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View Resource American Geological Institute: Educational Resources

Over the past few years, the American Geological Institute (AGI) has assembled a nice mix of resources for earth science educators, including promotional videos such as "Why Earth Science?" and a terrific world image bank. The image bank can be found at the "Earth Science World Image Bank" link, and it contains over 6,000 images. Visitors can browse the images, or they can also type in keywords....

View Resource USGS Publications Warehouse

This searchable database of reports and thematic maps currently contains more than 69,000 United States Geological Survey (USGS) bibliographic citations, including USGS numbered series begun as early as 1880. The basic search options include author and/or title. Advanced search options include author, text in title, year or range of years, publication series and number, and a variety of options...

View Resource Hazards

USGS provides detailed fact sheets, research reports and case studies of coastal erosion caused by El Nino events in California. Other natural hazards are also covered, including earthquakes, tsunami, and landslides, illustrated with maps, photos, animated simulations, extensive links to resources by experts. Sort by topic to see all entries about coastal issues, environmental issues, mapping and...

View Resource Bentham Open Access

Are you fascinated by fascia? Might you find silica scintillating? Look no further gentle reader as Bentham Open Access can provide information about these topics. Bentham Publishers recently launched over 200 peer-reviewed open access journals, and visitors should feel free to browse around at their leisure. Visitors can browse titles by discipline, and everything from agriculture to virology...

View Resource The American Journal of Science

Started in 1818, the American Journal of Science (originally called The American Journal of Science and Arts) is the oldest scientific journal published without interruption in the United States. Today the Journal deals only with geology and related earth science, but for many years it covered a wider range of scientific and artistic endeavors. Recently, staff members at Carnegie Mellon...

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