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  1. Geology: A Self-Teaching Guide by Barbara W. Murck, 2001-06-29
  2. Essentials of Geology (10th Edition) by Frederick K. Lutgens, Edward J. Tarbuck, et all 2008-01-09
  3. The Practical Geologist: The Introductory Guide to the Basics of Geology and to Collecting and Identifying Rocks by Dougal Dixon, 1992-08-15
  4. Roadside Geology of Northern and Central California by David Alt, 2000-12-01
  5. Essentials of Geology (Third Edition) by Stephen Marshak, 2009-02-27
  6. Geology Underfoot in Yosemite National Park by Allen F. Glazner, Greg Stock, 2010-05-15
  7. Roadside Geology of Colorado (Roadside Geology Series) by Halka Chronic, 2002-08-01
  8. Earth: An Introduction to Physical Geology (9th Edition) by Edward J. Tarbuck, Frederick Lutgens, et all 2007-02-18
  9. Environmental Geology by Carla Montgomery, 2010-02-02
  10. Geology Rocks!: 50 Hands-On Activities to Explore the Earth (Kaleidoscope Kids) by Cindy Blobaum, 1999-10
  11. Introduction to Environmental Geology (4th Edition) by Edward A. Keller, 2007-04-26
  12. Roadside Geology of Arizona by Halka Chronic, 1983-04-01
  13. Exploring Geology by Stephen Reynolds, Julia Johnson, et all 2009-09-18
  14. Nontechnical Guide to Petroleum Geology, Exploration, Drilling and Production (2nd Edition) by Norman J. Hyne, Norman J. Ph.d Hyne, 2001-12-15

1. - Earth Science News, Maps, Dictionary, Articles, Jobs
geology and Earth Science current events, news, articles, dictionary, satellite images, career information, reference maps, and more.
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Most Popular Google Maps Satellite Images US Reference Maps USGS Photos: Lava into the Pacific Recent photos of Kilauea lava flows reaching the Pacific Ocean : Kilauea is streaming lava into the Pacific producing spectacular steam plumes and building out lava deltas. Check out the photos.
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What Does a Geologist Do?

Learn about the interesting work done by a geologist.
Meteor Impact Craters!
Zoom in on 50 of Earth's largest meteor impact craters with Google Maps
The Most Powerful Volcanic Eruption of the 20th Century:

A case of mistaken identity.
Igneous Rock Photos!
Also collections of sedimentary and metamorphic rocks. Herkimer Diamonds: Learn how to find these doubly terminated quartz crystals at Herkimer, NY. Google Map - San Andreas Fault Zoom in to see the approximate location of the San Andreas.

2. Geology - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
geology (from Greek , ge, earth ; and , logos, speech lit. to talk about the earth) is the science and study of the solid matter that constitutes
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Jump to: navigation search For the scientific journal, see Geology (journal) World geologic provinces
Oceanic crust
Geologic provinces Shield Platform ... igneous province crust At Wikiversity you can learn more and teach others about Geology at: The School of Geology
Geology (from Greek: γη, ge , "earth"; and λόγος, logos , "speech" lit. to talk about the earth) is the science and study of the solid matter that constitutes the Earth . Encompassing such things as rocks, soil, and gemstones, geology studies the composition, structure, physical properties, history, and the processes that shape Earth's components. It is one of the Earth sciences Geologists have established the age of the Earth at about 4.6 billion (4.6x10 ) years, and have determined that the Earth's lithosphere , which includes the crust , is fragmented into tectonic plates that move over a rheic upper mantle asthenosphere ) via processes that are collectively referred to as plate tectonics . Geologists help locate and manage the Earth's natural resources , such as petroleum and coal , as well as metals such as iron copper , and uranium . Additional economic interests include gemstones and many minerals such as asbestos perlite mica phosphates ... quartz , and silica , as well as elements such as sulfur chlorine , and helium Planetary geology (sometimes known as Astrogeology) refers to the application of geologic principles to other bodies of the solar system. Specialised terms such as

3. About Geology - The Complete Guide To Geology
About geology includes everything from outer space to the Earth s core, from the oldest fossils to the landslides and earthquakes of today.
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Valley of Fire, Nevada
Photos from a memorable visit to Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada, are ready for your viewing. (You can find the gallery in the Nevada Geology category , under Regional Geology.) This is a major locality in which redbeds of Jurassic age are exposed beneath a cover of Cambrian limestone. Why should Cambrian rocks overlie Jurassic ones, you may ask? The older Cambrian rocks were thrusted over the younger Jurassic ones during the Sevier orogeny, a mountain-building episode that occurred around 80 million years ago well after both sets of rocks had settled down for a quiet rest. Today's central Andes highland in South America is the nearest analog to what happened in Nevada neighboring states at that time: a huge pile of crust had built up that then softened and spread out, pushing the adjoining countryside laterally. The Sevier orogeny involved relatively thin layers of rocks; as it wound down, the Laramide orogeny began, which involved thicker layers of rock and lands farther to the east. But whether you follow that explanation or not, Valley of Fire is just a beautiful place.
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Amazing Fossils in Amber
An advanced x-ray imaging technique has pulled wonderfully detailed pictures of fossilized insects from pieces of opaque amber . The high-intensity x-rays are made at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) in Grenoble and directed through the samples of amber, then processed to yield phase-contrast images, much like dark-field optical microscope pictures. Not only are the images of delicate fossils exceptionally clear, but they can be digitally extracted and studied in close detail. This tiny spider is shown in a much larger image in a

4. Geology Discipline
Welcome to the home page of the geology Discipline of the US Geologic Survey. Inside you will find links to our science programs, real time hazard
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5. Geological Society Of America - Geology Magazine
Geological Society of America geology Magazine.

6. ScienceDaily: Geology News
geology news. From the discovery of new properties of deep earth and finds in fossil magma chambers to fossil fuels and more. geology images and text.
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7. Geology
Web site for geology. Geological Society of America Geological Society of America. geology is published by the Geological Society of America.
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8. GSA Journals Online - Geology
geology in the News. Memory cell holds record of Earth s history Earth and Mind How Geologists Think and Learn about the Earth

9. Geology
These questions and many more can be answered if we know a little about geology! That s the study of the Earth. Minerals (and the Stuff They Are Made Of!)
Why do volcanoes erupt? How are rocks made and destroyed? Why do rivers wiggle back and forth? What sorts of animals roamed the Earth long ago? These questions and many more can be answered if we know a little about GEOLOGY! That's the study of the Earth.
Minerals (and the Stuff They Are Made Of!)
Rocks and the Rock Cycle
Earth's Layers and Moving Plates
Fossils and Earth History
Scientists Who Study Rocks
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10. Geology, Rocks And Minerals -
geology, Rocks and Minerals Pages. geology Label Me! Printouts Label the Earth, the crust, a volcano, water cycle, and other Earthrelated diagrams.
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11. Geology Online Resources At Education Index
Hand picked directory of online geology resources.
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Aleta's Geology Links
Very thorough geology links page. Contains many subjects.
American Geological Institute
Earthquake Info from the USGS
Continually updated information on earthquake activity worldwide, information on what you should do to prepare for a quake, and information on what causes earthquakes and why.
Flints and Stones: Real Life in Prehistory
The British Museum of Antiquities takes kids on a virtual trip to the Stone Age in this appealing site, which also relates ancient history to today's world, making it more real.
Geological Survey of Japan
An in-depth geographic survey of Japan, ranging from general geologic surveys to marine geology, environmental geology, and an earthquake special lab. Site also includes geological maps, and the Geological Museum.
Geology Link Page
This is a great listing of geology links on the web. It includes government links, associations, and links by field of study. Good resource.

12. GeologyLink®
Houghton Mifflin the publisher of geology and Essentials of geology - is pleased to present a public forum for all matters geological.
GeologyLink The Earth Today In The News Virtual Classroom ... Glossary Student Resource Center
GeologyLink Houghton Mifflin - the publisher of Geology and Essentials of Geology - is pleased to present a public forum for all matters geological. This area is open to students, university instructors, professional geologists, and anyone else who seeks insight into the world’s daily geological rumblings.
The Earth Today
October 27, 2003:
On September 21, a 6.6 magnitude earthquake was felt 110 km (65 miles) S of Meiktila, Myanmar. ( National Earthquake Information Center The Earth Today is regularly updated to bring you the latest geologic events.
Geology in the News
Visit Geology in the News to find reports on the latest discoveries and news in the geo-community.
Virtual Classroom
The Virtual Classroom provides links to physical geology courses from around the world.
Virtual Field Trips
Take a virtual field trip or link to local geologic surveys and information from around the world.
Inside Geology
Want to learn more about basic concepts in geology? Curious about a recent geologic event? Interested in studying a subject in depth? Inside Geology will link you to hundreds of class lectures, web sites, references, news items, organizations, and glossaries on every aspect of geology.

13. The Geology Department, University Of California, Davis
Course information, research, news, faculty, and contact information.
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14. Galapagos Geology Web Page
WELCOME to GALAPAGOS geology ON THE WEB. For those interested in natural history, there are few places quite as facinating as the Galapagos.
W ELCOME to G ALAPAGOS G EOLOGY ON THE W EB . For those interested in natural history, there are few places quite as facinating as the Galapagos. The intention of this web site is to provide information on the Galapagos Islands to both scientists and non-scientists alike. Charles Darwin was the first geologist to explore the Galapagos. He made many important observations of Galapagos geology and drew conclusions that remain valid today. Darwin was also fascinated by the remarkable and unique biota of the islands. His careful biological observations later led him to propose a theory, that of natural selection , that revolutionized the way scientists think of life. While the emphasis of this web site is on geology, we too have found Galapagos wildlife difficult to ignore, so you will find many images and observations on biology, as well as geology, on this site. We hope you enjoy your visit. If you are interested in news about the recent oil spill in the Galapagos and how you can help, see the Charles Darwin Foundation Web Site A Brief Introduction to Galapagos Geology
Some geological background on the Galapagos.

15. University Of Chicago Press - Cookie Absent
Peerreviewed journal edited by the University of Chicago Press. Though it is available under subscription only, everyone can access the TOC and abstracts.
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16. Geology - Continental Drift - Crystalinks
geology is commonly divided into a number of subdisciplines (1) those concerned with the chemical makeup of the solid Earth, which include the study of
Geology - Continental Drift
Geology is the scientific study of the Earth, including its composition, structure, physical properties, and history. The term geology is broadly inclusive and is often regarded as embracing all of the geologic sciences. Geology is commonly divided into a number of subdisciplines: (1) those concerned with the chemical makeup of the solid Earth, which include the study of minerals (mineralogy) and rocks (petrology); (2) those having to do with the structure of the solid Earth, as, for example, the study of the relationships of rocks and geologic features in general (structural geology) and the science of volcanic phenomena (volcanology); (3) those concerned with landforms and the processes that produce them (geomorphology and glacial geology); (4) those dealing with geologic history, including the study of fossils and the fossil record (paleontology), the development of sedimentary strata (stratigraphy), and the evolution of planetary bodies and their satellites (astrogeology); and (5) economic geology and its various branchese.g., mining geology and petroleum geology. Some major fields closely allied to geology are geodesy, geophysics, and geochemistry.

17. Get Answers: Geology
Geologic Evidences for Very Rapid Strata Deposition in the Grand Canyon geology and the Bible (Tas Walker’s biblical geology page) (SemiTechnical)
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18. Earth Science/Geology > Franklin Institute Educational Hotlists
General geology. ScienceMaster s geology and Earth Home Page Online Soil Resources USGS Ground Water Atlas The Mineral Gallery Indiana geology Today
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  • 19. Geology Department Web Site - Northern Arizona University
    A series of platetectonic reconstructions to show the broad patterns of Phanerozoic Earth history.
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    20. Carleton College Geology Department
    (but don t confuse us with the geology groups from Carleton University in Canada) This page is supported by the Carleton College geology Department.
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