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         Geology:     more books (100)
  1. The Practical Geologist: The Introductory Guide to the Basics of Geology and to Collecting and Identifying Rocks by Dougal Dixon, 1992-08-15
  2. Geology: A Self-Teaching Guide by Barbara W. Murck, 2001-06-29
  3. Geology Rocks!: 50 Hands-On Activities to Explore the Earth (Kaleidoscope Kids) by Cindy Blobaum, 1999-10
  4. Essentials of Geology (10th Edition) by Frederick K. Lutgens, Edward J. Tarbuck, et all 2008-01-09
  5. Roadside Geology of Northern and Central California by David Alt, 2000-12-01
  6. Geology Underfoot in Yosemite National Park by Allen F. Glazner, Greg Stock, 2010-05-15
  7. Earth: An Introduction to Physical Geology (9th Edition) by Edward J. Tarbuck, Frederick Lutgens, et all 2007-02-18
  8. Roadside Geology of Arizona by Halka Chronic, 1983-04-01
  9. Essentials of Geology (Third Edition) by Stephen Marshak, 2009-02-27
  10. Roadside Geology of New Mexico (Roadside Geology Series) by Halka Chronic, 1987-10-01
  11. Roadside Geology of Colorado (Roadside Geology Series) by Halka Chronic, 2002-08-01
  12. Roadside Geology of Massachusetts (Roadside Geology Series) by James W. Skehan, 2001-03-01
  13. The Geology of Ore Deposits by John M. Guilbert, Charles Frederick Park, 2007-02-05
  14. Roadside Geology of Oregon (Roadside Geology Series) by David D. Alt, 1978-06-01

1. West's Geology Resources - Contents And Index.
British school offers this geology guide of encyclopedic proportions. Find thousands of links for subjects like fossils and Antarctica. 2003. West's geology Resources Index. Internet site
West, I.M. 2003. West's Geology Resources - Index. Internet site: School of Ocean and Earth Sciences, Southampton University, UK. version: H20.02.03.
School of Ocean and Earth Science
Southampton University,
Southampton Oceanography Centre
South Coast of England - Field Guides ... - General Index -
This is one of the world's largest geological web sites with more than 200 web pages, comprising geological field guides , with hundreds of full screen, colour photographs of varied geological features and with associated geological bibliographies. A directory of geological links is associated with these pages. Individual sections have their own more detailed indices. The series of Geological Field Guides to the South Coast of England has emphasis on Dorset Hampshire , the Isle of Wight and elswhere is being progressively enlarged and extended, and has associated bibliographies. Jurassic, Cretaceous and Palaeogene strata are exposed on this beautiful coastline. There is data on other topics such such as geology of the Pyrenees and on sabkhas or salt flats of desert regions. An

2. GeologyLink® Houghton Mifflin the publisher of geology and Essentials ofgeology - is pleased to present a public forum for all matters geological.
GeologyLink The Earth Today In The News Virtual Classroom ... Glossary Student Resource Center
GeologyLink Houghton Mifflin - the publisher of Geology and Essentials of Geology - is pleased to present a public forum for all matters geological. This area is open to students, university instructors, professional geologists, and anyone else who seeks insight into the world’s daily geological rumblings.
The Earth Today
February 24, 2003:
A 6.4 magnitude earthquake was felt 105 km (65 miles) E of Kashi, Xinjiang, China. ( National Earthquake Information Center The Earth Today is regularly updated to bring you the latest geologic events.
Geology in the News
Visit Geology in the News to find reports on the latest discoveries and news in the geo-community.
Virtual Classroom
The Virtual Classroom provides links to physical geology courses from around the world.
Virtual Field Trips
Take a virtual field trip or link to local geologic surveys and information from around the world.
Inside Geology
Want to learn more about basic concepts in geology? Curious about a recent geologic event? Interested in studying a subject in depth? Inside Geology will link you to hundreds of class lectures, web sites, references, news items, organizations, and glossaries on every aspect of geology.

3. Geology Entrance
The Grant Institute Home Page consists mostly of links to subpages.
Welcome to the Geology Wing
Exploring this series of exhibits will take you on a journey through the history of the Earth, with stops at particular points in time to examine the fossil record and stratigraphy. The Geology Wing is organized according to the geologic time scale. If you wish to begin browsing now, click on any division of the time scale below You might wish to start in the Cenozoic Era (65 million years ago to the present) and work back through time, or start with Hadean time (4.5 to 3.8 billion years ago) and journey forward to the present day. No matter "when" you start, don't forget to stop along the way to learn about the stratigraphy, ancient life, fossil localities, and tectonics of the various time periods. Here are three links that can help to speed your journey:
Get helpful hints on navigating the Geology Wing
Read about the history of the geologic time scale , and find out more about how it is organized.
Jump to a specific time period using the UCMP Geological Time Machine Last but not least, don't forget to visit our exhibit on Plate tectonics , an important geological concept in any time period!

4. Geological Society Of America - Geology Archive
Monthly publication of the Geological Society of AmericaCategory Science Earth Sciences Journals General geology......Advertising, Author Information, Data Repository, Submit a Manuscript, GSA Today,Search. geology Archive. Search Search the Journals. See

Author Information Data Repository Submit a Manuscript ... Search
Geology Archive
Search the Journals See Bookstore Online Journals Publications Services ... Site Map
Last Revised on January 14, 2003

5. Coastal And Marine Geology Program - U.S. Geological Survey
World Data Center for Marine geology Geophysics, Boulder, operated by NOAA/NGDC, archives offers data from the global ocean Great Lakes (bathymetry, gravity, magnetics, sediment).
Search CMGP
Coastal and Marine Geology Program
Online Science Resource Locator Topic: Region: Content Type: Help!
how to use this Any Bathymetry Beaches Climate Corals Currents Earthquakes Ecosystems El Niño Environmental Change Erosion Floods GIS Global Warming Groundwater Landslides Mapping Meteor Impacts Minerals Monitoring Pollution Remote Sensing Sea-Level Change Sediments Sonar Mapping Tsunamis Volcanoes Wetlands Any Alaska California (Cent/S) Caribbean East Coast Florida Platform Great Lakes Gulf of Mexico (W/Cent) Hawaii International Pacific Northwest U.S. Inland Any Research Projects Educational Materials Photographs Movies Maps Publications Data Sets About the
CMG Program About Us
what we do Find Us
CMGP Field Centers:
Menlo Park / Santa Cruz, CA

St. Petersburg, FL

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CMGP National Plan
5-year plan (1997) FY 2000:
Issues and Goals

Research Projects
Help Find Lost Oceanographic Instruments News and Events American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting December 6-10, 2002 American Geophysical Union's Fall Meeting at the Moscone Center in San Francisco December 6-10. in Sound Waves This Month: Sound Waves - a Monthly Newsletter of Coastal Science and Research News from Across the USGS December/January issue posted 02/24/2003 In Sound Waves this month - On the dock of the USS Arizona: USGS researchers in collaboration with NPS archeologists.

6. Dept. Of Earth Sciences: University Of Bristol, U.K.
Student Geological Society. geology in the News. Graduate Students U of B only
The Department of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol, Wills Memorial Building, Queen's Road, Bristol BS8 1RJ, UK. Internationally renowned for its reasearch, the department offers undergraduate degree courses in Geology (BSC and MSci) and Environmental Geoscience (BSc), Biology and Geology (BSc) and Archaeology and Geology (BSc), as well as a taught MSc in Palaeobiology Click here for no-frames version

7. Allexperts Geology
Geologists answer submitted questions about geology.

8. NGDC/WDC MGG, Boulder - Marine Geology & Geophysics Images
Images offered by the NOAA National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC) Marine geology and Geophysics Division and collocated World Data Center A for Marine geology and Geophysics.
NOAA NESDIS NGDC privacy statement
Images: Visualizing Data
select the image above to view 2-minute relief images Coastal Imagery Crustal Age of the Ocean Floor Great Lakes Bathymetry Marianas Trench ... Images in FTP Area
If you use these images, please credit the underlying data sources/funding institutions of the data from which the images were derived, and credit NOAA/NGDC for the image.
Monterey Bay Interactive Image
created by NGDC/MGG for the
NOAA and National Geographic Sustainable Seas Expeditions Series
Coastal Relief On-Line Image Viewing
description/ordering For more information on coastal imagery, please contact Dr. David Divins . For more information on the Monterey Bay images, please contact Dr. Peter Sloss CRUSTAL AGE OF THE OCEAN FLOOR
Spinning Globe with Crustal Ages, Equatorial view (300K GIF)

Spinning Globe with Crustal Ages, Equatorial view (271K GIF)

Still Globe with Crustal Ages, Equatorial view

Spinning Globe (72 frames 200x184) with Crustal Ages, Equatorial view (MPEG)
Page with more Crustal Age images and credits to the original compilers
For more information on images of crustal age of the ocean floor, please contact Dr. Peter Sloss

9. Springer LINK: Environmental Geology
Environmental geology is an international multidisciplinary journal concerned with all aspects of Category Science Earth Sciences Journals Environmental geology......The Springer Journal Environmental geology is an international multidisciplinaryjournal concerned with all aspects of interactions between humans, ecosystems
Editor-in-chief: Philip E. LaMoreaux Would you like to automatically receive every new table of contents of Environmental Geology ? Then register with our free-of-charge mail service LINK Alert by checking the appropriate box(es) and entering your email address here: Online First articles
Printed issues You will receive confirmation via email.
ISSN: 0943-0105 (printed version)
ISSN: 1432-0495 (electronic version)

10. The EXPANDING EARTH - Geology
A general introduction to the Earth expansion model and global expansion tectonics (includes books, papers, bibliographies and many links).
Introduction Animations Expansion Sites Science Links ... Download
Geology * Geotectonics * Geophysics * Planetary Science * Cosmology
The ' other ' theory of geology
and global tectonics!

11. Springer LINK: Bulletin Of Engineering Geology And The Environmental
The Springer Journal Bulletin of Engineering geology and the Environment publishesarticles in the field of engineering and environmental problems.
Official Journal of the International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment Editor-in-Chief: A.B. Hawkins Co-Editor: R. Cojean Would you like to automatically receive every new table of contents of Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment ? Then register with our free-of-charge mail service LINK Alert by checking the appropriate box(es) and enter your email address here: Online First Articles only Printed issues only You will receive confirmation via email.
Official Journal of the International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment ISSN (printed version): 1435-9529
ISSN (electronic version): 1435-9537

12. Songs Of Geology And Chemistry And Other Science-Related Jokes And Humor
Songs, poems, jokes about geology and chemistry.
Songs of Geology and Other Science-Related Jokes and Humor
The Geologist's Come-All-Ye (a folksong) by Brenna Lorenz Come all ye lads and you will hear
About the life that we love dear, Refrain: With our diddle-air-re-oh, falling rock away, knock it down,
Fall-di-knock-a-rock-away, me laddie-oh! Geologists all bold and strong,
We are the subject of this song. We get up with the rising sun
And map until the day is done. We walk two hundred miles a day,
And study rocks along the way. We fight our way through brush and trees
And slog through bog up to our knees. When flies are thick, then we don't walk,
They carry us from rock to rock. We swing our hammers with a whack,
Take home an outcrop on our backs. Nine hundred pounds of rock or more
Is just an average daily score. If we run out of food to eat
There's always rock beneath our feet.

13. Geology Discipline Home Page
Welcome to the geology Discipline Home page of the US Geologic Survey.Inside Minerals Resources Program Page, geology Publications. picture
skip links text version U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey ... Accessibility
Maintained by John Newman, Jr. , Reston
Last modified 14:38:40 Tue 26 Nov 2002
text version

14. The Journal Of Geology
University of Chicago Press
[Editor: Alfred T. Anderson, Jr.] ISSN: 0022-1376 The Journal of Geology Electronic Edition
Journal Description

Information about Electronic Subscriptions
List of Institutions Currently Registered

Letter to Institutional Subscribers

Registration Form

Institutional Site License
Letter, Registration Form, and Site License
Editorial Board

Available Tables of Contents

Information about the Data Depository
Instructions for Contributors Preparation of Word and WordPerfect Manuscripts General Instructions Special Instructions for Tables Special Instructions for Math How to Subscribe to ... JG Order Single Articles or Back Issues Permission to Reprint Advertising Information and Rates List Rental Information ... Journals Division

15. Earth Science On The Web
Plate tectonics. Software. Volcano. geology. Earth Science

16. GSA History Of Geology Division
Web site includes organization information, as well as several papers on important geologists and their work.
GSA History of Geology Division
The History of Geology Division of the Geological Society of America serves as the "umbrella organization" uniting historically-interested geoscientists. The Newsletter editor is William R. Brice , of the Department of Geology and Planetary Sciences, University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
History of Geology Award
At the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, the History of Geology Division awards an engrossed certificate and a pewter Revere bowl to the recipient of the History of Geology Award
Rock Stars
by Robert N. Ginsburg, 1994-95 Chair, History of Geology Division Bernard of Chartres, an 11th-12th century philosopher and teacher, said that we are like dwarfs on the shoulders of giants, so that we can see more than they and for a greater distance, not by any virtue of our own but because we are carried high and raised aloft by their stature. All of us have our geological heroes, those giants on whose shoulders we stand. To encourage recognition of these luminaries and to provide inspiration for students and young professionals, the GSA History of Geology Division presents Rock Stars , brief profiles of our geological giants.

17. Plate Tectonics
geology Plate Tectonics. The progress of Physical geology by CarlaW. Montgomery, 1987 by Wm. C. Brown Publishers. There are a
Geology : Plate Tectonics
The progress of the earth sciences and the advancement of technologies associated with the understanding of our planet during the 1940's and 50's have led geologists to develop a new way of looking at the world and how it works. This exhibit explains the history of our new understanding of the Earth and provides a brief overview of the theories behind it.
To learn about the history behind Plate Tectonics follow this link.
To learn about the mechanisms driving Plate Tectonics follow this link.
Plate Tectonics animation
(WARNING: These animated gifs, including the smallest files, load slowly) This animation of the last 750 million years is 1.04MB.
This animation of the last 750 million years is 506KB.
This animation of the last 750 million years is 261KB.
This animation runs the last 750 million years backwards (1.04MB).
This animation is the same as above but only 506KB.
This animation runs from 750 million years to the beginning of the Cambrian (294KB).
This animation is a smaller version of the one above (166KB).
This animation runs through the Paleozoic (532KB).

18. Virtual And Online Field Trip Guides
Listing of virtual and online geologic field trip guidebooks.
Virtual and On-line Geologic Field Trip Guides:
United States and Canada
We have listed web pages that contain descriptive local geological or earth science information for the United States or Canada (excluding reports of field trips containing only photos with no explanatory text). We have also included links to downloadable versions of published paper texts.
If we have missed web pages that you think should be linked here, please let us know. Northeast, Middle Atlantic States

19. Geology Link Page
Sensing, geology Link Page. If Surveys; Arizona Geological Survey; CaliforniaDivision of Mines and geology; Colorado Geologic Survey; Delaware
Geologic Societies
Geologic Surveys

United States

Remote Sensing
Geology Link Page
If anyone has a site they would desire to see here, please feel free to send an e-mail to me. The same goes for requests on what should be seen here, what should not, and any other pertinent comments or questions. Mail all inquiries to Thanks to everyone who has sent in links. I'll be doing a large update soon. The General resources will be reorganized and an Education and Software section will be added. Links verified with Xenu's Link Sleuth on March 12, 2002.
Government (Geologic Surveys)
United States

20. - Geology And Geochemistry On The Web
Educational site for those interested in learning about surface exploration techniques used for oil and gas. Includes images, analogs, bibliographies, and services.
Geochemistry Images Analogs Dinosaurs


Extended Exploration Model
Basic Geology

Mountain Building

The Great Iodine Debate
Nickel - Vanadium Ratio
Mineralogy Editorial Opinion Editorial Opinion Editorial Opinion Editorial Bibliography Mohs Scale of Hardness Cleavage Tenacity My Opinions on Surface Exploration Techniques Why use hydrocarbons? Geochemistry should be a priority! Misuse of surface geochemical tools. Geochemistry ... APGE Publications Miscellaneous Consulting Naming Stratigraphic Units Geologic Time Scale Dinosaur Facts Schlumberger Oil Field Glossary ... Diamonds Periodic Table Hydrocarbons Eh, pH, Soil Electrical Conductivity Iodine Bacteria Who am I? Interpretation of any data set The Webs most comprehensive List of Surface Exploration Technology Companies geotech Survey Results What Surface Exploration Technique have you used? 45% Hydrocarbons 18% Radiometrics 17% Iodine 9% Microbial 6% Micromagnetics 5% Eh, pH, conductivity Search Open Directory Arts Business Computers ... [Bibliography] Webmaster: Jim Fausnaugh © 1995

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