Aquatic Ecology Page Guide to aquatic life and ecology resources on the Internet, with sections on algae, plants, animals and aquatic ecosystems.
Bioindicators of Aquatic Ecosystem Stress Information about the Biological Indicators Program in the Environmental Sciences Division (ESD) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). Biological indicators have been developed and applied at a variety of field sites in the eastern United States to assess and evaluate the effects that environmental stressors such as contaminants have on the health of aquatic organisms.
Biological Markers of Water Pollution A review of the literature on the use of enzyme induction in aquatic organisms to measure environmental pollution.
Books on Aquatic Biology Annotated catalog of books on Aquatic Biology.
British Marine Life Study Society Homepage of the British Marine Life Study Society, devoted to study of the marine wildlife of the North-east Atlantic.
Canada's Aquatic Environments Featuring the habitats, animals, and plants of Canada's oceans, rivers, lakes, and wetlands. University of Guelph.
Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants Information, including databases, on aquatic and wetlands plants, including invasive plants and their control. Many internet links to related resources. From University of Florida.
Central New England Anadromous Fish Program Restoring salmon and other anadromous fish to the Merrimack River and other watersheds. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
Dept. of Inland Fisheries, Danish Institute of Fisheries Research Research in ecology, management, evolution and population genetics of fishes.
Dragon Search 'Dragon Search' is a monitoring program which encourages members of the community to provide information about sightings of the unique southern Australian fish - the seadragon. The information will be used to determine the distribution, habitat requirements and research and management priorities for these little-known species. Anyone who visits the beach in Australia can get involved.
Environment Canada: Aquatic ecosystems Part of the Fresh Water web site.
Fishing Singapore - Ken's Fishing Haven A website dedicated to appreciation and conservation of Marine inhabitants and habitats.
The Institute of Freshwater Ecology In the UK -- engaged in freshwater biological research for over 60 years.
Journal of Aquatic Ecosystem Stress and Recovery An International Journal Emphasizing the Integrated Relationships between Environmental Stressors and Integrity of Aquatic Ecosystems
Journal of Fish Biology
Life in a Massachusetts Tide Pool Articles, photographs and activities involving a variety of marine organisms. Marine Biology Site with descriptions and pictures of over 60 of the intertidal organisms in the Pacific Northwest.
Marine Biology Learning Center Comprehensive resources on fish, coral reefs, dolphins, oceanography, environmental health, and research opportunities.
Marine Ecology Images Pictures (100s!) from the tropics, a marine ecology image gallery. IMAGES:Tropical Marine Ecology of San Salvador, Bahamas, the Everglades and Florida Keys. Tropical Ecosystems, Links to course Syllabii and registration information
University of South Carolina, Baruch Institute for Marine and Costal Sciences This is a list of benthic metazoans between 0.045 mm and 0.500 mm in size.
The Nation Teachers Enhansment Network - Activities and Lesson Plans for Earth Science, Life Science, Physical Science and Technology
SCAMIT Home Page The home page of the Southern California Association Marine Invertebrate Taxonomists, with a wealth of links to lots of zoology pages.
Simulation of Sustainable Fishing Paper describing a sustainable fishing simulation system accessible over the WWW. Intended to help ecology students to learn about issues involved in environmentally sustainable fishing. Published in Crossroads, the ACM student magazine.
UK Underwater Wildlife Andrew D. Johnson's photo guide to Britain's marine organisms, arranged by phylum.
West Nile Virus Resources
Zoobenthos of Lakes An extensive and information-packed website about organisms dwelling in or on the sediment in lakes, by S.M. Mandaville of the Soil & Water Conservation Society of Metro Halifax.