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View Resource Climate of the Past

Climatologists, geologists, and others will be delighted to learn about the existence of the open access journal "Climate of the Past". Started in 2005, the journal is published under the auspices of the European Geosciences Union and it is "dedicated to the publication and discussion of research articles, short communications and review papers on the climate history of the Earth." It is...

View Resource Ocean Cores

This University of Arizona course website features an outline to interpreting ocean cores as they relate to past environmental conditions (e.g. sedimentation rates, climate, etc.). The outline includes figures and information about sedimentation, the history of interpreting ocean cores, how proxies in ocean cores reveal past climate, and use of oxygen isotopes to infer past climate. Key terms...

View Resource Geoscience Information System

Cornell University's Institute for the Study of Continents (INSTOC) and Department of Geological Sciences have developed and continue to maintain these web pages. There are several organizations that supported the development of the knowledge provided in these pages and tools developed to access the data and information. The major sponsors are the Department of Defense, Department of Energy,...

View Resource The Aurora Page

Created by Michigan Tech University, the Aurora Page contains "information, links and images about 'the Northern Lights.'" The site offers three tutorials about the aurora borealis, forecasts, and links to aurora sites and institutions and space and sun sites. The image section features many spectacular photographs of the aurora borealis.

View Resource INSPIRE: Ionosphere Radio Experiments

This site, courtesy of Interactive NASA Space Physics Ionosphere Radio Experiments (INSPIRE,) monitors atmospheric sounds that are largely caused by lightning at radio frequencies. The page allows you to listen in on sferics, tweeks, whistlers and other strangely named sounds. This research is in an experimental stage, the site states: "This is an experimental resource. We hope to maintain the...

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