The following links connect to the web pages of organisations or individuals involved in science in Nova Scotia, or external sites of scientific interest. Suggestions for further valuable links of relevance to science in Nova Scotia are welcome. Please send your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Web Pages of Scientific Institutions in Nova Scotia
- Atlantic Geoscience Society
- Acadia University Faculty of Pure and Applied Science
- Athenæum Society of Nova Scotia
- Bedford Institute of Oceanography
- Bedford Institute of Oceanography – Oceans Association
- Dalhousie University Faculty of Science
- Geological Survey of Canada Atlantic
- Nova Scotia Museum
- NRC Institute for Marine Biosciences
- Saint Mary’s University Faculty of Science
- Mount Saint Vincent University
- Saint Francis Xavier University Faculty of Science
Web Pages of Science-based Initiatives in Nova Scotia
- Discovery Centre
- Joggins Fossil Cliffs– On July 7, 2008, “The Joggins Fossil Cliffs, (Canada)” was inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. The announcement from the Province of Nova Scotia is here.
- Dr. John H. Calder, of the NS Dept. of Natural Resources, has written a paper entitled “Coal Age Galapagos: Joggins and the Lions of Nineteenth Century Geology”. The paper was published in Atlantic Geology, 42, 37-51 (2006) and available for free online.
- The NS Museum also has material relating to the Joggins Fossil Cliffs and to other fossil sites throughout Nova Scotia.
- Tools to assist students, teachers and parents are available at: Nova Scotia Youth Experiences in Science (NSYES)
Other Science-Related Links
The Nova Scotian Institute of Science is not responsible for the content of externally linked web pages.