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Earth science (F640): The study of the earth as a unified system; includes earth resources, surface and crustal processes.Displaying 1 - 10 of 10
|British Geological Survey||
The Geology of Britain viewer allows the user to click on any place in Britain and find out what rock outcrops there. Geological maps can be...
|Geological maps, Geology of the British Isles, Geological survey, Bedrock||view|
|Discovering Fossils (one of their many websites)||
Information about fieldwork localities in Britain, with particular emphasis on fossils to be collected. Aimed at families with children, but...
|Geology fieldwork, Fossils, Palaeontology, Geology of the British Isles||view|
|Earth's chemical composition and mineralogy||
Table of rock types and minerals forming the Earth's core, mantle, oceanic crust and continental crust.
Introductory level course on Earthquakes from the Open University
|Earth’s physical resources: petroleum||
Intermediate level course from the Open University on petroleum. the course begins by examining the geological characteristics of petroleum and...
|Evolution through natural selection||
An Open University course on natural selection
|Evolutionary theory, Darwin, Darwinism||view|
|Geological Conservation Review (GCR)||
Website giving details of field localities. The Geological Conservation Review Series is a set of printed books, produced by the Joint Nature...
|Regional geology, Geology fieldwork, Stratigraphy, Geology of the British Isles||view|
|Geological processes in the British Isles||
A course from the Open University that explores the processes that have shaped the British landscape over time, giving insight into the geological...
|Geology of the British Isles||view|
|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|
Stratigraphic column (Open University)