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ChemSpider is a free chemical structural database providing fast text and structure search access to over 63+ million... see more

Earth ArXiv is a free preprints archive service for the dissemination of scholarly manuscripts/datasets/knowledge in... see more

The book is comprehensive, dealing first with reserves of anthracite and with related petrography. Culm – anthracite... see more

This textbook is a comprehensive lab manual for the core curriculum Introductory Geosciences classes with both... see more

University of British Columbia's (UBC) Geography 316 virtual field trip is an outstanding example of a well-designed 360... see more

The objective of Listing of Open Access Databases (LOADB) is to create a web-enabled, linked, classified, and categorized... see more

This is a free textbook offered by BookBoon. The book is comprehensive, dealing first with reserves of anthracite and... see more

This is a free textbook offered by BookBoon. The book is focused entirely on coals which are sub-bituminous in rank. In... see more

In this expanded new edition of Living with Earthquakes, Robert Yeats, a leading authority on earthquakes in California... see more

In this activity, students assume the role of a geologist prospecting for copper deposits. From the background material,... see more

In this activity, students will participate in a simulated fossil hunt or archeological excavation. Working in groups,... see more

Until recently, people living in a volcano's shadow had little help in predicting eruptions. In the past 300 years,... see more

This set of multimedia resources, produced for the NOVA television broadcast 'Mass Extinction', explains mass extinctions... see more

This abbreviated explanation of the subject of plate tectonics is divided into several parts. The first section, entitled... see more

This is a brief overview of the Theory of Plate Tectonics. According to the theory, the Earth's surface layer, or... see more

This activity will demonstrate to students how geologists determine the absolute age of rocks or minerals. Students will... see more

This field activity helps reinforce the idea that all surface features on the earth were formed by some type of process.... see more

This unit provides an introduction for younger students on earthquakes, volcanoes, and how they are related. Topics... see more

In the early 1900s, most geologists thought that Earth's appearance, including the arrangement of the continents, had... see more

This unit introduces younger students to the concept of relative versus absolute time and how geologists determine the... see more

This unit provides younger students with an introduction to rocks and minerals. Topics include the definition of a... see more

Continents were once thought to be static, locked tight in their positions in Earth's crust. Similarities between distant... see more

Volcanoes provide spectacular evidence that we are living on a dynamic planet, where land can be created or destroyed... see more

Not so long ago, people living near volcanoes had little that might help them to anticipate an eruption. A deep rumble, a... see more