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'What did Earth’s continents and oceans look like 250 million years ago, or 1 billion years ago for that matter? Can we... see more

The issue-focused, peer-reviewed article demonstrates how ecotourism creates an impact on natural ecosystems but more... see more

FAUNMAP is an electronic database documenting the late Quaternary distribution of mammal species in the United States.... see more

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

The Go-Lab Ecosystem supports and enriches the teaching of different scientific school subjects, using the inquiry-based... see more

The Great Lakes are vast, and provide fabulous laboratories for people to learn about everything from hydrology to... 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

In this outdoor activity and game, learners explore how animals adapt for survival through coloration, markings and... see more

This Starting Point teaching module highlights a case study of Malama Keone'o'oi. Students will learn techniques for... 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

The National Marine Sanctuary Program identifies, designates and manages areas of the marine environment of special... see more

The Open Research Library (ORL) will eventually contain a scholarly collection of 20,000+ Open Access books available to... see more

The Open Science Training Handbook (ver. 1) is intended for anyone who wishes to host Open Science training events or... 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