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MarineBio

MarineBio serves the marine biology research community with a number of online resources. Visitors are invited to "find out about new species, get involved in ocean conservation, explore dynamic research or marine life news" and to generally take part in MarineBio's "evolving tribute to all ocean life." MarineBio offers a number of message boards for keeping up-to-date with developments in the...

https://marinebio.org/
Census of Marine Life

Three years into the most extensive biological inventory ever attempted, scientists working on the Census of Marine Life (CoML) have already found over 200,000 marine species -- just a fraction of what they expect to find at the end of this 10-year project. The CoML Web site "is designed to provide quick and easy access the all elements of the CoML and basic information about each element;"...

http://www.coml.org/
Ghent University: Marine Biology Section

This website features Ghent University's Marine Biology Section. The Section's homepage links to information on research, publications, section staff, and more. Involved in marine ecosystem research since the 1970s, some of the Marine Biology Section's current interests include: Atlantic Ocean Deep-sea Areas, Biology of the Antartic Meiobenthos, Ecology of Tropical Estuaries and Lagoons,...

https://www.marinebiology.ugent.be/
Marine Biological Laboratory

In 1888, the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) was started in Woods Hole, and since then it has served as a place for world-class biologists and ecologists to gather and work together. Their ambitions are very broad and admirable, and visitors should start by reading through the introduction in the "About MBL" section before looking around further. Most visitors will then want to go to the...

https://www.mbl.edu/
Deep below, a vibrant world is documented by the first comprehensive marine census

Marine Census Shows Vast Diversity of Sea Life http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704847104575532031662747228.html Biggest Marine Census Complete http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2010/10/101004-coml-complete-census-vin-video/ New Map Charts Troubled Status of Ocean Life http://www.dukenews.duke.edu/2010/10/ocean_map.html Census of Marine...

https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2010/1008
MarineBio

The tagline of the MarineBio site is "sharing the wonders of the ocean to inspire conservation, education, education, research, and a sea ethic." It's a well-thought out statement of purpose and direction, and they have a cornucopia of material on various marine species, ocean conservation, research projects, and habitat conservation. First-time visitors to the site will note that there are...

https://marinebio.org/
Oregon Institute of Marine Biology Slides & Photographs

Learning about the world of marine biology through a well-organized set of images can be quite revealing, and this digital collection from the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology is just right for the job. The collection includes over 7,000 images donated through the decades by faculty, students, visiting faculty, and those with "a passion for the local Coos Bay marine environment and the Oregon...

https://oregondigital.org/sets/oimb