Science & the Environment Resources
The field of science is very broad in scope. From biology to chemistry, from physics to earth science, from technology to the space sciences, the general resources listed below will provide a wide overview of the many areas of scientific discovery.
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ECB VideoLinks's Science Images and Animations
This library of digital images and animations covers topics in science and is designed for use in electronic teaching resources or student multimedia projects.
Resources @ LPL
(Funded by and available to Wisconsin residents through BadgerLink)
Science Research (EbscoHost)
Find information on science-related topics in reference books, magazines, scholarly journals, and encyclopedias.
Student Research Center (EbscoHost)
Middle and high school students doing research for school projects will find dictionaries, encyclopedias, magazine and newspaper articles and biographies in this resource.
Science Fair Books:
Use these subjects when searching the Library Catalog for materials on science fairs, experiments and projects:
⇒Science - Exhibitions
⇒Science - Experiments
Also be sure to search the Science Fair Links listed below.
Local Science Links:
Green La Crosse
Green La Crosse is a group of public, private and non-profit organizations working together to improve the quality of the environment in the Upper Mississippi River Valley.
National Weather Station-La Crosse
National Weather Station-La Crosse includes information on hazardous weather, local weather, rivers, and historical weather data for the region.
National Science Links:
Department of Energy (DOE)
The most current government information, news, publications, and statistics related to energy and energy resources can be found at this website.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
The EPA leads the nation's environmental science, research, education, and assessment efforts. The mission of the Environmental Protection Agency is to protect human health and the environment.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
NASA is our nation’s pioneer in space exploration, scientific discovery, and aeronautics research.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Search NOAA's website to find information about weather, climate change, our planet, oceans and coasts, and space.
United States Geological Survey (USGS)
The USGS focuses on biology, geography, geology, water, and geospatial information as well as the natural hazards that threaten us.
Science Fair Links:
All Science Fair Projects
Find hundreds of experiments and projects sorted by grade level on science topics ranging from Astrology to Zoology.
Science Fair Central
Learn how to complete a science fair project by uncovering the process of investigation and invention. This site also includes hundreds of science fair project ideas.
Science Fair Project Ideas
Browse thousands of science fair projects by grade level and/or subject area on this website.
Last updated 9/2012 by Darcy