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View Resource Nation Master

If you have ever wanted to look up any number of national statistics, the Nation Master Web site is an excellent resource for finding out any number of current details about just about any country in the world. Currently, Nation Master has 335 statistical data sets, ranging from library books, forested land, Internet users, and airports. For easy reference, the main Web page features the most...

View Resource How to Read The Wall Street Journal

This guide from Dow Jones & Company helps new readers understand all elements of The Wall Street Journal from rotating reports in column five on the front page to the stock market tables and global indexes in the Money & Investing section. Although How to Read The Wall Street Journal is organized by newspaper section, a detailed index provides easy access to specific topics regardless of...

View Resource Lichens of North America

There is a wealth of lichen information at this site, created by Dr. Irwin Brodo (Canadian Museum of Nature) and Sylvia Duran Sharnoff and Stephen Sharnoff (associate researchers at the Missouri Botanical Garden) orignally as a preview to their upcoming book Lichens of North America. Here the authors describe the ecology of lichens, including several nice details, such as a summary (with...

View Resource Animal Diversity Web

The University of Michigan Museum of Zoology provides the searchable Animal Diversity Web database, with species accounts (images and text) of some of the world's mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, sharks, bony fishes, mollusks, arthropods and echinoderms. The database is searchable by common or scientific name. For each species account, information includes scientific and common name,...

View Resource Introduction to the Great Lakes

As part of The Great Lakes Information Network, The Education And Curriculum Homesite (TEACH) "focuses on advancing Great Lakes-related educational materials for the broad audience of educators and students in the Great Lakes region and beyond." The Introduction to the Great Lakes pages contain an overview of the watershed, including maps, photographs, and descriptions; other sections take a more...

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