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Sea Grant, a partnership between U.S. universities and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), has funded research since 1966. The searchable NSGL database, consisting of over 30,000 bibliographic records of Sea Grant funded research, enables you to retrieve citations, abstracts and some full-text. The database is updated monthly. "These documents cover a wide variety of subjects, including oceanography, marine education, aquaculture, fisheries, limnology, coastal zone management, marine recreation and law."
Includes information about the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service's coastal conservation and endangered species programs, fisheries and habitat conservation, national wetlands inventory, and other areas where the Service is active.
The mission of Woods Hole, the largest independent oceanographic institution in the world, "is to develop and effectively communicate a fundamental understanding of the processes and characteristics governing how the oceans function and how they interact with Earth as a whole." The WHOI website consists of 3 major sections: a general institution website, research and marine operations, and educational opportunities. Also worth noting are the numerous bibliographies on fisheries (e.g. Early Life History of Fishes), marine mammals (e.g. Small Cetaceans), and other marine environment topics (e.g. George's Bank) maintained by the Marine Biological Laboratory/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute Library.
Self-described as "one of the oldest, largest, and most important centers for marine science research, graduate training, and public service in the world," Scripps maintains a website that includes: research overviews; expedition photographs; and a selection of current articles from Scripps' quarterly magazine Explorations.
AGRICOLA, the online catalog for the National Agricultural Library (NAL), also provides a means of accessing agricultural information from around the world. The "Books" search contains references to books and other materials in the NAL library but the "Articles" search includes citations, abstracts, and links to online full-text where available. Some of the allied disciplines covered in AGRICOLA include aquaculture and fisheries, and earth and environmental sciences.