan, LM, de Nesnera KL & Hoffman R. 2015. Authentic science investigation in the classroom: Tools for creating original testable questions and graphical hypotheses. Science Scope. In Press.
Jenkins, J. 2015. Contested terrain of extractive development in the American west: Using a regional political ecology framework to understand scale, biocentric conservation values, and anthropocentric resource utility. Journal of Political Ecology 22. In Press.
Wilmers, C. C., Nickel, B., Bryce, C.M., Smith, J.A., Wheat, R., V. Yovovich. 2015. The golden age of biologging: how animal-borne sensors are advancing the frontiers of ecology. Ecology 96: 1741–1753. In Press. PDF
Jenkins, J. 2015. Review of “Gambling on Ore: the nature of metal mining in the United States, 1860-1910”, by Kent A. Curtis. Journal of Material Culture 20. In Press.
Baliga VB, and Law, CJ. 2015. Cleaners among wrasses: Phylogenetics and evolutionary patterns of cleaning behavior within Labridae. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. In Press. PDF
Aguilera, Stacy E., Jennifer Cole, Elena M. Finkbeiner, Elodie Le Cornu, Natalie C. Ban, Mark H. Carr, Joshua E. Cinner, Larry B. Crowder, Stefan Gelcich, Christina C. Hicks, John N. Kittinger, Rebecca Martone, Daniel Malone, Carrie Pomeroy, Richard M. Starr, Sanah Seram, Rachel Zuercher, Kenneth Broad. 2015. Managing Small-Scale Commercial Fisheries for Adaptive Capacity: Insights from Dynamic Social-Ecological Drivers of Change in Monterey Bay. PloS one 10(3): 10.1371/journal.pone.0118992 PDF
Jenkins, J., Boone, K., Bosworth, K., Lehman, J., and T. Loder. 2015. Boom and bust methodology: Opportunities and challenges with conducting research at sites of resource extraction. The Extractive Industries and Society. In Press PDF
Loik ME, Griffith AB, Alpert H, Concilio AL, Wade CE, Martinson SJ. 2015. Impact of intra- inter-annual snow depth variation on water relations and photosynthesis for two Great Basin Desert shrubs. Oecologia. 178(2): 403-414. Link to abstract
Paola Bouley, Alicia Calle, Sharifa G. Crandall, Robert B. Davenport, Karen D. Holl, Jeffrey S. Jenkins, Josephine C. Lesage, Elissa M. Olimpi, Chad L. Oliver, Sarah A. Skikne and Brownen Stanford (CenTREAD Working Group, University of California, Santa Cruz). 2015. Review of “Large-scale Forest Restoration” by David Lamb. Restoration Ecology. 23(4): 501-502. Link to abstract
Wang, Yiwei, Barry Nickel, Matthew Rutishauser, Caleb M. Bryce, Terrie M. Williams, Gabriel Elkaim, and Christopher C. Wilmers. 2015. Movement, resting, and attack behaviors of wild pumas are revealed by tri-axial accelerometer measurements. Movement ecology 3(1): 10.1186/s40462-015-0030-0 . Link to abstract
Baliga VB, and Mehta RS. 2015. Linking Cranial Morphology to Prey Capture Kinematics in Three Cleaner Wrasses: Labroides dimidiatus, Larabicus quadrilineatus, and Thalassoma lutescens. Journal of Morphology. 276(11): 1377–1391. Link to abstract
Fiack, Duran and Sheldon Kamieniecki. 2015. Stakeholder engagement in climate change policymaking in American cities. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences: 1-14. Link to abstract
D. Fiack with Kamieniecki, S., Cahn, M., D. McCain-Tharnstrom. 2015. The Bureaucracy and Politics of Energy and Environmental Policy in the Western States in Smith, Z., and J. Freemuth (Eds). Environmental politics and policy in the West. University Press of Colorado.
Elissa Olimpi and co-authors. 2015. Bats in the anthropogenic matrix: Challenges and opportunities for the conservation of Chiroptera and their ecosystem services in agricultural landscapes in Voigt, C. and T. Kingston (Eds) Bats in the Anthropocene: Conservation of bats in a changing world. Link to abstract
Bastiaans, Elizabeth, Mary Jane Bastiaans, Gen Morinaga, José Gamaliel Castañeda Gaytán, Jonathon C. Marshall, Brendan Bane, Fausto Méndez de la Cruz, and Barry Sinervo. 2014. Female preference for sympatric vs. allopatric male throat color morphs in the mesquite lizard (Sceloporus grammicus) species complex.” PloS one 9(4). PDF
Baliga VB, and Mehta RS. 2014. Scaling patterns inform ontogenetic transitions away from cleaning in Thalassoma wrasses. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 217: 3597-3606. Link to abstract
Williams, Terrie M., Lisa Wolfe, Tracy Davis, Traci Kendall, Beau Richter, Yiwei Wang, Caleb Bryce, Gabriel Hugh Elkaim, and Christopher C. Wilmers. 2014. Instantaneous energetics of puma kills reveal advantage of felid sneak attacks. Science 346(6205): 81-85. Link to abstract
Sinervo, B., F. Méndez-de-la-Cruz, D.B. Miles, B. Heulin, E. Bastiaans, M. Villagrán-Santa Cruz, R. Lara-Resendiz, N. Martínez-Méndez, M.L. Calderón-Espinosa, R.N. Meza-Lázaro, H. Gadsden, L.J. Avila, M. Morando, I.J. De la Riva, P. Victoriano Sepulveda, C.F. Duarte Rocha, N. Ibargüengoytía, C. Aguilar Puntriano, M. Massot, V. Lepetz, T.A. Oksanen, D.G. Chapple, A.M. Bauer, W.R. Branch, J. Clobert, and J.W. Sites, Jr. 2010. Erosion of Lizard Diversity by Climate Change and Altered Thermal Niches. Science 328(5980): 894-899. Link to abstract