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Andrew Alden, Geology, About.com: Paleontology .

Alexa (Alexa Internet, Inc., an Amazon.com Company). Alexa is a Web Information Company, perhaps best known for the Alexa Rank, the website ranking system which tracks over 30 million websites worldwide. See especially: The top ranked sites in category "Science". Go to:
! Paleontology.

Amazing Environmental Organization WebDirectory. Earth´s Biggest Environment Search Engine. Go to: Paleontology.

M.J. Benton and D.A.T. Harper: Companion Website: Introduction to Paleobiology and the Fossil Record. Go to:
! Web Links.

Museum of Paleontology, University of California, Berkeley, CA: Other Resources. Go to: Paleontology Resources, and Paleontological Collection Catalogs and Related Resources.

The Museum of Paleontology (UCMP), University of California at Berkeley: Frequently Asked Questions about Paleontology, Where are some other WWW servers dealing with paleontology?

Best of the Web Directory, Jericho, NY. Best of the Web (the Internet´s oldest directory) intends to remain at the forefront of the digital revolution by continuing to add new products and services that stay true to the company´s core mission of enhancing the online experience by providing the Internet community with meaningful guidance that it can trust. Go to:
Science: Earth_Sciences: Paleontology.

Simon Biggs: Fossil Collections of the World. This excellent page is a motherlode of geoscience links, including links to famous fossil sites, collectors and collections. Not updated for a long time.

Biome (a hub within the Resource Discovery Network (RDN), and funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC); created by a core team of information specialists and subject experts based at the University of Nottingham Greenfield Medical Library). BIOME is a collection of gateways which provide free access to evaluated, quality Internet resources in the health and life sciences. Go to: Natural Selection.

Biology-Nation. This website provides resources for anyone with an interest in biology. (see also Biology-Nation.com Whois Record). Go to: Introduction to Paleontology, and Introduction to Paleobiology.

Filippo Bonechi, Corso Flaccomio, Lorenzo Gianangeli and Riccardo Martelli, Italy: Geologia.com, Paleontology.

BUBL Information Service, Andersonian Library, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland. A national information service for the higher education community. Go to: Palaeontology.

John C. Butler, Department of Geosciences, University of Houston, Texas: Historical Geology and Paleontology Resources.

Laurel Bybell, USGS: Paleontology at the U.S. Geological Survey. This page provides a selection of links to other World Wide Web sites dealing with Paleontology and related disciplines. See also: Paleontology - Selected Online Resources.

California State University Stanislaus: CSUBIOWEB - Califormia State University Biology Science WebServer. Choose "Paleontology", and submit query.

Chris (?), Peripatus Home Page, New Zealand: Paleontology Page. A broad range of selected topics from the whole field of paleontology.

! Richard Cowen (web pages were first created by D.J. Eernisse for Biology 404: Evolution at CSUF): History of Life (4th Edition, 2005), Web Links by Chapter.

! Digital Library for Earth System Education (DLESE, funded by the National Science Foundation): DLESE is a geoscience community resource that supports teaching and learning about the Earth system. It is being built by a community of educators, students, and scientists to support Earth system education at all levels. You can easy navigate from here. Go to: Paleontology.

dmoz: Palaeontology.

Earth Pages (Wiley Blackwell). A starting point for web exploration in the earth sciences. Go to: Resource Center.

Education Planet, Inc.. Go to: Paleontology.

ENSIWEB (funded by the National Science Foundation and hosted by Indiana University): Evolution and Nature of Science. See the ADDITIONAL RESOURCES, Useful Links (with annotations).

Helen Fisher and John Rostron, (Biodiversity) Palaeobiology Research Unit (PRU), University of East London: Internet Biodiversity Service. This Internet Biodiversity Service gives access to information about biological systematics, ecology and evolution.

FossilSpain. A Spanish portal site about palaeontology.

! Mark Francek, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Mich.: RESGI. This website contains annotated links which are organized alphabetically around the sequence of topics typically taught in an introductory earth science class. Excellent! Go to: Historical Geology.

! Gesellschaft für Biologische Systematik (GfBS). Society for Biological Systematics. Go to: Databases for Systematists.

Paleontology Division, Geological Association of Canada: Links to sites of paleontological interests.

Worth Publishers,Geologylink, Chapter 8b: A Brief History of Earth and Its Life Forms. Ecellent links, e.g. Lecture Links, Related Links, News & Current Events, Organizations and Magazines and a Chapter Glossary.

Geometry.Net: Earth_Sciences - Paleontology.

GeoNord, Sweden: Fossil Links.

Geotimes. Geotimes article archive by topic, Paleontology.

Gyanendra Gurung, Central Department of Geology, Tribhuvan University, Nepal: Geology of Nepal, Lecture links.

! J. Hill, UK: Geology Rocks. A geological meta directory, including tutorials and photographs. Go to: Geology Tutorials. Tutorials and essays ranging from the most basic of geological concepts to postgraduate degree level on all aspects of Earth sciences; palaeontology, sedimentology, igneous and metamorphic petrology and geophysics. The difficulty of the topic is indicated by the number of volcanoes next to the title. See also: Palaeontology Tutorials.

Colin Harris, UK: Geology Shop. A link directory (introductory website slow loading), comprising over 70 individual web pages. Go to:
Evolution and the fossil record.

Illinois State Geological Survey, Champaign, Illinois: Paleontology Links Provide information about Collecting and Localities, Databases, General Links, Paleobotany, Publications, Societies, Professional Organizations, etc. Not updated for a long time.

International Palaeoentomological Society (IPS): Links.

! International Palaeontologial Association (IPA): The IPA PaleoLink database. The PaleoLink database allows users to specify search criteria and generate a dynamic list of links to paleontology-related websites. Excellent!

The Internet Public Library (by the University of Michigan School of Information, hosted by Drexel University's College of Information Science & Technology): Subject Collections - Science & Technology - Paleontology.

M. Alan Kazlev, Kheper website, Australia: Palaeontology.

Glen J. Kuban, North Royalton: K-Paleo Kuban´s Paleo Place. This site is intended as a springboard to web sites and other internet resources on fossils, dinosaurs, paleontology, natural history, and related topics.

Paleontological Institute, University of Kansas, Lawrence: Links.

Reinhold Leinfelder, Institute, States Collections, and Museum of Palaeontology and Historical Geology, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, and the Paläontologische Gesellschaft e.V.: The www.palaeo.de-Portal. The science portal of palaeontology, biodiversity, geology and more. Go to: The www-palaeo.de GEOBIOLINK-Database. This database collects links to all relevant palaeo web resources. See also: here, or click for "LATEST NEWS" (in German).

! Harold L. Levin (2013): The Earth Through Time, 8th Edition, The Student Companion Site. This Web site gives you access to the rich tools and resources. See especially:
Chapter Tutorials.
Web Links.
You can also navigate from here (chapter headings visible).

The Librarians´ Index to the Internet (LII). Administered by the California State Librarian. LII is meant to be used by both librarians and non-librarians as a reliable and efficient guide to described and evaluated Internet resources. Go to: Paleontology.

H. Löser, Instituto de Geología, UNAM, Hermosillo, Sonora, México: PaleoTax. PaleoTax is a database program and tool for taxonomists in biology and palaeontology. See also: Links.

Russ McCarty, Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida, Gainesville: Paleontological Resources for Fossil Collectors.

N. MacLeod, PaleoNet. PaleoNet is a system of listservers, www pages, and ftp sites designed to enhance electronic communication among paleontologists. Go to: Useful Palaeo Web Sites.

MCM CyberMines: Dutch Palaeontology Webite, Links to other paleontology related sites on the Web.

MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching): MERLOT is a free and open resource designed primarily for faculty and students in higher education. Go to: Evolution.

MSN (Microsoft Corporation). Similar to Inktomi (HotBot): Web Directory, Library, Sciences, Earth & Environment, Geology, Paleontology.

The National Science Foundation (NSF). NSF is an independent agency of the U.S. Government. NSF's mission is to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; and to secure the national defense. Go to: Geoscience.

NewScientist.com: Weblinks, Paleontology. Annotated links.

Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen, GEOGUIDE, Special Subject Guides: Subject Guide Geo. Go to: Palaeontology, Historical Geology, Stratigraphy. Excellent!

The North American Micropaleontology Section (NAMS) of the Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM): Web Sites of Interest.

Nova Scotia Museum (NSM): Site Map, and Palaeontological links.

! Open courseware projects (OCDB), Chicago: Open courseware projects provide a head rush for many autodidactics because those projects often offer lecture notes, chapters or entire textbooks online, illustrations, charts, and other tools that help the reader learn a given subject. Go to: Top 100 Open Courseware Projects, Paleontology.

Joseph F. Pachut, The Paleobiology Laboratory, Indiana University, Purdue University at Indianapolis: PaleoLinks - Arranged by Topics & Taxonomic Groups.

Joseph F. Pachut, Department of Geology, Indiana University, Purdue University at Indianapolis: Paleobiology Topics, and The Paleobiology Laboratory.

PAGES (a core project of the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (IGBP)): paleo data links.

! The Palaeontological Association: Online analytical resources for palaeobiology. A annotated link list. See also:
Awards and Grants > ! Golden Trilobite Web-Awards. "Links for Palaeobotanists" awarded for 2011!

! The Paleontology Portal (produced by the University of California Museum of Paleontology (UCMP), the Paleontological Society, the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology (SVP), and the United States Geological Survey (USGS); the site was funded by the National Science Foundation).

The Paleontological Research Institution (PRI), Ithaca, NY: Links.

Paleotax Verlag Dresden, Germany: Helpful links.

PaleoPages. Web links dedicated to palaeontology.

Paleontological Research Institution (PRI), Ithaca, New York: Links. Links to valuable resources pertaining to paleontology and other related fields at various locations around the world. See also the PRI Hotlist, selected resources in paleontology and earth science.

The Paläontologische Gesellschaft, Germany: Paläontologie in Schlagworten (in German).

The Paleontology Portal. (produced by the University of California Museum of Paleontology, the Paleontological Society, the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, and the United States Geological Survey; funded by the National Science Foundation): Resources

! The Paleontological Society: Links to Other Paleontology Resources.

Panda´s Thumb: Links.

Roger Perkins: The Virtual Fossil Museum. Fossils across geological time and evolution.

PSIgate (Physical Sciences Information Gateway, the physical sciences hub of the Resource Discovery Network). PSIgate provides access to high quality Internet resources for students, researchers and practitioners in the physical sciences, specifically in: astronomy, chemistry, Earth sciences (including palaeontology), physics, and science history and policy. Go to: Paleontology. With annotations.

Allister Rees, Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona, Tucson: Links.

Schweizerische Paläontologische Gesellschaft (Société Paléontologique Suisse). In French and German. Go to: Links.

! Science magazine (published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, with assistance of Stanford University's HighWire Press. Go To: Science Collections, Botany, or Paleontology, or Evolution. See especially:
Science now. Up to the minute news from science. Go to:
! Category: Botany.
! Category: Paleontology.
! Category: Earth Science.
! Category: Environment, Climate.

ScienceNet, Toronto: "Search Subject" allows you to search Science Net by 8 subjects: Astronomy, Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Geology, Paleontology, Physics, and Zoology. Go to: Paleontology.

Sítios Geológicos e Paleontológicos do Brasil: SÍTIOS PUBLICADOS NA INTERNET.

Roy Shepherd, Discovering Fossils. Discovering Fossils serves as an information Portal to relevant websites, currently covering the UK, US, Europe, Asia and Australia.

Sociedade Brasileira de Paleontologia OUTROS LINKS.

Hans Steur, Ellecom, The Netherlands: Hans´ Paleobotany Pages, Links.

Paul K. Strother, Weston Observatory of Boston College, Department of Geology & Geophysics, Weston: WWW Resources.

Prem Subrahmanyam, Graphic Design: Beneath the Calamites Tree, Other Paleontology Related Links.

Noranda Earth Science Library, University of Toronto Libraries: Web Resources in Geology. An annotated link directory. Go to:
Palaeontology.

TutorGig.com: As an education portal, TutorGig.com offers plenty of services to its users. TutorGig.com has a huge database of over a million tutorial sites categorized by more than 2000 subjects. Go to: Paleontology.

UC Santa Barbara Library, University of California (UCSB), Santa Barbara, CA (Annie Platoff): Geology & Earth Science. A guide for doing research in geology and Earth science.

UniServe Science, University of Sydney, Australia: Evolution of Australian Biota.

U.S. Geological Survey: (by Laurel Bybell and Dave Govoni): Paleontology at the U.S. Geological Survey, and Selected Non-USGS Paleontology Resources on the World Wide Web. This page provides a selection of links to other World Wide Web sites dealing with paleontology and related disciplines.

Steve Wagner (Denver Museum of Nature " Science): Paleocurrents.com. Images of fossils, e.g. from the Castle Rock Fossil Rainforest project at the Denver Museum of Nature Science (DMNS). Go to: PALEO LINKS.

WebRing: Science > Earth Sciences > Paleontology.

Ian West, Department of Geology, University of Southampton: West´s Geology Directory. West´s is a large classified directory of numerous geological links.

B. Wickermeier, Aachen, Germany: LLEK - Bookmarks. Go to: Paläontologie. A link directory.

! Ewan Wolff, Montana State University Geoscience Education Web Development Team, (website is part of the Digital Library for Earth System Education (DLESE), with funding from the National Science Foundation): Advances in Paleontology. Annotated link directories, e.g. General Paleontology Resources.

WWW Virtual Library, Anthropology (maintained by Anthro TECH). Go to: Paleontology. With ratings!

YAHOO, Paleontology, Evolution, and Earth Sciences.
YAHOO Asia, Paleontology, Evolution, and Earth Sciences.
YAHOO Australia & NZ, Paleontology, Evolution, and Earth Sciences.
YAHOO Brazil, Paleontologia, Botânica, and Geociências.
YAHOO Canada, Paleontology, Evolution, and Earth Sciences.
YAHOO Danmark, Evolution, and Geovidenskab.
YAHOO Deutschland, Geowissenschaften, and Paläontologie.
YAHOO France, Paléontologie, Évolution, and Sciences de la Terre.
YAHOO Hong Kong, Paleontology, Evolution, and Earth Sciences.
YAHOO Italia, Paleontologia, and Scienze della terra.
YAHOO en Espagñol (South America), Paleontología, Evolución, and Ciencias terrestres.
YAHOO España, Paleontología, Evolución, and Ciencias terrestres.
YAHOO Norge, Paleontologi, Evolusjon, and Geovitenskap.
YAHOO Singapore, Paleontology, Evolution, and Earth Sciences.
YAHOO Sverige, Paleontologi, Evolution, and Geovetenskap.
YAHOO United Kingdom & Ireland, Paleontology, and Evolution.

Zeal. Zeal is a community of enthusiasts and editors building one of the world's most widely used Web directory. Go to: United States > New > Library > Sciences > Paleontology.

Zotero (a project of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media):
Palaeoecology > Library.
Recently Added Items.












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! Directories focused on Palaeobotany@
! Indexes in Botany and Biology@

Fossil Protection@
Places of Palaeobotanical Research@
Palaeobotanists Personal Pages@
Search for Palaeobotanists, Botanists and Palaeontologists@
Palynolocical Associations@
Meta Indexes of Online Education@


Palaeontology and Evolution Links without Annotations


Alexa (Alexa Internet, Inc., an Amazon.com Company). Alexa is a Web Information Company, perhaps best known for the Alexa Rank, the website ranking system which tracks over 30 million websites worldwide. See especially: The top ranked sites in category "Science". Go to:
! Paleontology.

TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany: Paläontologie Links.

Clayton William Bolitho, Heyward Library Web Team, La Trobe University, Bendigo, Australia: ClayGate 2002. A catalogue of internet resources. Go to: 560 - Paleontology & Paleozoology.

Cartage.org (no information available who is behind this trade name): Themes. A structured link directory. Go to: Fossils And Fossilisation.

Earth Science Australia.

Evolution of Terrestrial Ecosystems Program (ETE). Page hosted by Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. Go to: Web Resources for Paleobiology.

Adam Fagen, Biological Laboratories, Harvard University: The World Wide Web Virtual Library, Evolution (Biosciences). See Palaeontology and Natural History.

Lyall I. Anderson, University of Aberdeen: Fossil Surgery: Palaeontological sites.

Michael T. Garrison: Websurfer´s Biweekly Earth Sciences Review. Website has changed to "A Website about the Geology of Colorado and the Front Range Corridor". Please navigate from A list of links to earth science websites categorized by subject. A review of internet sites devoted to the terrestrial and planetary sciences. Go to: Paleontology.

Rex Bing Hung Kwok, School of Computer Science and Engineering, University of New South Wales: Palaeontology. Go to: Palaeontological Collections in Museums, and Exhibits of Private Palaeontological Collections.

LLEK.de Bookmarks: Paleontology. Palaeontology related catalogs of scientific search engines.

James F. Mahaffy, Biology Department, Dordt College, Sioux Center, Iowa: Paleontology Links - 2011.

Kevin McCartney, Northern Maine Museum of Science, University of Maine at Presque Isle: Paleontology Webpages.

Jack D. Mount, Science-Engineering Library, University of Arizona, Tucson: PALEONTOLOGY & FOSSILS RESOURCES.

New York Paleontological Society. The New York Paleontological Society was founded as a forum to inform and educate its members and the public at large concerning the nature, interrelationships and evolutionary development of all kinds of living things throughout geologic time - especially through the study of their fossils and allied geological information. Go to: LINKS OF INTEREST.

Palaeo-Bavarian Geological Survey (PBGS), Naturmuseum Augsburg, Germany: Links (in German).

Paleontological Research Institution, West Hill, N.Y: Other Resources on the Web.

Polyglot Paleontologist (actually an English translation site of non-English paleontology papers): Links of Interest.

Lennart Widmark, Sweden: LW´s Geo Site: Paleontology. The first geological site in Sweden.










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