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The Advertising Artwork of Dr. Seuss
Brief information and images of illustrations created by Dr. Suess (born Theodore Seuss Geisel) before he "found fame as a children's book author." Includes work created for oil, ball bearing, beer, and sugar companies, bug spray ("Quick, Henry, the Flit!"), and radio promotional spots.
the Mandeville Special Collections Library at the University of California, San Diego

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California Explores the Ocean: Expeditions
A collection of reports, letters, clippings, ships' logs, published research, and photos of numerous expeditions of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography "to study the seas, marine life and the geology of the sea floor." Includes the Mid-Pacific Expedition (1950), the Capricorn Expedition (1952), the Lusiad Expedition (1962), and the Nova Expedition (1967). A collaboration of the San Diego Historical Society and the University of California, San Diego.
University of California, San Diego

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California Explores the Ocean: Fish Bulletin -- Calif. Dept. of Fish and Game
"The California Department of Fish and Game's Fish Bulletin is a core resource for the study of fish and fisheries in California. Continuously published as a monographic series since 1913, but slowing down publication in recent years, the Fish Bulletin contains in-depth monographs on a variety of topics, primarily marine, and also including some non-fish marine species." This site provides full text of the bulletins.
the University of California, San Diego

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California Explores the Ocean: San Diego Historical Society - Oral Histories
A searchable collection of over 50 transcribed interviews with "fishermen, cannery workers, fishing boat owners and captains, fishmongers, and others involved in commercial fishing, sport fishing, and boat building. Many belonged to immigrant Italian and Portuguese families that settled in San Diego from around 1910 to 1930." More than half of the interviews feature audio. A collaboration of the San Diego Historical Society and the University of California, San Diego.
University of California, San Diego

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California Explores the Ocean: San Diego Historical Society - Photographs
A searchable collection of photographs from the 1870 to the 1970s, including images of "the ocean and coastline around San Diego ... its boat and ship industry, the U.S. Navy's early presence in the area, marine life, kelp harvesting and processing, sea salt production, sport fishing, commercial fishing, the tuna industry, canneries, fish trade, and oceanographic research." A collaboration of the San Diego Historical Society and the University of California, San Diego.
University of California, San Diego

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Call to Arms: Communist Ephemera of Madrid During the Spanish Civil War
"This exhibit focuses on the printed ephemera of the Partido Comunista de España (PCE) and affiliated groups produced in Madrid during the Spanish Civil War. Throughout the conflict, the PCE emerged as one of the prominent organs of propaganda in Madrid." Features images and translations of handbills and posters on topics such as mobilization, unity, and morale. Also includes a brief bibliography.
University of California, San Diego . The Mandeville Special Collections Library

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The Center for Comparative Immigration Studies: Working Papers
Collection of dozens of publications on immigration topics such as U.S. immigration reform, illegal immigration, refugees, the U.S.-Mexico border, and health and education of immigrants. Archives go back to 2000.
University of California, San Diego . The Center for Comparative Immigration Studies (CCIS)

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Climate Change
This brief site explains the importance of changes in climate, and provides information on global warming, the greenhouse effect, and determining ancient climates from trees, coral reefs, polar ice caps, and the ocean floor.
University of California, San Diego . The Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography

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Complementary and Alternative Therapies for Cancer Patients
A browsable list of complementary and alternative therapies for treating cancer, promoting wellness, and coping with the side effects of conventional cancer treatments. Includes a description of each therapy, its believed functioning and reported benefit, potential risk and harm, and cost.
University of California, San Diego . The Rebecca and John Moores UCSD Cancer Center

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Dr. Seuss Went to War: A Catalog of Political Cartoons
"Over 400 editorial cartoons" created by Theodor Geisel (Dr. Seuss) during 1941-1943 for the New York newspaper "PM." Browsable by date, and subject (people, countries/regions, war/domestic issues, battles and battlefields). Also includes a set of war bonds cartoons by Geisel. From the Mandeville Special Collections Library at the University of California, San Diego.
Mandeville Special Collections Library, University of California, San Diego

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Early and Clairvoyant Journals by Hannah Weiner
Images of hundreds of pages or works by Hannah Weiner, a "largely unknown and practically unread" author who invented "large-sheet poetry" (also called "avant-garde journalism"). Weiner's work is described in the lengthy introductory essay as "stemming from Ralph Waldo Emerson and Gertrude Stein's radical narrative theories." From the Mandeville Special Collections Library, University of California, San Diego.
University of California, San Diego . The Mandeville Special Collections Library

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Earth Like a Puzzle
Explores plate tectonics. Contains information on spreading centers, what happens when plates collide, and the layers of the earth. Includes maps.
University of California, San Diego . The Scripps Institution of Oceanography

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Earthguide
This interactive "educational resource about Earth, oceans and the environment" features presentations and animations on topics such as Southern California weather and earthquakes, science of the sea floor, tsunamis, global change and global warming, geologic time, and tides and waves. Also includes links to related websites with news, images, maps, data, teaching tools, activities, and more.
University of California, San Diego . The Geosciences Research Division at Scripps Institution of Oceanography

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Forces of Nature: Southern California Weather
Designed for elementary school students, this website features interactive activities on temperature, wind, and weather forecasting. Also includes material for teachers, a glossary, and links to related websites. (It is anticipated that activities about the water cycle, precipitation, extreme weather, and atmosphere will be available in the near future.) Produced by Earthguide, a part of the Geosciences Research Division at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego.
University of California, San Diego

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Grey Matters: From Molecules to Mind
Grey Matters "is an educational [television and online video] series that seeks to enhance public awareness of recent developments in brain research. Topics include stem cells, brain development, perception, addiction and sleep." Features online video lessons and related study guides, teacher resources, and links for selected segments. Also available in Spanish.
University of California, San Diego . The Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind

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Images of Baja California: Images by Harry Crosby
Exhibit of dozens of annotated photographs of Baja California taken in 1967-1992. Includes sections on "Pre-history and History of Antigua California," "Life at Remote Ranches in Baja California," and "Landmarks Along the Wheeltracks Grandly Known as the 'Trans-Peninsular Highway.'" From the Mandeville Special Collections Library, University of California, San Diego.
University of California, San Diego . The Mandeville Special Collections Library

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Images of Baja California: Images by Howard E. Gulick
Exhibit of dozens of briefly annotated photographs of Baja California taken in 1950-1967. "Gulick made hundreds of photographs of Baja California's landscapes, coastlines, cities and built environment." This exhibit provides a selection of Gulick's Baja California images.
University of California, San Diego . The Mandeville Special Collections Library

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Images of Baja California: Images by Marquis McDonald
Exhibit of dozens of annotated photographs of Baja California taken in 1949-1950. Marquis McDonald "set out in the fall of 1949 to visit all the known mission locations in Baja California. In 1968 McDonald published a book about the adventure." This site features a selection of photos of the peninsula's missions, ruins, and scenery with associated text from McDonald's book.
University of California, San Diego . The Mandeville Special Collections Library

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KSDTRadio.org
Site of KSDT, "a student-run radio station located on the campus of the University of California, San Diego." KSDT "broadcasts solely via streaming MP3 on the internet." The site contains a program schedule, a searchable playlist, discussion forums, the KSDT online magazine, a calendar of local events, and lists of record stores and music venues in the San Diego area.
University of California, San Diego

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Little Animals: Big Bag of Tricks
Information on nudibranchs (a type of sea slug), including food, smell, and camouflage.
University of California, San Diego . The Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO)

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The Missions of Alta California: Photographs by William Henry Jackson
Exhibit of selections from William Henry Jackson's series of albumen photographs (1885-1890) of the Franciscan missions in California. Features images of twelve missions including Mission Dolores in San Francisco, and missions in San Luis Rey, San Juan Capistrano, and Santa Barbara. Includes multiple images of some of the missions.
University of California, San Diego . The Mandeville Special Collections Library

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Muscle Physiology Home Page: The Introduction to Muscle Physiology and Design
Includes a general overview essay with information on the cross-bridge cycle; cellular energy stores; glucose and fat metabolism; creatine phosphate; fiber types and lengths; microscopic, macroscopic, and myofilament structure; hypertrophy; anabolic steroids; electrical stimulation; and eccentric contraction. Also includes abstracts of recent publications by Muscle Physiology Lab personnel, full text of selected articles, and a bibliography. Searchable.
University of California, San Diego . The Muscle Physiology Lab

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Otolaryngic Gerontology (Issues of Aging)
Provides general information on illnesses "common later in life," including those affecting the ears (earwax, itchy ears, decreased hearing, tinnitus); nose (aging rhinitis, bloody nose, allergic rhinitis); and throat (sore throat, cough).
University of California, San Diego . The Division of OtolaryngologymdashHead and Neck Surgery

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San Diego/Tijuana Border Aerial Photo Set
An exhibit of ten "scanned sections of the joint USGS/US Customs Service series produced in 1979," representing border areas of San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico.
the University of California, San Diego

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Scripps Institution of Oceanography Library: Collections
Thousands of "still images (prints, slides, negatives, digital images) of people, ships, oceanographic instruments, buildings, meetings, events, expeditions, marine environments specimens collected by or associated with the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. These collections include works of individual photographers, ... collections of official photographs, ... &amp individual photo albums single prints donated to the SIO Archives.&quot From the SIO Archives, University of California, San Diego.
University of California, San Diego . The SIO Archives

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