States Geological Survey
The U.S.G.S. is the main source for quality yet free geological data and
images on the www. Excellent example to all surveys worldwide.
and Planetary Institute ***** (2)
Loads of information and images with teacher workshops
and student programs. Possibly the best planetary site on the www.
Gazette **** (3)
The very popular free dino magazine which contains masses of cool stuff
Online palaeontological journal with detailed articles and book reviews.
Savage Earth ****
A good general introduction to the subject. Articles on volcanoes, earthquakes
and tsunamis with excellent images and animations.
Claims to be the premier site for volcano information and may well be.
It is certainly extremely comprehensive and as the site includes its own
search engine the information is also easily accessed. Includes features
such as 'ask a volcanologist', 'kids door' and much, much more. If your
time is limited and you are interested in the distribution of volcanoes
worldwide, including those which may have been inactive for millions of
years then this is one site not to miss.
Information Center ****
Includes 'near real time earthquake list.' plus masses of seismic information
both from the U.S. and worldwide, courtesy of the U.S.G.S.
The Talk Origins Archive. A site aimed at refuting creationist claims.
As such it includes a thorough summary of current evidence about human
evolution plus a detailed section on recent developments.
A comprehensive listing of Earth Science jobs updated several times daily.
American Natural History
Museum *** (10)
Electronic newspaper with topical fossil news.
of Petroleum *** (11)
Training and education links worldwide.