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The Mass Extinction at the End of the Permian
The Mass Extinction at the End of the Triassic
Biotic Recoveries from Mass Extinctions
! Teaching Documents about Evolution@
Focused on the Evolution of Plants@
! Teaching Documents about Mass Extinction@
Teaching Documents about Palaeobotany@
Teaching Documents about Palaeontology and Palaeoecology@
Databases focused on Palaeobotany and Palaeontology@
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Glossaries, Dictionaries and Encyclopedias: Palaeontology@
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Home / Evolution & Extinction / Web Sites about Evolution


Categories
Web Sites about Mass Extinctions
The Mass Extinction at the End of the Permian
The Mass Extinction at the End of the Triassic
Biotic Recoveries from Mass Extinctions
! Teaching Documents about Evolution@
Focused on the Evolution of Plants@
Teaching Documents about Palaeobotany@
Teaching Documents about Palaeontology and Palaeoecology@
Databases focused on Palaeobotany and Palaeontology@
Databases focused on Botany and Biology@
Glossaries, Dictionaries and Encyclopedias: Palaeontology@
Glossaries, Dictionaries and Encyclopedias: Biology@


Web Sites about Evolution

John Alroy, Smithsonian Institution´s Department of Paleobiology: Lefalophodon: A History of Evolutionary Biology Web Site. This page is an informal guide to the history of evolutionary biology from about 1800 to about 1950.

Division of Biological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin: Ecology and Evolution Lecture Outlines

Harvey E. Ballard and Gar W. Rothwell, (Seminar Coordinators), Department of Environmental and Plant Biology, Ohio University, Athens: Evolutionary Ecology. With contributions of Ross McCauley, Carrie Railing, Lili Liu, Jim Spurney, Amy Falder.

BBC Education: Evolution Webseite.

Jeffrey Bell and David Wood, Biology Department, California State University, Chico: Evolution Sites on the Web.

Keith Bennett, Uppsala University, Sweden (hosted by the Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge): Palaeoecology and Evolutionary Biology. This page lists some useful WWW sites, containing material available for research in palaeoecology, plant evolution, techniques in these and other disciplines.

Boston Review: Articles on Evolution.

Richard L. Coren, Electrical and computer engineering, Drexel University, Philadelphia (hosted by BioMedNet Ltd): The Global View of Evolution.

Richard Cowen, Department of Geology, University of California, Davis: Studying Evolution. Mini-essays and sub-sections concerning evolution.

Funded by the National Science Foundation and hosted by Indiana University: ENSIWEB - Evolution and Nature of Science. ENSIWEB is a collection of classroom lessons to help biology teachers more effectively teach basic concepts in the areas of evolution and the nature of science. See the EVOLUTION LESSONS.

European Society for Evolutionary Biology

Evolutionary Theory Outreach Group. An organization and large discussion group dedicated to promoting the biological sciences and evolutionary theory.

Adam Fagen, Biological Laboratories, Harvard University, The World Wide Web Virtual Library: Evolution (Biosciences)

Robert P. Gendron, Biology Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA: Evolution on the Web for Biology Students. An annotated directory. u!

Green Plant Phylogeny Research Coordination Group. Understanding the Diversity of Plants. The purpose of the "Green Plant Phylogeny Research Coordination Group" is to facilitate or initiate interaction between distinct research groups that have independent foci yet entail some aspect of green plant phylogeny or systematics. Visit the Phylogenetics Resources.

Harcourt, Inc.: Academic Press Dictionary of Science and Technology, Evolution , and Paleontology.

Wolfango Horn, Biologist´s Assistant: Evolution.

The International Willi Hennig Society: Courses in Systematics and Phylogeny from around the world. World-wide teaching in cladistics.

M. Alan Kazlev, Kheper website, Australia: Evolution, Different Evolutionary Hypotheses, and Evolution. Go to: Biological Evolution.

Kerry S. Kilburn, Department of Biological Sciences, Old Dominion University, Norfolk: Evolution. Syllabus, study guides, and links to related materials.

Carlos Lara-Moreno: Population Biology, Evolution & Biomath Educational Index. Internet guide to education-oriented resources for population genetics, population ecology, evolution, and biomathematics.

Edward Lipson, Physics Department, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY: Science for the 21 Century, Evolution vs. Creationism. A collection of links.

Edward Lipson, Physics Department, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY: Science for the 21 Century, Lecture 21 — Evolution 1, Lecture 22 — Evolution 2, or Lecture 23 — Evolution 3. Lecture slides.

W. Maddison and D. Maddison, University of Arizona: Mesquite. A modular system for evolutionary analysis. To analyze data for evolutionary patterns, biologists are relying increasingly on specialized software. Mesquite, a Java-based software, allow many programmers to contribute building blocks to a common system with platform independence.

Nearctica.com: Evolution.

Dan Nickrent and Karen Renzaglia, Department of Plant Biology, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale: Land Plants Online. The goal for LPO is to bring together, from a variety of disciplines, the available information on evolutionary relationships in land plants. Go to: ! Links to Other Sites Related to Plant Evolution. Excellent!

James L. Reveal, Paul J. Bottino and Charles F. Delwiche, Department of Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics, University of Maryland: The 1858 Darwin-Wallace Paper.

Patrick Phillips and Andrew Stewart, University of Texas, Arlington, The Evolution and Population Genetics Educational Database (EP-GED): EP-GED Resources.

Michon Scott: Biographies. Biographies of some of the people whose work has led to what we know today in palaeontology and evolution.

Eugenie Scott, National Center for Science Education, BioForum, Access Excellence: Evolution.

Moderator: Eugenie Scott, (National Center for Science Education), Access Excellance, BioForum 2: Evolution. BioForum is a series of lectures, presented by California Academy of Sciences, in which scientists share their research results with high school biology teachers.

Charles H. Smith, Western Kentucky University: The Alfred Russel Wallace Page. Wallace is recognized as one of history's most important naturalists (as the "other man") in the development of the theory of natural selection. Full-text of some of Wallace's published writings and full-text of some interviews Wallace gave.

Stanley C. Spencer: Evolution Update. The latest news, feature articles, and books in evolutionary biology. See also: Bioinformatics/Evolution/Systematics Links.

The Talk.Origins Archive: Talk.origins is a Usenet newsgroup devoted to the discussion and debate of biological and physical origins. This archive is a collection of articles and essays, most of which have appeared in talk.origins.

WGBH Educational Foundation, Boston, and Clear Blue Sky Productions, Inc. (PPS): Evolution. "Evolution-Deep Time" uses Flash animations in a timeline bar to summarize significant events in geologic history. Pass your cursor over an event and an image and accompanying description appear. To get to this section, click on "skip intro" located on the upper right hand portion of the page. Better navigating from the site map. See also "About the Evolution TV Series". Watch show preview in QuickTime or RealPlayer.

Jay Withgott, Issue 60 of HMS Beagle, BioMedNet Ltd. Teaching and Timing Evolution. The Evolution '99 meeting discussed the need to teach evolution effectively in the face of some significant resistance.

The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, Princeton, NewJersey: The Woodrow Wilson National Leadership Program in Biology, 1995 - Evolution. The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation administers education programs at all levels. Among them is the National Leadership Program for Teachers (NLPT), which is the umbrella title for the precollege teacher programs. In 1995 the subject was evolution, with a focus on how evolutionary thinking provides a context for understanding biological phenomena at many levels of organization--molecular and cellular, organismal, population and ecosystem.

YAHOO: Science > Biology > Evolution.










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