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View Resource The Secret World of Sharks and Rays

The PBS television series Nature recently explored the "mystery shrouding fascinating -- and often fearsome -- creatures" in "The Secret World of Sharks and Rays." This companion Web site offers a number of online features, including feature articles on recreational shark diving, shark and ray diversity, and more. The site also provides a video preview of the program, featuring a segment on the...

http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/the-secret-world-of-sharks-an...
View Resource VCSU Macro-Invertebrate Lab: Digital Key to Aquatic Insects of North Dakota

This well-illustrated key to the aquatic insects of North Dakota comes courtesy of the macroinvertebrate lab at Valley City State University and the North Dakota Department of Health. Intended as a tool for regional biomonitoring programs, this key is quite easy to use and contains loads of extra information not normally found in traditional dichotomous keys. The site includes lists, keys, and...

http://www.waterbugkey.vcsu.edu/
View Resource Aquaculture Network Information Center

Given the declining schools of fish in many of the world's oceans, interest in aquaculture has grown exponentially in the past few years. The Aquaculture Network Information Center (ANIC) serves as an electronic gateway to thousands of online aquaculture-related resources, and is hosted by Purdue University and the University of Illinois through the Illinois - Indiana Sea Grant College Program....

https://gcmd.nasa.gov/records/GCMD_USDA0108.html
View Resource Okhotskia: International Sakhalin Island Project

This website presents the International Sakhalin Island Project (ISIP), "an international collaboration of American, Russian, and Japanese scientists to survey the plants, lichens, mosses, liverworts, fungi, insects, spiders, freshwater and terrestrial mollusks, freshwater fishes, amphibians, and reptiles of Sakhalin Island." The website was developed primarily "to provide easy access to project...

http://www.burkemuseum.org/static/okhotskia/isip/