Links to some other cool sites:
email me if you find sites you think the rest of the class would enjoy and find useful

Weather:
The Current Weather in Charleston
Regional Weather and Good Predictions (no hype)
Tropical Weather
The Current Tides - we flood when the tide goes over 7'; some areas flood at lower tides.  High tide + rain = flood.

Unbiased News:
The New York Times - 10 free articles a month
National Public Radio
The League of Women Voters
AARP


Study guides:
http://www.studygs.net/index.htm - many good tips for studying
http://www.studygs.net/tsttak3.htm - tips especially for test-taking

Evolution:
Berkeley Evolution Information - this site gives very good explanations of evolutionary processes, and discusses many misconceptions about Darwinian evolution
The National Center for Science Education - many links to informative sites that explain evolution
Palomar Community College - an excellent review
Talk Origins - this is a site devoted to discussing the Creation/Evolution controversy

Plant Structure and Function:
http://extension.oregonstate.edu/mg/botany/index.html - good general information + be sure to see all the additional links!
http://plantphys.info/ - The home page of a botany professor in Connecticut - lots of good links
http://plantphys.info/plant_biology/roots.html - more specific information on root systems
http://employees.csbsju.edu/ssaupe/biol327/Lab/maple/maple-sap.htm - sugar maple sap flow

Angiosperm Reproduction:
Gametophyte development - this comes from a small private college in Maryland.  The information that I reviewed is correct, but I did not look at the entire site.

Animal Structure and Function:
http://msjensen.cehd.umn.edu/Webanatomy/self/default.htm - University of Minnesota site with self tests on human organ systems.  It has not been updated since 2005, so be a little careful.