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View Resource EPA's Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds

This agency portal provides background information on habitats from streams and rivers, lakes, wetlands and estuaries to rocky coasts, sandy beaches, coral reefs and ocean environments, their importance, monitoring and assessment programs, regulations and protection. Also features databases and mapping links, publications, kids activities and teacher resources on water and aquatic environments,...

View Resource Field Analytic Technologies: Immunoassay and Enzymatic Assays

This site features a discussion of immunoassays in the context of testing for environmental contaminants, including a fairly detailed explanation of how immunoassays are conducted and advantages and limitations in the analysis of environmental problems. There is also a discussion of analytical concerns - interferences, limits of detection, accuracy and precision, calibrating immunoassays, etc.

View Resource Environmental Protection Agency: Learn the Issues

This page from the United States Environmental Protection Agency provides information on many significant environmental health issues. In addition to providing general interest information on topics like radon, acid rain, and asbestos, the site also delivers an interactive resource that allows users to learn more about concerns specific to their area. Under Where You Live, visitors may enter...

View Resource Turning the Tide on Trash: A Learning Guide on Marine Debris

Learning Guide on Marine Debris contains three online units with objectives, background, and hands-on interactive activities. Covers definitions, characteristics and sources of marine debris; its effects on wildlife, the coastal community and human health; and how to develop solutions, get involved and educate others about marine pollution prevention.

View Resource EPA: Science Notebook

What are those hard-working scientists at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) up to? That's a good question, and the very fine Science Notebook website has the answers. The site "offers a window into science at EPA, through stories, interviews, videos, podcasts, and more." The Science Notebook homepage includes links to "Greenversations with Scientists", an ongoing feature that profiles...

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