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View Resource University of Puget Sound: Slater Museum Biodiversity Resources

University of Puget Sound Biodiversity Gopher is maintained by the Slater Museum of Natural History at the University of Puget Sound. Information about the natural history collections housed in the museum and other information relevant to biodiversity are listed, including an extensive Biodiversity and Biological Collection at Cornell.

View Resource Teachers.net

One of several major initiatives by IMPACT II - The Teachers Network (a national nonprofit which supports classroom teachers in the US), Teachers.net serves as an online resource for the K-12 community. The core of the site is an extensive collection of online Teacher-Designed Activities and Projects as well as "interactive, thematic, hands on curriculum projects" which are called Daily Classroom...

View Resource Search Engine Optimization: SEO Book

The strange and wondrous ways in which search engines gather their indexes is made a little clearer in this tutorial. Written by a web designer disappointed with how difficult his pages were to find with the standard search engines, this page gives insight into how Infoseek, Lycos, Alta Vista, Excite, Web Crawler, and Open Text catalog web pages. The search strategy of each engine is described,...

View Resource Species 2000

An international endeavor, the Species 2000 project aims to enumerate "all known species of plants, animals, fungi and microbes on Earth as the baseline dataset for studies of global biodiversity." Though an ambitious task and still incomplete, parts of Species 2000 are functional; the current databases (bacteria, legumes, plant fossils, corals, fishes) may be searched by major group of organism...

View Resource Biogeoinformatics of Hexacorallia

Hosted by the Kansas Geological Survey, this Web site contains a suite of databases and related tools for geospatial, taxonomic, and environmental data on hexacorals and related cnidarians. Created as part of the Census of Marine Life through the National Oceanographic Partnership Program, this incredibly comprehensive Web site is "a public information resource of data, interpretation, and...

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