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Marine Bio Camp means muddy hands, tempting seafood - Carroll County Times


Carroll County Times
The day in Solomons started with a snack overlooking the Patuxent River and the Rachel Carson — the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science's flagship research vessel. “That's definitely a squid,” said Tre Williams, a 15-year-old from ...

Meet the Woman Making Ants the Next Big Thing in Biology - National Geographic


National Geographic
... their social interactions, and their evolutionary success. More broadly, Moreau's work might indirectly help us develop tools to answer bigger biological questions: how to control pests, how to promote helpful species, how to improve digestion and ...

NSF awards $6.4 million grant to Sevilleta Long-Term Ecological Research drylands site - National Science Foundation (press release)


National Science Foundation (press release)
To discover how environmental change is affecting dryland ecosystems, the National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a five-year, $6.4 million grant in new support of the Sevilleta Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) site in central New Mexico.

Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge

Denver - United States

Description of the refuge located in Maine and biographical information.

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Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge
United States

Located in Wells, ME, the refuge is part of a wetland acquisition program to preserve valuable wildlife habitat along waterfowl migration routes.

National Wildlife: How Rachel Carson Helped Save the Brown Pelican
United States

Tells how the coastal brown pelican survived as a result of Carson's success in warning of pesticides' danger to wildlife. From National Wildlife magazine.

National Humanities Center: Rachel Carson and the Awakening of Environmental Consciousness
United States

Biographer Linda Lear discusses Carson's role in the modern environmental movement.

National Wildlife Refuge System
United States
Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge
United States

Learn about the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge that was established in 1936 to preserve the 438,000 acre Okefenokee Swamp.

National Wildlife Refuge System
United States

Detailed information on all aspects of refuge management in the USA. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)

Desert National Wildlife Refuge Complex
United States

Contains information, maps, and pictures for Ash Meadows, Desert Range, Moapa Valley, and Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuges.

The Diatoms of Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge
United States

Photographic study by David B. Richman of the diatoms living in lakes in this high-gypsum environment.

John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum
United States

Preserves Pennsylvania's largest freshwater tidal marsh.

Friends of Parker River National Wildlife Refuge
United States

Dedicated to fostering public understanding and appreciation of the Refuge.