- AGIWEB - American Geological Institute.
- Amethyst Galleries' Mineral
Gallery - A constantly growing database of mineral descriptions, images, and
specimens. The descriptions include searchable mineralogical data, plus other
information of interest to students and rock hounds!
- Ask an Earth
Scientist - Answers from Dr. Ken Rubin and his people in the Department of
Geology and Geophysics at the University of Hawaii.
- Australia's Lost Kingdoms - Visit
Australia as it was millions of years ago. Take an exciting journey through time
from 110 million years ago to the present and beyond.
- Burke Museum - Contains
nationally ranked collections totaling over 3 million specimens. These
collections are divided into three main divisions: Geology, Anthropology and
Landscapes - Canadian Landscapes and landforms including brief geological
explanations provide insight on how the features developed.
- Cape Cod Rocks - Cape Cod Rocks
is an Internet e-Museum for exploring gems, fossils, rocks and mineral
- Coal Education Web Site -
Presented by Kentucky Coal Council.
- Department of Conservation, Division
of Mines and Geology - California's State Geological Survey.
- Dinosaurs:Bosco's RockPile - A
Place to share Dinosaur, Geology and Paleontology sites, photos, information and
- Douglas Henderson's
Earth History Illustrations - The works of artist Douglas Henderson, an
illustrator of scientific reconstructions of earth history.
- Earth Science World - You
can monitor current events, make maps, do activities and puzzles, compile data,
collect ideas for Earth Science Week, gather career information, and browse the
Beginnings and Archean Life - Studies of meteorites tell geologists and
astrophysicists about the age of our solar system.
Smithsonian - Features answers to frequently asked questions about the
Smithsonian and links to Smithsonian resources on subjects from Art to Zoology.
- Extreme Science - Ever wondered
what the biggest, baddest, and the best are in the natural world?
- Fossil Horse
Cybermuseum - The Florida Museum of Natural History presents this on-line
exhibit on fossil horse (Equidae) paleontology, evolution, phylogeny,
relationships, biology, nomenclature, and geological time sequence in N America.
Academy's - Newfoundland and Labrador Glossary of Geological Terms.
- GeoResources - Geography
website and revision guide.
- Geological Survey of the Czech Republic -
- Geology and Earth Science - Current Events
- Articles - Maps - News.
- Geology and Earth
Science Definitions - Consult our geology dictionary for definitions, images
and short articles about the most commonly used geological terms.
Museum - You can see a western Kansas Cretaceous mosasaur, a giant ground
sloth, a mastodon tusk plus other displays in the ESU Geology Museum.
- Geo-Mysteries @
The Children's Museum -With Rex the Dino Detective. Geologic Timeline, Fast
FAQs about rocks and fossils. Field Tips for Field Trips.
- Global Earthquake Response Center!
- Offers news, information, preparedness supplies and a comprehensive guide to
online resources about earthquakes.
- Grand Canyon
Explorer - Geology of the Grand Canyon.
Birthstone - The Mineral Gallery a database of mineral descriptions, images,
- 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
- How Rocks
Are Formed - Animations that will show you how the three different kinds of
rocks are formed by clicking on different areas of the pictures.
- Jason Project,
The - A year-long educational program designed to excite and engage students
in science and technology.
VIII: Journey From the Center of the Earth - Explore two of the earth's
geologically unique locations, Iceland and Yellowstone.
- Marine Reserves: How
do you fit in? JASON 14 Digital Lab
- Middle School
Earth Science Explorer - Wheeling Jesuit University/NASA Classroom of the
- Mineral Gallery - Amethyst
Galleries, Inc. A constantly growing collection of mineral descriptions, images,
Identification - Mineral information and interactive identification.
- 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.
- 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.
Arkansas - Arkansas quartz crystals, rocks and minerals, and diamonds are
famous around the world. Here is the authoritative guide to rock and mineral
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
- 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
- Savage Planet - While
planet Earth sustains life, it also harbors forces that can instantly destroy
us. From PBS...
- 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.
Essential Guide to Rocks - BBC Education - Animated.
- TheImage.com - Science, Geology,
Mineralogy, Geochemistry, Crystallography, Photography, Digital Photography,
- The Santorini
Volcano - Santorini is the most known and active volcanic island of the
Hellenic Arc in the south Aegean Sea.
- USGS - U.S. Geological Survey.
- West's Geology Directory -
School of Ocean and Earth Science , Southampton University, Southampton
- 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.
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