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         Geology:     more books (100)
  1. Roadside Geology of Idaho (Roadside Geology Series) by David D. Alt, 1989-08-01
  2. California Geology (2nd Edition) by Deborah Harden, 2003-11-14
  3. Historical Geology: Evolution of Earth and Life Through Time (with CD-ROM and InfoTrac) by Reed Wicander, James S. Monroe, 2003-07-18
  4. Roadside Geology of Connecticut and Rhode Island (Roadside Geology Series) by James W. Skehan, 2008-09-20
  5. Physical Geology: Earth Revealed by Diane Carlson, Charles (Carlos) Plummer, 2008-09-03
  6. Physical Geology by Charles (Carlos) Plummer, Diane Carlson, et all 2009-10-15
  7. Roadside Geology of Wyoming (Roadside Geology Series) by David Lageson, 1988-07-01
  8. Roadside Geology of Vermont and New Hampshire (Roadside Geology Series) by Bradford B. Van Diver, 1987-03-01
  9. Geology Underfoot in Illinois by Raymond Wiggers, 1996-11-01
  10. Geology (4th Edition) by Stanley Chernicoff, Donna Whitney, 2006-01-14
  11. Maryland's Geology by Martin F. Schmidt, Martin F., Jr. Schmidt, 2010-07
  12. Geology of the Great Basin (Max C. Fleishmann Series in Great Basin Natural History) by Bill Fiero, 2009-10-15
  13. Roadside Geology of Pennsylvania (Roadside Geology Series) by Bradford B. Van Diver, 1990-01-01
  14. Geology (Golden Guide) by Frank H. T. Rhodes, 2001-04-14

61. Park Geology Tour - Geologic Features
Go to human use geology parksHuman Use, Go to mountain building parksMountainBuilding, Go to oldest rocks parksOldest Rocks. geology Photos.
of National Parks Basin and Range Caves Colorado Plateau Fossils ... Email
National Park Service, Geologic Resources Division
Last Updated: January 28, 2002

62. Rod Johnson Associates
Experts on the geology of Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Ontario. Offers practical solutions to geologic problems through experience and innovation.

63. The Limper Geology Museum (rock, Fossil, Mineral, And Meteorite Displays And Col
Maintains collections and displays of rocks, minerals, fossils, and meteorites, including igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks, rockforming and ore minerals, Ordovician invertebrate and other fossils, and meteorites.
Museum access,

Fossil, Rock, ...
Geology Home Page
  • FREE of charge and open to the PUBLIC.
  • Located in Shideler Hall room #8 on the Oxford Campus of Miami University.
  • Open from 8:00 AM till 5:00 PM, Monday - Friday.
  • Evening and weekend openings can be arranged for groups.
  • Special programs available for visiting elementary, secondary schools and youth groups.
  • Free identification of geologic specimens.
  • Surplus geologic materials made available to earth science teachers.
  • Building equipped with Wheel-chair ramps and elevators
Back to top. THE LIMPER GEOLOGY MUSEUM COLLECTIONS Research fossil collection The fossil collection is primarily composed of paleozoic invertebrates with emphasis on Upper Ordovician fauna from Southwest Ohio, Southeast Indiana, and Northern Kentucky. The collection also contains Ordovician fossils from England, Ontario, New York, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Wyoming, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas and Tennessee.
For additional information and/or to access the catalog.

64. Journal Of Metamorphic Geology

65. Mars Surface Research At Caltech
Spacecraft studies of Mars surfacemapping and geology
Caltech Mars Surface Research
Polar Regions Life Surface Materials Mars Surface Lab ... Contact Us Last updated on the 10 th of September 1999. This page is maintained by Shane Byrne

66. Marine Geology
international journal reporting on developments in the fields of marine geology, geochemistry and geophysics. Marine geology provides regular access to original studies and comprehensive reviews and, in addition, has a special letters section which ensures particularly rapid publication of short papers.
Home Search What's New
Electronic Services
... Links Marine Geology
Journal Information


Bibliographic and Ordering Information
Dispatch Dates
Author Gateway
The fast and efficient new author service for this journal
Information and services for Editors
Contents Services
Tables of Contents and Abstracts

Special Issues

Free Sample Copy
Related Info
Last update: 20 Mar 2003

67. Structural Geology And Metamorphic Petrology On The WWW
Extensive collection of links to Structural geology and Metamorphic Petrology.Category Science Earth Sciences Metamorphic Petrology......Structural geology and Metamorphic Petrology on the WWW. by JürgenKraus. The Canadian Original Site US Mirror German Version
S tructural G eology and M etamorphic P etrology on the WWW U.S. Mirror German Version Japanese Version
Welcome to St. Catharines, Ontario!
The current local Time is This page is hosted by the C anadian T ectonics G roup In order to decipher the histories of orogenic events, the researcher must understand structural and metamorphic textures on all scales, and the processes responsible for their development. This site gives information to scientists involved in this kind of study but also contains its own comprehensive compilation of geological study groups, geological surveys and other organizations. What you don't find here, you may find on Stephen Schimmrich's Structural Geology on the Web , on Klaus-Peter Kelbers Links for Mineralogists , Andrea Koziol's Mineralogy and Petrology Research on the Web , and Dave Waters' Metamorphic Petrology I am currently a PhD student in structural geology with Paul F. Williams at the University of New Brunswick , Canada. I just have submitted my thesis and seek employment. Worldwide! If you or your institution happen to seek a structural geologist with a solid background in metamorphic petrology and geophysics, and much experience in detailed structural mapping and analytical work, why don't you check out my qualifications

68. GeoSmitty's Geology And Outdoor Pages
Information about geology, geocaching and other outdoor adventures.
The one and only Triple "X" in the Marble Mountains Mojave Desert
Welcome to my homepage! The following pages all about geology, mountain biking, outdoor stuff, and whatever else I decide. Check out the pictures and maybe learn a thing or two. Thanks for visiting. AMF!!!!
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69. UW-Madison Department Of Geology And Geophysics - Redirect
Department of geology and Geophysics.Category Science Earth Sciences Academic Departments United States......

70. The World Of Fluid Inclusions
Primarily a directory to fluid inclusionrelated resources. Links are provided for old and upcoming meetings and short courses, a few organizations, and some archived forums on research issues.
Welcome to the WWW Home Page for people interested in the properties, behaviors and origins of fluid inclusions in natural and synthetic materials. In rocks and minerals, fluid inclusions may preserve direct evidence for the presence and composition of ancient fluids that have long since left the sample. In the laboratory, fluid inclusions in transparent materials like quartz, provide interesting opportunities to do high pressure and temperature experiments on fluid compositions of interest to chemists, engineers and geologists. NEW Available Publications
Meetings and Short Courses
***Next ECROFI XVII - Budapest - June 4-9, 2003*** PACROFI VIII- Halifax, Canada - July 2002 ECROFI XVI - Porto - May 2001 Past Meetings Etc. Abstracts from Meetings - NOW INCLUDING TITLES FROM GSA 2002
Links to Interesting Sites
CREGU's Petroleum and Aqueous Inclusion Page
Ron Bakker's Home Page - University of Leoben
CSIRO Petroleum in Australia
Linkam Scientific Web Site ...
IMA Home Page and link to Working Group on Inclusions in Minerals
Link to Fluid-Rock Interaction Group at the University of Heidelberg This page will provide links to additional resources on the Internet as they become available and either I find them or you tell me about them. To get things started, I have established an e-mail listserver to which you may subscribe.

71. UW-Madison Geology Museum
The museum's website has photos, news, how to build a dinosaur, and a virtual tour.Category Regional North America Arts and Entertainment Museums......
text only Location (bldg #142) Schedule a Tour Links Telephone: (608) 262-2399 (Director's Office) (608) 262-1412 (Tour Office) (608) 262-0693 FAX
1215 West Dayton Street Madison, WI 53706
Monday-Friday 8:30-4:30 Saturday 9:00-1:00 University of Wisconsin Department of Geology and Geophysics Position Available: Museum Director 2002 Annual Report (160k pdf download) Last Updated July 12, 2002 Visits since May 1, 2001.

72. Geology Humor
You might be a geologist if . and A brief guide to scientific literature.
Geologists are amazing. They know hundreds of words for different sorts of dirt and hundreds of words for things it does when left alone for a few million years. (By: Thomas Kettenring) You Might Be a Geologist If ...
  • You own more pieces of quartz than underwear. Your rock collection weighs more than you do. Your rock garden is located inside your house You can pronounce the word "molybdenite" correctly on the first try. You don't think of "cleavage" the same way everyone else does. You have ever uttered the phrase "have you tried licking it" with no sexual connotations involved You think the primary function of road cuts is tourist attractions. You find yourself compelled to examine individual rocks in driveway gravel. You're planning on using a pick and shovel while you're on vacation. Your internet home page has pictures of your rocks. You will walk across eight lanes of freeway traffic to see if the outcrop on the other side of the highway is the same type of rock as the side you're parked on. You can point out where Tsumeb is on a world globe. The baggage handlers at the airport know you by name and refuse to help with your luggage.
  • 73. The Geology Of Virginia | The College Of William & Mary
    The geology of Virginia by province descriptions, diagrams, maps, photographs, and geologic history Category Science Earth Sciences geology Regional......The geology of Virginia by province information, diagrams, photographs, and geologichistory of the Appalachian Plateau, Valley and Ridge, Blue Ridge, Piedmont
    Rocks exposed in the Commonwealth of Virginia record ancient shorelines, active volcanoes, colliding continents, and fossils of long-extinct dinosaurs. Virginia has a diverse landscape that ranges from high rocky summits in the Blue Ridge mountains to low-lying barrier islands exposed to the Atlantic Ocean. Begin discovering over one billion years of geologic history by clicking on any of the state's five provinces . If you're new to geology, check our Term Definition Section , the Geologic Rock Cycle , and Geologic Time Table , to familiarize yourself with some of the terminology used.
    To learn about Virginia's geology, click on a geologic province above. For a more detailed geologic map, click here
    Click here for a larger cross-section.
    Confederate Gunpowder and Western Virginia Caves
    for Virginia formations, terms, rocks, minerals, and more! Chad Roberts C.M. Bailey var site="s13wmgeology"

    74. Taylor & Francis Group - Not Found
    Aims to provide a vehicle for authoritative stateof-the-art articles and reviews on the growing points of the geological sciences. The range of topics is unrestricted, but an attempt is made to balance the physical, chemical and biological aspects of the subject.
    Sorry The page you have requested does not exist. Please check the address and try again. Please select an area from the list below and update your bookmarks.

    UK Head Office: 11 New Fetter Lane, London EC4P 4EE
    Email: Webmaster

    75. University Of Calgary, Geology And Geophysics
    Weekly newsletter, announcements and general information.Category Reference Education Science, Faculty of...... 2001 geology and Geophysics Annual Report (.pdf, 5.9Mb) GeoSciEd IV Earth Sciencefor the Global Community, August 1014, 2003. Information, Programs.
    Congratulations to Dr. D. C. Lawton , the new Chair in Exploration Geophysics. 2001 Geology and Geophysics Annual Report (.pdf, 5.9Mb)
    GeoSciEd IV: Earth Science for the Global Community, August 10-14, 2003
    Information Programs Directories Newsletter (updated weekly)
    General Information

    Special Teaching Initiatives


    Associated Organizations and Conferences
    Resources Student Societies Gallagher Library of
    Geology and Geophysics
    Department Intranet
    University Homepage
    Undergraduate Geophysics

    Geology and Geophysics, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4 Canada voice (403)220-5841 facsimile (403)284-0074 email

    76. GeoClio Home Page
    Information on research in the history of geology and Earth Sciences links, news of upcoming meetings, recent publications, etc.
    Welcome to GeoClio
    Webserver for the History of Geology and the Geosciences
    GeoClio News and Inquiries
    Other History of Geoscience Sources
    About GeoClio
    The GeoClio Server should be considered a "work in progress." We welcome input from its users. Send suggestions for improvement to GeoClio GeoClio Server established October 1995 at USM by a grant from the National Science Foundation, Division of Earth Sciences, Instrumentation and Facilities Program. Server hardware setup and Linux installation by Jaideep A. Siswawala. GeoClio Home Page designed and maintained by Dean A. Dunn. Last Updated by Dean A. Dunn on January 17, 1995

    77. Home Page - USGS Western Region Coastal And Marine Geology
    Home page and main menu for USGS Coastal and Marine geology Team in theWestern United States. Western Region Coastal and Marine geology.
    Western Region Coastal and Marine Geology
    What's New
    Job Announcements:
    Research Chemist

    Research Geologist (3)

    Research Oceanographer

    Research Geophysicist
    Monthly Newsletter
    Scientific Research
    By Location

    Find Information Search This Site Table of Contents InfoBank (Research data) Marine Realms Info. Bank ... Menlo Park, CA Contacts We conduct multidisciplinary scientific research in the coastal and offshore areas of California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Hawaii, and other US Pacific Islands; and in other waterways of the United States. Shaded relief bathymetry (color-coded by depth) of a portion of West Bright survey area of the Outer Continental Shelf, Northwestern Gulf of Mexico. maintained by Laura Zink Torresan last modified 24 February 2003 (lzt) USGS Privacy Statement Feedback Accessibility Department of the Interior ... Geologic Division

    78. Maine Geology - Aquifers Fact Sheet
    Includes brief information on groundwater and aquifers.
    Maine Geological Survey
    Aquifer Fact Sheet
    Subsurface water that fills the spaces between particles of rock and soil is called ground water. Approximately 90% of the rural population in Maine obtains their water from wells, and ground water is also a significant source for municipal and industrial water supplies.
    An aquifer is a subsurface water supply which yields useful quantities of ground water to wells and springs. There are two types of aquifers in Maine: surficial materials and fractured bedrock. In unconsolidated surficial deposits the water fills the pore spaces between the rock fragments that make up the deposits. Coarse-grained surficial materials such as sand and gravel are capable of transmitting large quantities of ground water and are generally the most productive ground water resources in the State. Maine's bedrock has been metamorphosed and recrystallized, and the original porosity between mineral grains has been eliminated. In a bedrock aquifer, ground water is stored in fractures in the rock, and areas with a large number of fractures may contain significant amounts of water. Where coarse-grained surficial deposits are thin or absent, wells drilled into bedrock aquifers provide the only alternative for most domestic water supplies.
    When deciding where to locate a domestic or municipal well, aquifer information is very important. Information such as high yield zones and the location of sand and gravel aquifers can influence where a well driller locates a well, and what type of well he constructs. A knowledge of aquifers and their recharge areas is also critical when siting possible sources of pollution such as landfills, salt piles, and hazardous wastes. Aquifer maps and texts from the Maine Geological Survey contain information on aquifer favorability and vulnerability and are widely used by local and state officials in making environmentally sound siting decisions, and by well drillers, developers, and geological consultants as a base for detailed hydrogeological studies.

    79. St Helena - Geology
    The geology of the island of St Helena, South Atlantic Ocean
    To fully understand the physical geography of St. Helena, a knowledge of the island's geological structure, lithology and history is essential. This page augments a concise description of these elements with a consideration of St. Helena in the wider context of ocean-floor spreading and plate tectonics. A description of the island's physiography and comments on the economic geology are also included.
    St. Helena is the deeply eroded summit of a composite volcano rising from the sea floor at a depth of 4,224m. The sub-aerial portion is approximately 122 sq. km. (47 sq. miles) in area - about half the size of the Isle of Wight. The highest point, Diana's Peak , is 823m above sea level. The small size of the visible island belies the true dimensions of this massive volcano; it is a major feature on the earth's surface. The base of the volcanic pile measures some 130km in diameter and the volume of the cone is estimated to be twenty times that of Mt. Etna - the largest European volcano. St. Helena is truly remote and, together with Ascension Island (1,127km distant), comprises the only land in 3 per cent of the earth's surface area.

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    Embraces the maximization of effective Korean land use, environmental geology including underground Category Regional Asia South Korea Science and Environment......Copyright (c) 2002. Korea Institute of Geoscienceand Mineral Resources. All Right reserved.

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