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http://www.onsa.org.ve/

Spanish and English pages about the National voluntary and civil Organization, dedicated to maritime safety, navigation and ecological balance and search and rescue operations dedicated to the preservation of human lives at sea and the protection of the Marine Environment.

http://www.poolelifeboats.org.uk/

Includes part of a TV documentary about the station, a section on each of the crew members, boat specs, latest incidents, a kids corner, safety information, links and events about the Dorsetshire lifeboat station.

http://www.aberdeencoastguardcrt.co.uk/

Information about the team, equipment and recent incidents as well as news and links. Based on the North Eastern coast of Scotland, UK.

http://www.coastguard.com.au/

Features information regarding what they do and how to contact the various branches. Organisation formed in 1961 to promote safety in the operation of small craft.

http://www.coastguardwellington.org.nz/

Offers crew and rescue details, training information, a photograph gallery and items for sale.

http://www.taurangacoastguard.co.nz/

Information on marine forecasts, tide timetables, education, membership, and funding along with pictures and feedback forms.

http://www.taupocoastguard.co.nz/

Details on the operation of the unit, situated on Lake Taupo, New Zealand, which operates a radio service to answer emergency calls, a dedicated rescue vessel, education and lake watchers.

http://www.coastguard.org.nz/

Contains information about the governing body for the Northern quarter of the Coastguard units in New Zealand.

http://www.coastguardwhakatane.co.nz/

Gives information about the marine rescue service based at Waikanae Beach on the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand.

http://www.coastguardsouth.org.nz/

Describes the organization that assists and supports units operating from Kaikoura and Greymouth down to Bluff and Riverton in the South Island of New Zealand.

http://www.nci.org.uk/

Undertakes activities in areas of the United Kingdom where the coastguard no longer operates. Includes locations, web cams, and press releases.

http://www.nsri.org.za/

Member of the International Lifeboat Committee, and of the SASAR Maritime Sub-Committee. The Institutes headquarters are situated in their own building in Sea Point, Cape Town.

http://www.sasearescue.org.au/

Gives information on the history, training courses offered, membership, flotilla areas, function room hire, sponsors, links and upcoming events of a unit that began in 1960.

http://www.vmr.org.au/

Based in Queensland Australia. Education, training and safety services are offered.

http://www.whitfordssearescue.org.au/

Based in the northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia.

http://www.runswickrescue.org.uk/

Describes an inshore rescue facility funded and manned by the local community, and complementing the services of HM Coastguards and RNLI.

http://www.bunburysearescue.org.au/

The operation, training available and other useful boating information. Australia.

http://www.papakuracoastguard.co.nz/

Information, pictures and videos about a Unit that operates on the Manukau Harbour, Auckland, New Zealand.

http://www.auckland-coastguard.org.nz/

Auckland Coastguard: Saving lives at sea, Boating Education, Boating information.

http://www.cgns.co.nz/

About a dedicated group of 42 active volunteers who are on 24 hour pager call, 365 days per year.

http://www.cfvsar.bc.ca/

Contains overview, tips, membership, education, news archive, and contact form for British Columbia based team.

http://www.wilsar.org.uk/

Assist in search for missing persons or the vulnerable, and items such as evidence in a criminal case. Primarily covers the County of Wiltshire. United Kingdom.

http://www.bwrs.org.au/

A voluntary organisation that provides a search and rescue service to bushwalkers in New South Wales. Australia.

http://www.bca.edu.au/

Information provided by this consortium in promoting and developing biostatistical methodologies and applications in health and medical research.

http://www.epi.uci.edu/

Describes the mission of the Division to study the etiology (genetic and environmental) and control of chronic disease, particularly cancer. Located in California.

http://jech.bmj.com/

Monthly international journal encompassing numerous aspects of epidemiology and public health.

http://www.borninbradford.nhs.uk/

Tracking the lives of more than 10,000 babies born in Bradford between 2006 and 2009.

http://www.psych.umn.edu/

The Minnesota Twin Registry, started 1983, being a registry of all twins born in Minnesota from 1936 to 1955 and between 1961 and 1964. Also houses the Minnesota Twin Study of Adult Development, beginning 1986, and the Minnesota Twin Family Study, a prospective study of the development of psychological traits like personality and etiology of psychopathology.

http://www.aifs.gov.au/

Following cohorts of Australian children born early in the twenty-first century.

http://www.crfr.ac.uk/

Scottish study started in 2005, following five thousand babies born between May 2004 and February 2005 and three thousand born between May 2002 and February 2003.