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View Resource California State University - Stanislaus: Endangered Species Recovery Program

This website features the Endangered Species Recovery Program (ESRP), "a cooperative research program on biodiversity conservation in central California, administered by California State University, Stanislaus Foundation." In addition to their team of approximately 45 biologists, students, research associates, and support staff, ESRP collaborates with experts from governments and universities...

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 Sierra Club

A wealth of information concerning conservation, a clean environment, and stewardship. The Sierra Club, one of the world's foremost guides to the outdoors, offers information on trips, volunteer opportunities, the latest environmental legislation and much more. Though Sierra Club requires a paid membership for many of its publications, eco-travel opportunities, and merchandise, the site is loaded...

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 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Ecosystems Research Division

Research at the Environmental Protection Agency's Ecosystems Research Division (ERD) "includes studies of the behavior of contaminants, nutrients, and biota in environmental systems, and the development of mathematical models to assess the response of aquatic systems, watersheds and landscapes to stresses from natural and anthropogenic sources." The ERD website contains information about a wide...

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