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|Geological Society of London||
Photo library, explanations and examples of geological phenomena, links to publications.
Although the Geological Society serves the...
|Rocks, Earthquakes, Volcanoes||view|
|Geology.com. News and information about geology.||
Go to Articles on top bar, to get a wide range of descriptive articles with illustrations, e.g. minerals, rocks, fossils, and much more.
|Minerals, Fossils, Rocks, Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Geological time, Plate tectonics, Climate change||view|
|Mineralogy and Petrology: The Scientific Study of Minerals and Rocks||
The fundamental building blocks of Planet Earth: understood through studying rocks & minerals as hand specimens, through the petrological...
|geology, Minerals, Rocks||view|
|Natural History Museum, London||
Short articles, illustrations, videos, external links. Find geology topics under rocks and minerals, fossils, evolution, natural disasters.
|Rocks, Minerals, Fossils, Evolution, Climate, oceans||view|
|Penn State University, Dept of Geosciences||
On-line course materials for Earth 520, Plate tectonics and People.
Explanation, diagrams, animations, further reading and exercises....
|Plate tectonics, Seismology, Rocks, Earth's interior||view|
|Practising science: reading the rocks and ecology||
An Open University course to help students determine where rocks have come from and how they were made. It also examines the processes involved...
|University of Southampton, School of Ocean and Earth Science: Images of minerals and rocks used in teaching and research.||
Indexed images of specimens. Minerals, igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks, labelled photomicrographs. Click on thin sections and that...
|Minerals, Rocks, Thin sections, Fossils||view|
|Your Planet Earth||
A series of powerpoint presentations designed for schoolteachers, but also suitable for adults studying introductory geology. This is part of an...
|Volcanoes, Dinosaurs, Natural hazards, Plate tectonics, Climate change, Oil and gas, Geological time, Rocks, Minerals, Ice ages, History of life, Evolution||view|