|1||Web of Knowledge|
The ISI Web of Knowledge provides access to Thomson ISI's multidisciplinary databases of bibliographic information such as the Science Citation Index Expanded, Social Sciences Citation Index and the Arts and Humanities Citation Index
A free science information service, staffed by scientists who are expert in explaining complex topics in everyday language. Search the online database of previously answered questions, otherwise submit a question via e-mail.
|3||Scotland's Moorland Forum|
Moorland is a dynamic expression of wild nature, although much of it is managed by people; it is the epitome of a cultural landscape. Globally, heather moorland is virtually confined to Britain and Ireland.
|4||BBC: Scotland the Wild|
A guide to animals and habitats from the makers of the TV series. Contains facts and images for hundreds of species, plus features, programme details, and the interactive program Wildlife Explorer.
|5||The Loughs Agency|
Loughs Agency - Cross border Government Body aiming to provide effective conservation, management, promotion and development of the fisheries and marine resources of the Foyle and Carlingford Areas
|6||Bio Northern Ireland|
Bionorthernireland - The portal for Life Science in Northern Ireland
|7||Environment and Heritage Service Northern Ireland|
The government agency protecting and conserving the natural and built environment explains its responsibilities and activities.
|8||Dyfi Eco Valley Partnership|
A voluntary sector group promoting environmentally sustainable community regeneration in the Dyfi valley. Details of projects, local information and their philosophy of combining cultural, green and economic objectives.
|9||The Shiant Isles|
All about the archaeology, geology, and natural history of the Shiant Isles in North West Scotland, in connection with the book ''Sea Room'' by Adam Nicolson, the owner of ths Isles.
|10||Living by the Loughshore|
Provides a guide to the province''s loughs.
|11||The Environmental Research Institute|
A Thurso based facility capable of undertaking research activities. Information on education and training, facilities, research fields and staff is included. Contact addresses are also available.
|12||The Tree Council|
Founded in 1974 to improve the environment in town and country by promoting the planting and conservation of trees and woods.
|13||Edinburgh International Science Festival|
Annual event in early April includes events and shows relating to science and technology. Features exhibitions, workshops, tours, talks, demonstrations and hands-on activities, all aimed at the general public.
|14||Northern Ireland Semiconductor Research Centre|
Includes a who''s who, publication details, information on research opportunitites and relevant links.
|15||Centrifuge sales, service and repair UK - DJB Labcare, the UK's leading specialist for centrifuges|
Specialists in Sales, Service and Repair of Centrifuge and Incubator.
|16||Lough Neagh and Lower Bann Wetlands|
Provides information about the management strategy, wildlife and archaeology of the lough and wetlands.
|17||Save Eithinog and Brewery Fields Campaign|
A campaign to save unimproved grassland meadows on the edge of Bangor. Details of their objections to Gwynedd Council''s current Draft Local Plan.
|18||Swansea Environment Centre|
A focus for environmental information, education and action in South Wales, including Swansea and Neath Port Talbot. Offers news, information, and links.
|19||Groundwork Wales - Environmental Regeneration|
Environmental support for regeneration and grants for businesses and communities in Wales. Contains advice on community involvement and sustainability as well as grant information and links to local projects, mostly in South Wales.
|20||Southern Waste Management Partnership|
Includes objectives, waste facts and the text of the latest waste management plan.