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View Resource Monarch Watch: Dedicated to Education, Conservation and Research

Monarch Watch contains information on monarch butterfly natural history and research, with an emphasis on opportunities for amateur and professional involvement in monarch monitoring and conservation. This site adds an important new avenue for collaboration between professional and amateur entomologists in the growing field of insect conservation.
View Resource Society for Conservation Biology

This searchable jobs listing, provided by the Society for Conservation Biology, is the place to start searching for positions at all levels from activitsts to field and laboratory assistants to professors. An excellent feature of this site is the collection of links to related jobs listing services including: The Chronicle of Higher Education,Science magazine, Environmental Careers World,...
View Resource Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment

Since the days when John Muir walked across its campus, there has been a keen interest in the environment at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. The Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment keeps this tradition alive through its different projects and publications. Perhaps the best part of the site is the Atlas of the Biosphere, which contains numerous maps documenting...
View Resource New England Chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology

The New England Chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology (NESCB) is composed of conservation researchers, students, and educators working to promote environmental planning and the conservation of species and habitats. The NESCB website contains an updated News page, and copies of the NESCB tri-annual online publication, _Conservation Perspectives_, from 1999 to the present. The site is...
View Resource Society for Conservation Biology

Founded in 1985, the "Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) is an international professional organization dedicated to promoting the scientific study of phenomena that affect the maintenance, loss, and restoration of biological diversity." Online services provided by SCB include a great conservation jobs database; a bulletin board for conservation-related postings; listings for educational...
View Resource Monarch Watch (Last reviewed in the September 17, 1997 edition of the Scout Report)

Monarch Watch is a research program based at the University of Kansas and its goal is to encourage citizen scientists of all ages to help in Monarch conservation efforts. Visitors interested in participating in the conservation efforts will not only find tagging activities, in which more than 100,000 children and adults participate every fall, but also projects that teach about providing food and...