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n. pl. ge·ol·o·gies
1. The scientific
study of the origin, history, and structure of the earth.
2. The structure of
a specific region of the earth's crust.
3. A book on geology.
4. The scientific study
of the origin, history, and structure of the solid matter
of a celestial body.
- AGIWEB - American
- 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!
an Earth Scientist - Answers from Dr. Ken Rubin and
his people in the Department of Geology and Geophysics
at the University of Hawaii.
- American Geophysical Union - Science for Everyone. Geology Articles.
- Australia's Extinct Animals
Museum - Contains nationally ranked collections totaling
over 3 million specimens. These collections are divided
into three main divisions: Geology, Anthropology and Zoology.
Landscapes - Canadian Landscapes and landforms.
- Cape Cod - Glacial Cape Cod USGS.
- Coal Education
Web Site - Presented by Kentucky Coal Council.
- Department of
Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology - California's
State Geological Survey.
- Digital Library for Earth System Education - A free service funded by the National Science Foundation.
RockPile - A Place to share Dinosaur, Geology and
Paleontology sites, photos, information and links.
- EarthCam - Network of live webcams.
- 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 Book Center.
- Earth Science - Volcanos.
Beginnings and Archean Life - Studies of meteorites
tell geologists and astrophysicists about the age of our
Smithsonian - Features answers to frequently asked
questions about the Smithsonian and links to Smithsonian
resources on subjects from Art to Zoology.
- Exploring the Environment - NASA's Classroom of the future.
- Extreme Science - Ever wondered what the biggest, baddest, and the best
are in the natural world?
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
- Franklin Institute - Online Museum Educators. (Scroll down to the project links.)
- Glossary - Newfoundland and Labrador Glossary of
- Geology.com - Geology and Earth Science,
Current Events, Articles, Maps & News.
- Geological Survey of the
Czech Republic - Official site.
Museum - You can see a western Kansas Cretaceous mosasaur,
a giant ground sloth, a mastodon tusk plus other displays
in the ESU Geology Museum.
Canyon Explorer - Geology of the Grand Canyon.
- African Great Lakes Region, The - Great Lakes Region: Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda.
- BLM - The Bureau of Land Management.
- BLM-Learning Landscapes.
- BLM - Alaska's Cold Desert
- Rain Forests - Is there a difference between a rainforest and a jungle?
- Old Growth Forest - A complete biological ecosystem and a very special and rare treasure.
- World Biomes - Biomes are defined as "the world's major communities, classified according to the predominant vegetation and characterized by adaptations of organisms to that particular environment" (Campbell 1996).
- Earth Quake History - Santa Barbara Earthquakes
- Institute for Crustal Studies - Earth's crust: the evolution of the crust through time and space. Understanding Earthquakes
- San Francisco 1906 - The Great 1906 Earthquake And Fire.
- Worldwide Earthquake Locator - Pinpoints the latest earthquake information.
- USGS - Worldwide Earthquake Maps
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