These resources were identified as a result of Claire's blog post on Northern Science. If you know of other resources we should list, send the link and some information in an email to the webmaster at sciwhy [at] gmail [dot] com.
- Arctic Borderlands Ecological Knowledge Co-op: Read and learn about the environmental changes people living in northern communities see around them compared to their traditional ecological knowledge.
- CARMA: The CircumArctic Rangifer Monitoring and Assessment Network: Everything you ever wanted to know about caribou and reindeer - and things you didn't even know you wanted to know.
- The Frozen Past: The Yukon Ice Patches (pdf): melting ice in the mountains has revealed evidence of the Yukon's past, from generations of caribou dung to a shoe lost by a hunter thousands of years ago.
- Ice Age Klondike: Fossil treasures from the frozen ground (pdf): An illustrated online booklet about the amazing fossils found in the Klondike gold fields.
- Ice Age Old Crow: Yukon's ancient history from north of the Arctic Circle (pdf): An illustrated booklet about the amazing discoveries near the Yukon's most northernly community.
- Inuit Observations of Climate Change (video): What the people of the Arctic have observed as the climate warms.
- Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, Yellowknife: Click on Online Exhibits for some great information about history and science in the Northwest Territories.
- Seabird Youth Network: A seabird education project based on the Pribilof Islands (Bering Sea). The project website has a comprehensive set of seabird lesson plans for teachers to download, and a blog focused on sharing seabird research, monitoring and conservation stories with students K-12
- Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope) podcasts: What's it like to live and do research in the North? Listen to scientists and northerners talk about their lives and their work.
- Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre's Education Corner: Woolly mammoths, scimitar cats, giant short-faced bears, and the ancient people who lived with them during the last ice age.
- Yukon Government archaeology and palaeontology booklets: Illustrated and accessible introductions to the ancient and more recent past of Canada's far northwest.
- Yukon Research Centre, Yukon College: Research done "in the north, for the north, by the north."
Astronomy for Kids
- Ask an Astronomer
- Astronomy for Kids
- Astronomy for Kids Online
- How to Become an Astronaut
- Kid's Astronomy
- Kid E-Space
- NASA Kids Club
- Children's Astronomy Glossary from NASA
- Space Games
- Space Weather
- Top Space Songs