Moving the cursor to a point on the map, you can see a list of species of birds caught on the observed area.
Look at the data in all these points, and name five bird species occurring more often. Tell me, what kind of birds are found mostly on the territory covered by the card.
Find the five species of birds encountered less often. Reading profiles of this and other studies of the December freeze frame, determine whether there is something in common in localities where these birds were met.
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Check out the diagram and try to make her the right conclusions.
Whether from the diagram that the industrial zones very few birds, and among the apartment houses birds much more than buildings of trade-office appointment?
Perhaps of more residential houses feeders than in industrial zones?
And maybe, the results were so because near industrial zones was conducted less research than near residential neighborhoods?
Themselves come up with ways of how to treat the same data, published in the questionnaires of this research to find out whether it was true in the industrial zones of birds less than in residential neighborhoods. Maybe some numbers should be multiplied or divided by any other?
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Look at the location of the points on the graph. Do you think you can say we have a dependence of the number of birds encountered attendance area people? Graph would look like if people with increasing attendance increased number of birds? And if attendance with increasing number of birds decreased?
Pay attention to two points, standing alone. Why are there so many birds and so many people? Check out the research questionnaires in these places or even write questions that researchers in discussion to ascertain the reasons for this situation.
Discuss the results in the comments to this article.