U.S. EPA Environmental Education Center - Here, teachers and students can find information and curriculum resources on conservation, ecosystems, human health, waste & recycling, water and air pollution, plus find links to conferences & workshops, community service projects, student scholarships, grants, awards, and more.
Earthwatch Institute - An international nonprofit organization which supports scientific field research worldwide through its volunteers and scientists working together to improve our understanding of the planet.
Marine Conservation Biology Institute - Stay current with the latest marine conservation issues including an action alert, plus find information on workshops, job and research opportunities.
Surfrider Foundation - A non-profit organization dedicated to the protection of the coastal environment.
CoralWatch - Built on a research project at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, CoralWatch has developed a cheap, simple, non-invasive method for the monitoring of coral bleaching, and assessment of coral health. In the field, users simply use the Coral Health Chart to compare colors of corals with colors on the chart and record matching codes. Students submit their data and can view data from reefs around the world. Virtual components are also available.
Marine Reserves: Where Do You Fit In? - The sea around Anacapa Island is one of the most biologically rich and economically important areas of the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary. In this simulation, you have been asked to represent a stakeholder to establish new marine reserve areas near Anacapa. Your mission is to protect, maintain, restore and enhance living marine resources through new management strategies that encompass an ecosystem perspective and promote collaboration between competing interests.
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