following links provide useful information about and for the marine
environment. This collection is being continuously updated so
check back often.
the most up-to-date marine information, register
to the MID-C data search system.
resources, hazards, and management
Service monitors sea ice conditions in Canadian waters through
aircraft reconnaissance and remote satellite technology.
a Sea Grant-sponsored resource site for information about coastal
natural hazards including hurricanes, earthquakes, floods and
Sea Grant Marine Education Programs
Education Resources, for teachers, students and the public.
Bridge, a selection of the best sites for marine education,
designed for teachers. Lesson plans, on-line expeditions and publications,
real data, etc.
New Millennium Observatory. Join scientists on actual cruises
to explore the ocean floor off Oregon's Pacific coast. Curriculum,
lesson plans and student interaction.
resources for teachers, from the Oregon Department of Education
Marine Careers site, an on-line version of Sea Grant's popular
Marine Careers Guide.
a "virtual university project" in the marine sciences
at the University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and
Pegasus Project, a "virtual voyage" of San Francisco Bay
2000: Voyage to the Deep. Join the crew of the submersible
Alvin exploring hydrothermic vents off the coast of Mexico.
System Science Education Resources
Field Guide, an award-winning public television series about
the natural world