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European Environmental Data Request Facility (CEDAR)
provides computing and Internetwork facilities to support
international data exchange with the Central and Eastern
European environmental community.
Society of America (ESA)
is a non-partisan, non-profit organization of scientists
founded in 1915 to stimulate sound ecological research,
clarify and communicate the science of ecology, and promote
the responsible application of ecological knowledge to public
Protection Agency (EPA)
U.S. government site contains information on the protection
of public health and the environment.
Resources Information Network (ERIN)
site provides information on the Australian environment
and supporting requirements for ecologically sustainable
Environment Agency (EEA)
EEA and its wider network, EIONET, aim to provide the European
Union and the Member States with high quality information
on the environment and to provide scientific and technical
support towards this purpose.
- European Centre
for Environment and Health
Rome Division of ECEH is following up the implementation
of the actions recommended in the declaration of the Third
Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health.
Institute for Environmental Studies - Japan
established in 1974, is the sole national institute for
comprehensive research in the environmental sciences for
and Global Data for Global Change Research from ORNL DAAC
metadata database of data and models on the biogeochemical
dynamics of terrestrial ecosystems. Metadata contain links
to data and models held by other data centers.
Regional Environmental Centre for Central and Eastern Europe
Centre is a non-profit organization that encourages cooperation
among non-governmental organisations, governments, businesses
and other environmental stakeholders, by supporting free
information exchange and by promoting public participation
in environmental decision-making.
Info desk, Earth Observation Applications Department, European
Space Agency (ESA-ESRIN)
TESEO activity - Treaty Enforcement Support using Earth
Observation - was initiated in order to explore the potential
of Earth Observation to support in the near future the implementation
of international environmental treaties of European concern.