- The NERC Centre for Population Biology
The Centre for Population Biology (CPB) is a university-based research centre, funded mainly by the UK Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and hosted by Imperial College London. The Centre was established in 1989 and opened by the Rt Hon Margaret Thatcher OM FRS.
REPA Research Group
The Resource and environmental Economics and Policy Analysis (REPA) website provides information for students and researchers interested in resource and environmental economics. In addition, a variety of working papers on topics in this area are available for downloading.
Raptor Research Center
The Raptor Research Center (RRC) operates in the College of Arts and Sciences at Boise State University. The RRC and the Department of Biology share common interests in basic biology and the conservation of natural resources. The center and department collaborate to pursue these interests through research, education, and conservation, especially regarding raptors (birds of prey) and their ecosystems. The Raptor Research Center administers support from the state legislature for the Master of Science in Raptor Biology program. These state-appropriated funds are used largely to provide teaching assistantships and research support to graduate students and to faculty associated with the Raptor Biology graduate degree program. The RRC provides space and basic office services to Raptor Biology graduate students and to students earning a Master of Science or Master of Arts in Biology. There are about 40 students enrolled in these master degree programs. RRC administrative staff includes three part-time permanent persons.
Eco-Systems Inc / Environmental Stewardship
We offer services for erosion control, stormwater management, ecological restoration, noxious weed control, native plant establishment
White Horse Associates Environmental Consulting Firm
We view landscapes as integrated expressions of climate acting upon geologic materials to create geomorphic settings with distinctive hydrologic, soil, and vegetative potential. The focus of most of our study is stream, riparian, and wetland resources.
The Wild Dolphin Foundation
The Wild Dolphin Foundation is a grassroots, registered charity devoted to protecting and restoring the natural habitats of dolphins through research, advocacy, and public education. Our goal is to create support and consensus for change in human behaviors that may threaten the well-being of dolphin environments worldwide.
British Trust for Ornithology
The BTO promotes and encourages the wider understanding, appreciation and conservation of birds by conducting high-quality, impartial research in field ornithology in a unique partnership between amateurs and professionals, conducting fieldwork that is both enjoyable and scientifically rigorous
Dr. George A. Lozano
Information on immunoecology, in its many incarnations (carotenoids and sexual selection, parental effects, life history trade-offs, etc). Aditional information on course work, including a few sample lectures.
Hilton Pond Center for Piedmont Natural History
Hilton Pond Center for Piedmont Natural History near York, South Carolina, is a non-profit organization whose Mission is "to conserve animals, plants, habitats, and other natural components of the Piedmont Region of the eastern United States through observation, scientific study, and education for students of all ages." The Center is the most active bird banding station in the Carolinas and is designated an Important Bird Area by the National Audubon Society. Its Web pages contain informative text and photographs of flora and fauna that can be found in most habitats in the eastern U.S. Included are descriptions of the Center's long-term bird banding research projects (especially hummingbirds) and "This Week at Hilton Pond," a pictorial account of natural changes through the seasons. Teachers, students, parents, birders, and conservationists will find this Web site to be a rich source of information about all sorts of nature topics.
Natural Resources Management Program
The goal of the Natural Resources Management Program is to teach students concepts of the efficient use and management of natural resources. This program identifies their role in economic development while maintaining concern for society and the environment. It prepares students for careers in technical, administrative, and educational work in water and land use, environmental management, and other areas. Course options also include preparation for graduate study in any of several areas within the biological and social sciences. Students will pursue a broad academic program and then elect subjects concentrated in one of three areas of interest: Plant and Wildlife Resources Management, Land and Water Resources Management, or Environmental Education and Park Management.
Grupo Ecológico de la Costa Verde, A.C.
Grupo Ecológico de la Costa Verde, A.C. is a Non-profit Mexican Civil Association dedicated to the protection of the marine turtle and the environment along the coast of Nayarit, Mexico. Millions of years before humans arrived in North America, the marine turtle established its nesting beaches along the coastal waters of Mexico. The oldest inhabitants of San Francisco or San Pancho as it is commonly called today, can still recall the nights when hundreds of nesting turtles climbed the white sand to perpetuate their species. The palm laden playas were free of development and offered the idyllic location for nesting.
Centre for Agri-Environmental Research
A research group based in the University of Reading. High quality scientific research focuses on reconciling the often conflicting demands of agricultural production and the conservation of biodiversity.
CRC Reef Research Centre
The Cooperative Research Centre for the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area (incorporated as CRC Reef Research Centre Ltd) is a knowledge-based partnership of coral reef ecosystem managers, researchers and industry. CRC Reef provides research solutions to protect, conserve and restore the world's coral reefs by ensuring industries and management are sustainable and that ecosystem quality is maintained. The needs of end-users are incorporated into the design, instigation and progress of research.
Suite 101: Ecology
Articles on ecological themes.
Exploratory and Euclidean methods in Environmental sciences.
Ecology in GCSE Separate Biology
Site has been designed by four year 11 students. The aim is to provide a revision resource, covering parts of the GCSE Separate Biology Higher Level Syllabus in England.
Millennium Assessment of Global Ecosystems
International project and process designed to improve the management of ecosystems and their contribution to human development by helping to bring the best available information on ecosystem goods and services to bear on policy and management decisions.
World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Ecology and Biodiversity
Links to Internet resources related to ecology and biodiversity.
Conservation Consultancy, Ltd.
Describes capabilities and offers expert services in ecological surveys, environmental impact assessment, and mitigation and monitoring. Based in Bath, England.
4th International Symbiosis Society Congress
The 4th International Symbiosis Society Congress in Halifax, Canada from August 17-23, 2003 features leading symbiosis researchers, workshops and field trips.