Geology, published since 1973, features rapid publication of about 23 refereed short (four-page) papers each month. Articles cover all earth-science disciplines and include new investigations and provocative topics. Professional geologists and university-level students in the earth sciences use this widely read journal to keep up with scientific research trends. The online forum section facilitates author-reader dialog. Includes color and occasional large-format illustrations on oversized loose inserts. Archives are also available online from 1973 to present.
Geology.com is published by Hobart King. Dr. King holds degrees in geology from California University of Pennsylvania (B.S. 1975) and West Virginia University (M.S. 1978, Ph.D. 1982). He is a licensed professional geologist in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and has published Geology.com since 2005.
An in-depth online geology textbook written for kids. Learn about the world beneath you.
The U.S. Geological Survey provides scientific information intended to
help educate the public about natural resources, natural hazards,
geospatial data, and issues that affect our quality of life. Discover
selected online resources, including lessons, data, maps, and more, to
support teaching, learning, education (K-12), and university-level
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This website is an educational resource that describes the science behind volcanoes and volcanic processes. The site is sponsored by NASA under the auspices of Project ALERT (Augmented Learning Environment and Renewable Teaching). It is intended for the education of university students of geology and volcanology and teachers of earth science. Each section in the menu builds upon previous sections. For users who lack fundamental knowledge of volcanological principles and terms, it is best to proceed through the website in a progressive manner. More advanced users will find each section self-contained and can navigate through the website as their interest dictates.