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Australia

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View Resource Environment Australia

The Department of Environment and Heritage Web site, Environment Australia, gives an overview of environmental concerns of the country. Topics covered include the atmosphere, biodiversity, coasts and oceans, inland waters, land management, meteorology, and more. The site gives an interesting look into the unique problems and concerns that Australia is faced with and what its governmental agencies...

http://www.environment.gov.au/
View Resource The Department of Immigration and Border Protection

Australia continues to be a popular choice for immigrants from all over the world, particularly from surrounding areas, such as parts of Asia and Europe. This site is the official online presence of the Australian government's Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs. Not surprisingly, the site offers information about visiting Australia, studying in Australia, working in...

https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/
View Resource Australian Biological Resources Study: Flora Online

The Australian Biological Resources Study (ABRS) provides a bounty of biological and taxonomic information regarding Australian plant and fungi species. Acting as a clearinghouse for online information about plants and fungi, ABRS connects to such resources as the Flora of Australia Online, Checklist of Australian Lichens, Interactive Catalogue of Australian Fungi, Census of Freshwater Algae in...

http://www.environment.gov.au/biodiversity/abrs/online-resou...
View Resource Uncommon Lives

The Uncommon Lives series on the National Archives of Australia website takes an approach to Australian history that not only encompasses the well-known history-makers, but also lesser known people's role in shaping Australian history. One of the stated goals of the Uncommon Lives series is to show how amateur historians and researchers alike can use the archives to find biographical resources....

http://uncommonlives.naa.gov.au/