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For students and professionals alike, free science journals and databases are always good news. You have probably stumbled upon links to free scientific papers. But what about links to databases?

There are so many online, but I will only give you those I have found and thought useful.

ScienceResearch.com — A portal allowing searchable access to numerous scientific journals and databases.

WebCASPAR — A database of science and engineering statistical data resources.

USGS Real-Time Water Data — A map of the United States showing real-time streamflow and water quality data of the nation's rivers and reservoirs.

USGS Earthquake Hazards Program — Maps of California, Nevada, the United States, and the World, showing real-time earthquake data.

Science.gov — A searchable gateway to authoritative science information provided by US government agencies.

Ask.com Recent Earthquake Activity — An interactive map of the world, showing real-time earthquake data.

More links to come soon.

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