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View Resource Committee for the National Institute for the Environment (CNIE)

This site is intended to provide information on the NIE whose mission is "to improve the scientific basis for making decisions on environmental issues." The site includes information on the origin of the NIE, its accomplishments, and its current activities. Also included are sections on membership, fund-raising, and financial and legislative sponsors. The highlight of the site, however, is the...
View Resource Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, one of nine US Department of Energy multi-program national laboratories, conducts research concerning environmental science and technology. This huge site holds information on research in atmospheric science and climate change, analytic and physical chemistry, computational science and engineering, environmental remediation, statistics, thermal and energy...
View Resource Grand Challenges in Environmental Sciences

This title from the National Academy Press (NAP) is accessible in its entirety online. Requested by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and written by the National Academies's National Research Council, this report identifies and describes eight important areas of environmental research for the next generation. Not in order of importance, these challenges are Biogeochemical Cycles, Biodiversity...
View Resource Free-Air CO2 Enrichment (FACE) Research Sites

FACE, the Free Air Carbon Dioxide Enrichment research program of Brookhaven National Laboratory, provides data summaries on a variety of FACE sites: North Carolina, Nevada, Wisconsin, and Brauschweig (Germany). To access more detailed information, follow links to specific sites.
View Resource National Environmental Publications Internet Site

National Environmental Publications Internet Site is maintained by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and contains a database of over 9000 documents that have been published by the EPA. Searches can be attempted by keyword or by publication title, which should help make finding a particular document easy. Once found, the documents can be viewed, printed freely, or ordered directly from the...
View Resource CSIRO Marine Research

Offered by Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), CSIRO Marine Research Web site contains multiple levels of valuable information. The organization's mission is to "understand its oceans by conducting research in the sustainable use of Australia's marine resources, the ocean's role in climate, and the effective conservation of the marine ecosystem...
View Resource Desert Research Institute: Research

Operating as the nonprofit research campus of the University and Community College System of Nevada, the Desert Research Institute (DRI) conducts more than $27 million in environmental research each year with the help of its approximately 400 research faculty and support staff. The informational research page of the main Web site offers descriptions; publications; links; and other relevant facts...
View Resource EPA: Draft Report on the Environment Technical Document

The Draft Report on the Environment, from the Environmental Protection Agency, "describes current national environmental conditions and trends using existing data and indicators, identifies data gaps and research needs, and discusses the challenges government and our partners face in filling those gaps." The recently released online Draft Report on the Environment Technical Document "provides the...
View Resource e.hormone: Your Gateway to the Environment and Hormones

e.hormone serves as a "a hub of scientific and media information about environmental signaling." Hosted by the Center for Biomedical Research at Tulane and Xavier Universities, e.hormone is an excellent resource for keeping up with environmental hormone news and research from estrogen-mimicking compounds to mercury contamination and more. e.hormone offers research summaries, links to related news...
View Resource Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC)

With administrative offices in North America and Europe, the non profit Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) was founded in 1979 to serve as a forum for individuals and institutions partaking in environmental issues, education, and research. At this Web site, professionals can discover employment opportunities that are committed to ethical professional conduct. Potential...
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