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View Resource The American Elasmobranch Society

The American Elasmobranch Society is a scientific society that advances the study of living and fossil sharks, skates, rays, and chimaeras. Furthermore, it promotes education, conservation, and wise utilization of natural resources. The website posts membership information, society meetings, student funding opportunities, scientific abstracts, and society history. It also offers links to...

View Resource Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center

This educational and research facility is a partnership of the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge (the world's largest seabird refuge) and Kachemak Bay Research Reserve (a dynamic estuary). It features interactive exhibits on seabirds, oceanic, nearshore and watershed ecosystems, and the importance of islands and ocean to Alaskan wildlife and humans. Education programs include exhibit...

View Resource The Wonders of the Seas: Sperm Whales

This page includes an overview of sperm whale biology, adaptations, and behaviors. It is a basic introduction to anatomy, diet, echolocation, diving, whale oil and other products derived from sperm whales, whaling industry and impacts, and conservation measures. The page is illustrated with excellent photographs. A NSTA SciLinks selected site.

View Resource The Wonders of the Seas: Sponges

This website provides basic introduction to sponge biology, anatomy and benthic life style. Information covered includes cell types, filter feeding mechanism, skeletal structure of spicules and spongin, reproduction and life cycle, sponge diversity, and growth forms. The page includes a simple line diagram and excellent color photographs. A NSTA SciLinks selected site.

View Resource Hopkins Marine Station: Career Information

This web page is a portal with around 80 links to universities, zoos, aquariums, organizations, private parks, and research institutions. The purpose is to provide advice for those interested in a career in the marine or aquatic sciences. The page contains a compilation of links to postings for jobs, post docs, traineeships, and internships specific to the marine and aquatic sciences.

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