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http://earthsci.org/

Earth science resources, images, freeware for students and teachers as well as general information about earth science in Australia.

http://www.geowoerterbuch.com/

Contains equivalent geological and geographical terms in four languages (German, English, Norwegian and Dutch).

http://www.igbp.net/

Focused on acquiring basic scientific knowledge about the interactive processes of biology and chemistry of the earth as they relate to Global Change.

http://www.agenames.org/

Geoscientific search engine which identifies the geological time context of web searches, helping the user to estimate the stratigraphy of web searches.

http://www.itc.nl/

International institute for aerospace survey and earth sciences, offering education and training.

http://rogerjcheng.com/

Highlights of the work of Roger J. Cheng, researcher at the Atmospheric Sciences Research Center of the State University of New York at Albany. Examines in detail the weather, the ocean and the environment.

http://www.creativemethods.com/

US Air Quality Gradebook, which grades US counties A-F on 20 EPA measures of air quality.

http://www.agu.org/

Links to upcoming conferences and meetings sponsored by the American Geophysical Union

http://www.aaar.org/

Conference information, newsletter, awards, events and member directory of nonprofit professional organization for scientists and engineers.

http://www.grc.org/

Atmospheric Chemistry meeting in Big Sky, Montana

http://www.jurgenlobert.net/

A site for atmospheric chemistry and earth science that includes projects, publications, data, personal information and links for further studies.

http://www.michiganaero.com/

Lidar based weather sensing systems and optical air data systems.

http://www.atmospheric-chemistry-and-physics.net/

An international scientific journal dedicated to the publication and discussion of studies investigating the Earth's atmosphere and the underlying chemical and physical processes.

http://euphore.es/

Research on the transformation processes of chemical components of the atmosphere using photochemical reactors to simulate actual conditions.

http://www.spectralcalc.com/

Provides line-by-line simulation of high resolution infrared atmospheric gas spectra. Supporting this are the blackbody calculator, atmosphere constituent browser and the sun position calculator.

http://www.lajollasciences.com/

Current riometer instruments in production and choices in selecting an instrument for various research projects.

http://www.drboukaram.net/

Personal page of Dr Karam where she describes her research into the effect of dust in the atmosphere. A long term mesoscale observation-modeling approach is used to analyze the radiative impact.

http://www.pmodwrc.ch/

Undertakes research using solar irradiance and atmospheric radiation measurement equipment. Contributions to various space experiments.

http://www.average-temperature.com/

Allows the user to access average temperature data by month for virtually any location in the world.

http://www.climate-charts.com/

Climate data and sunrise and sunset displayed in charts and tables for more than 12,000 specific locations in over 140 countries and regions.

http://www.usclimatedata.com/

Provides information regarding the temperature, precipitation, and sunshine for more than 5000 cities and locations in the United States. Includes climate charts and averages.

http://environmentalresearchweb.org/

Research in the UK has shown that climate change models depend far more on the input parameters such as cloud properties, than the computer hardware or software used as many scientists had previously feared.

http://www.longrangeweather.com/

Long-range weather forecasts from Harris-Mann Climatology, including a U.S. Climate Timeline.

http://www.clivar.org/

An interdisciplinary research effort within the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) focussing on the variability and predictability of the slowly varying components of the climate system. It investigates the physical and dynamical processes in the climate system that occur on seasonal, interannual, decadal and centennial time-scales.

http://www.gewex.org/

Observes and models the hydrologic cycle and energy fluxes in the atmosphere, at the land surface, and in the upper oceans. GEWEX is an integrated program ultimately leading to the prediction of global and regional climate change.

http://www.hobitus.com/

Provides images from NOAA satellite updated every hour and composite images that covers huge territory made from several individual images.

http://www.myskeye.com/

Provides year-ahead weather forecasts for temperature, precipitation and snowfall for 4,000 cities in over 128 countries.

http://www.climateprediction.eu/

Open, transparent, objective, independent modeling and prediction of global temperature anomalies and related problems through self-organizing knowledge extraction from noisy, observed data.

http://www.global-warming-forecasts.com/

Global warming forecasts from 2010 through 2100. Authoritative collection of published and peer-reviewed climate change forecasts projecting global warming temperature forecasts, sea level rise, heat wave and heat-related fatalities, wildfire projections, cost of global warming, water shortages and greenhouse gas emissions forecasts.

http://www.dkrz.de/

German Climate Research Centre, Hamburg. Provides information in English on the Institute and their research.