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Research & Information: Climate Change
Places to visit
permanent exhibit at the Connecticut State Museum of Natural History on the interaction between the natural history and the culture history of Connecticut (hours & directions
The Welikia Project
A virtual visit to Manhattan and Staten Island as it was before Europeans arrived.
Research & Information: Environmental Data
EPA: Region 1
The Environmental Protection Agency's New England office. News and resources specifically aimed at New England are included.
"Where you live"
produced by the Environmental Protection Agency which allow viewing by zipcode or region. Examples: My Environment
produces interactive maps with environmental and population data.
Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center
Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center research activities are focused on understanding the geologic framework of the East Coast, Gulf of Mexico, and Great Lakes.
Connecticut Geological and Natural History Survey
Responsible for coordination and implementation of statewide natural resource data collection inventories in various areas.
USGS New England Water Science Center
Water resources for six-state regions, and partners with Federal, State, Tribal, and local agencies in hydrologic studies that advance human health, public safety, and environmental sustainability.
General Environmental Science resources
General Environmental Science resources at Buley Library can be accessed via
Research by CT Scientists