The American Museum of Natural History has been educating citizens and students since 1869. Its exhibitions are world-renowned for bringing to life both science and culture. Nature's Fury: The Science of Natural Disasters is no exception to the museum's rich learning environment. And while the full experience is likely best viewed in person, there are many educational artifacts on this website. The short video on the landing page is a great place to start, as it explains the ideas that undergird the exhibit. Then, users can make their way through the various sections of the site, including About the Exhibition, Earthquakes and Tsunamis, Volcanoes, Tornadoes, and Hurricanes. Each section features an excellent educational article, as well as videos and photographs that tell vivid stories. The Additional Resources page features links to disaster agencies around the web.