» Biology - Marine Biology
  • MarineBio.org - Marine Biology, Ocean Life Conservation, Sea creatures, Biodiversity, Oceans research
  • ScienceDaily - Marine Biology News - Marine Biology News. Read scientific research on marine animals and their aquatic habitats
  • National Marine Mammal Laboratory - The National Marine Mammal Laboratory conducts research on marine mammals, with particular attention to issues relating to marine mammals off the coast of Oregon, Washington and Alaska
  • Marine Biology - Information on marine animal species, aquatic communities, marine biology careers and more
  • World Aquaculture - Aquaculture is the agriculture of the oceans and provides a more balanced view of the marine ecosystem and the seafood industry. This site focuses on both the cultivation of seafood and the harvesting of seafood from the wild
  • Introduction to Trilobites - Trilobites are hard-shelled, segmented creatures that existed over 300 million years ago in the Earth's ancient seas
  • SeaWiFs Project - The purpose of the Sea-viewing Wide Field-of-view Sensor (SeaWiFS) Project is to provide quantitative data on global ocean bio-optical properties to the Earth science community. Subtle changes in ocean color signify various types and quantities of marine phytoplankton (microscopic marine plants), the knowledge of which has both scientific and practical applications. The SeaWiFS Project will develop and operate a research data system that will process, calibrate, validate, archive and distribute data received from an Earth-orbiting ocean color sensor. A detailed description of the objectives, organization and operations as well as the current status of the SeaWiFS Project is available
  • SeaWeb - SeaWeb is a project designed to raise awareness of the world ocean and the life within it
  • Voyage to the Deep - On January 12, a team of marine scientist at the University of Delaware will depart on their first deep-sea expedition of the millennium: Extreme 2000
  • Ocean Mammal Institute - Dedicated to researching the relationship between ocean mammals and humans. Research Internships let you learn and work with us!
  • Evergreen Project Adventures - Resources and research projects for teachers and students to learn about Biomes, Freshwater and Marine Ecosystems, and more
  • National Marine Sanctuaries - Important information about our nation's marine sanctuaries -- how they were established, how they're managed, their scientific and educational programs, and the many exciting events that occur in them throughout the year
  • Living Fossils of the Deep - Living Fossils of the Deep, An Expedition to the Bahamian Seafloor, Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History
  • Fishbase - The purpose of this page is to give you background information on FishBase, a global information system with all you ever wanted to know about fishes. FishBase is a relational database with information to cater to different professionals such as research scientists, fisheries managers, zoologists and many more. FishBase on the web contains practically all fish species known to science
  • Dolphin Cove - Dolphin Cove is "set on a five-acre natural lagoon and offers a wide range of marine learning programs designed for the education and enjoyment of those interested in the marine environmental systems which are so important to our future
  • The Secret World of Sharks and Rays - Go with PBS deep into the ocean's surface to learn all about sharks and rays. Find out about the most vicious of shark species and see the new sport of shark diving. As always, this PBS site provides some wonderful resources on the subject
  • Oceanography - An educational resource for students and teachers, spotlighting the exciting field of Oceanography
  • Seashells.org - Seashells guide devoted to the answering your questions you might have about seashells, beachcombing, cleaning seashells, sea life, starfish, and more
  • Shark Research Committee - Founded in 1962 as a tax-exempt non-profit scientific research organization, the Shark Research Committee's primary goal was to assist Leonard P. Schultz of the International Shark Attack File (ISAF) in documenting shark attacks from the Pacific Coast of North America. This initial objective was soon broadened to include conducting original research on the general biology, behavior and ecology of sharks indigenous to waters off the Pacific Coast, with particular emphasis on potentially dangerous species
  • Aquatic Network - The Aquatic Network is an information service for the aquatic world. Subject areas covered include aquaculture, conservation, education, fisheries, limnology, oceanography, ocean engineering, maritime heritage, and seafood. The Aquatic Network includes databases, news, articles, employment and business opportunities, publications, images, sounds, videos, products and services, and an online store
  • Freshwater and Marine Image Bank - The Freshwater and Marine Image Bank is an ongoing digital collection of images related to freshwater and marine topics, in all their diversity. It includes images of fish, shellfish, and marine mammals, pictures of fish hatcheries and dams and vessels, materials related to polar exploration, regional and traditional fisheries, and limnological (freshwater) subjects
  • Ocean Biogeographic Information System - OBIS is an on-line, open-access, globally-distributed network of systematic, ecological, and environmental information systems. Collectively, these systems operate as a dynamic, global digital atlas to communicate biological information about the ocean
  • UN Atlas of the Oceans - The Atlas is an information system designed for use by policy makers who need to become familiar with ocean issues and by scientists, students and resource managers who need access to underlying data bases and approaches to sustainability

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