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A large collection of solar images and information. Includes an illustration and explanation of the refraction of light... see more

Hosted by Arizona State University, this site contains balloon photographs taken from above the Apache Junction. A series... 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

This site, produced by the University of the West of England, Bristol, contains undergraduate level interactive resource... see more

A trade association that promotes the use of small hydropower. Members include industry equipment manufacturers, civil,... see more

This interactive feature explains Darwin's theory of how low-lying coral islands called atolls form in tropical seas from... see more

Students determine what building stones are most appropriate in a climate similar to Washington, DC by examining stones... see more

Sarah Andrews is a geologist who has also written a series of successful mystery novels featuring (naturally) a geologist... see more

Capillary Action: In this section of USGS Water Science for School's you will learn how capillary action is important for... see more

Using surfer lingo, introduces the concept of gravitational waves. Describes their probable sources (binary star systems,... see more

In this activity the students will create their own sedimentary rock using glue and various pieces of sediments found... see more

Studying rock types, weathering processes and human history in a cemetery.

The Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technologies (CEERT) is a nonprofit organization of concerned scientists,... see more

The Central Utah Water Conservancy District (CUWCD) is a political subdivision of the State of Utah. It was formally... see more

At this Science at National Aeronautics and Space Administration site, you'll learn about the physics of sand movement... see more

In this activity, students will learn the properties of cleavage and fracture (how minerals break when struck with a... see more

Provides information for college and graduate level on radioactive decay processes and radioactive dating. Gives key... see more

Ocean basins are filled with loose sediments, which are the products of erosion. This sediment originates inland and is... see more

The Geology Museum at the Colorado School of Mines started as a mineral cabinet, but today the museum has approximately... see more

You can use this calculator to create your own metaphor for geologic time. The history of the could be the the distance... see more

This resource from the University of the West of England, Bristol contains undergraduate level resource introducing the... see more

Compute Density: This active density calculator, from Georgia State University, shows how to compute density with units.... see more

This site provides a general description of Cone Penetrometer Technology (CPT) and what it is used for. It provides... see more

A great on-line resource for introducing students to contour plots.