Teaching Module for
Biology of Invertebrates 232
This page serves as a link to major biological servers that deal with Invertebrate Biology.
If you are new to the World Wide Web, everything that is blue and underlined can be used to connect
to sites around the world. All you have to do is point your cursor on the word(s) and single click.
This page is quite lengthy right now, so take some time to look through it and decide what serves as good resources and what doesn't and e-mail your lab instructor with your thoughts.
Table of Contents
WWW sites dealing with pests
Insect information from different countries
Government servers dealing with insects
California Academy of Sciences
(includes some images of
their research collections)
Colorado State's Entomology WWW server
University Insect Collection
Life: a Phylogenetic Browser for WWW
- Live Access to Climate Data from the Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, Seattle provides on-the-fly browsing, visualization, and retrieval of climate data.
- Catalogue of the Benthic Marine Algae of the Indian Ocean contains all published records of benthic marine algae from the Indian Ocean excluding the Red Sea. They are assembled in a catalogue with the taxa arranged according to an assumed phylogenetic scheme to the rank of order.
- Scripps Institution of Oceanography a part of the University of California, San Diego, is one of the oldest, largest, and most important centers for marine science research and graduate training in the world.
- University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute is part of a national network of 29 university-based programs of research, outreach, and education dedicated to the protection and sustainable use of the United States' ocean and Great Lakes resources.
- Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is the largest independent marine science research facility in the United States. It is dedicated to the study of all aspects of marine science and to the education of marine scientists.
Gopher and WWW: Publications
Images of Insects and Related Arthropods
Here's a link to useful biological servers around the world.
Comments and Suggestions are welcome.
Maintained by Ronnie Yehemail@example.com
Last modified: Wednesday, 07-Aug-1996 16:14:58 CDT