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Marine Biology Links    

General Information

Florida Museum of Natural History - Resources pertaining to ichthyology

MarineBio - Information on marine creatures, conservation, and research

Vancouver Aquarium Aquafacts - Frequently asked questions about the marine environment

Fishbase - Global information system on fishes

Guidebook - Finding an Animal Career Path

Government Agencies, Research Institutions, & Professional Societies

American Elasmobranch Society - Advancing the study of sharks, skates, rays, and chimaeras

American Fisheries Society - Advancing fisheries and aquatic science

International Sea turtle Society - Online resources in support of sea turtle conservation & research

Mote Marine Laboratory - Dedicated to excellence in marine sciences

National Association of Marine Laboratories
 - Representing marine and Great Lakes laboratories 

National Marine Fisheries Service - Dedicated to the stewardship of living marine resources 

National Marine Mammal Laboratory - Conducting research on marine mammals worldwide

NOAA Fisheries - Dedicated to protecting and preserving our nation's living marine resources

National Sea Grant College Program - Encourages the wise stewardship of our marine resources

Society for Marine Mammalogy - Advancing the study of marine mammals

TAMU Department of Oceanography - Teaching through research

TAMU Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences - Ecology, management & conservation

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department - Managing the natural and cultural resources of Texas

Marine Conservation

Marine Conservation Biology Institute - Science & conservation advocacy

Ocean Conservancy - Advocates for wild, healthy oceans

Oceana - Building an international movement to save the world's oceans

Pew Oceans Commission - Connecting People and Science to sustain Marine Life

SeaWeb - Raising awareness of the world ocean and the life within it

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