SEARCHING FOR DATA AND INFORMATION RESOURCES
AquaNIC: contains a variety of information on aquaculture, including related publications, new, jobs, and links
Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN): an on-line tool for browsing and searching of text, summaries, and status of treaties and other international agreements related to global environmental change
Direct Search: for resources not easily searchable with general search tools
Environmental Treaties and Resource Indicators: an online search service for finding information about environmental treaties and national resource indicators.
FISHFOLK: information on the FISHFOLK discussion list, frequently asked questions, and biographical information on members who have submited it to the listowner
Fishing for Information: a guide to on-line resources in aquaculture, fisheries and aquatic science
Foreign Trade Data Base: maintained by the Fisheries Statistics & Economics Division of the National Marine Fisheries Service
Gadus Associates Reference: 2,300 web sites containing useful information on marine commercial fisheries, fisheries science and fisheries management
International Institute for Sustainable Development: a multimedia resource for environment &development policy makers
List of Lists: a collection designed to be a clearinghouse for numerous lists- many present information in the form of rankings of different people, organizations, companies, etc.
List of Speeches
NOAA Publications, including "Fisheries of the United States" and other valuable data sources
NRM Changelinks: an online information guide for natural resources management
Regulatory Fish Encyclopedia: a compilation of data by the U.S. food and Drug Administration- several formats assist with the accurate identification of fish species
Salmon Surveys: a bibliography of surveys on consumer attitudes toward salmon
U.S. International Trade Commission: Any U.S. import/export stats
you want (very detailed, except by company doing the importing) on fisheries (and anything else) -- by
country, port of entry, etc. -- are available (monthly/quarterly/annually from 1989 through last July).
Click on "Dataweb", set up a (free) account, and go from there.
Women's Aquatic Network: brings together women and men with interests in marine and aquatic policy, research, legislation, and other areas
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