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"The Daily Planet." This site is operated by the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Illinois, under a cooperative agreement with NASA. It provides general earth sciences data with an emphasis on meteorology and climatology. The site includes a lot of innovative educational material for students from Kindergarten through the 12th grade. (link verified 25 June 2008)

Dartmouth Flood Observatory. Project of Dartmouth College's Global Flood Monitoring and Analysis Project. The project emphasizes the use of flood images obtained from high resolution synthetic aperture radar (SAR) satellites. Using the images and information gleaned from other sources, this site provides "an evolving database of extreme flood events which have occurred in areas around the world since January 1, 1994." (Link verified 25 June 2008)

Department of Agriculture (US). See US Department of Agriculture (link verified 25 June 2008)

Department of Energy (US). See US Department of Energy (link verified 25 June 2008)

Desert Research Institute (Nevada, USA). "Water resources and air quality, global climate change and the physics of the earth's turbulent atmosphere, humanity's historic struggle to adapt to harsh environments, and its urgent search today for the technology of the next century ... these are the fundamental issues underlying the research programs of Nevada's Desert Research Institute." (link verified 25 June 2008)

"El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) Home Page" NOAA, Office of Global Programs (link verified 25 June 2008)


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Environmental Health Center of the National Safety Council.  (link verified 25 June 2008)

Environmental Protection Agency (US). See US Environmental Protection Agency (link verified 25 June 2008)

European Commission, Directorate General XII, Science, Research and Development  (link verified 25 June 2008)

European Environment Agency.  Includes section on climate change. (link verified 25 June 2008)

FireNet (Australian National University).  "The International Fire Information Network." (link verified 25 June 2008)

Florida State University, Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies (COAPS). "COAPS performs research in air-sea interactions including ocean modeling, coupled air-sea modeling, climate prediction on scales of months to decades, statistical studies and predictions of social and economic consequences of ocean-atmospheric variations." Includes good list of El Niño Resources. (link verified 25 June 2008)

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