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Macrosystems EDDIE Publications & Presentations

Publications

Farrell, K.J., and C.C. Carey. Power, pitfalls, and potential for integrating computational literacy into undergraduate ecology courses. Ecology and Evolution 8:7744-7751. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.4363

Presentations

Invited Presentations (presenter in bold)

  • Farrell, K.J., & C.C. Carey. Integrating simulation modeling into ecology curricula through hands-on teaching modules increases undergraduate students' understanding of macrosystems ecology. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA, August 2018.
  • Carey, C.C. Plenary address for Yentsch-Schindler Award, Association for the Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Victoria, British Columbia, June 2018
  • Farrell, K.J., & C.C. Carey. Macrosystems EDDIE: Developing the first macrosystems ecology curriculum for undergraduates using modeling, sensor data, and R. National Science Foundation Macrosystems Biology Principal Investigator Meeting. Arlington, VA, January 2018.

Contributed Presentations (presenter in bold)

  • Farrell, K.J., C.C. Carey, A.I. Krinos*, N.K. Ward, P.C. Hanson, R.J. Figueiredo, V. Daneshmand, & K. Subratie. GRAPLEr platform accelerates whole-ecosystem simulation modeling to increase understanding of climate change impacts on lake nutrient cycling. Poster presentation, Pacific Rim Applications and Grid Middleware Assembly 34 Meeting. Akihabara, Tokyo, Japan, May 2018.
  • Farrell, K.J. Macrosystems EDDIE: a 90-second lightning introduction. Odum School of Ecology 50/10 Reunion. Athens, GA, January 2018.
  • Farrell, K.J., & C.C. Carey. Macrosystems EDDIE: Introducing undergraduate students to macrosystems ecology and simulation modeling through hands-on teaching modules. National Science Foundation Macrosystems Biology Principal Investigator Meeting. Arlington, VA, January 2018. (poster)
  • Farrell, K.J., & C.C. Carey. Macrosystems EDDIE: Introducing undergraduate students to macrosystems ecology and simulation modeling through hands-on teaching modules. GLEON 19 Meeting. Mohonk, NY, November 2017. (poster)
  • Carey, C.C., R. Gougis, J.L. Klug, & D.C. Richardson. Integrating high-frequency data and distributed computing into undergraduate and graduate student classrooms builds quantitative literacy and modeling skills. Ecological Society of America Meeting. Portland, OR, August 2017.

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