Environmental Groups (12)
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Elements - Online, bilingual magazine, centered on the environment, providing articles about the environment. Also has discussion areas, RealAudio interviews, and photo galleries.
Flora and Fauna of New Brunswick - B. Johnstone, amateur photographer, presents photos of wild flowers, wildlife and scenic spots in New Brunswick. Lists flowers by common and latin names and gives links to other naturalists' sites.
Aquarium and Marine Centre - This venue in Shippagan is also the Regional Aquaculture Centre. It displays both marine and fresh water species and has programs for the aquarium, education, a mini-gallery for local artists, ichthyology research and aquaculture support.
Information About Smog - The Department of the Environment explains air pollution, its causes and effects on citizens. Lists definition, ozone, summer smog, effects of smog, what is being done, what to do, more information and links.
Air Quality Monitoring in New Brunswick - Describes reasons to monitor air quality, who does it, how it is done and public information. Offers types of monitoring, index of air quality, smog advisories, what to do, emissions, the Clean Air Act, and individual efforts.
Interactive Medical Technology and Science - An interactive resource site for students and instructors in the Medical Laboratory Technology Program at New Brunswick Community College. Contains classroom, discussion, mailing list and links to NBCC Saint John.
Huntsman Marine Science Centre - A non-profit organization founded by 20 universities in Eastern Canada. It provides field research and teaches marine biology and oceanography. Lists member organizations, courses and contact information.
Environment Sustainable Development Research Centre - The centre provides a focal point between the University of New Brunswick, the private sector, government and the public. Discusses conferences, workshops, resources, courses and gives contact information.
State of the Greater Fundy Ecosystem - State of the environment report for Fundy National Park's ecosystem. Information on status of birds, mammals, insects and fish. Effects of forestry, agriculture and tourism/recreation.
Environmental Law Handbook - Originally published in 1983 by the Conservation Council of New Brunswick, this version is revised to January 1 2001. Its 7 chapters and 12 appendices are directed at citizens, public interest groups, government, business and industry.