n. pl. ge·ol·o·gies
1. The scientific
study of the origin, history, and structure of the earth.
2. The structure of
a specific region of the earth's crust.
3. A book on geology.
4. The scientific study
of the origin, history, and structure of the solid matter
of a celestial body.
- AGIWEB - American
- Amethyst Galleries'
Mineral Gallery - A constantly growing database of
mineral descriptions, images, and specimens. The descriptions
include searchable mineralogical data, plus other information
of interest to students and rock hounds!
an Earth Scientist - Answers from Dr. Ken Rubin and
his people in the Department of Geology and Geophysics
at the University of Hawaii.
- Australia's Extinct Animals - Learning about Australia's extinct fauna helps us to create links through time that unify the animals of the past with those of today.
- Australia's Lost
Kingdoms - Visit Australia as it was millions of years
ago. Take an exciting journey through time from 110 million
years ago to the present and beyond.
Museum - Contains nationally ranked collections totaling
over 3 million specimens. These collections are divided
into three main divisions: Geology, Anthropology and Zoology.
Landscapes - Canadian Landscapes and landforms.
- Coal Education
Web Site - Presented by Kentucky Coal Council.
- Department of
Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology - California's
State Geological Survey.
RockPile - A Place to share Dinosaur, Geology and
Paleontology sites, photos, information and links.
- Earth Science
World - You can monitor current events, make maps,
do activities and puzzles, compile data, collect ideas
for Earth Science Week, gather career information, and
browse the Book Center.
Beginnings and Archean Life - Studies of meteorites
tell geologists and astrophysicists about the age of our
Smithsonian - Features answers to frequently asked
questions about the Smithsonian and links to Smithsonian
resources on subjects from Art to Zoology.
- Extreme Science
- Ever wondered what the biggest, baddest, and the best
are in the natural world?
Horse Cybermuseum - The Florida Museum of Natural
History presents this on-line exhibit on fossil horse
(Equidae) paleontology, evolution, phylogeny, relationships,
biology, nomenclature, and geological time sequence in
- Geography website and revision guide.
- Geological Survey of the
Czech Republic - Official site.
- Geology and Earth Science - Current Events - Articles - Maps - News.
- Geology and Earth Science Definitions - Consult our geology dictionary for definitions, images and short articles about the most commonly used geological terms.
- Geology Museum - Colorado.
Museum - Madison.
- Geology Museum - Massachusetts
- Geology Museum - New Mexico.
- Geology Museum - Rutgers.
- Geology Museum - South Dakota.
- Geology Museum - Vermont.
- Geology Museum - Wyoming.
Canyon Explorer - Geology of the Grand Canyon.
- Happy Birthstone
- The Mineral Gallery a database of mineral descriptions, images, and specimens.
Diamond - Read about the history of the stone which was eventually
named the Hope diamond.
Project, The - A year-long educational program designed
to excite and engage students in science and technology.
- Jason Project - Explore & learn.
School Earth Science Explorer - Wheeling Jesuit University/NASA
Classroom of the Future™.
- Mineral Gallery
- Amethyst Galleries, Inc. A constantly growing collection
of mineral descriptions, images, and specimens.
History Network .. Homepage - An information
resource for mining historians.
- MSHA Kid's
Page - Our job is to protect those that work at mines,
maybe your father, mother, aunt or uncle. Explore and
learn more about mining.
Paleoclimatology Program - A central location for
paleoclimate data, research, and education at the National
Geophysical Data Center.
- World Data Center for Marine Geology and Geophysics,
Arkansas - Arkansas quartz crystals, rocks and minerals,
and diamonds are famous around the world.
Web Site - A place where you can learn about sand,
see a variety of different kinds of sand, and look at
sands from different places around the world.
Earth - Although it feels solid and hard beneath our
feet, the outer surface of the Earth is a thin crust of
fragile rock, fractured like the cracked shell of an egg.
A PBS series.
Planet - While planet Earth sustains life, it also
harbors forces that can instantly destroy us. From PBS...
- St. Louis Science Center
- Serves as a bridge between scientist and lay person,
encouraging an understanding of ecology and the environment,
humanity, technology and the space sciences.
- Science, Geology, Mineralogy, Geochemistry, Crystallography,
Photography, Digital Photography, Faceting...
Santorini Volcano - Santorini is the most known and
active volcanic island of the Hellenic Arc in the south
- USGS - U.S. Geological
- West's Geology
Directory - School of Ocean and Earth Science , Southampton
University, Southampton Oceanography Centre.
- What on Earth is
Soil? - Soil makes up the outermost layer of our planet.
Soil has varying amounts of organic matter (living and
dead organisms), minerals, and nutrients.
Data Center for Marine Geology & Geophysics, Boulder
- Images: Visualizing Data.