Bioregional Organisations

Bioregionalism is a system which uses identifiable natural regions as the basis for self-managed political units. The demarcation of these bioregions takes into account climate, soils, drainage, vegetation, mineral resources and importantly the cultures and societies that occur in these regions. A bioregion is thus an identifiable unit that integrates the human systems with non human systems.

The - Where Are You At? - Bioregional Quiz
An Australian Catchment & Bioregional Organisers Handbook
Bioregion Guide

Hubble Space Telescope Pictures
2 Micron All Sky Survey
Sol Terra Pacific Ocean Basin Turtle Island (North America)
Shasta Bioregion PlanetDrum
Great Lakes EcoCity Cleveland | Designing Cities in Balance with Nature
Oz (Australia)
Australian Bioregion South Queensland Traditional Owners Federation
Brisbane Bioregion

Useful Links

World Data Centres

Guide to World Data Centers - WWW Home Pages
Space Science and Engineering Center
NGDC/WDC A for MGG - Marine Geology & Geophysics Images
IGC: Atmosphere & Climate: Internet-Resources Collection
World Data Center A for Solid Earth Geophysics

Other Links

International Press Service - Home Page
The BBC News
USA Environmental News Network
Daily Satellite composite World Images
Global SST FNMOC's OTIS Model
JGOFS Home Page
FNMOC HomePage
IRI Climate Monitoring
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Satellite Imagery on the Internet
Environment and Ecology
New Scientist
Nature - International weekly journal of science
World Wide Web Virtual Library - Biodiversity

Last Updated Wed, 17 Mar 2004