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American Oceans Campaign
An oceans advocacy non-profit organization which focuses on water/beach quality, fisheries and fish habitat, and marine sanctuaries.
Clean Ocean Action
Clean Ocean Action's goal is to improve the degraded water quality of the marine waters off the New Jersey/New York coast. Clean Ocean Action will identify the sources of pollution and mount an attack on each source by using research, public education, and citizen action to convince our public officials to enact and enforce measures which will clean up and protect our ocean
Coalition Clean Baltic
The main goal of CCB is the protection and improvement of the Baltic Sea environment and natural resources. CCB is gathering, producing and distributing information about environmental problems in the Baltic Sea Area.
Dauphin Island Sea Lab
The Dauphin Island Sea Lab is Alabama's marine research facility. Site has information about lab's college/university programs, Alabama's SEAS education curriculum, and conferences on marine environmental issues (conference on jellyfish blooms in January 2000).
European Matine Observation and Data Network
EMOFnet [ublic information about projects, including history, glossary, metadata, database, habitat maps, conferences, social media links and contacts for secretariat office in Oostende, Belgium.
Funding Opportunities for Coastal Managers
Directory of NOAA Coastal Services Center and other funding sources for coastal resource management, communities, and spatial information technologies.
National Ocean Service
Information on environmental monitoring, coastal monitoring and assessment, water quality, biodiversity, aeronautical chargting and cartography, nautical charting and cartography, national marine sanctuaries.
Ocean level rise - causes and possible solutions.
United Nations Atlas of the Oceans
Extensive information resource on the world's oceans, including geography, biology, physical dynamics, human uses of marine resources, and issues and concerns.
NYTimes.com - Litter-Faring Seafarers
Man-made junk, largely of plastic, accounts for up to four-fifths of the debris in the oceans. All that litter is providing more opportunities for marine organisms to spread. [Required free registration at NYTimes.com to view] (April 30, 2002)
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