Evolution in a Nutshell
The theory of evolution grows out of common sense and a simple hypothesis.
The Rise and Fall of Land Bridges
Once a mainstay of paleobiologists, land bridges nearly vanished with the advent of continental drift.
What the public should know about evolution by watching television.
Archive of talk.origins
Dare I say, the Bible of evolution on the Web, with a superb list of links. One of Usenet's great legacies.
A teacher-oriented site produced by the University of California and the National Center for Science Education, the best-organized place to prepare for class—or the school-board meetings where creationists pop up.
Going into depth about how species respond to each other, not just nature, an exhibit from the Hooper Virtual Natural History Museum.
"Evolution" the TV Series
The Public Broadcasting System presented a seven-part program to millions of viewers in 2001. See it and much more on the PBS Web site.
Evolution and Creationism
The Hooper Virtual Natural History Museum presents this cool-headed and thorough introduction to evolution science and the arguments being raised against it.
Evolution Resources from the AAAS
Source documents, court cases, perspectives, and much more from the American Association for the Advancement of Science, part of the Web site "Dialogue on Science, Ethics, & Religion."
The Tree of Life
An enormous collection of information about species living and dead, with plenty of supporting links.
Heterochrony and Evolutionary Processes
How evolution can proceed in surprising ways, worth studying for deeper understanding, from the Hooper Virtual Natural History Museum.
Evolution and Earth History Are Central to Science Education
The American Geophysical Union weighs in on the importance of evolution and historical geology. This is an update of the position statement once called "Creationism Is Not Science."