Poster presented at the 2019 Botanical Society of America conference.
Poster on computational thinking as a method to help address complex problems, create systems, and understand behaviors presented at the 2018 QUBES/BioQUEST Summer Workshop
Module on coevolution developed by AIM-UP. In the module students utilize natural history collections.
Mapping coral bleaching using NOAA data to set the stage for reviewing redox chemistry concepts
Genome Solver's Community Science Project was developed as a way to use the skills taught in the previous lessons. We're asking members of the community to provide instances of potential phage genes embedded in bacterial genomes.
Investigating the footprint of climate change on phenology and ecological interactions in north-central North AmericaGillian Schultz
This is an FMN participant supplement for the TIEE module "Investigating the footprint of climate change on phenology and ecological interactions in north-central North America," authored by Kellen Calinger in 2014.
Based on a conceptual presentation of waveforms and filters
Students utilize real-time nitrate data from the US Geological Survey to statistically evaluate water quality impacts and to identify their causes
Students explore how climate is changing from the recent record
Students explore spatial and temporal patterns of lake mixing using high-frequency temperature data from lakes around the world.
Soils hold more carbon (C) than any other component of the terrestrial biosphere!
Stream discharge is a fundamental measure of water supply in stream systems. Low discharge may cause problems with water supply and fish passage, while high discharge may mean flooding. In this module, students explore real-time stream discharge...
Students explore new modeling and computing tools while learning fundamental concepts about how lake phytoplankton blooms occur through cross-scale interactions.
Students explore new modeling and computing tools while learning fundamental concepts about how climate change will affect lakes
This module introduces students to the research supporting ‘growth mindset,’ the idea that you can increase your brainpower and ability through effort
Based upon the University of Minnesota Bachelor's of Science in Health Science calculus curriculum (part 2), this course introduces linear transformations, ordinary differential equations, basic linear algebra (matrices and systems of equations).
This module introduces an equation to calculate roundness in the context of understanding how myosin contributes to cell shape. It is intended for an introductory biology audience.
Examining biotic and abiotic environmental factors explain the historic, present, and future prevalence and range of avian malaria in Hawaii. The activity also asks how this affects local endangered bird populations.
QUBES has been a critical component of my continued success as an open scholar. This poster details several of these outcomes with my lived experience working with QUBES as an Open scholar as a case study.