Sites listed in the Science and Environment category contain information about New Mexico's natural environment as well as scientific activities and organizations specific to the state.
Page representing the Audubon Chapter of Southeastern New Mexico, giving local information and links to interesting sites.
Narrative written by the State Climatologists and published by the National Climatic Data Center.
Dedicated to beautification of New Mexico through education and volunteerism.
A nonprofit research organization in Santa Fe, New Mexico that develops coordinated methods, such as software tools, to help scientists comprehend biological data.
Non-profit group promoting science, the scientific method, rational thinking, and the critical examination of extraordinary claims. Includes articles and information about their activities.
Includes special events and programs and department information.
Recycling directory, green building information, and how to stop junk mail.
Providing rural water and wastewater utilities with on-site assistance and training, legislative representation and service support with respect to quality and conservation of New Mexico's water resources.
Works to the protect and restore wildlands and wilderness areas in the state. Includes news, publications, how to get involved, and a wilderness FAQ.
A research and development, and test and evaluation organization that provides support to the government and private industry. Located at New Mexico State University, in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Sandia National Lab is part of the DOE and performs important national research.
Private, non-profit, multidisciplinary research and education center that pursues emerging science, largely on a theoretical level. Topics include artificial life forms and evolutionary complexity.
Inspiring and educating people about Fractals, Chaos Theory and the interconnectedness of complex systems.
A grassroots non-profit dedicated to planting trees on public lands and providing environmental education to the state of New Mexico.
Provides information on Xeriscape in New Mexico including the annual Xeriscape Conference, references, links, workshops, gardens to visit.
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