General Geographic Coralline Algae Dinoflagellates Organizations Discussion
- AlgaeBase. AlgaeBase is a database of information on algae (seaweed name search, etc.) that includes terrestrial, marine and freshwater organisms. University College of Ireland -Galway, by Michael Guiry.
- Center for Algal Microscopy and Image Digitization. Bowling Green State University.
- Culture Collection of Algae at the University of Göttingen. This algal culture collection contains about 2000 species and strains of microalgae. The University of Göttingen.
- Diatom Home Page. Images, announcements, discussions, literature and diatom-related WWW links. Indiana University, Biology Dept., by P. Roger Sweets
- The Harmful Algae Page. Images, information, references and related WWW links. The National Office for Marine Biotoxins and Harmful Algal Blooms, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, by Donald Anderson and Bruce Keafer
- Information pertaining to algae. Including papers on algal nomenclature, the Indian Ocean Catalogue and a list of algal names (Index Nominum Algarum) - (demonstration page).University of California - Berkeley, by Paul Silva & Richard Moe.
- Ohio University - Algae Home Page. The Aquatic Botany Laboratory - images and current research. Ohio University, Aquatic Botany Laboratory.
- PISCO. Partnership for Interdisciplinary Studies of Coastal Oceans (PISCO)
UNC Enviro Facts Project. Numerous Environmental information resources are available at this site, including:
- - Seaweeds
- - Introduction to Red Tides
- - Index to Enviro Facts
University of Western Cape, South Africa - Southern African Nature Foundation
Web Lift to Any Taxon: Images, systematics etc. Numerous well designed resources
are available at this site:
- - Introduction to Phylogeny
- - Introduction to Chromista
- - Introduction to Cyanobacteria
- - Introduction to Dinoflagellata
- - Introduction to Bacillariophyta
- - Introduction to Chrysophyta
- - Introduction to Phaeophyta
- - Introduction to Rhodophyta
- - Introduction to the "Green Algae"
University of California, Museum of Paleontology
- Welcome to the World of Algae Large, well-organized site including an introduction to algae using a virtual slide show. Includes numerous links to other algal sites. University of the Western Cape, South Africa, by Derek Keats
- Census of Freshwater Algae in Australia. Introduction and list of the freshwater algae in Australia. Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney, by Tim Entwisle and Lucy Nairn
- Marine Flora - Monterey Bay, California. The Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI).
- Checklist of phytoplankton in the Skagerrak-Kattegat. Illustrated checklist of diatoms, dinoflagellates and other plankton in the Skagerrak and the Kattegat, North Atlantic Ocean. Goöteborg University, Sweden, by Mats Kuylenstierna & Bengt Karlson
- An introduction to nongeniculate coralline algae. A very well organized guide to crustose coralline algae including information regarding generic descriptions, collection and preservation, as well as economic importance; an online bibliography and access to Coralline News, etc.University of the Western Cape, South Africa, by Derek Keats.
- Fossil Coralline Algae. Following an introduction, different growth forms in fossil and present-day corallines are shown. One of the main topics is a comparison of fossil and present-day taxonomical features. Descriptions of corallines from Austria, Italy and the Northern Red Sea are presented along with a list of the described taxa . A list of References and a link-page are also provided. Institute for Paleontology, University of Vienna, by Michael Rasser.
- Dinoflagellates. Images, information, references and dinoflagellate-related WWW links, including links to Red Tides and dinoflagellate toxins. University of Calgary, Canada.
- Identifying Harmful Marine Dinoflagellates. A taxonomic identification and reference guide of 48 harmful marine dinoflagellate species present in the world's oceans. Smithsonian Contributions from the United States National Herbarium, volume 42: 1-144.
Phycological Society. "Dedicated to the promotion of phycology and to the encouragement of international co-operation among phycologists. Membership of the
International Phycological Society, which publishes the journal
Phycologia, is open to all who are interested in any aspect of
phycology. The Society, founded in 1961, has an International Executive
Council and is dedicated to international phycological co-operation."
- International Seaweed
Association on of the International Seaweed Association (ISA) is to promote
applied phycology on a global basis, and to stimulate interactions among
research workers and industrialists in all relevant institutions and
industries in all countries. Membership in the ISA is open to all persons
engaged an activity listed above, or interested these objectives."
- Phycological Society of America.
"The Phycological Society of America (PSA) is a scientific organization that
promotes phycology, the study of algae, and fosters phycological research
and education. The Society has a worldwide membership of approximately 2,000
members and subscribers in 63 countries. Membership is open to any individual
interested in phycology."
- Phycological Society of Southern Africa. "The objectives of the Society are to promote interest in Phycology, and to establish and maintain communication between persons interested in algae in southern Africa. Membership in the Society shall be open to any person or organization interested in any aspect of the study of algae."
- Algae-L An unmoderated discussion group dealing with algae. University College of Ireland / Michael D. Guiry.
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