|Sites Specifically for Students with Information About Geology|
Children's Museum: Geo Mysteries: Geologic Timeline; Fast Facts about Rocks and Fossils
The Dynamic Earth from Smithsonian Institution: Interactive site that tells the story of the earth's history through rocks.
Enchanted Learning: Geology, Rocks and Minerals: Leaning materials for young students covering geology topics
Geology for Kids, the Study of Our Earth: An in depth online geology textbook written for kids. Learn about the world beneath you.
Ask an Earth Scientist: Answers to questions submitted to earth scientist about the earth's geology
Earth Science World: The Earth Science World Image Bank has photographs of all aspects of Earth Science available to the public, educators, and the geoscience community.
Geokansas: A Place to Learn About the Geology of Kansas, and Geology in general: Facts and information about geologic regions, fossils, rocks and minerals, geoTopics, photos
Geology.com: EXCELLENT RESOURCE! Everything you might want to know about geology and geology topics can be found here!
How Do We Know about Layers Deep within Earth?: An interactive slide show with facts and information
Investigations: Exploring Our Earth: Interactive modules about our earth
Geology - from Wikipedia: Information about the history of geology, and geological studies
How Stuff Works: Geology Library: Articles, facts, photos on Geology topics
Nationalatlas.gov: Geology of the United States: facts, information, photos; interactive maps
Savage Earth from PBS: Excellent PBS site presenting the volatility of the earth's crust and geological phenomena which occur as a result: volcanoes, earthquakes, Tsunamis
What You Need to Know About Geology: Listed by topics: Minerals and Gemstones, Rocks, Landforms, Plate Tectonics, Quakes, Volcanoes, and Hazards, Mineral Resources, Geologic Maps, Regional Geology, Climate, Oceans and Ice Fossils, Geology and Civilization, and MORE
|Birthstones: Myths and History||History of Birthstones|
|Geology: Caves||Virtual Caves|
|Fascinating Cave Facts||National Caves Association|
|Biospeleology - The Study of Caves||Online Guide to Cave Exploring|
|Caves - from Wikipedia||The Underground World of Caves|
|Geology: Diamonds and Gemstones||Diamonds: The Nature of Diamond|
|History of Diamonds||How Gemstones are Formed|
|NOVA Online: The Diamond Deception||Gemstone Formation|
|How Does Coal Become a Diamond||Gemstone - from Wikipedia|
|Earth's Interior and Surface||The Interior of the Earth|
|What is the Earth Made Of?||Facts about the Earth's Core|
|History.com Video: How the Earth Was Made||Earth - from Wikipedia|
|Geography for Kids: The Earth's Structure||Earth's Interior|
|Structure of the Interior of Earth||Surface and Interior of Earth|
Marine Geology and Geophysics Images: The Images offered here were produced in the National Geophysical Data Center's Marine Geology and Geophysics Division; includes images of natural geologic hazards: earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis, landslides
|Games to Learn More About Geology|
|Identify Rock Game||Fun Trivia: Geology|
|Educational Science Powerpoints|
|Educational Science Videos|
|Reference Sites to Help in Your Research|
Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Encyclopedia Smithsonian features answers to frequently asked questions about the Smithsonian and links to Smithsonian resources from A to Z
Information Please: On-Line Dictionary; Encyclopedia; Almanac, and MORE
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