Here's a set of links about organismal biology. and jobs. If you have any links you would to see added to the site, please contact us..

| Interships, etc. | Evolution | Ecology | Conservation Biology | Invasive Species | Popular Science sites | Science Blog Roll |

Interships, Jobs, and Graduate School

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  • Understanding Evolution: One of the best sites on the web for well organized and reliable information on evolution. One of the most useful features of this site is a section on issues about teaching evolution.

  • Talk Origins Archive: Exploring the Creation/Evolution Controversy An excellent site dedicated to dealing with the anti-science attacks on the theory and teaching of evolution. This site has an Index to Creationist Claims that exhaustively lists the criticisms of evolution by creationists and intelligent design advocates, and provides scientific rebuttals of these critiques.

  • PBS Evolution Documentary: A companion website to PBS's Evolution documentary series.

  • American Museum of Natural History: Darwin A website devoted to last year's Darwin exhibit at New York city's American Museum of Natural History.

  • The Collapse of Intelligent Design A lecture by Ken Miller on the collapse of the Intelligent Design advocates arguements against evolution. If your interested in the current the attacks on evolutionary biology by creationists and intelligent design advocates, then you'll enjoy this two hour presentation.

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  • Ecology WWW Page A portal maintained by Harvard University to websites dealing with ecology.

  • Ecological Society of America: ESA is the premier professional organization of ecologists in the US. Their website has lots of greats resources on jobs, issues, teaching, etc., about ecology.

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Conservation Biology

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Invasive Species

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Popular Science Sites

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Science Blog Roll

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