Evelyn Strombom

Evelyn Strombom
University of Minnesota Twin Cities | UMN · Department of Ecology, Evolution and Behaviour

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Global commons problems and arctic marine fisheries

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Publications (12)
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Numerical models of ecological systems are increasingly used to address complex environmental and resource management questions. One challenge for scientists, managers, and stakeholders is to appraise how well suited these models are to answer questions of scientific or societal relevance, that is, to perform, communicate, or access transparent eva...
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Significance Understanding and tracking nature’s contributions to people provides critical feedback that can improve our ability to manage earth systems effectively, equitably, and sustainably. Declines in biodiversity and ecosystem functions over the past 50 y have decreased the ability of nature to contribute to quality of life. Changes in techno...
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The second Nansen Legacy workshop on best practices for ecological model evaluation, chaired by Benjamin Planque (IMR) was held at the University of Oslo on the 23-25th September 2019. The objective of the workshop was to develop a protocol for describing the evaluation of ecological models.
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Industrial symbiosis involves creating integrated cycles of by-products and waste between networks of industrial actors in order to maximize economic value, while at the same time minimizing environmental strain. In such a network, the global environmental strain is no longer equal to the sum of the environmental strain of the individual actors, bu...
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Industrial symbiosis involves creating integrated cycles of by-products and waste between networks of industrial actors in order to maximize economic value, while at the same time minimizing environmental strain. In such a network, the global environmental strain is no longer equal to the sum of the environmental strain of the individual actors, bu...
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Human activity has been shown to influence how animals assess the risk of predation, but we know little about the spatial scale of such impacts. We quantified how vigilance and flight behavior in mule deer Odocoileus hemionus varied with distance from an area of concentrated human activity-a subalpine field station. An observer walked trails at var...
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Background/Question/Methods The nature and extent of land-use and land-cover change (LULCC) in New England is influenced by large-scale economic, social, and policy conditions which are difficult to predict but that can be bracketed by scenarios describing a range of plausible future land-use conditions. Through engagement of key decision makers f...
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Background/Question/Methods Behavioral ecologists quantify anti-predator behavior via measurement of flight initiation distance (FID), the distance at which an animal moves away from an approaching threat. Current theory uses cost-benefit analysis to evaluate the many factors that influence escape behavior; however, the factors determining the ec...
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In 1855, Lord Kelvin's brother, James Thomson, wrote a paper describing ``certain curious motions'' on liquid surfaces. In the present paper, we describe several curious motions produced in the simplest possible manner: by introducing a droplet of food coloring into a shallow dish of water. These motions include the spontaneous formation of labyrin...
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We study Marangoni patterns that emerge when common food dye is dropped into a dish of shallow water. These patterns consist of tendrils and spots that sharpen over time before eventually fading. We demonstrate that the patterns can be modeled using coupled reaction-diffusion equations, where the "reaction" terms appear due to a nonlinear dependenc...

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