Science and Nature

Science and Nature

Discover the natural wonders of Canada's east coast with the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History.

Our land and sea: visit the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources and the Natural Resources Canada websites.

For information on Wilderness Areas, Nature Reserves and other aspects of the provincial protected areas program, visit the Protected Areas section of the Nova Scotia Environment and Labour website.

Environment Canada will tell you about our weather, climate and some interesting environmental issues in the Atlantic region.

Interested in marine sciences? Visit the Fisheries and Oceans Canada website.

The Science and Technology Awareness Network (STANet) acts as a pipeline for information between science and technology related businesses and organizations and the public.

The Chebucto Community Network's Science, Environment and Technology index has links to many sites.

If you have an interest in astronomy visit the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Halifax Centre (RASC) website.

If you are interested in geological sciences, visit the Mineral Resources Branch of the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources. Other information can be found at the Geological Survey of Canada (Atlantic).

Protecting our Environment: see the Waste Resource Management information on the Nova Scotia Department of Environment and Labour website, the Ecology Action Centre, the Clean Nova Scotia Foundation, and the Nova Scotia Nature Trust home pages.

The National Research Council of Canada (NRC) provides worldwide scientific, technical and medical information through the Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (CISTI).