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What Do Marine Biologists Do?
: Learn about the organisms that you see drift in the water of ponds, beaches and lakes.
Plants of the Sea
: A fact sheet describing the microscopic animals and plants of the sea.
: Images and descriptions of the marine group Zooplankton.
: An interactive virtual module of the copepod.
Plants & Algae
: A paper explaining the characteristics of the environment of aquatic plants, the types of plants in fresh water.
: Rhodophyta is the scientific name for red algae. Jack Holt provides a description of the red algae.
: A scientific guide to the plant that thrives in polluted water.
: Images and descriptions of the many species of seaweeds.
: This paper explains what makes some flowering plants seagrass.
: A guide to the diverse forms of jellyfish.
: A guide to ctenophores. These animals are found in the majority of marine habitats.
The Pompeii Worm
: A collection of resources about the Pompeii worm.
: Provides a descriptive history of the species.
: A factsheet on sponges and other groups in the classification.
: Illustration of external fish anatomy.
External and Internal Fish Anatomy
: A detailed description of the anatomy of the large mouth bass.
: Explains what is an electric fish and what makes them electric.
Detailed description of bony fish and images
describing the anatomy.
Green Sea Turtle
: The largest hard-shelled sea turtle in the world and lives in warm tropical oceans.
: This species of turtle is the only turtle to live in habitats such as saltwater marshes, costal bays and lagoons in the United States.
: Learn about the behavior of these lizard like reptiles.
Australian Saltwater Crocodile
: A classification fact sheet of the habitat, appearance and breeding behaviors of the Australian Saltwater Crocodile.
: A detailed description of the seabirds in the Galapagos region.
Seabird Flash Cards
: 18 seabird flash cards providing informational fact sheets about each bird.
: Image gallery of the Larus glaucescens.
: This seabird lives in the seas of the Alaskan coast.
: A description of the largest mammal and creature to ever live on earth.
: This mammal is related to the elephant and is known as the sea cow.
: A classification fact sheet on the sea otter.
: Descriptions of the 7 different sea mammals.
: This marine mammal lives only in the northern hemisphere.
: A brief summary about one of the rarest sea lion species in the world, the Australian sea lion.
Virtual Silurian Reef
: Learn about the geological principles of the Silurian reef and take a virtual tour of the reefs.
: A guide to all things coral reef from the importance to the conservation of coral reef.
Types of Reefs
: A guide to the four types of coral reefs including a video.
Deep Sea & Trenches
The Deep Sea
: Explains what the deep-sea is and the inhabitants that dwell in the deep-sea.
: A guide to the pelagic zone in the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.
Deep Sea Habitats
: An incredible amount of information and research studies about deep-sea habitats and adaptations.
: Take a tour of the open ocean and coral reefs.
: The Sanctuary Integrated Monitoring Network describes the habitat of the three northern California open water sanctuaries.
The Open Ocean
: Get to know the home to many organisms and the changes that take place in the open ocean.
Intertidal & Shore
California's Rocky Intertidal
: A summary of the original article from the
California Coastal Resource Guide.
Illustrates the conditions of the Rocky intertidal zones.
: A scientists perceptions and understanding of the ecological interactions of the Rocky shores.
: Mangrove trees grow on tropical shores. This paper describes the tropical shores that house these forests.
: Describes the common habitat of marine animals and plant life in this zone.