Here are some links to all the facts you can
swallow. Hope this
> -The National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration. This is a direct link to NOAA's Marine mammal
page, links to their main page are at this site.
> -This site has information about the laws, and
enforcement of international fisheries dolphin safe tuna
procedures. <br><br><a href=http://www.fws.gov/
> -The United States
government agency for salt and fresh water fish. There are
also links to marine mammal interests.
> link to another site dedicated to dolphins and
the study of dolphins.
> -ACS works to protect whales, dolphins,
porpoises, and their habitats through education,
conservation, and research.
> -A long-term study of the biology, ecology, and
population dynamics of a coastal bottlenose dolphin
population off Orange County, California.
> -Dedicated to dolphins and whales through
education, research, and conservation. Affiliated with the
Kewalo Basin Marine Mammal Laboratory.
> -Gives school students (K-12) information about
dolphins: description and anatomy, threats to the dolphins,
protection of dolphins and how to help them.
> -Health, Ecological and Economic Dimensions of
Major marine Disturbances Program. This site contains
an information system capable of consolidating event
reports from a diversity of sources, and while it is
available for demonstration purposes, we hope to use it as
a model for future monitoring programs.
> -This site contains an enormous number of links
to similar pages.
> - Media -This site has several video clips and
photos for identification. There is a 3D animation of a
whale as well. <br><br><a href=http://woodshole.er.usgs.gov/
-Coastal and marine geologic and environmental research
publications, movies and photos.
> -This site is available in Spanish. It contains
several links of all types to museums, aquariums and a
how to guides for Internet searches.
> -This is a great resource for marine mammals. It
contains membership, links, bylaws, publications, and
> -Near real time data, Physical data, geology,
chemical, biological, and geographic data as well.
> -Sea Surface temperatures, seminars,