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Geology - Page 1
Index - Page 1

Geology cont.

  • Hope Diamond - The history of the stone which was eventually named the Hope diamond began when the French merchant traveler, Jean Baptiste Tavernier, purchased a 112 3/16-carat diamond.
  • Jason Project, The - A year-long educational program designed to excite and engage students in science and technology.
  • Jason Project - The JASON Project is a 501(c)(c3) non-profit organization that connects students with scientists and researchers in real- and near-real time, virtually and physically...
  • Kentucky Coal Education - Teacher & Professional resources.
  • Middle School Earth Science Explorer - Wheeling Jesuit University/NASA Classroom of the Future™.
  • Mineral Gallery - Amethyst Galleries, Inc. A constantly growing collection of mineral descriptions, images, and specimens.
  • Mining History Network .. Homepage - An information
    resource for mining historians.
  • MSHA Kid's Page - Our job is to protect those that work at mines, maybe your father, mother, aunt or uncle. Explore and learn more about mining.
  • NASA's Image Access - Planetary Photojournal.
  • National Museum of Wildlife Art - Dedicated to providing exceptional educational programs to students of all ages...
  • NOAA Paleoclimatology Program - A central location for paleoclimate data, research, and education at the National Geophysical Data Center.
  • NOAA/NGDC - World Data Center for Marine Geology and Geophysics, Boulder.
  • PlanetDiary - Earths Journal.
  • Powder River Coal Company - Owns and operates four surface mines in the Powder River Basin of Wyoming.
  • Rockhounding Arkansas - Arkansas quartz crystals, rocks and minerals, and diamonds are famous around the world. Here is the authoritative guide to rock and mineral collecting.
  • Sand Web Site - A place where you can learn about sand, see a variety of different kinds of sand, and look at sands from different places around the world.
  • Savage Earth - Although it feels solid and hard beneath our feet, the outer surface of the Earth is a thin crust of fragile rock, fractured like the cracked shell of an egg. A PBS series.
  • Savage Planet - While planet Earth sustains life, it also harbors forces that can instantly destroy us. From PBS...
  • ScienceMaster - Science learning web site, for students, parents and teachers.
  • Smithsonian - Gem & Mineral Collection Images.
  • St. Louis Science Center - Serves as a bridge between scientist and lay person, encouraging an understanding of ecology and the environment, humanity, technology and the space sciences.
  • The - Science, Geology, Mineralogy, Geochemistry, Crystallography, Photography, Digital Photography, Faceting...
  • The Mineral Gallery - View an assortment of top quality mineral, crystal, and rock specimens in all sizes.
  • The Ozone Hole - For nearly a billion years, ozone molecules in the atmosphere have protected life on Earth from the effects of ultraviolet rays.
  • USGS - U.S. Geological Survey.
  • USGS - Ground Water Atlas.
  • USGS - Plate Tectonics.
  • USGS - Marine Geology: Research Beneath the Sea.
  • USGS - Water Science for Schools: The Water Cycle.
  • UCMP - Tour of geologic time.
  • West's Geology Directory - School of Ocean and Earth Science , Southampton University, Southampton Oceanography Centre.
  • What on Earth is Soil? - Soil makes up the outermost layer of our planet. Soil has varying amounts of organic matter (living and dead organisms), minerals, and nutrients.
  • World Data Center for Marine Geology & Geophysics, Boulder - Images: Visualizing Data.
Rocks & Minerals
  1. Rocks and Minerals of Kentucky - Kentucky Geological Survey, University of Kentucky.
  2. Smithsonian - Gem & Mineral Collection Images.
  1. Global Volcanism Program - Worldwide Holocene Volcano and Eruption Information.
  2. Michigan Technological University Volcanoes Page - A primary focus of volcanology is to provide scientific and educational information that can lead to hazard mitigation.
  3. Mount Saint Helen's - Before and after the volcano.
  4. Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument - At 8:32 Sunday morning, May 18, 1980, Mount St. Helens erupted. Shaken by an earthquake measuring 5.1 on the Richter scale.
  5. The Santorini Volcano - Santorini is the most known and active volcanic island of the Hellenic Arc in the south Aegean Sea.
  6. Shield Volcanoes & Composite Volcanoes - USGS.
  7. Stromboli Online - Volcanoes of the world: QTVR
  8. USGS - Cascades Volcano Observatory.

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