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Green River College (Auburn Main Campus) is situated upon the traditional (unceded) lands of the Muckleshoot and Duwamish Tribes (Green River/Duwamish Watershed).
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Class Exercise - Jan. 26, 2021
In Breakout Rooms:
- Your group will be assessing the article that matches your room number (the first link = "room 1" and so on).
- As a group, discuss the following questions. Be prepared to share (briefly, 1-2 mins) with the class when we return to the main Zoom session.
- What type of source is this? (Try to be specific, don't just say "article")
- An observational / data-backed field research article?
- A literature review / meta-review / overview of other research?
- A report or agency white paper?
- A news story?
- Who is the audience?
- Is the article peer-reviewed?
- How could it be used to support your class research assignment? (assume the topic matches, just for the purposes of this discussion)
Welcome to your NATRS 461 - Wildlife Ecology research guide.
Geographical distribution of Myotis thysanodes according to Kays & Wilson, 2009.
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