These are some helpful sites for those interested in further research into environmental issues.
- Earthwatch, a
nonprofit membership organization founded in 1972, has mobilized
over 40,000 people to spend one to three weeks assisting noted
scientists and scholars on projects that range from coral reef
surveys to public health studies.
- The Hydrogeologist's
Home Page -- a collection of over 175 links to
hydrogeological organizations, software and data repositories,
publications, and other sources of information of potential use
Internet Resources maintained at the Pacific Northwest
Laboratory's Earth and Environmental Sciences Center (EESC).
- Scripps Institution of Oceanography - Lots of good environmental reading material. Click into the Oceanographic & Earth Science Directory, also done by the Scripps Institute, for links.
Quality Information Center
- Universities Water
- Water Resources
Center Archives, University of California Berkeley
- The Water Resources
Research Center at the University of Arizona includes
publications such as the Field Manual for Water Quality
Sampling/Manual de Campo Para el Muestreo de la Calidad del
Agua, and resource directories including a searchable index
of riparian experts in the Southwestern U.S.
"designed to offer individuals, firms, and organizations an
expedited path to information concerning virtually every facet of
water and its related technologies."
Wide Water, produced by George Fink for the "Technology in
Teaching at UC Davis: Instructional Uses of the WWW" class -- a
very good collection of pointers.
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