Country Websites

Country Websites

Guam Environmental Protection Agency

Guam Meteorological Office

Guam Preservation Trust

Island Research and Education Initiative

Island Research & Educational Initiative (IREI) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization committed to upholding the unique environmental and cultural legacies of islands and island peoples. We initiate and implement our own projects and collaborate with like-minded groups. The scientific and educational work by IREI is carried out in direct response to specific concerns in specific locales.

The Marine Laboratory [Univ. of Guam]

The Marine Laboratory serves the greater Micronesian region, including the Territory of Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia (Yap, Chuuk, Kosrae and Pohnpei), the Republic of Palau and the Republic of the Marshall Islands. The lab's mission is to perform basic and applied research on the biology of tropical marine organisms, emphasising conservation and management of coastal marine resources and to provide community service through environmental assessments, technical reports and educational materials. Includes access to many full text publications.

Micronesia Challenge

Micronesian Seminar

see also:

The Pacific Environment Information Network [PEIN] Regional Frameworks and Strategies Directory [SPREP]

SPREP Library and IRC collection [SLIC] - includes online full text access to a wide range of Pacific environment materials.

The Pacific Environment Information Network [PEIN] Virtual Library - full text publications from SPREP, SOPAC, SPC and other CROP agencies, Pacific govt. environment depts. , regional institutions, and NGOs active in the area of environment conservation.

Pacific Environment Databases and Recommended Internet Resources

see also:

SPREP's International Instruments' webpage

"International instruments relevant to SPREP's work in the areas of Sustainable Economic Development, Ecosystems Management, Climate Change, and Waste Management."

http://www.sprep.org/att/IRC/eCOPIES/Birdlife-Pacific/2.%20%20CONTENTS.htm

Academic literature and research

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