National Geographic’s Monterey Bay: A Sustainable Seas Expedition
www.nationalgeographic.com/monterey/

A virtual tour of a kelp forest, plus a flyover of Monterey Canyon and a photo gallery of sanctuary species


National Geographic and NPR’s Radio Expeditions: Humpback Whales www.nationalgeographic.com/radiox/frame.html

Audio of humpback whales singing at the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary, plus the story behind the broadcast


National Geographic’s Florida Keys: Postcards From the Edge

www.nationalgeographic.com/keys/

Audio recollections from National Public Radio's Frank Deford; plus photos and more


Ocean Explorer (from NOAA)

oceanexplorer.noaa.gov/

Virtually explore the oceans through photos, articles, video, and recent news on this award-winning site.


Sustainable Seas Expeditions

www.sustainableseas.noaa.gov/

Interviews with sanctuary managers, dispatches from ongoing and past expeditions to the sanctuaries, and sanctuary descriptions and maps


National Marine Sanctuaries
www.sanctuaries.nos.noaa.gov/welcome.html

An introduction to the National Marine Sanctuary Program, plus information on educational and research activities and a photo gallery of the sanctuaries’ species and habitats


Legacy of the U.S.S. Monitor
home.att.net/~iron.clad/

A look at the history, discovery, and conservation of the Monitor


NOAA Ship Gordon Gunter
www.pmc.noaa.gov/gu/index.html

The home page of the Gordon Gunter, with information on the ship’s design, equipment, operations, and schedule


NOAA Ship McArthur

www.pmc.noaa.gov/ar/index.html

The McArthur’s home page, detailing the ship’s design, equipment, operations, and schedule


The DeepWorker Submersible

www.nuytco.com/deepworker.html

DeepWorker’s specifications and systems


United Nations Atlas of the Oceans

www.oceansatlas.org/index.jsp

Visit this site for information relevant to the sustainable development of the oceans.

 

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