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View Resource North Carolina National Estuarine Research Reserve Publications

This website is the publications page of the NCNERR. The site includes downloadable field guides, NCNERR newsletters, and reports. Field guides demonstrate the flora and fauna found in the NC Research Reserves. Guides include the common name, scientific name, a drawing and a short description for each organism. Annual reports detail current issues facing coastal communities. The newsletters...

View Resource Sea World Animal Resources

Comprehensive site that contains information on adventure camps, educational programs, career resources, conservation matters, and much more. Educators can access information on awards, teacher's guides, classroom activities, publications, workshops, etc. The "Animal Info" link unveils an extensive collection of animal fact sheets and info books, photo galleries, expedition journals, and the "Ask...

View Resource COSEE Great Lakes Curriculum Resources

This is a collection of Great Lakes resources approved by COSEE-GL. Activities employ several different media, including the internet, literature supplements, and case study packets. Topics include exotic, or nonindigenous, species, cargo shipping, water movement, biodiversity, and much more.

View Resource An Introduction to Marine Sciences

An all inclusive introduction to the ocean sciences. The site includes information on habitats, oceanic fauna, oceanographer's tools, and case studies that forecast the future of the ocean. Components of physical and biological oceanography and marine ecology are discussed in depth, and include figures and quiz questions.

View Resource OBIS Special Edition

The website for project OBIS-SEAMAP (Ocean Biogeographic Information System - Spatial Ecological Analysis of Megavertebrate Populations). Marine mammal, seabird and sea turtle data are organized into a spatially referenced database. The site allows you to map species ranges and also features a wealth of species profiles. The data sets contain survey information dating back to 1935.

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