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View Resource Johnston Geology Museum

The Johnston Geology Museum is part of the Emporia State University Earth Science Department. There is an online virtual tour of the collection which includes a Cretaceous mosasaur, a giant ground sloth, mastodon bones and tusk, brachiopods, Paleozoic corals, sedimentary structures, minerals and crystals. The Museum contains geological specimens predominantly from Kansas, and include the world...

View Resource Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History

The Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History has been bringing the wonders of the natural world to Santa Cruz residents and visitors for 100 years. Visitors can experience the geology of the region through exhibits describing the various rock formations that define the geology of Santa Cruz, digging in a fossil bed for 10 million year old sand dollars in the Museum's fossil dig, or viewing fossilized...

View Resource Colorado School of Mines Museum of Geology

The Geology Museum at the Colorado School of Mines started as a mineral cabinet, but today the museum has approximately 50,000 minerals, fossils, gemstones, and artifacts. Exhibits include Minerals from Colorado, Colorado Mining Heritage and Artifacts, Gold & Silver Display, Gemstones Rough & Cut, Mineral Properties & Earth History, Special Radioactive Exhibits, and Fossils. The Museum offers...

View Resource The Perkins Geology Museum at the University of Vermont

With sponsorship from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and other organizations, The Perkins Geology Museum at the University of Vermont has been able to expand their online offerings in recent years. Most visitors will want to make sure and look over the "Perkins Digital Archive" and the "Landscape Change Program" sections. In the "Perkins Digital Library" area, visitors can make...

View Resource The Dawn of Animal Life

The Miller Museum Online Exhibit, the Dawn of Animal Life, is provided by the Miller Museum of Geology, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Patrons can explore the evolution of life from three billion to about 500 million years ago by clicking on the various links, which include the formation of the earth, eukaryotic cells, the oldest known animal fossils, the ediacarian fauna, the...

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