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Annotated Palaeontology and Evolution Links

Andrew Alden, Geology, About.com: Paleontology .

Amazing Environmental Organization WebDirectory. Earth's Biggest Environment Search Engine. Go to: Paleontology.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists: Gateways to other geoscience related sites.

BBC Online, BBC Education, London: The Essential Guide to Rocks. Palaeontology Links.

Museum of Paleontology (UCMP), University of California, Berkeley: Paleontology Resources, and Paleontological Collection Catalogs and Related Resources. Updated within the last 6 month.

The Museum of Paleontology (UCMP), University of California at Berkeley: Frequently Asked Questions about Paleontology, Where are some other WWW servers dealing with paleontology?

Simon Biggs: Fossil Collections of the World. This excellent page is a motherlode of geoscience links, including links to famous fossil sites, collectors and collections. Not updated for a long time.

The BioFinder. BioFinder is the successor website of "Web Starting Points for Biologists". This project was initiated by Dr. Kurt Stüber, Max-Planck-Institut für Züchtungsforchung in Cologne, Germany and by Prof. Dr. K.-F. Fischbach, (Institute for Biology III, Freiburg), and much help of others. Go to Paleontology.

BIOSIS, Internet Resource Guide for Zoology: Palaeontology. Updated within the last 6 month. Excellent!

Blue Web´n Applications: Paleontology. Annotated hotlist of sites (including ratings). Updated within the last 6 month.

Goran Bogicevic, Department of Regional Geology and Palaeontology, Faculty of Mininig and Geology at Belgrade, Yugoslavia: Boggy´s Links to Fossil Plants.

Filippo Bonechi, Corso Flaccomio, Lorenzo Gianangeli and Riccardo Martelli, Italy: Geologia.com, Paleontology.

BUBL Information Service, Andersonian Library, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland: Browse by Subject. A national information service for the higher education community.

John C. Butler, Department of Geosciences, University of Houston, Texas: Historical Geology and Paleontology Resources. Updated within the last 6 month.

Laurel Bybell, USGS: Paleontology at the U.S. Geological Survey. This page provides a selection of links to other World Wide Web sites dealing with Paleontology and related disciplines. Updated within the last 6 month.

California State University Stanislaus: CSUBIOWEB - Califormia State University Biology Science WebServer. Choose "Paleontology", and submit query. Updated within the last 6 month.

Richard Cowen, Department of Geology, University of California, Davis: Web pages for Chapters in History of Life. A link collection.

The CTI Geo-Information Gateway, CTI Centre for Geography, Geology and Meteorology, University of Leicester: An academic resource for finding and indexing on-line Geo-Information. Go to Geology and Paleontology. Updated within the last 6 month.

Billy de Klerk, The Palaeontological Society of Southern Africa: Links to South African and Other Palaeontology Sites.

Ed DeRouin, Fossil web: Links.

Dictionary.com, Web Directory: Top / Science / Earth Sciences / Paleontology.

Direct Hit: Paleontology.

Funded by the National Science Foundation and hosted by Indiana University: ENSIWEB - Evolution and Nature of Science. See the ADDITIONAL RESOURCES, Useful Links (with annotations).

Debbie Eriksen, Biological Sciences Liaison Librarian, Philippa Stevens, Badham Librarian, University of Sydney Library: Nomenclature, Evolution, Phylogeny & Taxonomy. Go to: Evolution & Palaeobiology. Updated within the last 6 month.

Paul D. Farrar, Ocean Projects Department, Naval Oceanographic Office, Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis, MS: Datasync > Home Page > Earth Science > Paleontology and Palynology. Updated within the last 6 month.

Fabio Felicetti, Rome: Paleoweb.

Helen Fisher and John Rostron, (Biodiversity) Palaeobiology Research Unit (PRU), University of East London: Internet Biodiversity Service. This Internet Biodiversity Service gives access to information about biological systematics, ecology and evolution. Navigate through one of these four pathways: Taxonomy (Names and hierarchies of taxa from five Kingdoms, their descriptions and illustrations), Presentations (Databases can be searched), and Related Links (Enviromental information that is available over the Web), including PALAEONTOLOGY.

FossilSpain. A Spanish portal site about palaeontology.

Paleontology Division, Geological Association of Canada: Links to sites of paleontological interests.

Worth Publishers,Geologylink, Chapter 8b: A Brief History of Earth and Its Life Forms. Ecellent links, e.g. Lecture Links, Related Links, News & Current Events, Organizations and Magazines and a Chapter Glossary.

GeoNord, Sweden: Fossil Links.

Google Web Directory: Science, Earth Sciences, Paleontology.

Joseph Hall: Paleontologica. For those people who are interested in the field of Palentology.

Peta Hill, Department of Archaeology & Natural History, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, Canberra: Some useful archaeological and palaeoecological related WWW sites. Updated within the last 6 month.

Hotbot: Science & Technology/ Earth Sciences/ Paleontology.

Denis Hsiung: Les Fossiles, and Liens (in French).

Hubat Inc.: Paleontology, and Phylogenetic Biology.

Illinois State Geological Survey, Champaign, Illinois: Paleontology Links Provide information about Collecting and Localities, Databases, General Links, Paleobotany, Publications, Societies, Professional Organizations, etc. Not updated for a long time.

The Internet Public Library: Sciences & Technology, Paleontology. Paleontology reference. Updated within the last 6 month.

M. Alan Kazlev, Kheper website, Australia: Palaeontology.

Glen J. Kuban, North Royalton: K-Paleo Kuban´s Paleo Place. This site is intended as a springboard to web sites and other internet resources on fossils, dinosaurs, paleontology, natural history, and related topics.

Paleontological Institute, University of Kansas, Lawrence: Links to External Sites, and visit the Online Resources.

The Paleontological Research Institution (PRI), Ithaca, NY: Links.

Reinhold Leinfelder (Palaeontology and Geobiology Munich), the Paläontologische Gesellschaft e.V.: www.palaeo.de. The German science portal for palaeontology, geobiology, biodiversity, Geology and more.

Reinhold Leinfelder, Institute, States Collections, and Museum of Palaeontology and Historical Geology, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich: www.palaeo.de. The (Palaeo)-Environmental Information Server. A service for palaeontologists, geologists, biologists, teachers, students and everybody interested. See also: The www.palaeo.de-GEOPAL-LINKS . With notation of new entries.

The Librarians' Index to the Internet (LII). Administered by the California State Librarian. LII is meant to be used by both librarians and non-librarians as a reliable and efficient guide to described and evaluated Internet resources. Go to: Paleontology.

LinkExchange Surf Point (LinkExchange is part of MSN): Science & Technology, Earth Sciences, Paleontology.

Logabook GmbH, Buchhandel und Verlag, Köln, Germany: Die Link-Seite. German specific Earth Science link page (in German).

Looksmart Sciences: Paleontology. Select in the column on the right hand side.

Lycos.de. Wissenschaft und Technik > Geologie und Paläontologie. Updated within the last 6 month.

Russ McCarty, Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida, Gainesville: Paleontological Resources for Fossil Collectors.

N. MacLeod, PaleoNet. PaleoNet is a system of listservers, www pages, and ftp sites designed to enhance electronic communication among paleontologists. See also: http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/Paleonet/

Geological Sciences, University of Manitoba, Geoscience Servers of Interest: Paleontology Resources.

Carlos Marques da Silva, Geology Department, University of Lisbon: Hot Paleo Links.

Susan Martin, Library, Science Team, University of Plymouth: WWW LINKS FOR GEOLOGISTS. See: Palaeontology/Stratigraphy. Not updated for a long time.

MCM CyberMines: Dutch Palaeontology Webite, Links to other paleontology related sites on the Web. Updated within the last 6 month.

MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching): MERLOT is a free and open resource designed primarily for faculty and students in higher education. Go to: Evolution.

Metacrawler: Science / Earth Sciences / Paleontology.

MSN (Microsoft Corporation). Similar to Inktomi (HotBot): Web Directory, Library, Sciences, Earth & Environment, Geology, Paleontology.

The National Science Foundation (NSF). NSF is an independent agency of the U.S. Government. NSF's mission is to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; and to secure the national defense. Go to: Geoscience.

The Natural History Museum, London: Palaeontology Information Sources. See also: Natural History on the WWW, Palaeontology Information Sources.

The Natural History Museum, London: Biome. BIOME offers free access to a searchable catalogue of Internet sites and resources covering the health and life sciences. Natural Selection. Natural Selection is a gateway to quality, evaluated Internet resources in the natural world.

Nearctica.com: Paleontology.

Nerd World, SCIENCES Site Map. See: PALEONTOLOGY, or EVOLUTION. Updated within the last 6 month.

NewScientist, Planet Science. Hot Internet Issues and Cool Sites, Paleontology. Visit the Planet Science Archive or search by search engine. Updated within the last 6 month.

Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen, GEOGUIDE, Special Subject Guides: Subject Guide Geo. Go to: Palaeontology, Historical Geology, Stratigraphy. Updated within the last 6 month. Excellent!

The North American Micropaleontology Section (NAMS) of the Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM): Links.

Oingo: Science> Earth Sciences> Paleontology

Daniel Oswald, SCIENCE POWER 2000, Natural Science: Paleontology. Science Education Site for Teachers & Students.

Joseph F. Pachut, Department of Geology, Indiana University, Purdue University at Indianapolis: Paleobiology Topics, and The Paleobiology Laboratory.

Palaeontologia Electronica: Annotated Web Sites, and Web Site Reviews: Paleontological Web Sites, or via Zürich. These reviews of web sites are indexed by fossil group, by geologic age, by viewpoint, and by the date they are posted or revised here - so that users can know what has been added or updated since their last visit. Updated within the last 6 month.

Paleotax Verlag Dresden, Germany: Helpful links. Updated within the last 6 month.

PaleoNet (from Argentina). A new site on palaeontology (in Spanish).

PaleoPages. Web links dedicated to palaeontology. Updated within the last 6 month.

Paleontological Research Institution (PRI), Ithaca, New York: Paleontology. Links to valuable resources pertaining to paleontology and other related fields at various locations around the world. See also the PRI Hotlist, selected resources in paleontology and earth science.

The Paläontologische Gesellschaft, Germany: Paläontologisch interessante Links (in German). Updated within the last 6 month.

The Free Library of Philadelphia, Philadelphia: Paleontology, Paleozoology, and Paleobotany.

Roy E. Plotnick, The Paleontological Society: Links to other paleontology resources.

Inez Ramsey, Library Science, James Madison University: Paleontology Resources for K-12.

Joan Reitz, Library, Western Connecticut State University: Life Sciences Internet Resources, Paleontology. Not updated for a long time.

SciCentral (by SciQuest.com): A gateway to scientific resources and news. Go to: Evolution, Anthropology and Paleontology.

SciCentral, Index. Go to: Evolution and Paleontology.

SciSeek: Earth Sciences > Paleontology.

Department of Paleobiology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC: Links & Resources.

ScienceWeb: Paleontology and Evolution News. Obviously out of work (?).

Hans Steur, Ellecom, The Netherlands: Hans´ Paleobotany Pages, Links.

J. Stolarski, Institute of Paleobiology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warszawa, Poland: Hot Paleo Links. Updated within the last 6 month.

Paul K. Strother, Weston Observatory of Boston College, Department of Geology & Geophysics, Weston: WWW Resources. Updated within the last 6 month.

studentadvantage.com: Paleontology. Sit back and wait. Updated within the last 6 month.

American Computer Resources, Inc., StudyWEB: Paleontology

. Study WEB was created to provide fast and easy access to a wide variety of research-quality information via the Internet. Links to educational institutions, non-profit organizations, and other education related sites are provided. See also: Historical Geology. An annotated and rated link directory.

Prem Subrahmanyam, Graphic Design: Beneath the Calamites Tree, Other Paleontology Related Links.

Ellen Thomas, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut: Biological Diversity and Evolution through Time, and General resources on the web. Lecture notes ("notes") and palaeontological internet links.

Section for Biosystematic Documentation, University of Ulm: Palaeontology. Updated within the last 6 month.

UniGuide, Academic Guide to the Internet (from Aldea Communications, Carlsbad, California: Geosciences, Geology and Paleontology. UniGuide focuses exclusively on the interests of the higher education research and education communities.

US Dept. of Commerce, Washington, DC; SciTechResources.Gov. Provides the scientist, engineer, and science aware citizen with easy access to US government resources. Thousands of web sites have been reviewed. Excellent!

Laurel Bybell and Dave Govoni, U.S. Geological Survey: Paleontology at the U.S. Geological Survey, and Selected Non-USGS Paleontology Resources on the World Wide Web. This page provides a selection of links to other World Wide Web sites dealing with paleontology and related disciplines. Updated within the last 6 month.

Utah Geological Survey: Geologic Web Sites. Go to Paleontology & Radiocarbon Labs.

Phillip Ingram, The VIRTUAL EARTH A tour of the world wide web for earth scientists (long list!). See the Paleontology and Museum Displays. Not updated for a long time.

Ian West, Department of Geology, University of Southampton: West´s Geology Directory. West´s is a large classified directory of numerous geological links. Topics include Palaeontology, Stratigraphy and Earth History, and Sedimentology.

Mark A. Wilson, Department of Geology, College of Wooster, OH: History of Life. Annotated links to internet resources. Actually designed as a supplement for the Fall 1999 History of Life course at the College of Wooster.

Peter Wood, Dept. of Earth Sciences at the University of Manchester: Internet Resources for Earth and Environmental Scientists. Web page gives information about internet resource listings and reviews, guide to the internet for earth and environmental scientists, and internet usuage by earth and environmental scientists - survey results. Explore the Palaeontology Internet Resources.

YAHOO, Paleontology, Evolution, and Earth Sciences.
YAHOO Asia, Paleontology, Evolution, and Earth Sciences.
YAHOO Australia & NZ, Paleontology, Evolution, and Earth Sciences.
YAHOO Brazil, Paleontologia, Botânica, and Geociências.
YAHOO Canada, Paleontology, Evolution, and Earth Sciences.
YAHOO Danmark, Evolution, and Geovidenskab.
YAHOO Deutschland, Geowissenschaften, and Paläontologie.
YAHOO France, Paléontologie, Évolution, and Sciences de la Terre.
YAHOO Hong Kong, Paleontology, Evolution, and Earth Sciences.
YAHOO Italia, Paleontologia, and Scienze della terra.
YAHOO en Espagñol (South America), Paleontología, Evolución, and Ciencias terrestres.
YAHOO España, Paleontología, Evolución, and Ciencias terrestres.
YAHOO Norge, Paleontologi, Evolusjon, and Geovitenskap.
YAHOO Singapore, Paleontology, Evolution, and Earth Sciences.
YAHOO Sverige, Paleontologi, Evolution, and Geovetenskap.
YAHOO United Kingdom & Ireland, Paleontology, Evolution, and Earth Sciences.













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Armando G. Amador, Illinois State Museum: LINKS OF INTEREST IN PALEONTOLOGY. Updated within the last 6 month.

Raymond Thaddeus C. Ancog, Mines and Geosciences Bureau, Department of Environment and Natural Resources: Links to pages about paleontology. Updated within the last 6 month.

Keith Bennett, Uppsala University, Sweden: Quaternary Geology: links. This page lists some useful WWW and newsgroup sites, containing material available for research in Quaternary geology, including palaeoecology, plant evolution, techniques in these and other disciplines, and some more general sites to facilitate searching.

C. Blaiotta, F. Miceli, V. Lupiano, Area della Ricerca di Cosenza: Geologia, Paleontologia.

The British Micropalaeontological Society (BMS). Micropalaeontological Web Sites.

Bushnet, Australia: Earth Science Australia. See Palaeontology and Fossils.

P. Domínguez Alonso, Departamento de Paleontología, Universidad Complutense de Madrid: ENLACES WWW. Updated within the last 6 month.

Earth Science Australia. Onsite Resources, Go to: Great Earth Science Links, and Palaeontology / Fossils. Updated within the last 6 month.

Donna Eaves: GeoSeek. A directory of the geo- and earth sciences. The index features government agencies, employment opportunities, news, education, and more. Go to: Paleontology & Paleobotany.

The Evolution of Terrestrial Ecosystems Consortium (ETE). Other Web Resources for Paleobiology.

Adam Fagen, Biological Laboratories, Harvard University: The World Wide Web Virtual Library, Evolution (Biosciences). See Palaeontology and Natural History.

The Finnish Virtual Library, Jyväskylä University Library: Geologia. Go to: Paleontologia.

FósilNEWS, Chile. Paleontología en Internet. In Spain.

Fossil News: Favorite Links.

Lyall I. Anderson, University of Aberdeen: Fossil Surgery: Palaeontological sites.

galaxy: Paleontology.

Michael T. Garrison: Websurfer´s Biweekly Earth Sciences Review, Paleontology and Fossils.

David G. Green, Johnstone Centre, Charles Sturt University: Paleo Life.

Alva Hobom, The Palaeoecology Research Group, School of Geography & the Environment, Oxford University: Useful Links for Palaeoecologists. Updated within the last 6 month.

International Palaeontologial Association (I.P.A.): Paleo Links.

Greg Livaudais: Greg´s Best Pick Fossil Pages.

LLEK.de Bookmarks: Paleontology. Palaeontology related catalogs of scientific search engines.

Mario Antonio Herrero Machado: GeoCab - Geologia en la WEB (Cordoba -Argentina), Paleontología.

James F. Mahaffy, Biology Department, Dordt College, Sioux Center, Iowa: Paleontology Links - 2000.

Jack D. Mount, Science-Engineering Library, University of Arizona, Tucson: PALEONTOLOGY & FOSSILS RESOURCES. Go to the Paleobotany & Palynology rubric.

Nicole Noonan, Washington State University: Paleontology. Not updated for a long time.

Palaeobiology As a Life Science (PALS): The Inevitable Links Page.

Paleo Mont, Collections, Education, and Research. See the Links to other Paleo Sites.

Paleontological Research Institution, West Hill, N.Y: Other Resources on the Web.

Ricardo Pasquali, PALEOLATINA, Buenos Aires, Argentina: ENLACES CON SITIOS DE PALEONTOLOGÍA. A palaeontological link list.

The Pennsylvania-New Jersey Ancient Earth Association (PANJAEA): Links.

Polyglot Paleontologist (actually an English translation site of Non-English vertebrate paleontological literature): Links of Interest.

Center for Conservation Biology Network, Rice University: The Virtual Library of Biodiversity and Ecology. See: History of life

SciStartPage.com. The start page to science on the web.

search.mlr.gov.cn (from China). Geosciences, Resources and Environmental Sciences >Geosciences >Paleontology.

Erick Jerome Swearengin, Utah: FOSSIL SITES. This is a "jumping off" point to other web sites, sorted by states and countries.

Institute of Palaeontology, University of Vienna: Links.

Lennart Widmark, Sweden: LW´s Geo Site: Paleontology. The first geological site in Sweden.

Stewart Wright´s paleontological page. Go to: PALEONTOLOGICAL SITE OF THE MONTH. See: stewart wright´s cooool sites. Updated within the last 6 month.

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich (ETH): Earth Sciences, Links to the Whole World, Paleontology and Micropaleontology.










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