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Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882

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View Resource On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or The Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life

Charles Darwin's contribution to our understanding of science has been called the single best idea anyone ever had. You can read about his ideas, where they originated, and how he supported them in the book that shifted paradigms and continues to stimulate research and debate. The full text is available at this site and is divided into chapters for easy access and reference.

http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/origin.html
View Resource Online Literature Library : Charles Darwin

While not offering new publications, this fun and handy resource does provide a glimpse into the possible future of libraries and publishing. literature.org has made available online four definitive volumes by Charles Darwin. These include The Voyage of the Beagle, The Origin of Species, The Origin of Species - 6th Edition, and The Descent of Man.

http://literature.org/authors/darwin-charles/
View Resource Evolution Website

The BBC offers this site as one of their newer online educational resources. Organized into nine sections, Evolution Website gives the viewer lessons of "4,000 million years crammed into one website." Sections include The Man And His Legacy (Charles Darwin), The Origin Online (full text of Darwin's famous publication), Bibliography (including electronic resources), Debate (contributions from an...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/darwin/index.shtml
View Resource Rochester Institute of Technology: Galapagos

This excellent site on the Galapagos Islands was developed by Dr. Robert Rothman, Biological Sciences Professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology. The site includes an informative Natural History section with features such as Formation of the Islands, Sea Birds, and Charles Darwin and the Galapagos Islands. Some of the Contents in the Natural History section are still evolving....

https://people.rit.edu/rhrsbi/GalapagosPages/NewGalapagos.ht...
View Resource Oxford University Museum of Natural History: Charles Darwin's Crustacea

This Oxford University Museum of Natural History online exhibit on Charles Darwin's Crustacea collection will be of interest to biological scientists, naturalists and Darwin enthusiasts. The site provides a How to Search Darwin's Crustacea Database page which explains, among other things, that searches can be conducted with one or more of the following fields: Scientific Name, Darwin's Diary...

www.oum.ox.ac.uk/learning/pdfs/darwin.pdf
View Resource The Complete Work of Charles Darwin

Dr. John van Wyhe certainly has his hands full with this tremendously helpful and compelling website. As a professor at Cambridge University, he has been behind the scenes here for a number of years, and even persons with only a cursory interest in the work of Charles Darwin will find that this site warrants several visits. As noted by the site's introduction, visitors can find all of Darwin's...

http://darwin-online.org.uk/