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View Resource Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS)

Plants, animals, fungi, microbes, A partnership with Canadian and Mexican agencies, and the Global Biodiversity Information Facility.

http://www.itis.gov/
View Resource Phytochemical Database

Search by name or alphabetical list, find chemical structure, formula, molecular weight, synonyms, biological activities, and references.

http://www.ars.usda.gov/Services/docs.htm?docid=8875
View Resource Climate Change: Global Warming

Global Warming refers to the gradual increase in global temperature since roughly 1900, the midst of the Industrial Revolution. There have been periods of natural warming throughout Earth's history,...

http://priweb.org/globalchange/climatechange/globalwarming/g...
View Resource Climate Change: Ozone Depletion

At low levels of Earth?s atmosphere, ozone is a pollutant with serious effects on the respiratory systems of animals, but in the upper atmosphere it plays a crucial role in preventing harmful u...

http://priweb.org/globalchange/climatechange/ozone/oz_main.h...
View Resource Learn HVAC

Commercial for HVAC industries in the Berkley CA area. Learning for HVAC Q&A on line simulators. Log-in as student or instructor is required. Fees are unknown. Learn HVAC is an interactive...

http://www.learnhvac.org/
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