|Global Energy Market Place||GEM, the Global Energy Marketplace. This powerful, on-line, searchable database of more than 2500 energy efficiency and renewable energy annotated Web links.|
|Brookhaven National Laboratory||Department of Energy research laboratory is dedicated to basic and applied
investigation in several scientific disciplines. Contains an educational section geared
for all ages, calendar of events, bulletin board, weekly newspaper, and departmental
|Centro Argentino de Ingenieros||Centro Argentino de Ingenieros- Buenos Aires Argentina|
|A.S.C.E. - American Society of Civil Engineering|
|A.S.M.E .- American Society of Mechanical Engineering|
Provides information on membership, upcoming conferences, links to student chapters,
and links to other WWW resources.
Resource page for bioenergy, bioconversion, and bioprocess technology. Contains an
archive of related papers, information on liquid fuels from feedstocks and enzymatic
methods. Personnel offer to assist in bioprocess development.
Department of Energy research laboratory is dedicated to basic and applied
investigation in several scientific disciplines. Contains an educational section geared
for all ages, calendar of events, bulletin board, weekly newspaper, and departmental
Features information about the Nucleon Clustron Model of the atomic nucleus. Also
contains company information and an atomic and nuclear periodic table of elements and
Contains features and articles related to alternative energy. Also includes links to
other related sites and a searchable database.
Daily newspaper devoted to the oil and gas industry. Contains images, news summaries,
and links to other news sources.
Features software for sale funded by the Department of Energy or The Nuclear Regulatory
Commission. Contains a searchable database, title information, ordering specifications,
and other general information about the center.
Magazine designed to assist home or business owners in lowering electric costs through
solar, hydroelectric or wind energy. Contains articles and stories, subscription
information, and links to other alternative energy-related sites.
Set up in an educational format by The Franklin Institute Science Museum, this site
contains discussions and articles relating to wind energy, information on building
windmills, and different ideas and exhibits.
Academy for the Advancement of Science and Technology Web site. Features information
about, pictures, and the general process for their project to design an energy efficient
Contains a complete listing of electrical engineering academic programs, organized by
Provides information on the group's mission, the upcoming world conference, and its
programs. Also offers membership information.
Offers a collection of links to information about chemical engineering resources
outside the United States. Also offers a collection of links to chemical engineering sites
all over the world. Provides information on upcoming conferences and includes many search
Provides information regarding mechanical engineering manufacturing issues, such as the
theory of constraints, the thinking processes, and other Goldratt techniques.
Provides information on microengineering. Offers a small collection of tutorials and
documents. Focuses on micromachining and the fabrication of structures the size of
Focuses on basic and applied research for surface processing of materials and
components by means of laser and other high-power energy sources.
Provides information about membership in the Institution of Electrical Engineers,
upcoming events, information services (including searchable databases), and a collection
of links to other Internet resources.
Provides information about materials-related resources and publications. Also offers a
list of national or international conferences and seminars on materials engineering.
Develops software for scientists and engineers, primarily for solving equation systems
and fitting experimental data. Offers Mac and IBM software. Also offers MMCalc, a
downloadable Macintosh desktop utility program (free).
Provides information about the organization, links to other chapter home pages, and an
assortment of links to other Web sites. Also includes membership information.
Provides information regarding the American Society of Civil Engineers. Includes
information concerning membership, and offers a calendar and information about other
Provides many links to information about reliability engineering. Also provides
information on RAC products and offers a large collection of learning resources.
Collects, analyzes, and disseminates data and information to improve the reliability,
maintainability, and quality of components and systems. Publishes databooks, standards,
procedural manuals, and a quarterly journal. Provides experts for small and large
consulting efforts, with many funding mechanisms available for government agencies and
contractors. Offers a bibliographic search form and a database of reliability-related
software tools, along with descriptions of products and training courses.
Provides information regarding software engineering. Offers links to other related
information. Includes archives searchable by vendor, category, or name.
Includes the education of scientists and engineers, the science and engineering work
force, research and development expenditures and performance, science and technology
outputs and impacts, and public attitudes on science.
Focuses on computational/experimental research related to modeling problems, primarily
those involving fluids and heat transfer interactions.
Provides information about the Electric Car project and offers a collection of links to
student engineering groups and organizations, along with research-related links.
Describes chemical engineering and offers a collection of links to information about or
for chemical engineers.
Specializes in geotechnical engineering, geoenvironmental services, and construction
monitoring. Provides useful information concerning professional consulting, the
environment, and business practice.
Provides information on biotechnology engineering on the Internet.
Offers collection of links on aerospace engineering.
Provides resources for electric power educators. Focuses on the Asia-Pacific region.
Also provides information about books and software packages.
Centre for Alternative Transportation Fuels. Focuses on forest biotechnology,
environment, advanced transportation systems, ocean engineering, and ergonomics.
Serves as a resource on biological effects of electric and magnetic fields for the
general public and professionals. Contains key documents, resources, and literature for
those interested in possible health effects from power lines, computer monitors, magnetic
resonance imaging equipment, radio communications, cellular telephones, radar, microwave
transmissions, and other sources.
Deals with safety solvents, industrial cleaning, biological products, maintenance
supplies, equipment cleaning, truck wash, sewage treatment, degreasers, disinfectant, food
processing chemicals, food service, drain maintenance, HVAC, heating ventilation and air
conditioning, vehicle maintenance, vehicle cleaning, printing industry, de-icers, and odor
control, among other things, as partners for a cleaner, safer environment.
Provides environmental resources concerning the management of Florida ecosystems and
other tropical and subtropical water dominated freshwater and estuarine ecosystems
Contains free computer animations, 3D visualization, and interpretations of physical
and finite element models of salt tectonics.
Specializes in leading-edge water quality monitoring technology for the water
resources, environmental, and pollution markets. Offers services ranging from the
deployment of single water quality sensors, installation of sophisticated multiparameter
monitors, to project management of major hydrological studies worldwide.
A global network of scientific research institutions that collaborate on projects
relating to science, technology and innovation policy, ecosystem management, gender
science and development, the implications of the human genome project for developing
countries, and the international system of science.
Provides information about current research, technology transfer, and education
regarding America's infrastructure.
Contains many treaties and programs on preserving the environment. Includes information
on topics including the "Convention on Biodiversity," climate change, endangered
species, and toxic chemicals.
Provides information and links to the wonderful world of geography, concentrating on
the fields of remote sensing and geographic information systems. Also provides links to
pages that deal with the topic. Althausen tosses in pages for his favorite professional
teams and musicians as well. Offers links to numerous government agencies.
Allows you to generate a high-quality, detailed map of anywhere in the United States,
using public geographic data.
Identifies places you can use the Tiger Map Server and the 1990 Census Lookup to view.
Lets you search for a place by entering the name and state abbreviation.
Enables you to click on a region and zoom in to see areas in more detail.
Focuses on earth and ocean research.
Provides information about upcoming events of interest to civil engineers, in a
searchable index or obtainable by e-mail.
Provides models of any size, scale, or vertical exaggeration. Serves the National
Forest Service for interpretive centers, fire/watershed analysis, and maintenance.
Presents a catalog of climate-related datasets, with an interface that enables you to
make plots, tables, and files from any dataset, its subsets, or processed versions
Contains data collected by various California coastal data collection programs and
Provides earthquake information. Includes plots, news, regional studies, maps, and
Provides geographic information about a specific location, including county, state,
country, population, area code, latitude, longitude, and elevation.
Conducts research and publishes results of the studies for the general public, as well
as geologic and minerals specialists.
Provides a database of mineral images from New Mexico as well as a geologic map.
Provides information in the areas of evolutionary time, geological time, scales of
measurement, and so forth.
Contains nearly 100 images and short descriptions of gems and minerals.
Strives to address key marine and coastal issues, increase understanding of geological
processes affecting these realms, and ultimately improve predictive capabilities to help
guide the preservation and sustainable development of the nation's marine and coastal
regions. Offers links to information on seismic activity, information on the Monteray bay
area, and sea floor images. Also features a link to a more graphic-intensive version of
the site. Contains many resources.
Offers links to pages about earthquakes, federal emergency management, oceanography,
earth science, geology, and more.
A pre-algebra course for students who have trouble learning math. Provides both a
preview and ordering information.
Provides interactive journey through fractal images. Takes you through most of the
database, which consists of hundreds of images.
Offers a weekly math teaser (which also appears in the journal Matematika) to
entertain and stretch your advanced math knowledge. Also presents an art gallery that
contains chaos images.
Calculus & Mathematica is a calculus-reform project started at the University of
Illinois and Ohio State University. Uses Mathematica, a software package from Wolfram
Research, to teach calculus to high school and college students.
Provides information on the various applications of chaos theory. Includes dimensions,
fractal basin boundaries, chaotic scattering, and controlling chaos. Includes online
papers, a searchable database, and general references. Also offers the Chaos Gallery.
Offers many links to topics relating to chaos theory, such as fractal mathematics.
Recommends books to peruse.
Provides an online catalog for Swedish book publisher, Chartwell-Bratt. Offers English
or Swedish databases you can search by title, author, or subject. Includes books on
mathematics, computer science, and engineering.
Contains information on converting to and from metric and United States measurements.
Performs advanced research and development in math modeling of digital hardware and
software systems. Includes software and technical reports. Also provides education and
consulting services. Offers jumps to university sites that contain information on the
mathematical modeling of digital systems.
Develops large-scale mathematical programming software and services. Provides lists of
products and services and offers linear and mixed-integer programming software.
Provides information about mathematical software and guidebooks available at the Center
for Scientific Computing (CSC, Finland). Also points to application specialists at CSC for
help on specific topics. Provides several kinds of search mechanisms to help find
documents. Displays examples of mathematical animations and visualizations made at CSC.
Also contains some guidebooks and newsletters published by CSC.
Displays animations (MPG format) of various mathematical theories and areas. Includes
Klein bottle, genetic algorithms, Fourier series, and so on.
Offers links to many other sites. Builds custom nonlinear curve-fitting software based
on your problem.
Provides a Mathcad files library, links to math resources on the Web, and
Develops tools for database design and reverse engineering.
Provides information on contemporary mathematics, such as fractals and chaos. Includes
computer demos, as well as movies on some famous fractal sets.
Home of the American Mathematical Society. Offers professional memberships. Publishes
electronic journals, books on math, and the fee-based MathSci database, which features
comprehensive coverage of research in mathematics, computer science, and statistics.
Supports improving teaching and learning in math and science in secondary schools.
Offers links to other Internet resources. Presents online catalog and databases, as well
as a collection of Internet software and information.
Contains information in the areas of trigonomics, velocity, acceleration, Newton's
Laws, chaotic systems, and more.
Presents downloadable color fractal images that show different mathematics problems.
Includes the Curve of Von Koch, the Mandelbot Set, and trees, ferns, and mountains.
Contains links and information regarding fractal image compression. Offers an online
bibliography, book reviews, conference announcements, and papers.
Provides information on basic fractals, why they should be discussed, their purposes in
the real world, and why supercomputers are necessary for fractals.
Calendar Home Page
Provides information on obtaining the Fractal Calendar, a calendar specifically
designed to show off some of the newer discoveries in fractal mathematics. Also offers
previous editions of the calendar.
Contains all of the frequently asked questions about fractals.
Offers many links to math-related sites.
Gateway to NIST guide to available mathematical software. Allows searching by package
name or, more interestingly, by what problem it solves.
Offers resource jump list to various math resources, including the Latex, Tex, and
Maple packages. Also contains jumps to math-related Gopher sites, newsgroups, math
institues, and a math software index.
Contains biographies of mathematicians, searchable by alphabetical or chronological
index (and some include pictures).
Institute for Mathematics and its Applications. Provides the newsletter and back issues
of the newsletters of this professional organization.
Provides information about the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, a residential
public high school for students talented in the fields of math and science.
Lets you import code into Mathematica. Gives users a way to organize and use
Mathematica Notebooks. Also displays graphics rendered in Mathematica.
Attempts to identify and list all sources of math puzzles on the Internet. Lists
problems from back issues of the Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences and the
Fibonacci Quarterly and contains information about other sources of math puzzlers such
as newsgroups and books.
Develops and markets math software for middle school through college.
Contains a math tutoring program developed for classroom computer labs aimed at
secondary school students.
Electronic distribution center and support center for various math-related newsletters,
most of which are based on Mathematica software.
Provides ftp access to shareware and public domain software for teaching math on the
college level. Also provides information and software for people interested in math, as
well as links to secondary school software. Includes considerable information on software.
A mathematics computer lab. Features downloadable undergraduate level courseware
(designed to run under Unix and Mathematica) on geometry, graph theory, and complex
Allows you to search a collection of over 19,000 documents on mathematics and
Offers technical support, news, and product catalog.
Distributes MathTensor, an add-on for Mathematica that performs tensor analysis. Also
provides links to resources and offers papers.
Provides a collection of downloadable Mathematica packages, notebooks, examples, and
programs. Offers list
of related Web sites.
Houses an equation editor for Mac and Windows machines. Offers technical support,
registration, and product information.
Offers MATLAB, a high-end mathematics software package, as well as links to jobs, news,
and books. Provides information on the Pentium chip flaw. Also presents products and
services and an online copy of the MATLAB newsletter.
Serves as a resource for fractal images that show the concepts of chaos theory (geared
to grades K through 12).
Contains a large number of downloadable math-related programs (most of the software is
shareware). Contains papers about different research on mathematical topics, many of which
involve computers. Also offers links to other math-related databases.
Produces numerical, symbolic, statistical, and visualization software for science,
engineering, financial analysis, and research.
Presents math-related images, such as Mobius strips and Kleinband.
Offers precision large-scale measurement, typically dimensional measurements with .001
Offers training on Mathematica; gives Mathematica support; and does custom programming.
Lists fees and availability of training. Provides information on fine-tuning performance
Online technical bookstore. Specializes in computer topics such as the Internet,
programming, and graphics, as well as in books pertaining to mathematics and physics.
Offers scientific computing software. Provides information on MathTensor, Schur, and
Mathematica. Also offers consulting, which includes porting software to Sun systems.
Offers links to Mathgroup, a Mathematica support group.
Uses Mathematica to make learning modules for first year university science and
engineering students. Provides learning modules for calculus, algebra, matrices, and so
Offers mathematics courseware using Toolbook (hypertext) documents with Microsoft
Windows. Provides instruction on algebra, matrices, vectors, and sequences.
Organizes workshops, talks, meetings, and conferences, and edits several magazines in
mathematics and education.
Produces edutainment products in mathematics, science, and technology.
Offers an online video sample.
Provides information on fractal compression software and papers on fractal compression.
Provides links to all things mathematical. Includes jumps to math software, gophers,
newsgroups, electronic journals, preprints, bibliographies, TeX Archives, and high school
and university math sites.
Presents an online catalog of weather instruments and related products. Also offers a
customized weather forecast service that provides separate weather forecasts for
agricultural, business, and corporate needs.
Provides weather data systems, marine electronics, and specialized imaging products and
papers. Offers software, hardware, and customized data products.
Provides the latest hurricane information and other weather information dealing with
Provides national weather information from images to textual data. Also presents a
photo gallery of severe weather by storm chasers throughout the country.
Offers timely JPEG weather maps and MPEG movies of radar motion (also offers a text
Two satellite constellations of near-polar orbiting, sun-synchronous satellites that
monitor meteorological, oceanographic, and solar-terrestrial physics environments.
Features currently occurring meteorological phenomena.
Contains many images of 3D satellite views from space. Also plugs its 3D software
package that integrates 3D weather visualization with a global database to create a
Serves as guide to weather, ski reports, and ocean conditions. Provides information for
weather novices and professionals.
Gives access to meteorological and oceanographic data being reported by buoys and CMAN
stations in the Atlantic, United States, and Pacific. Reloads automatically every two
minutes if you have Netscape.
Provides the capability to type any city's station ID and receive up-to-the-minute
conditions. Also enables you to build a weather map, checking off only the options you
want to include on the surface map.
Nonprofit group of weather enthusiasts. Includes information about the group, links to
weather-related information, and an offer to receive a free bulletin the group puts out.
Provides archive of weather images taken by the space shuttle and NASA satellite
Consists of several scientific divisions and programs working together with member
universities on research activities to better understand Earth's climate systems. Includes
information on resources, facilities, and
services; the research data archives; and weather-related information.
Contains resources for the researcher, advanced student, and hobbyist interested in the
latest information on tropical weather conditions, as well as archival information on
weather data and maps. Provides links to other NOAA information and satellite data.
Severe Storms Laboratory
Provides information about the laboratory, including current research and programs.
Does not offer specific information on severe weather but does provide links to sites that
do. Also includes an extensive list of links to "Web literacy" sites.
Provides all information output by the NWS, including national and international
weather in graphical and textual formats, and information about regional offices. Also
offers links to NOAA and other NWS programs.
Provides many seismology-related resources, including the record of the day, recent
earthquake activity, and publications.
Includes weather information and ocean temperatures.
Includes information about storm chasers, a photo gallery of storms, and the latest
news about the Storm Chasers group. Also provides information about storm chasing at home,
including how to contact the NWS.
Presents photos of severe weather taken by Warren Faidley, full-time storm chaser.
Offers short- and medium-range forecasts for North America and current weather maps and
climate anomaly models for the rest of the world. Provides a key to the weather maps and a
table of weather symbols.
Provides pointers to various weather services worldwide.
Includes information about the Weather Channel and also provides novice weather
enthusiasts with simple weather maps.
Tries to list every weather-related link on the Internet. Includes not only WWW sites,
but ftp sites, gophers, and telnet sites. Includes commercial sites as well as educational
and governmental sites.
Lists weather links out of Harvard University. Includes brief descriptions of each
link. Also provides links to aviation information.
Provides information on AEA and its activities and services, including an events
calendar, a directory of services, and a membership roster. Provides instant links to more
than 100 high-tech firms.
From the exhibits we build, to the research we conduct, lectures we sponsor,
courses we teach, magazines and books we publish, symposia we host
aim is to shed light on the wonders and value of the natural world. The
academys site contains links to exhibits, research departments, educational classes
at Cal Academy, a newsletter, and other museum-related information.
Contains public domain and freely distributable software, publications, and other
materials of interest to AI researchers, educators, students, and practitioners.
Contains a bibliography of alternative research, parapsychology, cognitive science,
human factors, and science fiction. Includes an online experiment in which visitors can
Provides this interactive science museum's exhibits, workshops, projects, programs,
events, and schedules. Includes a quarterly magazine, gifts, learning publication tools
and resources, and images and sounds.
Provides access to thousands of science and math documents, lesson plans, and software
for use in educational settings. Provides information about each item before you download,
as well as how they fit into curriculum goals.
Presents a collection of material on Canadian scientists and science. Includes
biographies of several scientists, descriptions of their greatest claims to fame, and
activities. Presents an interactive quiz that tests knowledge and guides users around the
site looking for answers. Also includes images and text.
Organization of biomechanics experts who study footwear for sports and other functional
applications. Includes information on the organization and abstracts of papers.
Provides information about smartcards and chipcards on the Net, as well as on the
outcome of the forum's studies and projects. Also presents brochures and more.
Provides information about the museum, exhibits, and what a visitor might expect.
Contains useful information about various programs and several searchable databases.
Provides information on government funded efforts to improve science in this country.
Also provides information on past and present grant information and presents NSF
Contains current and past issues of the NTIAC Newsletter, calendars of events, calls
for papers, NDE book reviews, cross links to other NDE sites, and other information.
Houses PBS's Bill Nye the Science Guy. Serves as a place for students to learn science
and have fun at the same time. Includes a set of links to science on the Web, show
listings, and activities to do at home.
Contains research reports on various activities of the Lab in the area of computer
multimedia architecture, gestural input, face recognition, and so on. Also of interest is
the link to "The World Right Now," which shows live outdoor images from
different parts of the world. Also available in Italian.
Presents a publication that addresses issues relevant to being a responsible scientist
and researcher. Covers issues such as values, experimental technique, authorship
practices, and the scientist in society.
Designs and manufactures customized fiberoptic and laser diode systems for the
photonics industry. Provides flexible fiber-optic solutions to equipment manufacturers and
research establishments throughout the world.
Lists catalog items and links them to science education references on the Web. Includes
MSDS, safety checklist, and other references.
Specializes in producing programs for the professional and educational use of the
scientific community. Provides MPEG clips that help visualize complex sets of scientific
Explores issues ignored or not studied adequately in the mainstream scientific
community. Contains abstracts to some articles published in their journal.
Performs research in optics and related disciplines and applies optical and infrared
technologies to practical problems. Includes research in optical oceanography and laser
eye and sensor protection.
Provides information relating to the topic of superplasticity. Offers literature
databases, experimental results, and software relating to superplasticity.
Develops mechanical design techniques, higher learning, and environmentally friendly
Covers technology and its implications. Addresses the practical applications of
science, as opposed to laboratory breakthroughs and theoretical abstractions. Emphasizes
policy issues rather than nuts and bolts.
Offers a downloadable application demo for a modal analysis system for viewing and
analyzing noise and vibration in structures.
Provides easy access to earth and space science data. Focuses on Hawaii. Offers a
database of satellite, space shuttle, and aircraft remote sensing images of Hawaii.
Enables you to view image navigators for Landsat, Spaceborne Radar, or aerial photographic
images. Also includes a collection of images in oceanography, meteorology, and
Serves Nordic companies and institutions that want to strengthen their position in
their markets by using multimedia as one of several business tools.
Information center for the Westinghouse Science & Technology Center.
Displays graphic presentation of all X-ray and gamma-ray coefficients. Includes links
to other nuclear data and a program for calculating shielding and dose deposition.
Concentrates on biomedical magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy.
"The purposes of ASLO are to promote the interests of limnology, oceanography and
related sciences, to foster the exchange of information across the range of aquatic
science, and to further investigations dealing with these subjects." Contains general
information about the organization, as well as information on careers and job listings.
Provides services to help improve and sustain coral reef health throughout the world.
Contains general information about coral, as well as a listing of links to other sites
Offers two links: The Climate and Ocean Processes link provides information on research
in this area, and the Marine Environment and Resources link contains additional
information on current research.
Explains El Nino (frequently referred to on oceanography pages), a disruption of the
ocean-atmosphere system in the tropical Pacific that affects weather around the globe.
Designed to be a collaborative effort between physicists, biologists, and chemists.
Attempts to more rapidly further research on oceanography through collaboration (made
possible by Internet technology, including this Website).
Lists oceanography Web sites. Contains a listing of the major NOAA Web sites and links
to some of the better Web sites of educational institutions.
Provides services and products to support domestic and international fisheries
management operations, fisheries development, trade and industry assistance activities,
enforcement, protected species and habitat conservation operations, and the scientific and
technical aspects of NOAA's marine fisheries program. Offers links to oceanographic
information, particularly data concerning fish life.
Provides a collection of data sets for physical oceanographers. Offers many holdings
only to local users. Offers information on shore temperature and winds to all users.
Contains information on the physics of coastal waterways and the movement of the waters
and the causes of those movements.
Provides information about National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
research, current weather information, and links to all other NOAA projects. Also includes
latest news involving NOAA and the NOAA mission statement. Includes information about
seasonal forecasts, fisheries, protected species, coastal ecosystems, and navigation.
Includes searchable databases on climate modeling, ice cores, paleoceanographic,
paleovegetation, tree-ring, and other data. Provides alternate search engines for users
who cannot use tables.
Presents an online version of an exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution's National
Museum of Natural History. Also contains many resources.
Lists Web sites dealing with the field of oceanography. There are sublistings of
educational and government institutions as well as listings of other online resources such
as images, project descriptions, and research articles.
Offers general membership information. Maintains a news posting system. Covers a wide
variety of topics ranging from highly scientific issues to elementary level oceanography
education under the "News System" heading.
Simulates the global ocean circulation. Covers research being conducted by scientists
at Los Alamos National Laboratory and the Naval Postgraduate School. Contains an array of
images as well as MPEG movies.
Contains more than 28,000 images. Serves as resource for finding oceanography images.
Provides an interface for acquiring and viewing Pathfinder images.
Links people around the world and in classrooms to students and experts diving in an
ocean environment. Features the Safari Touch Tank, in which you click on an image of
plants and animals to call up a description, large image, 3D animation, and Webster
definition of the item you choose.
Contains real-time data for meteorology and oceanography, as well as images and
archives of publications. Includes video footage and offers the capability to make
comments on the site and its contents.
Caters to the information needs of the research and educational activities of Scripps
Provides access to the University of Rhode Island, Graduate School of Oceanography's
archive of sea surface temperature satellite images. Also includes an online lesson plan
for teachers who want to incorporate the images into a lesson.
Provides access into the background, status, and documentation for NASA's upcoming
global ocean color monitoring mission. Offers online documentation on this project,
including educational resources.
Provides pointers to businesses that specialize in ocean technology. Also lists
conferences and reference sites, some of which might have something to offer someone doing
non-business related research.
Contains a variety of information. Includes a section on questions about careers in
oceanography. Also offers links to online journals and research articles and resources
related to oceanography.
Cooperative project between the United States and France to develop and operate an
advanced satellite system dedicated to observing the Earth's oceans. Contains archives and
updates for the project.
Contains information on current professional programs and studies. Includes current
images of the world's major oceans as viewed with satellite technology. Also contains
recent oceanography references on the Web.
Provides information about the present United States WOCE plans and details the status
of current work.
Maintains information on World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE), TOGA Coupled
Ocean-Atmosphere Response Experiment (TOGA COARE), research ship information and cruise
schedules, and other oceanographic information sources.
Contains general oceanographic information. Includes a listing of oceanography Web
Explains the mission of the International Oceanographic and contains an excellent
definition/explanation of the field of oceanography.
Provides links to a variety of Internet resources on oceanography. Offers links to Web
resources by geographic area. Links to the "What's New" link, which contains a
listing of sites that have recently announced or renovated their Web sites.
This site is dedicated to information on rocks, minerals and fossils. Lists schedules
meetings and field trip and links to other sites devoted to the collection and study of
fossils and minerals.
Web site devoted to information aboout varius dinosaurs. Features links to dinosaur and
vertebrate paleontology, and earth and geoscience sites. Also contains information
concerning contacts for those interested in participating in actual dinosaur digs.
Features dinosaur articles, discussions and essays, reference materials and dinosaur
products for sale. Also contains the names and dates of all the geological time periods
and links to other dinosaur related Web sites.
Vacation planners that arrange paleontological excursions into the badlands
of Alberta Canada.
Contains searchable database of microfossil images.
Devoted to the explanation and understanding of paleontology. Also contains sections on
phylogeny, geological time, and evolutionary thought.
Features a paleontologic museum tour. Also contains information about various
collections that the museum carries.
Online museum covering the different aspects of paleontology. Features educational
catalogs and exhibits.
Presents dinosaurs and fossils. Simulates a visit to a real museum of paleontology.
Enables you to visit different exhibits to discover fossil images, background data, and
A professional literature database containing abstracts about wildlife, ecology,
fisheries, ornithology, biology, and zoology.
Serves as a resource for Alpaca ranchers, breeders, weavers, spinners, investors, and
anyone who wants more information about alpacas.
Provides information about the history of the ornithology program at Cornell. Offers a
useful link to a gopher search tool for scientific information on bird species.
Contains information about animals and animal-related resources. Offers many links to
information on nearly any animal.
Site run by zoology professors and students at the University of Toronto. Contains
several articles about insect behavior and communication.
Provides information related to veterinary medicine. Offers the Electronic Zoo, a large
collection of animal-related computer resources.
Provides lists for animal resources. Includes links organized by animal (cats, dogs,
insects, and so forth), electronic publications, legislation, organizations, biology, and
A biodiversity and bird conservation group in Australia. Features a library of bird
images and listings of threatened birds.
Zoology department at The University of Tasmania Web site. Contains information about
the department and its programs. Also has information for contacting the department.
Contains links to various zoological resources. Provides an online glossary.