AND DON"T FORGET TO LOOK IN THE LIBRARY, TOO. Also use the Crossett Library home-page to connect to Infotrack and, especially CARL UnCover for literature search.
Darwin: Works of Darwin available on-line (off
Mostly a bunch of pictures of Charles D
Wallace: Co-inventor of natural selection, and interestingly
eccentric in own right
Another history page, lots of biographies, photos, etc.
"Enter Evolution" at Berkeley: Lotsa links
"The Evolutionist" magazine: Somewhat politicized, often controversial, but frequently interesting semi-popular and inter-disciplinary. Read skeptically.
Talk/Origins: Discussion group about evolution/creation issue
Human Behavior and Evolution Society: What it sounds like
WWW Page: Hundreds of Links
Evolution Links: Another big collection
Tree of Life: Evolutionary relationships among all creatures; only some groups in detail so far, but being added to all the time. Much taxonomic information
Center for Evolutionary Psychology: Full of what's upsetting lots of social scientists
Burgess Shale Fossils: Weird very early multi-cellular organisms
Observed Instances of Speciation
World of Richard Dawkins: UNOFFICIAL Dawkins site -- hero-worship of author of The Selfish Gene, but some good links.
Evidence for evolution: Some cute anecdotes
A repository of published phylogenetic schemes
tree of life": Really cool web-app demonstrating fractal
nature of phylogenetic trees (for plants, specifically) with nice
Biomorph evolution simulation
BBC ALIFE: Another simulation.
BBC Evolution homepage
PBS evolution: The american parallel
"About Darwin" home page: About the man.
Hot area of theory and research
about Evolution: On-line version of National Academy publication
directed towards teachers.