This webpage contains images, stories, movie and audio clips, and lots of text about, virtually any desert-related topic: plants, animals, geology, cultural and natural history, recreation, parks, cities, travel and people.
This is the webpage for the Office of Arid Land studies at the University of Arizona. It contains lots of information about arid lands including current projects their organization is working on and links to their periodical called the Arid Lands Newsletter.
This is a link to the Desert Research Institute, a nonprofit, statewide division of the University and Community College System of Nevada. It contains information on environmental research projects being conducted in arid areas.
This is a link to Canyonlands National Park's webpage, which covers a number of topics including human history, and basic desert ecology for the Canyonlands region.
This is a webpage created by the US Geological Survey which lists and briefly describes some major ongoing scientific studies in the Mojave.
This is a link to a Sierra Club page describing the population growth in three southwestern cities - Los Angeles, San Diego and Phoenix.
This page contains a ton of great desert pictures, which are definitely worth checking out.
This page is the homepage of the magazine Arroyo which contains many interesting articles dealing with water issues in the Southwestern United States.
This webpage is called "Oust the Cows!," and it discusses some of the different legal actions that have been taken to stop cattle grazing in areas of the Southwestern United States.
This is a link to the Saltcedar Management and Riparian Restoration Workshop held in June of 1996.