About This Website
About This Website

This site was originally designed to host a free online manual for basic statistical analysis of field data. Since then, several new sections have been added to what will soon be a complete manual for undergraduate research in field ecology (expected completion date: August, 2019).

As you’ll see by browsing the menu, there are other sections of this website for those generally interested in ecology, natural history, or environmental science. One section in particular (FP Maps & Guides) will be helpful for students at Franklin Pierce University who want to learn more about campus natural areas and the species living there.

This site also hosts the 2100 Project, an interdisciplinary collaboration focused on celebrating positive change and sharing diverse perspectives for a sustainable future.

Feel free to use any of this content, but, please acknowledge the source. Below on this page you’ll find examples of how to cite sections of this website using APA format.

If you have comments, suggestions, or corrections, please email Rhine Singleton: singler -at- franklinpierce -dot- edu

Now, get off the computer, put down your phone, step outside, and go collect some field data… or… simply enjoy the natural world!





Examples of how to cite content from this website:
Singleton, R. (2018). A Manual for Undergraduate Research in Field Biology. Retrieved October 10, 2018, from http://www.ecologyandevolution.org/
Singleton, R. (2018). FP Maps and Guides. Retrieved October 5, 2018, from http://www.ecologyandevolution.org/mapsguides.php
Singleton, R. (2017). Sonification. Retrieved September 10, 2018, from http://www.ecologyandevolution.org/sonification.html

For an article from the 2100 Project:
Joslin, D. (2018). An Exceptional Tree, and a Symbol of Monteverde, Costa Rica. The 2100 Project. Retrieved October 1, 2018, from http://www.ecologyandevolution.org/2100february2018.html

For a blog post:
Singleton, R. (2018). Thoughts on Conservation Issues. Retrieved October 3, 2018, from http://www.ecologyandevolution.org/conservationthoughts.html

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Rhine Singleton
Professor of Biology & Envi. Science
Franklin Pierce University
singler -at- franklinpierce -dot- edu


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