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View Resource North Africa Research Group GeoNet

The North Africa Research Group GeoNet represents the combined efforts of different academics, primarily geologists, concerned with providing a platform for the exchange of ideas and information about geological research and exploration in North Africa. The home page of the site contains links to news stories in North Africa, along with links to recent studies of various geological phenomena and...

http://www.northafrica.de/
View Resource Geology Web Links

The Geology Web Links Web site is maintained by the earth science information and products company MinServ. Visitors are offered links that include everything from Analytical Instruments and Services for Analyzing Minerals to Universities and Research Institutes. Other topics include associations and societies, computer software, conferences, instruments for mapping rocks, planetary geology, and...

https://geologynet.com/
View Resource Web Resources for Sedimentary Geologists

The Department of Geological Sciences of the University of Oregon offers the Web Resources for Sedimentary Geologists Web site. Those interested will find information on professional societies, publications of interest, software, upcoming meetings, research and education pages, other sites of interest, and direct links to sedimentary geologists with information on the Web. As a good example of the...

http://pages.uoregon.edu/rdorsey/SedResources.html
View Resource KidSpace: Math and Science

The Internet Public Library (IPL) is a public service organization provided by the University of Michigan School of Information. Goals of the IPL include: finding, evaluating, selecting, organizing, describing, and creating information resources; and direct assistance to individuals. The KidSpace: Math and Science page contains a large collection of outside sites reviewed by IPL with categories...

http://www.ipl.org/div/kidspace/
View Resource GeoIndex

The GeoIndex Search Engine, which is continually updated, contains some new features making a regular reviewing of the site worthwhile. GeoIndex is "a powerful Search Engine developed, owned and maintained by Datasurge Company to specifically fill a need for the Geo-Environmental professional" by covering geotechnical, environmental, hydrogeology, geology, mining, and petroleum topics. The...

http://www.geoindex.com/
View Resource Free GIS Data

This online resource for GIS and geospatial data has compiled data from a wide range of GIS Web sites located on the Internet. Some of the data is free once you set up a user account to be part of the GeoCommunity, with additional data available for a fee using the Premium option. Downloading may require the user to be proficient in GIS and own relevant software. Download options include: Digital...

http://data.geocomm.com/
View Resource USGS CoreCast

Just about everyone seems to be creating a podcast these days, and a number of government agencies have entered the fray as of late. The United States Geological Survey recently decided to hang out their own podcast shingle, and the results of their labors can be explored here. The site states that their "CoreCast" is "natural science from the inside out", which seems like an appropriate label....

https://www.usgs.gov:443/products/multimedia-gallery/audio
View Resource Earth Revealed

What goes on during an earthquake? Who came up with the theory of plate tectonics? What can the fossil record tell us about the evolution of life on Earth? These are all fine questions, and students and educators with a thirst for geological knowledge will find the answers to these (and many more) questions in the "Earth Revealed" television series. Offered as part of the Annenberg Media website,...

http://www.learner.org/resources/series78.html
View Resource Teaching Geoscience Online

More and more schools are offering online courses in the sciences, and the geophysical sciences are no exception. Carleton College is deservedly well known for their "Cutting Edge" website of geoscience teaching resources, and here they present some helpful materials for those wishing to teach geoscience online. The resources were developed as part of their 2010 workshop titled "Teaching...

https://serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWorkshops/online/index.html
View Resource USGS Publications Warehouse Screenshot

If you have ever dreamed of finding a place to access over 100,000 publications written by experts at the United States Geological Survey, you can stop dreaming. This publication warehouse is a scientific cornucopia of epic proportions. A great place to start is with the New Publications by USGS Authors. Here, publications range from thoughtful meditations on suspended solids in West Fork Beaver...

https://pubs.er.usgs.gov