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The Macaulay Library archive, world’s largest archive of animal sounds, has an extensive organized and documented... see more

MedEdPORTAL is a new publishing venue through which faculty may disseminate their educational works. It was designed to... see more

This site is a collection of links to botanical sites. New sites are added regularly and each is well annotated so that... see more

This site contains information about venomous, predatory marine snails called cone snails. There are specifc resources... see more

Aldo Leopold is considered by many to have been the most influential conservation thinker of the 20th Century. Leopold's... see more

This lab shows how soap responds to lipids (such as the ones found in milk). It is a great way to introduce students to... see more

Excellent images of weeds from the Northern Blackland Prairie of Texas are featured in this Website. Additional links are... see more

A repository of shared, peer reviewed, resources for teaching biology. Subscriptions to the site are free.

A collection of images and videos of marine life from the Puget Sound, Washington, USA. The collection is primarily of... see more

Powpoints, lesson plans, and resources for middle school science.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's online collection of public domain still photographs: The National Image Library... see more

The Vega Science Trust, supported bu Florida State University and et al., has been developing a classic science lecture... see more

An online collection of Begonia images and descriptions. Includes many different species with color pictures. This site... see more

This YouTube channel hosts a wide variety of videos created by Mr. Hasudungan on topics related to physiology,... see more

I found this on the web while I was brain storming unique ways to get the attention of my students. I sometime find it... see more

This is the home page of the Bureau of Reclamation, Managing Water in the American West. Contains numerous links and... see more

This site lists online textbooks with specific license attributions.

Excellent source of info on herbivores, fermination, and the physiology of ruminants

**Site has been retired as of July 2016- some archived data is still available** Learn about epigenomics and explore,... see more

EJT is a fully refereed, international, fully electronic Open Access journal in descriptive taxonomy, covering subjects... see more

A collection of links to educational science sites, sorted by grade level, starting with Kindergarten.

This site contains links to information about different industry projects throughout the world. Information provided... see more

This internet site, published by The Japan Landslide Society, focues on the current understanding of landslide origin,... see more

The MSTE lessons site contains a collection of excellent high school/lower college division math lessons (and a limited... see more