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This site includes 9 interactive rock identification exercises. Feel free to download the raw .fla files (in .zip format)... see more

Including information about the most recent earthquake, this web site explores the Mojave. An online field trip, with a... see more

This site contains a pictoral description of Southeast Alaska, its caves, and its geologic history. It includes the... see more

This animation was created in collaboration with Prof. Vic Camp in the SDSU Dept. of Geology for the Project Alert web... see more

Interactive Google Map with overlay of sea level rise at different amounts.  Students can see what areas of US and world... see more

Games, puzzles and activities centered around nature and science for kids grades K-12.  Developed by the U.S. Geological... see more

Annotated links to internet resources, especially for palaeobotanists.

This website of the Nation Cave Assoction is an informative website of all the known caves in the United States. It has a... see more

Test the pH of things like coffee, spit, and soap to determine whether each is acidic, basic, or neutral. Visualize the... see more

Activity that helps illustrate plate tectonics. Students cut out plate boundaries & use fossil evidence to show how &... see more

PUMAS (poo' • mas) -- is a collection of brief examples showing how math and science topics taught in K-12 classes can be... see more

Map of sensor bouy's floating in the pacific. Mouse over a bouy to get latest data (temp, wind, humity).

In this lab experience, students work in teams of two or more to test their knowledge of sustainable development. They... see more

A great variety of processes affect the surface of the Earth. Topics to be covered are production and movement of... see more

Students will remove fossils from envelope and piece creature back together. Students will work in groups and reconstruct... see more

The Mineral Gallary is a browable and searchable website that helps you learn about different charachertistics of... see more

To quote the site, "This site is a resource for anyone interested in paleontology, from the professional in the lab to... see more

Animation showing the formation of a tsunami.

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

The Virtual Courseware Project produces interactive online simulations to help enhance the learning and teaching of... see more

The interactive web-based simulation activity illustrates principles of global warming and climate change due to natural... see more

Almost everything anyone would ever want to know about volcanos, this site covers the world both in regions and... see more

An introduction to the increasingly prominent relationship between the composition of our atmosphere, weather and... see more

This site give a photographic documentation of climate change along with great information and news about global warming... see more