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Interactive demonstration that lets the user experiment with whether South America and Africa were ever connected or not.

According to Textbook Revolution, a student-run site “dedicated to increasing the use of free educational materials by... see more

The theory of plate tectonics explains the features of Earth’s surface, earthquakes and volcanoes.

Interactive database of recent earthquakes around the world.

This website has useful information for both student discovery and teacher preparation for lectures or discussions. The... see more

The story of plate tectonics. Covers the historical perspective, developing the theory, and understanding plate motions.... see more

An excellent resource and case study on types and effects of volcano eruptions. Beautiful labeled diagram of a volcano... see more

Web site about plate tectonic processes. Contains links, animations, and ablility to change levels of difficulty, also... see more

This is a free, online textbook.  According to the author, "The main theme of this book is to take a good quality... see more

The Improving Earthquake Monitoring is a course designed to explore how NASA is improving earthquake monitoring in the... see more

This StAIR (Stand Alone Instructional Resource) was created to help students understand Earth's multiple surface changes.... see more

This free, online textbook/course was designed to provide introductory information on earthquakes.  According to the... see more

This website includes information and activities on geologic time. The animations on this website are good, but... see more

Activity in which students use fossil evidence to piece together a map of Gondwanaland.

This is a free, online textbook.  According to the site, "Earthquake references abound in the literature of ancient... see more

This document is the sample lesson plan that we were to upload to MERLOT for our online class through MSU (CEP 811). ... see more

Real time maps of earthquake activity, including shaking, predictions, and actual earthquakes.

The what, where, how, and why, about the San Andreas fault.

PBS broadcasted a video series in 1998, titled "Savage Earth". This site has video streams and animation clips explaining... see more

According to Textbook Revolution, a student-run site “dedicated to increasing the use of free educational materials by... see more

A simple simulation of an earthquake which can occur along the San Andreas Fault in California.