Marine biology, as a young and ambiguous field of study, can be a challenge when it comes to finding resources, references, jobs, fields of emphasis, ect..
This list (in no particular order) encompasses just a small collection of resources and references from a growing evolving field.
If you love the ocean, lets share our resources and build a strong marine biology community here. If you know of other great resources to accompany these, leave it in the comments below or email Sea Illumination and we can add it here.
1) MARMAM (Marine Mammals Research and Conservation Discussion) is a e-mail list established in August 1993, run through the University of Victoria (BC, Canada), to serve researchers, managers and others working with marine mammals. Subscriptions are free and open to anyone interested in marine mammals.
2) Academia.edu is a platform for academics to share research papers. The company’s mission is to accelerate the world’s research.
Academics use Academia.edu to share their research, monitor deep analytics around the impact of their research, and track the research of academics they follow. 23,023,061 academics have signed up to Academia.edu, adding 6,127,149 papers and 1,585,253 research interests. Academia.edu attracts over 36 million unique visitors a month.
3) The National Sea Grant Law Center is pleased to offer monthly news issues of Ocean and Coastal Case Alert.
The Case Alert is a monthly newsletter highlighting recent court decisions impacting ocean and coastal resource management.
The purpose of the Coral-List listserver is to provide a forum for Internet discussions and announcements pertaining to coral reef ecosystem research, conservation, and education. The list is primarily for use by coral reef ecosystem researchers, scientists and educators, but is of course open to everybody. As of December 2014 over 8,400 coral reef enthusiasts were subscribed to the list.
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