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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				The Shodor Education Foundation, Inc.	info@shodor.org	923 Broad Street, Suite 100	Durham	NC	27705		919-286-1911		USA
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Title: Air Quality Meteorology	Keywords: Atmospheric science	Description: The goal of this course is to introduce participants to the basic concepts of meteorology and air quality necessary to understand meteorological computer models. This course, along with companion courses in Computational Atmospheric Science and Emissions, anticipates the Models3 environment under development by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Upon completion of the course, participants should understand the fundamental principles of meteorology. In addition, participants will be introduced to the application of these principles to air quality, especially through atmospheric modeling. Moreover, during the course a number of issues involved in simulating atmospheric processes in a computer-based model will be presented. This course is designed to provide scientific background that will help the participant move quickly "up the ramp" in terms of understanding and using a computational science approach to studying complex environmental phenomena. Upon completion of this course, a person will be able to: 1) describe the basic concepts, relationships, and terms that Models3 or a similar meteorological air quality model employs to represent the meteorological aspects of the model, and 2) describe several key relationships between meteorological phenomena and air quality. This course assumes the participant holds a bachelor's degree in a science-related field such as physics, chemistry, or geology and has some additional familiarity with environmental issues. Others with less experience will also find the material useful, but may not have the necessary background to understand all of the material, especially some of the higher level mathematics, presented in the course.
Publication 12-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.shodor.org/metweb/index.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: The Shodor Education Foundation, Inc., Copyright © 1996
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Acid Rain Program		401 M Street, SW; Mail Code 6204J	Washington	DC	20460		202-564-9620		USA
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Title: Acid Rain	Keywords: Environmental science,Chemistry	Description: This site provides information on what is acid rain; what is acidity; what are the effects of acid rain on forests, water, human-made materials, and people. The site contains nine experiments in measuring pH in common substances, water, and soil. Experiments also explore the influence of acid rain on plant growth, acid effects on metal, and the observation of buffers in lakes, ponds, and streams. Suggestions for activities for classrooms, individuals and small groups, and field trip ideas are listed. A link to lesson plans for K-12 from the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission is available, as is the Acid Rain Prgram Progress Report.
Publication 10-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.epa.gov/airmarkets/acidrain/index.html
Learning Context: 1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8;9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: These pages are adapted from, and may be cited as, the following publication: Acid Rain: A Student's First Sourcebook, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Washington, DC 20460, December 1994, publication number EPA/600/0-90/027a. EPA's documents are in the public domain and have no copyright; you may use text and graphics from this Web site without our permission.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Jeffrey	Lew	K.	Dr	University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA); Department of Atmospheric Sciences	lew@atmos.ucla.edu	Math Sciences Room 1963	Los Angeles	CA	90024				USA
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Title: AS3: Introduction to the Atmospheric Environment	Keywords: Atmospheric science	Description: An introductory course on general meteorology, primarily for the non-science major. The physical nature of the atmosphere is presented in a visual and descriptive manner. Lecture screens with hyperlinked background material are available at the site and as downloadable files. Topics include heat transfer and energy in the atmosphere, temperature, water vapor, cloud formation, wind systems, air masses and storm systems. Exams, reading assignments and homework problem sets are also included.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.atmos.ucla.edu/AS3/index.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: All material in this web site is ©2000 by Jeffrey K. Lew. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Robert	Myers		Dr	National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Classroom of the Future, Wheeling Jesuit University	bmyers@cet.edu	316 Washington Avenue	Wheeling	WV	26003		304-243-2368	304-243-2497	USA
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Title: Global Climate Change	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology	Description: Global Climate Change is one of the Exploring the Environment series of online modules. Emphasizing an integrated approach to environmental earth science through problem-based learning, this module asks students to predict how increasing atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide is changing the climate, and the possible effects this may have on Kansas wheat crops. Students access remote sensing data via links to both current and historical data and work through a sequence of hyperlinked background resources to investigate this problem. The site also offers a glossary, teacher resources, and a general description of the problem-based learning model.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.cotf.edu/ete/modules/climate/GCmain.html
Learning Context: 7;8;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright© 1999-2000, Wheeling Jesuit University/Center for Educational Technologies™. All rights reserved. Copyright© 1997-2000, Wheeling Jesuit University/NASA Classroom of the Future™. All rights reserved. Permission to make digital or hard copies of part or all of this work for personal or classroom use is granted provided that copies are not made or distributed for profit or direct commercial advantage and that copies bear this notice and the full citation on the first page. However, copyrights for components of this work owned by others than the Center for Educational Technologies™/ NASA Classroom of the Future™ must be honored as follows: abstracting with credit is permitted, but anyone copying information must abide by the terms and constraints of the copyright protecting all components. For example, reposting any part of a component requires explicit permission of the holder of copyright of that component. Mirroring all or any part of this site requires our permission and the permission of 
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Donald	Reed			San Jose State University, Department of Geology	dreed@geosun.sjsu.edu	1 Washington Square	San Jose	CA	95192-0102		408-924-5036	408-924-5053	USA
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Title: The Briny Deep	Keywords: Chemical oceanography,Physical oceanography	Description: This expedition explores the chemical and physical properties of the ocean and their role in governing oceanic processes. Topics include: Is There Salt in Seawater?, Ions of Salt, What is Source of the Salt?, Salinity Variability, Salinity and Precipitation, Calculating Salinity, Ocean Temperature, Solar Radiation, Variations in the Properties of Sea Water, Light Penetration, Temperature, Thermocline, Density, Layering, and the Velocity of Sound in Water. This expedition is one of nine expeditions and two field studies which are part of a course entitled Geology 105 - Mysteries of the Deep.
Publication 10-2000
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://geosun1.sjsu.edu/~dreed/105/exped7/1.html
Learning Context: 13;14;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: ©Copyright 1999 Portions of this expedition have been extracted with permission from: "Why is the Ocean Salty?" Written by Herbert Swenson of the U.S. Geological Survey and adapted to the WWW by June Langhoff and Annie Kook. Several maps and figures have been graciously provided by Matthias Tomczak and are copyright-protected.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Donald	Reed			San Jose State University, Department of Geology	dreed@geosun.sjsu.edu	1 Washington Square	San Jose	CA	95192-0102		408-924-5036	408-924-5053	USA
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Title: Global Circulation and the California Current	Keywords: Physical oceanography,	Description: This on-line expedition focuses on the flow of ocean water along with its climatic impact and environmental consequences. Learning objectives include an awareness that ocean waters are constantly on the move, that ocean currents influence climate and living conditions for plants and animals, even on land, and that currents flow in complex patterns affected by wind, the water's salinity and heat content, bottom topography, and the earth's rotation. This expedition is one of nine expeditions and two field studies which are part of a course entitled Geology 105 - Mysteries of the Deep.
Publication 12-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://geosun1.sjsu.edu/~dreed/105/exped9/1.html
Learning Context: 13;14;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: ©Copyright 1999
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Weather World 2010 Project	ww2010@atmos.uiuc.edu	105 S. Gregory Street	Urbana	IL	61801				USA
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Title: Coriolis Force Demonstration - title enhanced by cataloger	Keywords: Atmospheric science	Description: This short video clip provides a real life example of the coriolis force. It is a movie of a ball rolling across the surface of a rotating merry-go-round. As the ball is passed from one person to another, the path of the ball appears to curve, however when viewed from above, the path is appears straight, exemplifying the effect the rotation of the Earth.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://ww2010.atmos.uiuc.edu/(Gh)/guides/mtr/pw/gifs/coriolis.mov
Learning Context: 7;8;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: Content of this server are Copyright © 1997 by the University of Illinois Board of Trustees (except in the case of photos and other resources which are specifically identified). The names "Weather World 2010" and "WW2010"are trademarks ™ of the University of Illinois. Non-commercial use must be accompanied by appropriate credit visible with respect to the used item. "Image/Text/Data from the University of Illinois WW2010 Project." Web utilizations should, if possible, provide a link to our server nearby.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				The National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing (CRESST)		University of California at Los Angeles, 301 GSE and IS; Mailbox 951522; 300 Charles E. Young Drive North	Los Angeles	CA	90095-1522	http://cresst96.cse.ucla.edu/CRESST/pages/toc.htm	310-206-1532	310-825-3883	USA
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Title: Scoring Rubrics	Keywords: Educational theory and practice	Description: This site has four different scoring rubrics which enable a teacher to assign a numerical score to an open ended question or student product. The four rubrics are the Eighth and Tenth Grade Mechanics Scale, an Overall Quality of the Explanation rubric, the Short Answer Task - 4 Point Scale, and the Problem-Solving Task - Holistic 5-Point Scoring Scale.
Publication 10-2000
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://cresst96.cse.ucla.edu/CRESST/pages/Rubrics.htm
Learning Context: 1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Richard	Armstrong	L.		National Snow and Ice Data Center	nsidc@kryos.colorado.edu	Campus Box 449, University of Colorado	Boulder	CO	80309-0449				USA
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Title: State of the Cryosphere: An overview of the status of snow and ice as indicators of climate change	Keywords: Cryology,Climatology	Description: Climatologists know that the measure of the world's ice, in all its many dimensions and forms, is a measure of current conditions as well as of those frozen over time. These pages present a summary of cryospheric and related indicators of global climate trends including: temperature change over the past century, trends in hemispheric snow extent, trends in hemispheric sea ice extent, glacier melt, and changes in sea level. Also included is a snapshot of current permafrost conditions. Links to current news releases and journal articles, a glossary, and reference list are also provided.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://nsidc.org/NASA/SOTC/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				American Meteorological Society	amsedu@dc.ametsoc.org	1200 New York Avenue, NW, Suite 410	Washington	D.C.	20005		202-682-9337	202-682-9341	USA
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Title: The DataStreme Project	Keywords: Atmospheric science	Description: The DataStreme Project is a pre-college teacher enhancement initiative of the American Meteorological Society (AMS). Its main goal is the training of Weather Education Resource Teachers who will promote the teaching of science, mathematics and technology using weather as a vehicle, across the K-12 curriculum in their home school districts. The initial step in the training of Resource Teachers is their participation in the DataStreme distance-learning course. The 13-week course is offered twice a year to selected participants. It focuses on the study of the atmospheric environment through the use of electronically transmitted weather data and learning materials combined with Study Guide readings and investigations. The Project is funded by the National Science Foundation with assistance from the U.S. National Weather Service and the State University of New York College at Brockport. DataStreme expects to train over 4,000 teachers nationally.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.comet.ucar.edu/dstreme/index.html
Learning Context: 1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8;9;10;11;12;17	Intended End User Role: 1
Cost: 1	Copyright: © Copyright 1999: American Meteorological Society
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey (USGS), USGS Information Services		Box 25286, Building 810, Denver Federal Center	Denver	CO	8-225		888-ASK-USGS		USA
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Title: This Dynamic Earth: the Story of Plate Tectonics	Keywords: Geology	Description: This booklet gives a brief introduction to the concept of plate tectonics and complements the visual and written information in the map entitled This Dynamic Planet, which was published in 1994 by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and the Smithsonian Institution. The booklet highlights some of the people and discoveries that advanced the development of the theory and traces its progress since its proposal. Although the general idea of plate tectonics is now widely accepted, many aspects still continue to confound and challenge scientists. Chapter headings include; Historical perspective, Developing the theory, Understanding plate motions, "Hotspots": Mantle thermal plumes, Some unanswered questions, and Plate tectonics and people.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://pubs.usgs.gov/publications/text/dynamic.html
Learning Context: 7;8;9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey (USGS)									USA
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Title: USGS Earthquake Hazards Program	Keywords: Natural hazards,Geophysics	Description: This is the home page of the Earthquake Hazards Program (EHP) of the United States Geological Survey (USGS). The EHP is part of the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP) lead by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). This page is a gateway to pages on Earthquake Activity, Earthquake Education, Earthquake Products, Regional Centers, Seismic Networks, Latest Significant Earthquake, Frequently Asked Questions, Report an Earthquake, and Advanced National Seismic System (ANSS).
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16;17	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, Tropical Atmosphere Ocean Project	taogroup@pmel.noaa.gov	7600 Sand Point Way	Seattle	WA	98115				USA
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Title: El Nino Theme Page: Access to Distributed Information on El Nino	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Biological oceanography,Physical oceanography	Description: This concentrated, in-depth resource provides access to recent information on El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and La Nina in the Pacific Ocean, including data, graphics, forecasts, historical perspectives, in-depth analyses, prediction benefits, impacts on human life, and information on the 1997/1999 El Nino and La Nina events. Links to relevant data include Tropical Atmosphere Ocean Project (TAO) moored buoy data, XBT data, drifting buoy data, sea level field analyses, real-time data and analyses, satellite data, climate data, numerical model simulations and Ka'Imimoana shipboard data. The site also includes 3D animations and links to theme pages in Spanish, French, and Portuguese.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/tao/elnino/nino-home.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Joseph	Barsugli			Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES)	jbarsugli@cdc.noaa.gov	Campus Box 216, University of Colorado	Boulder	CO>	80309-0449				USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES), Climate Diagnostics Center	webmaster@cdc.noaa.gov	NOAA/OAR/CDC - (R/CDC1), 325 Broadway	Boulder	CO>	80305-3328				USA
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Title: Idealized ENSO Simulation	Keywords: ,Physical oceanography,	Description: Four visualizations of ENSO (El Niño - Southern Oscillation) are presented. They capture the large-scale, wave-like motion that the tropical Pacific Ocean undergoes during a El-Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) event. The four visualizations are 1) sea-level anomaly and ocean temperature anomaly, 2) sea-level anomaly and ocean temperature anomaly and thermocline depth anomaly, 3) the TOGA TAO anomalous SST (sea surface temperature) and 20C isotherm depth (thermocline) anomalous depth, and 4) the National Center for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) ocean analysis anomalous SST and 20C isotherm (thermocline) anomalous depth.
Publication 10-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.cdc.noaa.gov/%7ejjb/anim.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16;17	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: These World Wide Web pages are provided as a public service by the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) - Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES), Climate Diagnostics Center. Secondary Use of Site Contents: In general, information presented on pages served from www.cdc.noaa.gov is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Figures generated via our Web site are in the public domain, and may be downloaded freely. We appreciate acknowledgement of the NOAA-CIRES Climate Diagnostics Center in your use of any of our Web products. This may be done by including text such as: Image provided by the NOAA-CIRES Climate Diagnostics Center, Boulder, Colorado, USA, from their Web site at http://www.cdc.noaa.gov/.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Joseph	Kerski	J.		United States Geological Survey (USGS)	jjkerski@usgs.gov	Box 25046, MS 507	Denver	CO	80225-0046		303-202-4315		USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				The Virtual Geography Department Project	http://www.colorado.edu/geography/virtdept/contents.html	University of Colorado, Department of Geography	Boulder	CO	80309				USA
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Title: Exploring Earthquakes in Space and Time Through the Internet and a Geographic Information System	Keywords: Geophysics,Technology,Human geography	Description: This site contains an exercise in which students are asked to examine the frequency and distribution of earthquake epicenters and compare these epicenters to the distribution of plate boundaries and cities. Students download earthquake epicenters for the last several days and for an entire year from the Internet, and map the information using ArcView geographic information system (GIS), and analyze the patterns that become evident. The module presents background information on earthquakes and GIS, and includes step-by-step instructions for using the technological tools. It can be adapted to a wide range of grade levels and may be presented as an introductory GIS exercise. It may be completed without a GIS by using a paper base map, but requires access to the World Wide Web. This module has been classroom tested, and was peer reviewed during June 1997.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://rockyweb.cr.usgs.gov/public/outreach/quakegis/main.html
Learning Context: 7;8;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 1
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Warren	Huff	D.		University of Cincinnati, Department of Geology	Warren.Huff@uc.edu	Geology/Physics 614	Cincinnati	OH			513-556-3731		USA
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Title: Stream Floods	Keywords: Hydrology,Natural hazards	Description: This exercise is designed to explore the nature of floods and flood prediction. Prediction of flooding relies heavily upon statistical techniques based on historical records of stream behavior. This series of exercises first reviews basic concepts in flood prediction such as calculating the Recurrence Interval (RI), which is the average interval in years between occurrences of two discharges of equal magnitude; and the Weibull equation, which calculates the probability that a given discharge will be exceeded in any particular year. The student then accesses historical data on U.S. stream flow and performs these calculations independently.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://ucaswww.mcm.uc.edu/geology/huff/flood_frequency/flood.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey (USGS) Information Services		Box 25286,Building 810, Denver Federal Center	Denver	CO	80225		303-202-4700	303-202-4693	USA
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Title: Geologic Time: Online Edition	Keywords: Geologic time	Description: Offered by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a general interest publication, this site is an online edition of a text by the same name, offering a concise overview of the concepts associated with the age of the Earth. The online edition was revised in October of 1997 to reflect current thinking on this topic. Section headers are Geologic Time, Relative Time Scale, Major Divisions of Geologic Time, Index Fossils, Radiometric Time Scale, and Age of the Earth.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/geotime/index.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company	avincent@kendallhunt.com	4050 Westmark Dr.	Dubuque	IA		www.kendallhunt.com	800-542-6657, ext. 1041		USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): 				TERC	communications@terc.edu	2067 Massachusetts Avenue	Cambridge	MA	02140	http://www.terc.edu/	617-547-0430		USA
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Title: Global Lab Curriculum	Keywords: Ecology,Biology,Environmental science	Description: Global Lab: An Integrated Science Program is a full-year, interdisciplinary, introductory science course for grades 8-10, developed with support from the National Science Foundation and piloted over five years in 300 schools in 30 countries. Global Lab introduces students to science as inquiry, engaging them in collaborative scientific investigations. Students choose a local "study site" as the context for authentic, hands-on, integrated science explorations. Throughout the Global Lab course, students analyze their study site from biological, physical, chemical, and geographic perspectives. Students create qualitative descriptions, take quantitative measurements, analyze remotely-sensed images, and work with physical and biological models. The curriculum meets National Science Education Standards and major benchmarks. Study areas are: the interaction of matter and energy; biogeochemical cycles; biomes and biodiversity; and Earth as a system. Global Lab consists of a curriculum guide and five units: becoming a Global Community, Investigating Our Earth: Land, Investigating Our Earth: Water, Investigating Our Earth: Air, and Extended Investigations Each unit includes a Teacher’s Guide, an optional student book, and low-cost instruments and supplies designed specifically for that unit. There appears to be an annual subscription required in order to view this site.
Publication 10-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://globallab.terc.edu/home.html
Learning Context: 7;8;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 1
Cost: 3	Copyright: Text and illustrations copyright © 2000 by Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Daniel	Edelson	C.		School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University		Annenberg Hall, Room 123 ; 2115 North Campus Drive	Evanston	IL	60208-2610				USA
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Title: Welcome to the Global Warming Project	Keywords: Climatology	Description: In this project students learn about the scientific factors that contribute to the controversial global warming debate. The project places students as advisors to the heads of state of several different nations, prompting students to learn about the issue as they respond to the various questions and concerns of these leaders. As expert scientists on the issue, the class will need to understand and be able to explain to the heads of state what forces affect climate and what global warming actually means. Once they do this, they will need to help the different nations of the world understand how global warming will affect them and what they can do about it. Each team of students will be responsible for advising one country and will ultimately need to present a proposal that offers a set of solutions which address the concerns of their country. Stages of the project include an introduction to the basic issues of global warming, understanding the factors that contribute to temperature change, investigating the factors that determine global temperature and energy use, understanding potential consequences of atmospheric pollution on global climate, and finding solutions to these types of problems. Also included is an online journey through the Carbon and Water cycles.
Publication 10-2000
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.letus.nwu.edu/projects/gw/index.html
Learning Context: 7;8;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Climatic Data Center	info@ncdc.noaa.gov	Federal Building, 151 Patton Avenue	Asheville	NC	28801-5001	http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov	828-271-4800	828-271-4876	USA
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Title: Historical Significant Events Imagery	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Natural hazards,Technology	Description: The Historical Significant Events Imagery database (HSEI) is maintained by the National Climatic Data Center (NCDC). It contains hundreds of selected satellite images capturing some of the more important weather and environmental events over the last 30 years. One can search for images of a specific type of event or for a specific date range, go to a " What's New" section for images added in the past 7 days, or visit a "Most Popular" section for frequently-requested images. The images can be viewed on-line or downloaded for free, or one can order hardcopy matte or glossy finish prints for a small fee. Image dates range from 1960 (the first image from space) to present, and cover phenomena such as dust storms, fire, floods, hurricanes, snow cover, oil spills, severe weather and volcanoes.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www5.ncdc.noaa.gov/cgi-bin/hsei/hsei.pl?directive=welcome
Learning Context: 1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16;17	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Permission is granted to use, duplicate, modify, and redistribute any of our mages. Please give credit to NOAA / National Climatic Data Center.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of Illinois- Urbana-Champaign, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, WW2010		105 S. Gregory Street	Urbana	IL	61801				USA
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Title: The Hydrologic Cycle: Online Meteorology Guide	Keywords: Hydrology	Description: The Hydrologic Cycle is one of several online guides produced by WW2010 at the University of Illinois. These guides use multimedia technology and the dynamic capabilities of the web to incorporate text, colorful diagrams, animations, computer simulations, audio and video to introduce topics and concepts for a wide variety of disciplines. The Hydrologic Cycle is part of the Meteorology Guide, and focuses on the circulation and conservation of the earth's water. There are nine sections: The Earth's Water Budget, Evaporation, Condensation, Transport, Precipitation, Groundwater, Transpiration, Runoff, and a Summary and Example of the hydrologic cycle at work. Each section has diagrams and text, as well as hyperlinks that further define and illustrate concepts presented in the section.
Publication 10-2000
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://ww2010.atmos.uiuc.edu/(Gh)/guides/mtr/hyd/home.rxml
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Non-Commercial Use: Non-commercial use must be accompanied by appropriate credit visible with respect to the used item. "Image/Text/Data from the University of Illinois WW2010 Project." Web utilizations should, if possible, provide a link to our server nearby. University of Illinois Copyright: Content of this server are Copyright © 1997 by the University of Illinois Board of Trustees (except in the the case of photos and other resources which are specifically identified). The names "Weather World 2010" and "WW2010" are trademarks ™ of the University of Illinois. Teachers and Educators: Permission is hereby granted to individual teachers to print out, copy and distribute the pages herein to their students for educational purposes. Disclaimer: No guarantee as to the availability or accuracy of the Weather World 2010 Current Weather Products, data, text, orlinks provided herein is implied. The user assumes all risk in deciding the suitability of these resources for any particular use. Site Mirroring: Mirrorin
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Paul	Mayewski	A.		University of New Hampshire	paul_mayewski@grg.sr.unh.edu	Climate Change Research Center, Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans and Space	Durham	NH	03824		603-862-3146	603-862-2124	USA
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Title: Ice Core Contributions To Global Change Research: Past Successes and Future Directions	Keywords: Cryology,Climatology	Description: The U.S. ice coring community has, in concert with its international partners, made remarkable strides to advance in the understanding of global change. This document was assembled by the Ice Core Working Group (ICWG), and provides a synthesis of the global change lessons learned thus far, and the requirements and plans for solving new global change questions utilizing future ice coring activities. Sections on lessons learned include: the greenhouse/gas relationship, rapid climate change events, natural climate variability during the Holocene, extreme events (volcanoes and biomass burning), recent climate change as a precursor to modern climate, hindcasting instruments, anthropogenic impact on atmospheric chemistry, and human response to climate change as deduced from the paleorecord.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.nicl-smo.sr.unh.edu/icwg/icwg.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16;13;14	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Michael	Ritter	E.		The University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, The Virtual Geography Department Project	mritter@uwsp.edu	Department of Geography/Geology	Stevens Point	WI	54481		715-346-4449		USA
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Title: Indian Peaks, Colorado Front Range, U.S.A. Virtual Field Trip	Keywords: Physical geography	Description: This module contains a virtual field trip to the Indian Peaks section of the Colorado Front Range. It is intended to introduce students to the altitudinal zonation of vegetation found in this area. It also investigates alpine glacial processes and landforms. The module presents background information on the physical geography of the region, then includes step-by-step instructions for taking the field trip and the activities required to do along the way. This module can be adapted to a wide range of grade levels and may be presented as a lesson for introductory physical geography. Key geographical concepts addressed by the module: a) altitudinal zonation of climate and vegetation, b) alpine glacial landforms and processes and c) geographic fieldwork. Activities involve students recording "field" observations in a field journal, synthesizing field data to uncover relationships between elevation, temperature and vegetation form, and using online topographic maps and air photographs to identify alpine glacial landforms. At the conclusion of the field trip students will be able to describe how the vegetation relates to location (elevation) and climate, and describe how the following alpine glacial and periglacial landforms are created: aretes, U-shaped valley, cirque, tarn, paternoster lake, moraines, and rock glaciers.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.uwsp.edu/geo/projects/virtdept/ipvft/start.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: This module is part of the Virtual Geography Department Project and has been prepared for the Virtual Field Trips and Studies Working Group of the Project. These materials may be used for study, research, and education, but please credit the author and source: Michael Ritter, The Virtual Geography Department Project, The University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point. All commercial rights reserved. Copyright 1996 by Michael E. Ritter.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Frank	Monaldo			Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory	frank_monaldo@jhuapl.edu	11100 Johns Hopkins Rd, Mail Code 7-389	Laurel	MD	20723-6099	http://fermi.jhuapl.edu/people/monaldo/monaldo.html	240-228-8648	240-228-5548	USA
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Title: Ocean Remote Sensing: Sea Surface Temperature Imagery	Keywords: Technology,Physical oceanography	Description: This site presents rapidly processed estimates of sea surface temperature for various regions along the east coast of the United States, including the Gulf Stream, Chesapeake Bay, the Gulf of Mexico and the Bahamas. The imagery includes both single pass data and composite data from multiple passes. Included at this site is a primer on the measurement of sea surface temperature. Additional links satellite links are provided. See related links for the topics.
Publication 10-2000
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://fermi.jhuapl.edu/avhrr/sst.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16;17	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				The Shodor Education Foundation, Inc.	info@shodor.org	923 Broad Street, Suite 100	Durham	NC	27705		919-286-1911		USA
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Title: Calculating the Lifting Condensation Level (LCL)	Keywords: Atmospheric science	Description: This Javascript calculator was designed to calculate lifting condensation level (LCL) conditions using only three atmospheric input parameters that are commonly measured and reported during most local televised weather forecasts: surface temperature, surface dewpoint, and surface pressure. Output is pressure and parcel temperature at LCL. Though this calculator was designed to calculate the lifting condensation level for a parcel of air lifted from the surface, you calculate the LCL conditions for an air parcel at any other pressure level by substituting values appropriately. There is also a link to a calculator that will convert temperature reading from Celsius to Fahrenheit to Kelvin units.
Publication 12-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.shodor.org/metweb/session3/lcl1calc.html
Learning Context: 15;16;17	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: The Shodor Education Foundation, Inc., Copyright © 1996
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Susan	McLean	J.		National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)		325 Broadway	Boulder	CO	80305		303-497-6478		USA
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Title: Compute Values of Earth's Magnetic Field (Version 3.1)	Keywords: Geophysics	Description: The program run from this form computes the values of the Earth's magnetic field parameters for a given location and date or date range. Input required is the date and location (in latitude and longitude) of interest. Links to the U.S. Census Bureau's U.S. Gazeteer and the Getty Thesaurus assists in determing the latitude and longitude for locations of interest. The magnetic parameters (D, I, H, X, Y, Z, and F) are computed based on the latest International Geomagnetic Reference Field (IGRF), a Schmidt quasinormalized spherical harmonic model of the magnetic field. Accuracies for the angular components (Declination, D and Inclination, I) are reported in degrees and minutes of arc and are generally within 30 minutes. Accuracies for the force components (Horizontal - H, North - X, East - Y, Vertical - Z, and Total force - F) are generally within 25 nanotesla. A link to frequently-asked questions about the geomagnetic field of Earth is provided as background material.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/cgi-bin/seg/gmag/fldsnth1.pl
Learning Context: 17;15;16;13;14;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Rich	Signell			United States Geological Survey	rsignell@crusty.er.usgs.gov	384 Woods Hole Road	Woods Hole	MA	02543-1598	http://crusty.er.usgs.gov/rsignell.html	508-457-2229		USA
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Title: SEA-MAT: Matlab Tools for Oceanographic Analysis	Keywords: Physical oceanography	Description: This site is a collaborative effort to organize and distribute Matlab tools for the oceanographic community. Matlab is multi-platform software that provides numeric computation, technical graphics and visualization, and an intuitive programming language for applications in engineering and science. This site provides links to and downloads of code for oceanographic data analysis tools, including time series analysis, numerical modelling, mapping, hydrography, and data interface.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://sea-mat.whoi.edu/index.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Ira	Geer	W.	Dr	American Meteorological Society	amsedu@dc.ametsoc.org	1200 New York Avenue, NW, Suite 410	Washington	D.C.	20005		202-682-9337		USA
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Title: The Maury Project: Exploring the Physical Foundations of Oceanography	Keywords: Physical oceanography	Description: The Maury Project is the American Meteorological Society's comprehensive national program of teacher enhancement based on studies of the physical foundations of oceanography. Major components of the program include: (a) the development of a cadre of master oceanographic education resource teachers who provide peer training opportunities for their colleagues throughout the country, and (b) the dissemination and implementation of scientifically accurate and pedagogically sound instructional resource materials directed towards teachers. The program has two teacher enhancement components: (a) summer workshop training, and (b) peer-led training sessions. The workshop phase is held each summer at the United States Naval Academy (USNA) in Annapolis, Maryland, for 24 new participants (all of whom must go through an appliation process). This two-week phase includes intensive training sessions including lectures, tutorials, seminars, research cruises, hands-on laboratory exercises, and field trips. Trainers include faculty members from USNA, scientists from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and other organizations, and professional science educators. In component (b), the teachers trained in the USNA workshop conduct single-topic sessions on an on-going basis, for their peers within their home states, using single topic teaching materials developed by AMS specifically for this purpose. These training sessions, one to two hours in length, are offered by Maury Peer Trainers on a variety of topics treating the physical foundations of oceanography.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ametsoc.org/amsedu/maury/index.html
Learning Context: 1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 1
Cost: 1	Copyright: © Copyright 1998 American Meteorological Society
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Douglas	Yarger		Dr	Partnerships to Advance Learning in Science (PALS), Department of Geological and Atmospheric Sciences	doug@iastate.edu	3010 Agronomy Building, Iowa State University	Ames	IA	50011	http://www.pals.iastate.edu	515-294-9872		USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Douglas	Yarger		Dr	Partnerships to Advance Learning in Science (PALS), Department of Geological and Atmospheric Sciences	doug@iastate.edu	3010 Agronomy Building, Iowa State University	Ames	IA	50011	http://www.pals.iastate.edu	515-294-9872		USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Partnerships to Advance Learning in Science (PALS), Department of Geological and Atmospheric Sciences		3010 Agronomy Building, Iowa State University	Ames	IA	50011	http://www.pals.iastate.edu	515-292-2619		USA
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Title: Mountain Simulation: Assignment (title enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Atmospheric science	Description: This applet simulates the difficult concepts of adiabatic processes. A leaf visually symbolizes a parcel of air rising over a mountain. Users are allowed to vary the beginning temperature and vapor-pressure of the parcel of air, and the relative wind speed as it moves up and over a mountain. Graphs then display temperature verus altitude and vapor pressure as the leaf rises and falls. A series of questions guide the student to explore the conditions ( temperature, altitude, vapor pressure, dew point ) under which a cloud would form.
Publication 8-2000
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.pals.iastate.edu/simulations/Mtnsim/index.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1999, PALS, all rights reserved
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Macmillian Publishers Ltd, Nature Publishing Group	nature@nature.com	25 Eccleston Place	London		SW1W 9NF				England
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Title: Nature; International Weekly Journal of Science	Keywords: Biology,Ecology,	Description: This site is a gateway to all Nature-titled journals and sites for all levels of visitors. It provides full text services to subscribers of the weekly printed edition of Nature, but an extensive range of free content and other services are available to registered users and visitors, including an archive of the full text of the journal from 1997 to present. Nature appears weekly and publishes papers from any area of science with great potential impact. The importance of Nature papers often extends well beyond the confines of the specific discipline concerned. Nature also publishes a broad range of informal material in the form of Opinion articles, News stories, Briefings and Recruitment features, and contributed material such as Correspondence; Commentary; News and Views; Scientific Correspondence; and book, software and product reviews. This site requires membership which is free and you can sign up on the site.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.nature.com/nature/index.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16;13;14;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: Nature © Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2000 Registered No. 785998 England
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Rich	Signell			United States Geological Survey	rsignell@usgs.gov	384 Woods Hole Road	Woods Hole	MA	02543-1598		508-457-2229	508-457-2310	USA
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Title: Coastal Ocean Modeling at the USGS Woods Hole Field Center	Keywords: Physical oceanography	Description: This site provides animated visualizations of coastal circulation models of the northeast coast of the United States. Data are outputs from a variety of simulation models. Specific topics are: Comparison of Effluent Concentration from the Existing and Future Boston Harbor Sewage Outfalls, Tidal Flushing of Boston Harbor, Simulated Particle Trajectories Under a Steady Northeast Wind, Upwelling in Massachusetts Bay during June-July 1990, Spring Freshet in Massachusetts Bay during April-May, Relative Sea Level Change in Massachusetts Bay: 14,000 years to present. In addition there are "fly-by movies" of Stellwagen Bank, Buzzards Bay/Vineyard Sound, Boston Harbor, the Gulf of Maine, and Long Island Sound depicting undersea bathymetry at these locations.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://crusty.er.usgs.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16;13;14	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information in Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL), California Institute of Technology	topex@jpl.nasa.gov.	M/S Raytheon-299, 4800 Oak Grove Dr.	Pasadena	CA	91109	http://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/			USA
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Title: Visit to an Ocean Planet	Keywords: Physical oceanography,Biological oceanography,Chemical oceanography,Climatology,Technology	Description: Visit to an Ocean Planet is an innovative CD-ROM that has been transferred to the web. Visit to an Ocean Planet is for grades 5-12 that makes science, ocean, climate and life education fun and interactive. There are three sections, expedition, mission and guide. The expedition section engages students in exploring the 1997 El Nino, a look at oceanographers and their work, and an ocean science research cruise planning exercise. In the mission section, students discover many details about the TOPEX/Poseidon mission and learn about previous and future missions. They also learn how to measure ocean topography. The guide section contains lessons and classroom activities in climate, oceanography, and life in our oceans. The climate activities cover properties of fresh water and sea water, Earth's hydrologic cycle, coastal versus inland temperatures ocean currents and coastal temperatures, metric measurements, solar energy and distance, salinity, deep ocean circulations and greenhouse gases. The oceanography activities cover density of water, evaporation, mixing, sound in water, wind-driven currents, tides, upwelling and the Cartesian diver. The life in our oceans activities cover plankton, bioluminescence, oil spils and plastics in the ocean. Classroom activities can be downloaded directly from the website as .pdf files. The guide section also contains movies, images, and background materials. If you are an educator or home schooler, you can obtain a copy of the "Visit to an Ocean Planet" CD-ROM free of charge from the JPL Physical Oceanography DAAC: http://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/edu.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://topex-www.jpl.nasa.gov/education/cdrom.html
Learning Context: 7;8;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: If you are an educator or home schooler, you can obtain a copy of the "Visit to an Ocean Planet" CD-ROM free of charge from the JPL Physical Oceanography DAAC: http://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/edu. Produced by the TOPEX/Poseidon project. Copyright 1998 California Institute of Technology and its licensors. U.S. Government sponsorship is acknowledged. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				SRI International, Center for Technology in Learning		333 Ravenswood Ave.	Menlo Park	CA	94025-3493		650-859-2000	650-326-5512	REQUIRED
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Title: Performance Assessment Links in Science (PALS)	Keywords: Educational theory and practice	Description: Performance Assessment Links in Science (PALS) is an on-line, standards-based, continually updated resource bank of science performance assessment tasks indexed via the National Science Education Standards (NSES) and various other standards frameworks. The tasks, collected from numerous sources, include student directions and response forms, administration procedures, scoring rubrics, examples of student work, and technical quality data calculated from field testing. On-line rater training packets have also been created for some tasks.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.pals.sri.com/index.html
Learning Context: 1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 1
Cost: 1	Copyright: ©1999 SRI International, Center for Technology in Learning. All rights reserved. A detailed "Terms of Use" site is linked to the home page.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Michael	Demuth	N.		Environment Canada, National Hydrology Research Institute	demuthm@nhrisv.nhrc.sk.doe.ca	11 Innovation Boulevard	Saskatoon	Saskatchewan	S7N 3H5		306-975-5754	306-975-5143	Canada
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Title: Recent and Past-century Climate Variability and the Mass Change of Peyto Glacier, Canadian Rocky Mountains	Keywords: Cryology,Climatology,Hydrology	Description: This paper examines the structure and flux of the Peyto Glacier, looking at the changes in the glacier from 1966 to 1997 as it reflects long-term climate change. The authors discuss strong spatial and temporal coherence of anomalous patterns in the availability of seasonal snow and the mass balance of alpine glaciers and their relation to ocean-atmosphere phenomena. This correlation is significant to the development of more inclusive forecasting tools for use in water resource management under scenarios of climate variability. This on-lone version is a short note adpated from a longer research paper.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.msc-smc.ec.gc.ca/crysys/mike_demuth/demuth_crysys_peyto_mass.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16;17	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: adapted from: Demuth, M.N. and R. Keller 1997. An assessment of the mass balance of Peyto Glacier (1966-1995) and its relation to recent and past-century climatic variability. National Hydrology Research Institute Contribution Series CS-97007, 43p.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Michael	Pidwirny	J.	Dr	Okanagan University College, Department of Geography	mpidwirny@okanagan.bc.ca	3333 College Way	Kelowna	Brisitsh Columbia	V1V 1V7		250-762-5445 Ext. 7378		Canada
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Title: Fundamentals of Physical Geography	Keywords: Physical geography	Description: The Fundamentals of Physical Geography website is designed to be a free online textbook for University and College students studying introductory Physical Geography. Version 1.0 of Fundamentals of Physical Geography contains over three hundred pages of information and more than four hundred 2-D illustrations, photographs, and animated graphics. Besides having the traditional text and 2-D graphics, this information source also has a number of animated graphics, an interactive glossary of terms, a study guide, web pages with links to other Internet resources related to Physical Geography, and a search engine to find information on the Fundamentals of Physical Geography website. The current purpose of this work is to supplement the printed textbooks used in Universities and Colleges with an information source that is interactive and rich in multimedia. The comprehensive table of contents includes chapters on: Introduction to Physical Geography, Maps, Remote Sensing, and GIS, The Science of Physical Geography, Introduction to Systems Theory, The Universe, Earth, Natural Spheres, and GAIA, Energy and Matter, Introduction to Meteorology and Climatology, Introduction to Hydrology, Introduction to Biogeography and Ecology, Introduction to Geology, and Introduction to Geomorphology
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geog.ouc.bc.ca/physgeog/contents/home.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1996-2000 Michael J. Pidwirny. The Fundamentals of Physical Geography website is designed to be a FREE online textbook for University and College students studying introductory Physical Geography.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Kathryn	Ginger	M.	Ms	University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)/ DLESE Program Center (DPC)	ginger@ucar.edu	P.O. Box 3000	Boulder	CO	80307-3000	http://www.dlese.org	303-497-8341	303-497-8336	USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Greg	Byrd		Dr	University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)/ Cooperative Program for Operational Meteorology, Education and Training (COMET)	byrd@ucar.edu	P.O. Box 3000	Boulder	CO	80307-3000	http://www.comet.ucar.edu	303-497-8357	303-497-8491	USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)/ Cooperative Program for Operational Meteorology, Education and Training (COMET)	info@comet.ucar.edu	P.O. Box 3000	Boulder	CO	80307-3000	http://www.comet.ucar.edu	303-497-8470	303-497-8491	USA
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Title: Remote Sensing Using Satellites	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Technology	Description: This website was developed for undergraduate students enrolled in an introductory earth or atmospheric science course. It is designed to supplement lecture and textbooks. Its goal is to make you a better consumer of weather information by providing dynamic graphics, animations, and science content about remote sensing, visible and infrared satellite imagery, and hurricanes. As part of the module, you will apply what you've learned by exploring recent hurricanes through satellite imagery. When you have completed this module, you should be able to view satellite imagery in a typical weather forecast on TV or the Web and recognize the importance of some features.
Publication 4-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.comet.ucar.edu/nsflab/index.htm
Learning Context: 13;14;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: This Website was developed by the Cooperative Program for Operational Meteorology, Education and Training (COMET®) and the Program for the Advancement of Geoscience Education (PAGE) both of the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) under National Science Foundation (NSF) Cooperative Agreement No. ATM-9209181, Scientific Program Order (SPO) No. 10 and under the sponsorship of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Award Number NA67WD0097. Access to and use of the content on this Website shall impose the following obligations on the user. The user is granted the right, without any fee or cost, to access, link to and use, create derivative works, publish, distribute, disseminate, transfer, or in any manner alter, modify, revise, crop, copy (an unlimited number of times), edit, digitize, and authorize such uses for third parties for any non-profit training, research, or educational purpose whatsoever and not for any direct or indirect commercial purpose or advantage. The use
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of Rhode Island, Graduate School of Oceanography	datamaster@mail.po.gso.uri.edu	South Ferry Road	Narragansett	RI	02882-1197				USA
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Title: Sea Surface Temperature Satellite Image Archive	Keywords: Physical oceanography,Technology	Description: This site provides access to the University of Rhode Island, Graduate School of Oceanography's archive of sea surface temperature satellite images. Images are processed Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) data from NOAA (National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration) satellites. The archive contains in excess of 20,000 images from April 1979 to the present. New images are added to the archive daily at 10:30 GMT. During the first two years of the archive holdings, coverage is quite spotty, but subsequent years generally have several images for each day. These images clearly show the Gulf Stream as it heads up the Eastern North American coastline and out into the Atlantic Ocean. A lesson plan describing some of the uses and interpretation of the images is also included.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://rs.gso.uri.edu/avhrr-archive/archive.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16;17;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Blanche	Meeson	W.	Dr	National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA)/Goddard Space Flight Center/Earth Sciences Directorate/Scientific and Educational Endeavors	bmeeson@see.gsfc.nasa.gov		Greenbelt	MD	20771	http://see.gsfc.nasa.gov/index.html	301-614-5341	301-614-5620	USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Carla	Evans			National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA)/Goddard Space Flight Center, Raytheon ITSS	cevans@see.gsfc.nasa.gov	Mail Code 900	Greenbelt	MD	20771	http://see.gsfc.nasa.gov/index.html	301-614-5293	301-614-5268	USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Carla	Evans			National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA)/Goddard Space Flight Center, Raytheon ITSS	cevans@see.gsfc.nasa.gov	Mail Code 900	Greenbelt	MD	20771	http://see.gsfc.nasa.gov/index.html	301-614-5293	301-614-5268	USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA)/Goddard Space Flight Center/Earth Sciences Directorate/Scientific and Educational Endeavors	helpdesk@see.gsfc.nasa.gov	Mail Code 900	Greenbelt	MD	20771	http://see.gsfc.nasa.gov/index.html			USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Barbara	Gage		Dr	Prince George's Community College		301 Largo Road	Largo	MD	20774-2199				USA
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Title: Stratospheric Ozone	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Technology	Description: The goal of this NASA Earth Science Enterprise-funded project is to increase the use of satellite data in high school and college science classrooms by developing classroom materials linked to guided inquiry computer exercises. This Stratospheric Ozone module is one of four Studying Earth's Environment from Space (SEES) modules. Each module consists of three sections: Class Resources, Computer Lab Resources and a Glossary and Acronym List. Class Resources is an electronic textbook viewable by a Web browser. Computer Lab Resources contain an instructor's guide, data and software. The instructor's guide contains exercises for using the data and software. The public domain software, a version of NIH-Image for the Macintosh that was modified by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center especially for SEES, is for data display, analysis and tutorial of satellite data. The software will also work on Windows machines with a Mac emulator. Image2000, a cross-platform Java version of the software, is expected to be available by the end of the year 2000. Each module section can stand-alone (e.g. you don't have to use the Class Resources in order to complete the Computer Lab Resources). Students and instructors may continue their own scientific discovery by accessing archived and current data from various NASA Earth Science data centers.
Publication 8-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://see.gsfc.nasa.gov/education/SEES/strat/strat.htm
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 1
Cost: 1	Copyright: There are no copyright restrictions on any of the materials that appear in the modules. If you use any of these materials in publications, please acknowledge NASA as follows: NASA. Studying Earth's Environment From Space. June 2000. ( the date you accessed these materials) http://see.gsfc.nasa.gov/edu/SEES/.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Elizabeth	Smith	A.		Old Dominion University, Department of Ocean, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography	lizsmith@ccpo.odu.edu	Crittenton Hall, 768 West 52nd Street	Norfolk	VA	23529		757-683-5567		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Michael	Alfultus			United States Coast Guard Academy	MAlfultis@cga.uscg.mil	Science Department, 27 Mohegan Ave	New London	CT	06320-8101		860-444-8633		USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Barbara	Gage		Dr	Prince George's Community College		301 Largo Road	Largo	MD	20774-2199				USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Elizabeth	Smith	A.		Old Dominion University, Department of Ocean, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography	lizsmith@ccpo.odu.edu	Crittenton Hall, 768 West 52nd Street	Norfolk	VA	23529		757-683-5567		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA)/Goddard Space Flight Center/Earth Sciences Directorate/Scientific and Educational Endeavors	helpdesk@see.gsfc.nasa.gov		Greenbelt	MD	20771	http://see.gsfc.nasa.gov/index.html			USA
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Title: Polar Sea Ice Processes	Keywords: Cryology,Physical oceanography,Technology	Description: The goal of this NASA Earth Science Enterprise-funded project is to increase the use of satellite data in high school and college science classrooms by developing classroom materials linked to guided inquiry computer exercises. This Polar Sea Ice Processes module is one of four Studying Earth's Environment from Space (SEES) modules. Each module consists of three sections: Class Resources, Computer Lab Resources and a Glossary and Acronym List. Class Resources is an electronic lecture viewable by a Web browser. Computer Lab Resources contains an instructor's guide, data and software. The instructor's guide contains exercises for using the data and software. The public domain software, a version of NIH-Image for the Macintosh that was modified by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center especially for SEES, is for data display, analysis and tutorial of satellite data. The software will also work on Windows machines with a Mac emulator. Image2000, a cross-platform Java version of the software, is expected to be available by the end of the year 2000. Each module section can stand-alone (e.g. you don't have to use the Class Resources in order to complete the Computer Lab Resources). Students and instructors may continue their own scientific discovery by accessing archived and current data from various NASA Earth Science data centers.
Publication 9-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://see.gsfc.nasa.gov/education/SEES/polar/polar.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 1
Cost: 1	Copyright: There are no copyright restrictions on any of the materials that appear in the modules. If you use any of these materials in publications, please acknowledge NASA as follows: NASA. Studying Earth's Environment From Space. June 2000. ( the date you accessed these materials) http://see.gsfc.nasa.gov/edu/SEES/.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Elizabeth	Smith	A.		Old Dominion University, Department of Ocean, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography	lizsmith@ccpo.odu.edu	Crittenton Hall, 768 West 52nd Street	Norfolk	VA	23529		757-683-5567		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Michael	Alfultus			United States Coast Guard Academy	MAlfultis@cga.uscg.mil	Science Department, 27 Mohegan Ave	New London	CT	06320-8101		860-444-8633		USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Barbara	Gage		Dr	Prince George's Community College		301 Largo Road	Largo	MD	20774-2199				USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Elizabeth	Smith	A.		Old Dominion University, Department of Ocean, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography	lizsmith@ccpo.odu.edu	Crittenton Hall, 768 West 52nd Street	Norfolk	VA	23529		757-683-5567		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA)/Goddard Space Flight Center/Earth Sciences Directorate/Scientific and Educational Endeavors	helpdesk@see.gsfc.nasa.gov		Greenbelt	MD	20771	http://see.gsfc.nasa.gov/index.html			USA
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Title: Oceanography	Keywords: Physical oceanography,Technology	Description: The goal of this NASA Earth Science Enterprise-funded project is to increase the use of satellite data in high school and college science classrooms by developing classroom materials linked to guided inquiry computer exercises. This Oceanography module is one of four Studying Earth's Environment from Space (SEES) modules. Each module consists of three sections: Class Resources, Computer Lab Resources and a Glossary and Acronym List. Class Resources is an electronic lecture viewable by a Web browser. Computer Lab Resources contains an instructor's guide, data and software. The instructor's guide contains exercises for using the data and software. The public domain software, a version of NIH-Image for the Macintosh that was modified by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center especially for SEES, is for data display, analysis and tutorial of satellite data. The software will also work on Windows machines with a Mac emulator. Image2000, a cross-platform Java version of the software, is expected to be available by the end of the year 2000. Each module section can stand-alone (e.g. you don't have to use the Class Resources in order to complete the Computer Lab Resources). Students and instructors may continue their own scientific discovery by accessing archived and current data from various NASA Earth Science data centers.
Publication 9-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://see.gsfc.nasa.gov/education/SEES/ocean/ocean.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 1
Cost: 1	Copyright: There are no copyright restrictions on any of the materials that appear in the modules. If you use any of these materials in publications, please acknowledge NASA as follows: NASA. Studying Earth's Environment From Space. June 2000. ( the date you accessed these materials) http://see.gsfc.nasa.gov/edu/SEES/.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Blanche	Meeson	W.	Dr	National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA)/Goddard Space Flight Center/Earth Sciences Directorate/Scientific and Educational Endeavors	bmeeson@see.gsfc.nasa.gov		Greenbelt	MD	20771	http://see.gsfc.nasa.gov/index.html	301-614-5341	301-614-5620	USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Carla	Evans			National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA)/Goddard Space Flight Center, Raytheon ITSS	cevans@see.gsfc.nasa.gov	Mail Code 900	Greenbelt	MD	20771	http://see.gsfc.nasa.gov/index.html	301-614-5293	301-614-5268	USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Barbara	Gage		Dr	Prince George's Community College		301 Largo Road	Largo	MD	20774-2199				USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Carla	Evans			National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA)/Goddard Space Flight Center, Raytheon ITSS	cevans@see.gsfc.nasa.gov	Mail Code 900	Greenbelt	MD	20771	http://see.gsfc.nasa.gov/index.html	301-614-5293	301-614-5268	USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA)/Goddard Space Flight Center/Earth Sciences Directorate/Scientific and Educational Endeavors	helpdesk@see.gsfc.nasa.gov	Mail Code 900	Greenbelt	MD	20771	http://see.gsfc.nasa.gov/index.html			USA
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Title: Global Land Vegetation	Keywords: Ecology,Technology	Description: The goal of this NASA Earth Science Enterprise-funded project is to increase the use of satellite data in high school and college science classrooms by developing classroom materials linked to guided inquiry computer exercises. This Global Land Vegetation module is one of four Studying Earth's Environment from Space (SEES) modules. Each module consists of three sections: Class Resources, Computer Lab Resources and a Glossary and Acronym List. Class Resources is an electronic textbook viewable by a Web browser. Computer Lab Resources contains an instructor's guide, data and software. The instructor's guide contains exercises for using the data and software. The public domain software, a version of NIH-Image for the Macintosh that was modified by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center especially for SEES, is for data display, analysis and tutorial of satellite data. The software will also work on Windows machines with a Mac emulator. Image2000, a cross-platform Java version of the software, is expected to be available by the end of the year 2000. Each module section can stand-alone (e.g. you don't have to use the Class Resources in order to complete the Computer Lab Resources). Students and instructors may continue their own scientific discovery by accessing archived and current data from various NASA Earth Science data centers.
Publication 8-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://see.gsfc.nasa.gov/education/SEES/globa/global.htm
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 1
Cost: 1	Copyright: There are no copyright restrictions on any of the materials that appear in the modules. If you use any of these materials in publications, please acknowledge NASA as follows: NASA. Studying Earth's Environment From Space. June 2000. (the date you accessed these materials) http://see.gsfc.nasa.gov/edu/SEES/.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Aeronautics and Space Administration; Office of Human Resources and Education, Education Division; Office of Space Science, Astrophysics Division	fwild@hq.nasa.gov		Washington	D.C.	20024				USA
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Title: Space Based Astronomy: Teacher's Guide with Activities	Keywords: Space science	Description: This curriculum guide uses hands-on activities to help students and teachers understand the significance of space-based astronomy - astronomical observations made from outer space. It is not intended to serve as a curriculum. Instead, teachers should select activities from this guide to support and extend existing study. The guide tells the story of why it is important to observe celestial objects from outer space and how to study the entire electromagnetic spectrum. The guide begins with a survey of astronomy-related spacecraft NASA has sent into outer space. This is followed by a collection of activities organized into four units: The Atmospheric Filter, The Electromagnetic Spectrum, Collecting Electromagnetic Radiation, and Down to Earth. A curriculum matrix identifies the curriculum areas each activitiy addresses. Following the activities is information for obtaining a 35 mm slide set with descriptions showing current results from NASA spacecraft such as the Hubble Space Telescope, Compton Gamma Ray Observatory, and the Cosmic Bakground Explorer. The guide concludes with a glossary, reference list, and a NASA Resources list.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://spacelink.nasa.gov/Instructional.Materials/NASA.Educational.Products/Space.Based.Astronomy/
Learning Context: 7;8;4;5;6	Intended End User Role: 1
Cost: 1	Copyright: This publication is in the Public Domain and is not protected by copyright. Permission is not required for duplication. EG-102 August 1994
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): David	Seal	A.		Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) / National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA)	seal@samadhi.jpl.nasa.gov	California Institute of Technology, 4800 Oak Grove Drive	Pasadena	CA	91109	http://www.jpl.nasa.gov			USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): David	Seal	A.		Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) / National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA)	seal@samadhi.jpl.nasa.gov	California Institute of Technology, 4800 Oak Grove Drive	Pasadena	CA	91109	http://www.jpl.nasa.gov			USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) / National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA)	feedback@www.jpl.nasa.gov	California Institute of Technology, 4800 Oak Grove Drive	Pasadena	CA	91109	http://www.jpl.nasa.gov			USA
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Title: Solar System Simulator	Keywords: Space science	Description: This site renders images of celestial bodies within our solar system. The simulator software looks up the positions of the Sun, planets and satellites from ephemeris files developed at the Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL), as well as star positions and colors from a variety of stellar databases, and uses special-purpose renderers to draw a color scene. Texture maps for each of the planets and physical models for planetary rings have been derived (in most cases) from scientific data collected by various JPL spacecraft. Users can then request a rendered image of any celestial body from any other celestial body on the date of your choice (1600 to 2300). Users specify date and time, field of view, and whether orbits and constellation lines are to be depicted. Archived images (both rendered and acutal) are available, as are simulated views from Cassini and Galilleo, and locations of current comets.
Publication 8-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://space.jpl.nasa.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) images may be used in the preparation of course or instructional materials by teachers or students which are clearly not for profit. Express permission for such use is not required. The following credit line is required: "Courtesy Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Copyright (c) California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA. All rights reserved. Based on government-sponsored research under contract NAS7-1407." Thus images can be saved to disk.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Columbia University, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences		560 Schermerhorn	New York	NY	10027	http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/dees/			USA
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Title: The Climate System	Keywords: Climatology	Description: The Climate System is a part of The Earth System course series (TESY) developed by Columbia University and Barnard College. It provides an integrated view of the climate component of the Earth system. Topics covered include origin and development of the atmosphere and oceans, formation of winds, storms and ocean currents, reasons for changes through geologic time, recent influence of human activity, i.e. the ozone hole, global warming, acid rain, water pollution, and laboratory exploration of topics through demonstrations, experimentation, computer data analysis and modeling.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://rainbow.ldgo.columbia.edu/ees/climate/index.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 1
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information Is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Paul	Olsen			Columbia University, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences	polsen@ldeo.columbia.edu	558 Schermerhorn	New York	NY	10027	http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/dees/			USA
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Title: The Life System and Environmental and Evolutionary Biology II	Keywords: Biology	Description: The "Life System" is a component of the course series (TESY) developed by Columbia University and Barnard College, providing an integrated view of the biological component of the Earth system. It emphasizes the history of life, biogeochemical cycles, biodiversity, evolution, ecology, and physiology at the microbe to global scale. It also stresses the biotic systems, in contrast to the physical systems, as maintaining the non-equilibrium state of the Earth's surface. The course is divided into three parts. Part 1 is entitled Entities, Cycles, and History; and covers the nature of individuals, species, evolution of the long-term Carbon cycle, and the history of life. Part 2 is entitled Mechanisms of Evolution and Ecology, and covers the origin of species and diversity by natural selection, and interactions that shape the abundance, distribution, and conservation of organisms. Part 3 is entitled Physiology at Different Scales, and focuses on the flow of materials and energy within and between organisms and their environments, from microbes to the biosphere. The labs focus on the Earth system elements, and are intended to be a very substantial part of the course in which students gain experience with working with parts of the Biosphere. Students will work with mathematical models and on-line data streams complementing the more traditional descriptive aspects of working with living and fossil biological systems. Students also gain experience with different methods of approaching biological systems such as physiological analysis and systematics and ecological methods.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/dees/ees/life/index.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 1
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information Is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Columbia University, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences		560 Schermerhorn	New York	NY	10027	http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/dees/			USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Kim	Kastens		Dr	Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory	kastens@ldeo.columbia.edu	Rt 9W	Palisades	NY	10964				USA
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Title: The Solid Earth System	Keywords: Geology	Description: The Solid Earth System is a part of The Earth System course series (TESY) developed by Columbia University and Barnard College. It provides an integrated view of the lithospheric component of the Earth system. Topics covered include: plate tectonics, e.g. the origin and development of continents, ocean basins, mountain systems on land and sea; earthquakes, landslides, volcanoes, diamonds, oil; land-use planning for resource development and conservation.; laboratory exploration of topics through demonstrations, experimentation, computer data analysis and modeling. Several stand-alone CD's are used in this course, including the Ocean Drilling Program's " From Mountains to Monsoons", UC Santa Barbara's" Exploring the Deep", and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting's "Planet Earth: Sea Floor Spreading" and "Planet Earth: Radioactive Age Dating".
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://rainbow.ldgo.columbia.edu/ees/lithosphere/index.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 1
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information Is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Ben	van der Pluijm		Profssor	University of Michigan, Department of Geological Sciences, The Global Change Project	globalchange@umich.edu	2534 C.C. Little Building	Ann Arbor	MI	48109				USA
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Title: Global Change Project	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology	Description: The Global Change Project is an undergraduate program at the University of Michigan. It is a three course interdisciplinary sequence focusing on Physical Processes, Human Impacts, and Case Studies. These courses form the core of a Global Change Academic Minor for students who want to understand the historical and modern aspects of global change. Resources in the courses include lectures, labs, course syllabi, movie clips, a formative assessment instrument for the class, references, links to related sites, and access to the Global Change Digital Library.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.sprl.umich.edu/GCL/index.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Gary	Novak	A.	Dr	Geology Labs On-Line	gnovak@calstatela.edu	California State University, Department of Geological Sciences	Los Angeles	CA	90032-8201				USA
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Title: Virtual Dating	Keywords: Geologic time	Description: This is an interactive exercise about Geologic Time. It focuses on how geologists and archaeologists determine the ages of rocks and ancient artifacts. This is a beta release of an instructional activity still under development. Virtual Dating contains two modules as well as a demonstration version. One module is Virtual Dating Isochron for rocks and minerals and the other is Virtual Dating Radiocarbon (Carbon-14). The interactive modules involve the students in exploring data and background information and answering questions as they move through the activity. An answer checking and feedback function is employed. There is also a Virtual Dating Demo if you want to do a quick run-through of the activity without answer checking enabled.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://cdl-flylab.sonoma.edu/VirtualDating/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1998, 1999 Geology Labs On-line
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Gary	Novak	A.	Dr	Geology Labs On-Line	gnovak@calstatela.edu	California State University, Department of Geological Sciences	Los Angeles	CA	90032-8201				USA
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Title: Virtual River	Keywords: Hydrology	Description: This site has two interactive exercises designed to help students learn about river processes like discharge, flooding, and flood frequency. Each activity requires you to make careful observations and measurements, do simple calculations, and answer questions about your work. An interactive feedback and answer checking function is employed as one moves through the activities. A "Certificate of Completion" is available at the end of each activity.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://vcourseware.calstatela.edu/VirtualRiver/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 2000 Geology Labs On-line
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Gary	Novak	A.	Dr	Geology Labs On-Line	gnovak@calstatela.edu	Department of Geological Sciences California State University	Los Angeles	CA	90032-8201				USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Gary	Novak	A.	Dr	Geology Labs On-Line	gnovak@calstatela.edu	Department of Geological Sciences California State University	Los Angeles	CA	90032-8201	/			USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Geology Labs On-Line	gnovak@calstatela.edu	Department of Geological Sciences California State University	Los Angeles	CA	90032-8201	/			USA
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Title: Virtual Earthquake	Keywords: Geophysics	Description: Virtual Earthquake is an interactive web-based program designed to introduce the concepts of how an earthquake epicenter is located and how the Richter magnitude of an earthquake is determined. Virtual Earthquake shows the recordings of an earthquake's seismic waves detected by instruments far away from the earthquake. The instrument recording the seismic waves is called a seismograph and the recording is a seismogram. The point of origin of an earthquake is called its focus and the point on the earth's surface directly above the focus is the epicenter. You are to locate the epicenter of an earthquake by making simple measurements on three seismograms that are generated by the Virtual Earthquake program. Additionally, you will be required to determine the Richter Magnitude of that quake from the same recordings. Richter Magnitude is an estimate of the amount of energy released during an earthquake.
Publication 9-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://vcourseware.calstatela.edu/VirtualEarthquake/VQuakeIntro.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 3	Copyright: Copyright © 1996, 1999 Geology Labs On-Line. This work was supported in part by grants from the US National Science Foundation. All opinions expressed are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the NSF.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of North Dakota			Grand Forks	ND	58202				USA
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Title: VolcanoWorld Online	Keywords: Geology	Description: The goal of this site is to provide an educational experience about volcanoes, using online resources. A series of lessons are the heart of VolcanoWorld Online. They were designed specifically for interaction via the WWW, Internet and email. The lessons are sequential and designed to cover introductory volcano topics. They are designed to take from 50-60 minutes. The Eruption Simulation is designed to take about 20 minutes per day for a minimum of 10 class days. Altogether the Online experience could be done in 3 weeks, enthusiasm and participation may dictate as much as a full trimester or semester. The lessons are classroom ready, with minimal equipment required from the classroom, and all handouts, maps, pictures, movies and research sites are linked to the lesson.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://volcano.und.nodak.edu/vwdocs/Online/index.html
Learning Context: 7;8;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 1
Cost: 1	Copyright: VW Online is free and available to all.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				NOAA Home Page Design and Construction Company									
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Title: International Year of the Ocean - Kids' and Teachers' Corner (Cataloger enhanced)	Keywords: Biological oceanography,Biology	Description: This site is a collection of resources for students and teachers, compiled for the 1998 International Year of the Ocean celebration. A variety of links provide access to activities, books and fact sheets providing information on marine debris, Northwest salmon, endangered whales, seals and sea lions, the Pacific Coral reef, habitat protection, and the Adopt-a-Buoy program.
Publication 11-2000
Format: 65	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.yoto98.noaa.gov/kids.htm
Learning Context: 1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 2
Cost: 3	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): R. Webster	West		Dr	University of South Carolina, Department of Statistics	west@stat.sc.edu		Columbia	SC					
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Title: Histogram Applet	Keywords: Mathematics	Description: This applet is designed to teach students how bin widths (or the number of bins) affect a histogram. Data used are observations of the duration (in minutes) for eruptions of the Old Faithful geyser in Yellowstone National Park. Students can interactively change the bin width by dragging the arrow underneath the bin width scale. For large bin widths, the bimodal nature of the dataset is hidden, and for small bin widths the plot reduces to a spike at each data point. Students are asked "What bin width do you think provides the best picture of the underlying data?" Code for employing this technique with other datasets is supplied.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.stat.sc.edu/~west/javahtml/Histogram.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Theresa	Schwerin	G.	Ms	Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)	theresa_schwerin@strategies.org	1600 Wilson Blvd., Suite 901	Arlington	VA	22209	http://www.strategies.org	703-312-0825	703-312-8657	
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Title: teachearth.com	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Biological oceanography,Chemical oceanography,Cryology,Climatology,Geology,Hydrology,Physical oceanography	Description: Teachearth.com provides access to a vast amount of resources for teaching and learning about Earth system science. K-12 teachers can quickly locate classroom activities through a Teachers' Web Express. Search databases include: Resources, (CD-ROMs, teachers' guides, posters, slides, etc.); Programs; (teacher workshops, fellowships, curriculum development projects, research projects, and an online calendar of upcoming conferences, workshops, and other educational events); and State Resources, (information about each state's Earth science experts, resources, and special programs.)
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://teachearth.com/
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 2000 Institute for Global Environmental Strategies. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Thomas	Boyd	M	Dr	Colorado School of Mines, Department of Geophysics	tboyd@mines.edu		Golden	CO	80401	http://www.mines.edu/fs_home/tboyd/GP311/introgp.shtml	303-273-3522	303-273-3478	
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Title: Gravity Anomaly Over a Tunnel	Keywords: Geophysics	Description: This Java script will produce synethic gravity anomalies over a buried tunnel. The script is part of an activity that involves designing a gravity survey for a housing development in the vicinity of an historical mine site. Variable parameters include the depth, radius and density contrast of the tunnel, as well as gravity survey variables such as spacing between readings, the number of readings, and expected standard deviation of observed gravity readings
Publication 8-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.mines.edu/fs_home/tboyd/GP311/MODULES/GRAV/DESIGN/GravityForwardJava.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright (c) Thomas M. Boyd, 1996 - 1999 All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Glenn	Richard	A		State University of New York, Mineral Physics Institute	Glenn.Richard@sunysb.edu	107 Earth and Space Sciences Building	Stony Brook	NY	11794-2100	http://www.journey.sunysb.edu/ProjectJava/	631-632-8336		USA
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Title: Radioactive Decay	Keywords: Geochemistry,Geologic time,Geology	Description: This applet simulates the decay process for four different radioactive decay series in real time (Th232, Pu241, U238, and U235). The simulation can be run in the "animate" mode which automatically picks the time step for the decay process, or it can be run with a user-defined time step. A bar graph depicting the primary elements in the decay series and their relative abundances at each time step illustrates the decay process. Users can stop the decay process at any chosen time to view an Activity Log, which tracks the abundance of series elements according to time passed. A graph plotting neutron # versus atomic # shows the individual decay mode steps from the initial parent to final daughter element.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.mines.utah.edu/~ggapps/radiation/radiation.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Collin	Reeves		Mr	ITC	reeves@itc.nl					http://kartoweb.itc.nl/gondwana/page1.html			
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Title: An Animated History of the Indian Ocean	Keywords: Geologic time,Geophysics,Structural geology	Description: This animation is one result of a determined effort to use new information to better constrain the history of continental dispersal and create a more accurate geological map of reassembled Gondwana. All the continental movements are shown relative to a number of hotspots, the position of which is held fixed with respect to the earth's rotation axis. This gives results that agree overall with paleomagnetic and paleoclimatic information for the period.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://kartoweb.itc.nl/gondwana/index.asp
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Glenn	Richard	A	Dr	State University of New York at Stony Brook	Glenn.Richard@sunysb.edu		New York	NY		http://www.journey.sunysb.edu/ProjectJava/			
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Title: Plate Tectonics - Rotate Africa Back to South America Through the Past 135 Million Years	Keywords: Structural geology	Description: The South American and African plates began to separate from one another about 135 million years ago during the break up of the Gondwanaland supercontinent. Since then, these plates have spread apart due to the formation of new oceanic crust at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. The object of this exercise is to determine the pole of rotation that allows Africa to rotate back to South America. In this applet, students input latitude, longitude, and angle of rotation and can observe the resulting plate movements.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.mines.utah.edu/~ggapps/plate/plate.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Peter	Brueggeman			Scripps Institution of Oceanography Library	pbrueggteman@ucsd.edu	9500 Gilman Drive, Dept 0219	La Jolla	CA	92093		858-534-1230		
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Title: Tides and Tide Prediction	Keywords: Physical oceanography	Description: This tide and tide prediction resource directory links to online tide predictors, tide observations/sea level measurements, tide prediction software you install to generate tide predictions on demand, and general information on tides and tide prediction.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://scilib.ucsd.edu/sio/tide/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © Peter Brueggeman.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, Aviation Digital Data Service	webadds@awc.kc.noaa.gov								
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Title: Aviation Digital Data Service	Keywords: Atmospheric science	Description: This is the home page for the Aviation Digital Data Service. The Aviation Digital Data Service (ADDS) makes available to the aviation community digital and graphical analyses, forecasts and observations of meteorological variables in the United States. Analyses, forecasts, and observations are available for turbulence, icing, convection, wind speed, and temperature. You can even select the altitude of interest. Satellite and radar images are also available. Java tools to help with the analysis of the maps provided are available for download. Developed as the data distribution component of the Aviation Gridded Forecast System (AGFS), ADDS is a joint effort of NOAA Forecast Systems Laboratory (FSL), NCAR Research Applications Program (RAP), and the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) Aviation Weather Center (AWC).
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://adds.awc-kc.noaa.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The information on government servers are in the public domain, unless specifically annotated otherwise, and may be used freely by the public. Before using information obtained from this server special attention should be given to the date & time of the data and products being displayed. This information shall not be modified in content and then presented as official government material. The user assumes the entire risk related to its use of this data. Third parties producing copyrighted works consisting predominantly of the material appearing in NWS Web pages must provide notice with such work(s) identifying the NWS material incorporated and stating that such material is not subject to copyright protection.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Bruce	Herbert		Dr	Texas A and M University, Geology and Geophysics	herbert@geopsun.tamu.edu		College Station	TX	78721				
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Title: Big Bend National Park: Virtual Field Trip	Keywords: Geology	Description: Big Bend National Park Virtual Field Trip is designed to be a guide to the geological history and features of the Big Bend National Park area. It was created as an independent study project for the Texas A&M University Department of Geology under the supervision of Dr. Bruce Herbert. The field trip explores igneous, sedimentary, metamorphic and structural processes in general as well as using specific examples from the park. The sit also includes a virtual hike of the Lost Mine Trail, and additional links to park information.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.maroon.com/bigbend/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				State University of New York at Buffalo, Department of Geology		876 Natural Science Complex	Buffalo	NY	14260		716-645-6800		
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Title: Topography	Keywords: 	Description: The Topographic Maps Module discusses topics such as orienteering, satellite photos and aerial imagery, scale, location, symbols, and contours. It includes an interactive exercise in orienteering, and is an excellent introduction to topographic maps for undergraduates.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://wings.buffalo.edu/academic/department/geology/gerp/topography.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Steven	Richardson	M		Iowa State University	stevenr@iastate.edu		Ames	IA					
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Title: Illustrated Glossary of Geologic Terms	Keywords: Geology	Description: This glossary of geologic terms is based on the glossary in Earth: An Introduction to Geologic Change, by S. Judson and S.M. Richardson (Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice Hall, 1995). Where possible, definitions conform generally, and in some cases specifically, to definitions given in Robert L Bates and Julia A Jackson (editors), Glossary of Geology, 3rd ed., American Geological Institute, Alexandria, Virginia, 1987.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geology.iastate.edu/new_100/gloss.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Posted or printed copies of this glossary must give appropriate credit to Iowa State University and to the author, Steven M. Richardson. Iowa State University and the author will bear no responsibility for the accuracy or quality of versions of the glossary other than the original, which is posted at http://www.geology.iastate.edu/new_100/glossary.v2.html
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): James	Myers		Dr	University of Wyoming, Department of Geology and Geophysics	magma@uwyo.edu		Laramie	WY					
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Title: The Aleutian Arc Data System	Keywords: Geology,Mineralogy or petrology,Structural geology	Description: The Aleutian Arc Data System is an interactive database providing access to chemical, petrographic and spatial data concerning the geology of the Aleutian islands. A summary of physical characteristics and an overview of exploration history is provided for each island. Links are also provided that show the samples collected from the island and the island's geochemistry, including searches for major, trace, and rare earth elements, and isotopic results.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.gg.uwyo.edu/aleutians/
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1999 by J. D. Myers and T.J McElfresh
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Warren	Huff		Dr	University of Cincinnati, Department of Geology	warren.huff@UC.EDU	500 Geology/Physics Building	Cincinnati	OH	45221-0013				
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Title: Landslides	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: Landslides and mass movements involve the downslope movement of rock and/or soil and other surficial materials under the influence of gravity. This exercise has three sections, each involving a particular instance or principle of rapid slope failure. Each section is self-contained and includes questions or exercises. The first two are case studies, and the third is a theoretical exercise that is entitled "Computing the landslide safety factor".
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://ucaswww.mcm.uc.edu/geology/huff/landslides/landslides.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				State University of New York at Buffalo, Department of Geology		876 Natural Science Complex	Buffalo	NY	14260		716-645-6800		
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Title: Interactive Models for Geological Education Online	Keywords: ,Geology	Description: This site provides interactive computer models to aid in undergraduate geological education. These modules contain extensive visual material of geologic phenomena, interactive computer models of significant physical principles, video and audio segments of geologic processes and simulation models of complex geologic problems. These simulation techniques take into consideration the interaction of social as well as scientific input into a problem. The topics of the laboratories include field measurements of a stream profile and the water velocity, water sampling and laboratory measurements of aspects of water chemistry and water-rock interaction, flooding, ground water flow, topography, erosion, mass-wasting, volcanoes, earthquakes, and Earth resources and population. Although the topics are mostly standard for introductory geology and environmental geology, the new approach involves the use of interactive educational modules via the World Wide Web.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://wings.buffalo.edu/academic/department/geology/gerp/gerp.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of California, Seismological Laboratory	www@quake.geo.berkeley.edu	215 McCone Hall	Berkeley	CA	94720-3977		(510) 642-3977	(510) 643-5811	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U. S. Geological Survey		345 Middlefield Rd.	Menlo Park	CA	94035		(650) 329-4668	(650) 329-5617	
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Title: Northern California Earthquake Data Center (NCEDC)	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: This is the home page of the Northern California Earthquake Data Center (NCEDC) which is a joint project of the University of California Berkeley Seismological Laboratory and the U. S. Geological Survey at Menlo Park. The NCEDC is an archive for seismological and geodetic data for Northern and Central California. Accessible through this page are news items, recent earthquake information, links to earthquake catalogs, seismic waveform data sets, and Global Positioning System information. Most data sets are accessible for downloading via ftp.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://quake.geo.berkeley.edu/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: When you use data from the NCEDC, you should provide an acknowledgement of the data source.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				State University of New York at Buffalo, Department of Geology		876 Natural Science Complex	Buffalo	NY	14260		716-645-6800		
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Title: Eruption!	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: Eruption! is a volcanic crisis simulation model that showcases a series of villages that surround an active volcano that is part of the Interactive Models for Geological Education Online (IMGEO) series. The goal of the exercise is to preserve as many people and as much property as possible in spite of the threat from the volcano. Students role-play as either villagers, the governor, volcanologists, or the press. Guides for teaching assistants and students, and the rules of the simulation are available on the site. Three different versions are downloadable, for different hardware and classroom situations ( e.g. one computer per student, one computer and multiple students, and a networked enviornment). The activites in each are modified slightly to reflect the level of computer access for the student.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://wings.buffalo.edu/academic/department/geology/gerp/eruption.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Marcus	Busik	A		State University of New York at Buffalo, Department of Geology	mib@geology.buffalo.edu		Buffalo	NY					
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Title: Groundwater	Keywords: Geology,Hydrology	Description: The Groundwater Module discusses topics such as the location of groundwater, the conductivity of geologic materials, well testing, and groundwater contamination. It includes numerous interactive exercises and experiments, including the measurement of porosity, experimentation using Darcy's Law, well testing using the Theis method, plume of pollution, groundwater velocity, and many other skills and techniques including data aquisition and analysis. It is a self-explanatory module which guides students through its various sections as they go.
Publication 3-2002
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://wings.buffalo.edu/academic/department/geology/gerp/groundwater.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Marcus	Busik	A		State University of New York at Buffalo, Department of Geology	mib@geology.buffalo.edu	Department of Geology	Buffalo	NY					
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Title: Mass Wasting	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This module on mass wasting is divided into three sections: Mass Wasting Processes (including weathering, decomposition, flows, rockfalls and creep); Slides and Slumps (force vectors, shear stress and safety), and Hazard Maps (risk assessment). This is a set of downloadable computer activities that is part of the Interactive Models for Geological Education Online (IMGEO) series.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://wings.buffalo.edu/academic/department/geology/gerp/masswasting.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				State University of New York at Buffalo, Department of Geology		876 Natural Science Complex	Buffalo	NY	14260		716-645-6800		
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Title: Earthquakes	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This is a computer-based interactive module on earthquakes that is part of the Interactive Models for Geological Education Online (IMGEO) series. One section covers "Technical Aspects and Exercises", which includes both informational material and interactive exercises on faults, seismicity, epicenters, and the Earth's interior. A second section addresses "Earthquake Hazards and Damages" and includes statistics of earthquakes, information on earthquake hazards, and pictures of historical destruction by earthquakes.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://wings.buffalo.edu/academic/department/geology/gerp/earthquakes.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Tanya	Atwater		Dr	University of California at Santa Barbara, Department of Geological Sciences	atwater@geology.ucsb.edu	Webb Hall 1117	Santa Barbara	CA					
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Title: An Animated Tectonic History of Western North America and Southern California	Keywords: Geology,Structural geology	Description: Professor Tanya Atwater began these animations as a project for the Smithsonian Museum and for public education. As they evolved, the animations developed into a powerful research visualization tool used by geoscientists across the nation. Professor Atwater is now releasing these animations over the Web for general use. This page contains the first image of each animation. The movie previews contain a small version of each animation along with an extended description. Two larger versions of each movie, plus an accompanying narrative text are available for free on the download page. Animation files include: the Pacific Hemisphere, 85 Ma to Present; two versions of N.E. Pacific and W. North America, 38 Ma to Present; and Southern California, 20 Ma to Present.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geol.ucsb.edu/~atwater/Animations/Animations-FR.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Professor Atwater is now releasing these animations over the Web for general use.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Marcus	Busik	A		State University of New York at Buffalo, Department of Geology	mib@geology.buffalo.edu	Department of Geology	Bufflao	NY					
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Title: Volcanoes	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This computer-based interactive module discusses types of volcanoes, products of volcanoes, and hazards of volcanoes. It can be used with a related eruption crisis model game to provide a comprehensive introduction to volcanoes and their activity. It is part of the Interactive Models for Geological Education Online (IMGEO) series.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://wings.buffalo.edu/academic/department/geology/gerp/volcanoes.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): John	Walker			Index Librorium Liberorum									Switzerland
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Title: Earth and Moon Viewer	Keywords: Space science	Description: At this site you can view either a map of the Earth showing the day and night regions at this moment, or view the Earth from the Sun, the Moon, the night side of the Earth, above any location on the planet specified by latitude, longitude and altitude, from a satellite in Earth orbit, or above various cities around the globe. Images can be generated based on a full-colour image of the Earth by day and night, a topographical map of the Earth, up-to-date weather satellite imagery, or a composite image of cloud cover superimposed on a map of the Earth, or a colour composite which shows clouds, land and sea temperatures, and ice. In addition to the Earth, you can also view the Moon from the Earth, Sun, night side, above named formations on the lunar surface or as a map showing day and night. A related document compares the appearance of the Moon at perigee and apogee, including an interactive Perigee and Apogee Calculator.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.fourmilab.ch/earthview/vplanet.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: A variety of sources contributed to the creation of this site. 1. Satellite data provided by The Living Earth® Inc./Earth Imaging© 1996, All Rights Reserved. 2. The satellite tracking code is based upon the N3EMO Orbit Simulator: N3EMO Orbit Simulator routines v3.7Copyright © 1986,1987,1988,1989,1990 Robert W. Berger N3EMO. May be freely distributed, provided this notice remains intact.3. The pbmplus toolkit, Copyright © 1989 by Jef Poskanzer.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Eric	Christiansen	H		Bringham Young University, Department	eric_christiansen@byu.edu	Department of Geology	Provo	UT	84602	http://geologyindy.byu.edu/faculty/ehc/	801-378-2113		
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Title: Petroglyph	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: Petroglyph is an interactive program designed to simulate a petrographic microscope. Petroglyph is designed so students can independently explore a series of thin sections, amplifying a laboratory instructor's effectiveness. The program contains a database of petrographic thin sections which can be viewed by different microscopic methods. Three modes of study are available. In the Explore mode, a student uses a mouse to point to a mineral and its name is given; in the Query mode, the student must identify the grain (hints are provided; point counting can be done in this mode); and the Quiz mode creates graded quizzes that provide no hints. The downloadable demonstration version of Petroglyph contains a thin section of an amphibolite for the Explore and Query modes. The demo version also contains a representative quiz of a clastic wacke.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://geologyindy.byu.edu/Petroglyph/default.htm
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Institute of Physics Publishing	info@ioppubusa.com	The Public Ledger Building, Suite 1035, 150 South Independence Mall West	Philadelphia	PA	19106				USA
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Title: The Virtual Laboratory	Keywords: Geology,Geophysics,Physics	Description: This site hosts a list of over 100 physics related Java Applets available on the Net. It also offers subscription to a Java/Physics listserv that is devoted to discussions on the development and use of Java in physics education and research.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://physicsweb.org/TIPTOP/VLAB/
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1994-2000 IOP Publishing Ltd. All Rights Reserved
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U. S. Geological Survey		345 Middlefield Rd.	Menlo Park	CA	94035		(650) 329-4668	(650) 329-5617	USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of California Berkeley Seismological Laboratory		202 McCone Hall	Berkeley	CA	94720-4760		510-642-3977	-510-643-5811	USA
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Title: Recent Earthquakes in California and Nevada: San Francisco Special Map	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: This site offers a map of earthquake locations in the San Francisco, California, area for the last week, day and hour. Data are provided by the U. S. Geological Survey - University of California at Berkeley seismic net. Earthquake data are updated within five minutes of an actual event or, otherwise, once an hour. By clicking on individual earthquake locations, the user can obtain details on magnitude, hypocenter, time and location.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://quake.usgs.gov/recenteqs/Maps/San_Francisco.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The pages on this site are the product of the United States Federal Government and are not subject to copyright. Therefore, no further permission is required to copy these pages, print them out, reuse them, distribute them, or provide links to them. We do request that proper credit be given to the USGS as the source of the information
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U. S. Geological Survey		345 Middlefield Rd	Menlo Park	CA	94035		650-329-4668	650-329-5163	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				California Institute of Technology, Seismological Laboratory		1200 East California Blvd	Pasadena	CA	91125		626-395-6811		
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Title: Recent Earthquakes in California and Nevada; Los Angeles Special Map	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: This map of the Los Angeles, California area displays earthquake locations for the latest week, day, and hour. The user can click on map symbols and get information on time, date, magnitude, location, and depth. Earthquake information is updated within 5 minutes of an actual event or otherwise once an hour. The information is from the U. S. Geological Survey-Caltech Seismic Net.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://quake.usgs.gov/recenteqs/Maps/Los_Angeles.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The pages on this site are the product of the United States Federal Government and are not subject to copyright. Therefore, no further permission is required to copy these pages, print them out, reuse them, distribute them, or provide links to them. We do request that proper credit be given to the USGS as the source of the information.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): Don	Weiss			EcoTopia/USA	henro@sequoia.pacweb.com								
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Title: Ecology Hall of Fame	Keywords: Ecology,Environmental science	Description: This web site honors the heroes of the environmental movement, the individuals who have had the greatest positive impact. The Ecology Hall of Fame includes people under three categories, General, Living Legends, and Martyrs. Essays, reprints, biographies, and bibliographies are included for the honorees. The Ecology Hall of Fame is a project of EcoTopia/USA (United Services Agency), a California non-profit corporation dedicated to promoting ecological thinking and ecological behavior, especially in Santa Cruz County.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://ecotopia.org/ehof/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Get permission from the author/publisher to use materials from this site.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Christopher	Scotese	R	Dr	PALEOMAP Project	info@scotese.com						888-288-0160		
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Title: Paleomap Project	Keywords: Geologic time,Geology	Description: The goal of the PALEOMAP Project is to illustrate the plate tectonic development of the ocean basins and continents, as well as the changing distribution of land and sea during the past 1100 million years. In the section on Earth history you can select any time period, read about that period, and see the plate distribution during that period. There is also a section on climate history where you can select a time period, see the climatic distribution of that period, and learn what evidence was used to reconstruct the paleoclimate. A collection of animations shows the plate distribution during different parts of Earth history. The site also has a section where you can print paleomaps that are formatted to be cut out and pasted on a 4 inch Styrofoam sphere to create your own paleoglobes.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.scotese.com/Default.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: (c) PALEOMAP Project, 1999
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Dan	Judd			Westwide Avalance Network	dan@juddcom.com								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Daniel	Howlett			Westwide Avalanche Network	wwan@avalanche.org								
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Title: Westwide Avalanche Network	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: The Westwide Avalanche Network is designed for the professional avalanche community, however, this site contains a wealth of information for anyone interested in avalanches and wintertime mountain weather. Avalanche data from ski areas and highway avalanche programs are available for the past 40 years. This includes the most up-to-date Doppler radar, satellite imagery, weather maps and weather data, plus all the internet tools avalanche professionals need to display them. A fee is charged for this service, however other areas of the site are accessible without charge, offering weather, snow, and avalanche reports, and information on safety and education programs. A subscription is required to access the data on this site, that is a $30 fee is required for the SNOTEL data exchange and a $300 membership fee is required for professional organizations requesting industry info(package deals). However, a multitude of information is still available at this site for no charge.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://avalanche.org/index.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1996-2000 Westwide Avalanche Network
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Western Earthquake Hazards Team		345 Middlefield Road	Menlo Park	CA	94035	http://quake.usgs.gov/index.html	650-329-4668	650-329-5617	
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Title: USGS Earthquake Hazards Program-Northern California; Latest Quake Info	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: This page points to information on earthquakes in Northern California, the United States, and the world. Topics include reports on recent large earthquakes, real-time earthquake maps, real-time shaking maps, real-time seismograms, earthquake network reports and updates, recent and significant earthquakes, and earthquake news releases. Users will be able to view maps and click on them.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://quake.usgs.gov/recent/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of California at Berkeley, Seismological Laboratory		202 McCone Hall	Berkeley	CA	94720-4760		(510) 642-3977	(510) 643-5811	
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Title: UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: The University of California at Berkeley Seismological Laboratory home page provides access to the many programs, products and activities of the Laboratory. Earthquake monitoring activities include maps of recent events, weekly seismicity maps and current seismograms. Users may attempt to make their own seismogram, report an earthquake or watch movies of earthquake events. Descriptions of the seismic networks in California and their seismic datasets as well as earthquake preparedness information are also available. A list of seismology-related resources for teachers is provided with descriptions and links to each resource.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geo.berkeley.edu/seismo/homepage.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Some sections of this site ask that acknowledgement be made for use of the data. Copyright and other restrictions are not known for all sections of the site.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Seth	Stein		Dr	Northwestern University, Department of Geological Sciences	seth@earth.northwestern.edu		Evanston	IL	60208	http://www.earth.northwestern.edu/people/seth/			
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Title: Geol 202: The Earth's Interior	Keywords: Geology,Geophysics,Structural geology	Description: This beginning geophysics course is designed for geology majors. It provides a relatively rigorous and homework-intensive overview of the structure and evolution of the Earth and terrestrial planets, at a level higher than a descriptive geology class, but lower than the standard introduction to geophysics for seniors or first year graduate students. Demonstrations are presented with links to a variety of supplemental resources, including virtual field trips and biographies of famous scientists who contributed to understanding these topics.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.earth.nwu.edu/people/seth/B02/
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U. S. Geological Survey		345 Middlefield Rd.	Menlo Park	CA	94035		650-329-4668	650-329-5617	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of California at Berkeley, Seismological Laboratory		202 McCone Hall	Berkeley	CA	94720-4760		510-642-3977	510-643-5811	
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Title: Rapid Earthquake Location Service	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: This site contains a list of magnitude 2 or greater earthquakes recorded by the U.S. Geological Survey's Northern California Seismic Network and the University of California at Berkeley Digital Seismic Network during the last 3 days. This catalog is valid for Central and Northern California (approximately north of San Luis Obispo along the coast and 37 degrees N at the Nevada border).
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://quake.geo.berkeley.edu/data/quake/plan.xerox_map.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The pages on this site are the product of the United States Federal Government and are not subject to copyright. Therefore, no further permission is required to copy these pages, print them out, reuse them, distribute them, or provide links to them. We do request that proper credit be given to the U.S. Geological Survey as the source of the information.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Sharron	Sample			National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)	sharron.sample@hq.nasa.gov					http://hq.nasa.gov			
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Title: For Kids Only, Earth Science Enterprise	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Environmental science,Hydrology,Natural hazards,Physical geography	Description: This is a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) sited designed for school children and educators grades 4 to 12. The main science topics are Air, Natural Hazards, Land, Water, and People and how NASA conducts studies in these areas. Additional links to Educational materials, Ask an Expert, Contests, Activities/Games, Resources, FAQ, and Teacher's Guides are included.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://kids.earth.nasa.gov/index.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: NASA Copyright Notification GENERAL CONDITIONS:NASA materials may not be used to state or imply the endorsement by NASA or by any NASA employee of a commercial product, service or activity, or used in any other manner that might mislead. NASA should be acknowledged as the source of its material. It is unlawful to falsely claim copyright or other rights in NASA material. NASA shall in no way be liable for any costs, expenses,claims or demands arising out of use of NASA's cassettes and photographs by a recipient's distributees..PHOTOGRAPHY:Photographs are not protected by copyright unless noted. If copyrighted,permission should be obtained from the copyright owner prior to use. If not copyrighted, photographs may be reproduced and distributed without further permission from NASA. If a recognizable person appears in a photograph, use for commercial purposes may infringe a right of privacy or publicity and permission should be obtained from the recognizable person.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Gilles	Borel		Dr	Université de Lausanne, Faculte des Sciences-Institut de geologie et de paleontologie	Gilles.Borel@igp.unil.ch	Institut de geologie et de paleontologie, BFSH2 , CH-1015 Lausanne	Lausanne		3167 (Bureau)		41 21 692 4359		Switzerland
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Title: IGCP Project No.369, Comparative Evolution of PeriTethyan Rift Basins	Keywords: Structural geology	Description: This site advertises the results (paleotectonic maps and plate reconstructions) elaborated by the IGCP 369 research project on peritethyan paleogeography and paleotectonics. You can view the contents of the whole database as low-resolution images with several examples of high-resolution maps. The complete dataset can be obtained on a CD-ROM soon to be published by the European Geophysical Society. It goes along with a series of twenty-four papers that will be published in a volume titled "Peritethyan Rift/Wrench Basins and Passive Margins" (P.A. Ziegler, W. Cavazza, A.H.F.R. Robertson, eds.), now in press with the National Museum of Natural History in Paris. The objective of the project is the integrated structural, stratigraphic, sedimentologic, and petrologic study of the evolution of peritethyan rift/wrench basins. Selected aspects of the intervening orogenic regions in relation to peritethyan development are also included. The area considered extends west to east from the eastern shores of the Atlantic Ocean to the Ural Mts. and the Indus River, and north to south from the Baltic shield to equatorial Africa. The time frame is from the Moscovian to the Holocene.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www-sst.unil.ch/igcp_369/default369.htm
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Paul	Howell	D.		University of Kentucky, Department of Geological Sciences	phowell@pop.uky.edu	305 Slone Bldg, University of Kentucky	Lexington	KY	40506-0053	http://www.uky.edu/ArtsSciences/Geology/faculty/howell.html	606-257-3932	606-323-1938	
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Title: Web DoGS Virtual Plates	Keywords: Geologic time,Geology	Description: This Virtual Plates page contains some plate reconstructions put together by WebDoGS, a group of students and faculty at the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Kentucky. The plate reconstructions are available in several different map projections and file formats. This page also has links to a lot of sites related to plate tectonics, the electronic creation of plate reconstructions, and data used to develop plate reconstructions.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.uky.edu/ArtsSciences/Geology/webdogs/plates/reconstructions.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Jon	Van de Grift			Lakeland College	jon@naturalhazards.org		Madison	WI		http://www.naturalhazards.org/			
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Title: Natural Hazards.org	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This site provides atmospheric and geologic hazard information for researchers, teachers, students, and concerned citizens. For each hazard, information about the locations and seasons of greatest risk is provided. In the "Other Resources" sections, you will find links to selected web sites and educational products for purchase. Topic areas include: warnings and real-time data, glossary of terms, atmospheric hazards: climate change, drought, El Nino and La Nina, hurricanes, snow and ice, thunderstorms, tornadoes, earthquakes and tsunami, floods, slope failures, and volcanoes.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.naturalhazards.org/
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Natural hazards.org is an educational site. The author(s) therefore assume no liability for any actions taken based on the information contained herein. Copyright © 1999, 2000
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				National Climatic Data Center	webmaster@ncdc.noaa.gov	Federal Building, 151 Patton Avenue	Asheville	NC	28801-5001	http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/ol/ncdc.html	828-271-4800	828-271-4876	
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Title: National Climatic Data Center's Extreme Weather and Climate Events	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology,Natural hazards	Description: This National Climatic Data Center site offers observed data of worldwide extreme weather and climate events. Topic areas include: U.S. Hurricanes, Heavy Precipitation, Temperature Extremes, U.S.Tornadoes, Billion $$ Weather Disasters, 1991-2001 Weather Events, Global Climate Change, Historical Global Extremes, El Nino/La Nina, Satellite Images, Climate of 2000, U.S. Local Storm Reports, Climatic Data, and U.S. Radar Composites.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/ol/climate/severeweather/extremes.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): The Drought Monitor				National Drought Mitigation Center	ndmc@enso.unl.edu	P.O. Box 830749	Lincoln	NE	68583-0749		402-472-6707	402-472-6614	
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Title: Drought Monitor by USDA, NOAA, and the National Drought Mitigation Center	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Natural hazards	Description: The Drought Monitor provides a weekly overview of where in the United States drought is emerging, lingering, subsiding or forecasted. Responding to the need for accurate, centralized drought information, a resource that summarizes information from numerous drought indices and indicators has been created on a single, easy-to-read color map known as the Drought Monitor. The map combines key indices of rainfall and drought to produce the final drought intensity rating. Since drought often affects various activities differently, the map indicates whether drought is affecting agriculture, fire danger, or water supplies.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://enso.unl.edu/monitor/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Learning Web Team				U.S. Department of the Interior	learning_web@usgs.gov	U.S. Geological Survey	Reston	VA		http://www.usgs.gov/education/index.html			
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Title: USGS: The Learning Web	Keywords: Biology,Geology,Hydrology,Physical geography	Description: The Learning Web is a USGS web dedicated to K-12 education, exploration, and life-long learning. A variety of materials are available for instructors and students to aid in exploring things on, in, around, and about the Earth such as plants and animals, land, water, and maps. The focus is on learning how biology, geology, hydrology and geogrpahy can help us understand our changing world
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.usgs.gov/education/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Nancy	VanWagoner		Dr	University of Acadia, Department of Geology	nancy.vanwagoner@acadiau.ca	42 University Avenue	Wolfville	Nova Scotia					Canada
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Title: Geology and the Environment: Internal Earth Processes	Keywords: Environmental science,Geology	Description: Environmental Geology focuses on the relationship between humans and their Earth environment. It is the study of human interaction with the land, with all its sociological, economic and political ramifications. This course concentrates on the relationship between people and internal Earth processes such as: earthquakes and volcanoes, geologic structures, plate tectonics, the evolution of mountains and ocean basins, the concept of geologic time, rocks, minerals, and mineral resources.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://plato.acadiau.ca/courses/geol/vanwagoner/1043/geology1043.htm
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1998 Dr. Nancy VanWagoner
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): John .	Nielsen-Gammon		Dr	Texas A&M University, Texas A&M Meteorology Department	nielsen@ariel.met.tamu.edu	3150 TAMU	College Station	TX	77843-3150		979-845-7671	979-862-4466	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): John	Fulton			Texas A&M University, Department of Atmospheric	jdfult@nimbus.met.tamu.edu	3150 TAMU	College Station	TX	77843-3150		979-845-7671	979-862-4466	
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Title: The Meteorology 151 Class Page (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Climatology,Atmospheric science	Description: This site is composed of a series of tutorials about different aspects of meteorology and climatology. Each tutorial is composed of an introduction to the topic, a set of learning objectives, and a series of short explanations and exercises by subtopic. The topics covered in the main tutorials are: How to Access Weather Data, How to Read Hourly Weather Observations, Radiation and the Diurnal Heating Cycle, The National Collegiate Weather Forecasting Contest, Factors Affecting Temperature: Wind and Mixing, Factors Affecting Temperature: Clouds and Moisture, Air Masses and Fronts, The Forecasting Process, Forces in the Atmosphere, Air Pressure Temperature and Height, Winds and Pressure, Sounding Diagrams, Upper Air Maps, Hurricanes, Satellite Imagery, Radar Imagery, Numerical Weather Prediction, NWS Forecast Models, Sources of Model Error, Sea Breezes Land Breezes and Coastal Fronts, and Snow Forecasting.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.met.tamu.edu/class/Metr151/
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1996-1998 Texas A&M University, Texas A&M Meteorology Department and Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon. All rights Reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Alan	Sills				profsci@aol.com								
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Title: Science Educators Web Resources Supersite	Keywords: Space science,Physical oceanography,Biology,Chemistry,Climatology,Educational theory and practice,Geology,Physics	Description: This site is a collection of links to resources for science educators. There are links to subject specific clearinghouses, discussion groups, professional networks, educational materials, science fair projects, etc. There is also a list of links for the following topics: Earth Science, Astronomy, Meteorology, Oceanography, Geology, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Jersey Shore, Professional Development, WE Science Highlights, and Weather. This site is a starting place for educational resources of all types.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://members.tripod.com/~profsci/science.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Roslyn	Gillespie		Ms	Education Planet, Inc.		924 Anacapa St., Suite 3R	Santa Barbara	CA	93101		805-899-4966	561-658-2639	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): Jim	Hurley		Mr	Education Planet, Inc.	info@educationplanet.com	924 Anacapa St., Suite 3R	Santa Barbara	CA	93101		805-899-4966	561-658-2639	
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Title: Education Planet	Keywords: Space science,Biology,Chemistry,Ecology,Environmental science,Geology,Mathematics,Physical geography	Description: Education Planet delivers educational resources, tools and services that empower K-12 teachers, students, parents and administrators to utilize the web for education. As an "all-in-one" vertical portal for education, Education Planet is working to meet the K-12 community's growing need for online access to educational resources, communication tools and e-learning services. Currently, Education Planet hosts over 100,000 educational resources. EP's team of educator reviewers rate and review these resources for grade level, educational relevancy and merit. The Education Planet index is arranged with the following topics: Arts & Music, Computers & Internet, Economics & Business, Education, Environment, Geography & Countries, Government & Law, Health, and Nutrition & Sports.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.educationplanet.com/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: ©2000 Education Planet, Inc. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Daniel	Edelson	C.	Dr	Northwestern University, School of Education and Social Policy, Institute for the Learning Sciences	d-edelson@northwestern.edu								
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Title: WorldWatcher	Keywords: Climatology,Educational theory and practice,Environmental science	Description: WorldWatcher is an NSF funded project aimed at exploring the potential of scientific visualization technology to improve science education. The goal is to demonstrate that scientific visualization, incorporated into inquiry-based learning, can enable students of diverse abilities to develop an understanding of complex scientific phenomena. The WorldWatcher Project designs and evaluates learning software, develops and field tests middle and high school curricula, and investigates the process by which students learn to make sense of scientific visualizations. Software products are WorldWatcher, a tool which supports the study of climate and global climate change, and MyWorld GIS, a vector-based geographic information system software that runs in Java on Windows NT, 98, ME, 2000, and MacOS X. Curricula are The Global Warming Project, an eight week, stand alone unit in which middle school students learn about many of the scientific factors that contribute to the controversial global warming debate, and Looking At The Environment, a year long, visually intensive high school environmental science curriculum centered on three key issues: the relationship between population growth and resource availability; electricity generation and meeting the demand for energy; managing water resources for agricultural use and human consumption. Published papers that have emerged from WorldWatcher Project research can be viewed in pdf format.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.worldwatcher.northwestern.edu/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Roger	Suthren		Dr	Oxford Brookes University, Department of Geology	rjsuthren@brookes.ac.uk	Headington	Oxford, UK		OX3 0BP		44 (0)1865 483600		
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Title: Introduction to Geology	Keywords: Geology	Description: This is the homepage for a course offered by Oxford Brookes University. It is an introduction to the recognition, description and interpretation of rocks and minerals and to the global processes responsible for their formation. The site provides lecture support material and virtual posters for a variety of topics, including: Structure of the Earth, Plate Tectonics, Geological Time, Minerals, Igneous Rocks and Volcanoes, Surface Processes and Sediments. Diversity of Life, Metamorphism, Rock Deformation and Mountain Building, and Geology and the Environment.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.brookes.ac.uk/geology/8301/8301welc.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: This page copyright Oxford Brookes University, 1999
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Discovery Communications, Inc.						http://dsc.discovery.com/			
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Title: Peel the Earth	Keywords: Geology	Description: This site is a vitual journey to the center of the Earth. One can access the four major components of the planet -- atmosphere, crust, mantle and core via hyperlinks to supporting text and visual material.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.discovery.com/exp/earthjourneys/peelplanet.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1999 Discovery Communications Inc.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Mary	Downton			National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Environmental and Societal Impacts Group	downton@ucar.edu	P.O. Box 3000	Boulder	CO	80307		303-497-8116		USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Baat	Enosh			National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Environmental and Societal Impacts Group		P.O. Box 3000	Boulder	CO	80307				USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Roger	Pielke			National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Environmental and Societal Impacts Group	rogerp@ucar.edu	P.O. Box 3000	Boulder	CO	80307				USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Angel	Guitierrez			National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Environmental and Societal Impacts Group	angel@ucar.edu								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Roberta	Klein			National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Environmental and Societal Impacts Group	blein@ucar.edu	P.O. Box 3000	Boulder	CO	80307				USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Miles	Mercer			National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Environmental and Societal Impacts Group									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Zoe	Miller			National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Environmental and Societal Impacts Group	zmiller@ucar.edu	P.O. Box 3000	Boulder	CO	80307				USA
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Jennifer	Oxelson			National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Environmental and Societal Impacts Group	oxelson@ucar.edu	P.O. Box 3000	Boulder	CO	80307				USA
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Title: Extreme Weather Sourcebook 2001, subtitle:Economic and Other Societal Impacts Related to Hurricanes, Floods,Tornadoes, Lightning, and Other U.S. Weather Phenomena	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: Extreme weather accounts for many billions of dollars in damage every year in the United States. The size of the U.S., along with its particular geographical and societal conditions, make it susceptible to a wide range of weather phenomena. This report presents a summary of damage suffered from hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, lightning, hail, thunderstorms, and windstorms in the United States and its territories. Damages for each type of event are listed by state, as well as ranked by expense. For any given type of event, the composite U.S. and each state have links to graphs showing annual damages for the corresponding period of record. There are sections for floods, tornadoes, lightning, and a section for other (hail, thunderstorms, and windstorms).
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://sciencepolicy.colorado.edu/sourcebook/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Maps a la carte, Inc.	info@topozone.com	73 Princeton Street, Suite 305	North Chelmsford	MA	01863		978-251-4242		
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Title: TopoZone	Keywords: Physical geography	Description: The TopoZone is the Web's center for recreational and professional topographic map users. The company worked with the USGS to create the Web's first interactive digital topo map of the entire United States. Every USGS 1:100,000, 1:63,360, 1:25,000, and 1:24,000 scale topographic map for the entire United States is available for viewing at this site via a place name search, latitude/longitude pair or UTM coordinates. Interactive access to map coordinates is enabled on these maps. A subscription must be purchased in order to download maps with or without georeference information files.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.topozone.com/
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 3	Copyright: Copyright © 2000 Maps a la carte, Inc.  All rights reserved. Reproduction of any Maps a la carte, Inc. material is strictly prohibited, unless otherwise permitted by the following Terms and Conditions.  Permission to use all documents and related graphics and any other material from this World Wide Web server is subject to the following Terms and Conditions.TopoZone, TopoView, TopoServer and TopoWear are trademarks of Maps a la carte, Inc.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Pamela	Gore	J.W.		Georgia Perimeter College, Department of Geology	pgore@gpc.peachnet.edu	555 North Indian Creek Drive	Clarkston	GA	30021-2396				
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Title: Physical Geology at Georgia Perimeter College	Keywords: Geology	Description: This course is part of the Georgia Geoscience On-line Project, one of approximately 47 Course Development Projects in the State of Georgia that has been funded by the Connecting Teachers and Technology Program of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia. Instructional technology integrated into this course includes use of the computer, Internet (World Wide Web and e-mail), and the GSAMS(Georgia Statewide Academic and Medical System) distance learning classroom.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.gpc.peachnet.edu/~pgore/geology/geo101.htm
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright Pamela J. W. Gore, 1994, 1997, 1998
Title: Introduction to Geophysical Exploration	Keywords: Geophysics	Description: This site contains resources that support an introductory course in exploration geophysics. The materials are designed for use in teaching geophysics to non-geophysicists. Course materials include all those that you would normally associate with an on-line course; lecture notes, references, on-line quizzes, etc. These materials are divided into four modules, one each describing the theory and use of gravity, magnetic, DC resistivity, and refraction seismic observations. Although traditional course materials are included, the core the course is built around the use and support of an interactive case study approach. Unlike a traditional case study, an interactive case study, through the use of computer simulations, allows students to become engaged in the case study by providing them the opportunity to make all of the relevant decisions (i.e., survey design and cost decisions, data and interpretation decisions, etc.) regarding the case. In completing an interactive case study, the intent is to help students develop an intuitive understanding of the nature of geophysical exploration, and to also develop an appreciation for how geophysicists think, learn how to communicate with them, and develop a sense for what subsurface properties can and can not be constrained by geophysical investigations.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.mines.edu/fs_home/tboyd/GP311/
Learning Context: 15;16;13;14;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright (c) Thomas M. Boyd, 1996 - 1999 . All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Melanie	Kelman			University of British Columbia, Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences	mkelman@eos.ubc.ca		Vancouver	B.C.	V6T 1Z4.				Canada
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Title: Introduction to Petrology	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This site contains notes and self-directed exercises which complement the lectures and laboratories of EOSC 221, Introduction to Petrology - a course offered in the Earth and Ocean Sciences Department of the University of British Columbia.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.science.ubc.ca/~geol202/index.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: This material is copyrighted (text, images, etc.), and can not be used without permission of the copyright owner. For details, please contact the Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada V6T 1Z4.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Warren	Huff		Dr	University of Cincinnati	Warren.Huff@uc.edu	Geology/Physics 614	Cincinnati	OH	45221-0013	http://ucaswww.mcm.uc.edu/geology/huff/huffpage/huff.html			
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Title: Introduction to Geology	Keywords: Geology	Description: This page is available to anyone who has access to the World Wide Web, but it is intended primarily for students registered in Introduction to Geology (15-040-101, 102, 103) at the University of Cincinnati. This course is intended for both majors and non-majors. Taken in its entirety, the course is designed to acquaint students with the major concepts in geology and with the investigative processes through which geologic discoveries are made. It further seeks to address the relationships between geologic materials and processes, and general human welfare. The site provides a course syllabus, self-quizzes, reading assignments and links to other relevant sites.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://ucaswww.mcm.uc.edu/geology/huff/Intro_home_page.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Ben	van der Pluijm	A		University of Michigan, Department of Geological Sciences	vdpluijm@umich.edu	2534 C.C. Little Building	Ann Arbor	MI	48109-1063	http://www-personal.umich.edu/~vdpluijm/			
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Title: How the Earth Works : Dynamic Planet	Keywords: Geology	Description: Processes in our continuously evolving Earth have given rise to the formation of an internally-layered planet with continents, oceans and an atmosphere. This continuing activity is manifested by the destructive powers of such phenomena as earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, mountain building, and plate motion. Starting with the formation of our Universe and evolution of stars like our Sun, the goal of this course is to present an integrated approach to Earth's unique characteristics, and explain her physical principles using conceptual and factual material. The website offers a lecture schedule with supporting material, homework assignments, a link to an interactive resource guide, and Powerpoint slides.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www-personal.umich.edu/~vdpluijm/gs205.htm
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © Ben A. van der Pluijm, 1997-1999
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Mark	Helper		Dr	University of Texas at Austin, Department of Geological Sciences	helper@mail.utexas.edu		Austin	TX	78712				
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Title: Gems and Gem Minerals	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This is the homepage of a Gem and Minerals class at the University of Texas. The course objectives are to explore the following topics: what are gems and minerals, methods of identification, physical and optical propoerties, crystallography and optics, lapidary arts, the geology of major gem localities, and the value of gems. The site offers access to the course syllabus, handouts, exams with interactive answer-checking, and reference material for common gems.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geo.utexas.edu/courses/347k/index.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): John	Butler	C	Dr	University of Houston, Department of Geosciences	jbutler@uh.edu	312 SR I	Houston		77204-5502	http://www.uh.edu/~jbutler/professor/butler.html	713-743-3411		
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Title: Physical Geology	Keywords: Geology	Description: An introductory course in Physical Geology that is offered in both online and face-to-face settings. Resources include homework exercises, lecture notes, and Internet resources.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.uh.edu/~jbutler/physical/physical.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright by John C. Butler, July 29, 1995
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Russell	McDuff	E	Dr	University of Washington, School of Oceanography	mcduff@ocean.washington.edu		Seattle	WA	98195				
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Title: Oceanography - Marine Geological Processes	Keywords: Geology,Physical oceanography	Description: A first year course in oceanography with extensive Internet resources. Topics covered include: principles of thermodynamics, heat and mass transfer, fluid mechanics, continuum mechanics, and time-series analysis applied to marine geological and geophysical data; applications to transport of marine sediments; Pleistocene sedimentation and global climate change; and the thermal balance of the oceanic lithosphere. The link to the lecture schedule provides detailed supporting materials.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www2.ocean.washington.edu/oc540/index.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright (©) 1994-2001 Russell E. McDuff and G. Ross Heath. All Rights Reserved. Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute these documents for research or educational purposes and without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above copyright notice and direct reference to the original source appear on all copies of these derivative works.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey, USGS National Earthquake Information Center	zirbes@usgs.gov								
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Title: Seismicity maps of recent earthquake activity in the USA	Keywords: Geology,Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: The mission of the United States Geological Survey Earthquake Program is to provide and apply relevant earthquake science information and knowledge for reducing deaths, injuries, and property damage from earthquakes through understanding of their characteristics and effects and by providing the information and knowledge needed to mitigate these losses. This resource allows the user to be aware of current activity within the United States via a clickable regional map which displays locations of earthquakes and links to text-based information on precise location and magnitude.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/activity/present.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey, National Earthquake Information Center	zirbes@usgs.gov		Golden	CO					
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Title: Near Real Time Earthquake List	Keywords: Geology,Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: This USGS site provides several weeks worth of current global earthquake activity with maps and access to detailed information.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/bulletin.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				IRIS - Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology	webmaster@iris.washington.edu	1408 NE 45 St., Suite 201	Seattle	WA	98105				
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Title: Earthquake Search	Keywords: Geology,Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: The IRIS Education & Outreach(E&O) program, in collaboration with the seismological and educational communities, develops and implements IRIS programs designed to enhance seismology and Earth Science education in K-12 schools, colleges and universities, and in adult education. This portion of their website offers a "make your own map of earthquakes" tool where one submits temporal and spatial coordinates and is provided corresponding data as ASCII files as well as a downloadable event map.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.iris.washington.edu/FORMS/event.search.form.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Hugo	Beltrami		Dr	St Francis Xavier University, Department of Geology	hugo@stfx.ca		Antigonish	Nova Scotia	B2G-2W5				Canada
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Title: Climate Change from Earth Temperatures : The Big Integrator	Keywords: Climatology	Description: Climate change is commonly associated with long term temperature variation, or energy imbalance, at the Earth's surface. The solid Earth integrates this change and records it as perturbation to a background thermal profile in the upper kilometre of the crust. Detailed measurement of borehole temperatures reveals widespread but variable surface warming in North America over the past 100 to 200 years. This short paper examines these records and discusses the pros and cons of using the geothermal method for climate recontsruction.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://justine.stfx.ca/public/borehole/borehole.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Paula	Dunbar			National Geophysical Data Center of NOAA	pkd@ngdc.noaa.gov					http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/ngdc.html	303-497-6826		
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Title: NOAA National Data Centers, NGDC Natural Hazards Data	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: Natural hazards such as earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanoes affect both coastal and inland areas. Long-term data from these events, including photographs, can be used to establish the past record of natural hazard event occurrences. These data are also important for planning, response, and mitigation of future events. The National Geophysical Data Center plays a major role in post-event data collection. This site provides access to database archives as well as supporting educational materials such as a natural hazards quiz, and slide sets. The site provides access to the National Environmental Satellite Data and Information Service (NESDIS); and a Resource Directory, which functions as a clearinghouse.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/seg/hazard/hazards.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: As required by 17 U.S.C. 403, third parties producing copyrighted works consisting predominantly of the material produced by U.S. government agencies must provide notice with such work(s) identifying the U.S. Government material incorporated and stating that such material is not subject to copyright protection. The information on government web pages are in the public domain unless specifically annotated otherwise and may therefore be used freely by the public.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Dan	Dubno			CBS News and Special Events	dnd@cbsnews.com					http://cbsnews.com/			
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Title: CBS News Disaster Links	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This site is a clearinghouse for a broad range of natural hazards/disaster-related resources. Links include access to US government sites such as FEMA, NOAA, and USGS, as well as private industry. Specific events include airplane disasters, avalanches, biological and chemical contamination, toxic spills, icebergs, hurricanes, floods, landslides, tornadoes, tsumanis, volcanoes and wild fires. Access to weather maps, satellite images and 3-D images as well as disaster monitoring software is also provided.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://disasterlinks.net/
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: ©2001 Viacom Internet Services Inc., All Rights Reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				The Paleontological Research Institution	pn21@cornell.edu	1259 Trumansburg Road	Ithaca	NY	14850		607-273-6623		
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Title: Field Trip to Edisto Beach - title enhanced by cataloger	Keywords: Paleontology	Description: This virtual field trip takes you to Edisto Beach, a beautiful sand beach about 30 miles south of Charleston, South Carolina. This particular beach is a well known site for Pleistocene fossils. The field trip presnts information on beachcombing and demonstrates screening for fossils and shells through a series of pages that delve into the origin of the items found there.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.priweb.org/ed/earthtrips/Edisto/edisto.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): 				The Paleontological Research Institution	pn21@cornell.edu	1259 Trumansburg Road	Ithica	NY	14850		607-273-6623		
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Title: Field Trip to Plio-Pleistocene Shell Beds of Sarasota, Florida - title enhanced by cataloger	Keywords: Paleontology	Description: This field trip takes you to quarries near Sarasota, on the west-central coast of Florida, where one of the world's most spectacular fossil accumulations is exposed. The fossil-rich sediments range in age from 1 to 5 million years and contain the abundant remains of mollusks, whales, birds, corals, barnacles, and sharks. The trip looks at how sediments were deposited and provides information on the species found there.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.priweb.org/ed/earthtrips/Sara/sarasota.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				The Paleontological Research Institution	pn21@cornell.edu	1259 Trumansburg Road	Ithaca	NY	14850		607-273-6623		
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Title: Field trip to Kashong Glen, New York - title enhanced by cataloger	Keywords: Geology,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This trip take you to Kashong Glen, a deep ravine south of Geneva, New York, that cuts into rocks about 380 million years old. Kashong Glen is one of the best places in New York State to study the rocks of the Hamilton Group and fossils from the Middle Devonian. The site looks offers a interactive image with information on rock types, fossil species, waterfall and cliff formation processes.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.priweb.org/ed/earthtrips/Kashong/Kashong_intro.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				The Paleontological Research Institution	pn21@cornell.edu	1259 Trumansburg Road	Ithaca	NY	14850		607-273-6623		
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Title: Virtual Field Trippin': The Rocks of Central New York	Keywords: Geologic time,Geology,Paleontology	Description: The rocks of the Mohawk and Hudson Valleys of upstate New York tell a fascinating story, both through the rock layers themselves, as well as the life contained within them. Each individual outcrop, while interesting in many ways, pales in comparison to the story that unfolds when many of the units are compared and contrasted regionally. What comes to the surface is a story of tropical seas, violent mountain-building and active volcanoes. This site offers a tour through the region, referenced by the Cambrian, mid- and late- Ordovician, late-Silurian and Devonian geologic time periods.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.priweb.org/ed/earthtrips/cent_NY/cent_NY_intro.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Dorothy	Hall	K.	Ms	NASA Goddard Space Flight Center	dhall@glacier.gsfc.nasa.gov,		Greenbelt	MD	20771				
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Title: Glacier Bay, Alaska, from the Ground, Air and Space Fly-By Theater	Keywords: Cryology,Technology	Description: This site offers computer-generated fly-by videos of glaciers in the Glacier Bay, Alaska area.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://sdcd.gsfc.nasa.gov/GLACIER.BAY/movies.flyby.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Dorthy	Hall	K		NASA Goddard Space Flight Center	dhall@glacier.gsfc.nasa.gov		Greenbelt	MD	20771				
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Title: Glacier Bay, Alaska from the Ground, Air and Space Special Effects Theater	Keywords: Cryology,Technology	Description: This site offers computer-generated animations illustrating glacial advance and retreat and mapping techniques in glacier-active regions.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://sdcd.gsfc.nasa.gov/GLACIER.BAY/movies.other.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): W.	White	M.		Cornell University, Department of Geological Sciences	white@geology.cornell.edu		Ithaca	NY					
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Title: Galapagos Geology on the Web	Keywords: Geology	Description: 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. While the emphasis of this web site is on geology, Galapagos wildlife is difficult to ignore, so you will find many images and observations on biology, as well as geology, on this site. Sections include: a brief introduction to Galapagos geology, Tour the Islands, Galapagos Climate and Oceanography, Galapagos History (which includes a discussion of Darwin's work related to evolution and natural selection), and a Bibliography.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geo.cornell.edu/geology/Galapagos.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): John	Butler	C	Dr	University of Houston, Department of Geosciences	jbutler@uh.edu	312 SR I	Houston		77204-5502		713-743-3411		
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Title: A Virtual Field Trip to the Stone Forest, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China	Keywords: Geology	Description: The Stone Forest is situated in the Lunan Yu Autonomous County, 126 kilometers southeast of Kunming. A region of typical karst formation, the Stone Forest covers an area of more than three hundred square kilometers. This virtual field trip offers a photo gallery of images, plus sections on the geological history and formation of the Stone Forest, and geochemical controls on carbonate precipitation and solution.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.uh.edu/~jbutler/kunming/stoneforest.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright by John C. Butler, August 1999
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Dexter	Perkins		Dr	Univ. of North Dakota	dexter_perkins@und.edu	Box 8358	Grand Forks	ND	58202	http://www.und.nodak.edu/mineral/	701-777-2811	701-777-4449	
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Title: Grand Canyon Exercise: Geological Time, History, and Sedimentary Environments.	Keywords: Geologic time,Geology,Physical geography	Description: This site presents a take-home web-based project for introductory geology students. The exercise has the students interpreting the sedimentary geology (lithology and fossils) of the Grand Canyon to create a geological history for the region. It is an open-ended exercise with no absolutely correct answer; it involves students acting as scientists - that is, the way real scientists think and combine information to come up with explanations.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.und.nodak.edu/instruct/mineral/101intro/grandcanyon/
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: This exercise may be used for any non-profit educational purpose.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Bob	Ribokas				ribokas@nospam.net					http://www.kaibab.org/misc/gc_bmail.htm			
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Title: Grand Canyon Explorer: The Geology of the Grand Canyon	Keywords: Geologic time,Geology	Description: This site provides an overview of how the Grand Canyon was formed. Concepts discussed include erosion by water, ice and wind, continental drift, and deposition. A photo gallery and stratigraphic figures support the text.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.kaibab.org/geology/gc_geol.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © Bob Ribokas, 1994-2000, all rights reserved. This publication and its text and photos may not be copied for commercial use without the express written permission of Bob Ribokas.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Sharron	Sample			National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)	sharron.sample@hq.nasa.gov					http://www.nasa.gov/			
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Title: Destination: Earth, The Official Website for NASA's Earth Science Enterprise	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology,Environmental science,Technology	Description: The Earth Science Enterprise mission is to develop understanding of the total Earth system and the effects of natural and human-induced changes on the global environment. The site provides links to information about NASA's research programs in a number of science topics, including: Atmospheric Chemistry, Hydrological and Energy Cycle, Land Cover/Land Use, Ozone, Natural Hazards and Solid Earth. and Climate Variability and Change. Information about Earth Science Missions such as the Earth Observing System (EOS), and the GOES and POES projects is available. Educational material regarding agency-wide Earth science education programs, products reviews and the ESE Education Strategy are provided as well.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.earth.nasa.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: NASA Copyright Notification: GENERAL CONDITIONS:NASA materials may not be used to state or imply the endorsement by NASA or by any NASA employee of a commercial product, service or activity, or used in any other manner that might mislead. NASA should be acknowledged as the source of its material. PHOTOGRAPHY:Photographs are not protected by copyright unless noted. If copyrighted, permission should be obtained from the copyright owner prior to use. If not copyrighted, photographs may be reproduced and distributed without further permission from NASA. If a recognizable person appears in a photograph, use for commercial purposes may infringe a right of privacy or publicity and permission should be obtained from the recognizable person.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Western Earthquake Hazards Team		345 Middlefield Road	Menlo Park	CA	94035		650-329-4668	650-329-5617	
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Title: USGS Earthquake Hazards Program - Northern California	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: On this home page of the Earthquake Hazards Program, Northern California the user can access maps of earthquakes in the California-Nevada area, the United States, and the world. The site also has timely information on recent large earthquakes, real-time earthquake maps, real-time shaking maps, and news. The user is directed to United States Geological Survey publications, and to general information on earthquakes and hazard preparedness, and on current earthquake research. Frequently-asked questions are addressed and visitors can use the Ask-a-Geologist service and can follow links to other sites.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://quake.usgs.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Susan	Garcia		Ms	United States Geological Survey, Western Earthquake Hazards Team		345 Middlefield Road	Menlo Park	CA	94035		650-329-4668	650-329-5617	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): 				United States Geological Survey, Western Earthquake Hazards Team	webmaster@ehznorth.wr.usgs.gov	345 Middlefield Road	Menlo Park	CA	94035				
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Western Earthquake Hazards Team		345 Middlefield Road	Menlo Park	CA	94035				
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Title: USGS Earthquake Hazards Program-Northern California; General Quake Info; Basic Educational Information	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: This site offers adults, teachers, and kids access to basic earthquake information, including Frequently Asked Questions, glossaries, simple exercises with science fair materials, news, short reports, preparedness information, and the Ask-a-Geologist service. Links are provided to selected organizations, professional and nonprofessional.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://quake.usgs.gov/info/basics.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Robert	Britt	R.		SPACE.com	rob@explorezone.com	120 W 45th St	New York	NY	10036				
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				SPACE.com		120 W 45th St	New York	NY	10036		212-703-5800	212-703-5900	
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Title: ExploreZone: Earthquake News and Links	Keywords: Geophysics	Description: This site includes popular science explanations and articles on earthquake concepts such as seismic waves, subduction, dip-slip, strike-slip and liquefaction. Information about the atmosphere, seasons, tides, tsunamis, volcanoes and waves is also available. It provides links to relevant news, columns, features, services, and book reviews. The producers encourage e-mail correspondence.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.explorezone.com/earth/earthquakes.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: SPACE.com and its explorezone.com are protected by copyright as a collective work and/or compilation, pursuant to U.S. copyright laws, international conventions, and other copyright laws. SPACE.com is the owner of the copyright in the entire Site. SPACE.com owns a copyright in the selection, coordination, arrangement and enhancement of the Site. You agree to abide by any and all copyright notices, information or restrictions displayed on the Site. You may not modify, create derivative works from, participate in the transfer or sale of, post on the World Wide Web, or in any way exploit the Site or any portion thereof for any public or commercial use without the express written permission of SPACE.com. You may download one (1) copy of Site Material for your personal use, provided that you maintain all copyright, attribution and other notices contained in such Site Material.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Climatic Data Center	info@ncdc.noaa.gov	Federal Building,151 Patton Avenue	Asheville	NC	28801-5001		828-271-4800	828-271-4876	
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Title: National Climatic Data Center	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology	Description: The National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) is part of the Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information Service (NESDIS) and is the world's largest active archive of weather data. NCDC produces numerous climate publications and responds to data requests from all over the world. NCDC archives 99 percent of all NOAA data which are received from a wide variety of sources, including satellites, radar, remote sensing systems, NWS cooperative observers, aircraft, ships, radiosonde, wind profiler, rocketsonde, solar radiation networks, and NWS Forecast/Warnings/Analyses Products. NCDC supports information dissemination such as paper copies of original records, publications, atlases, computer printouts, microfiche, microfilm, movie loops, photographs, magnetic tape, floppy disks, CD-ROM, electronic mail, on-line dial-up, telephone, facsimile and personal visit. Ordering information for data and products is available, and some items can be ordered on-line.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/ol/ncdc.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Ron	Morris	M		California State University at Long Beach, Department of Geological Sciences	scfinney@csulb.edu	1250 Bellflower Blvd.	Long Beach	CA	90840-3902				
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Title: Virtual Field Geology - Southern California	Keywords: Geology,Structural geology	Description: Explore and learn more about the diversity and grandeur of Southern California's geologic features.These virtual field trips are an extension of CSU Long Beach's Introductory Field Geology courses. The site includes field trips to Cajon Pass, Palos Verdes/Point Fermin, Anza Borrego, Mecca, Palmdale, Kelso Sand Dunes, Pisgah Crater, Rainbow Basin, and St. Francis Dam. Each trip discusses the geologic structure of the area and it's relationship to the San Andreas Fault Zone, which is the boundary between two converging lithospheric plates: the Pacific Plate and the North American Plate. The plate boundary consists of a zone of subparallel faults that is roughly one hundred kilometers wide and has shifted its location several times since the onset of this transform (strike-slip) plate boundary.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://seis.natsci.csulb.edu/VIRTUAL_FIELD/vfmain.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright in July 2000 by Ron Merritt Morris
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of Colorado at Boulder, Natural Hazards Center	hazctr@colorado.edu	482 UCB	Boulder	CO	80309-0482	http://www.Colorado.EDU/hazards/	303-492-6818	303-492-2151	
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Title: Natural Hazards Center at the University of Colorado, Boulder	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This site is a national and international clearinghouse for information on natural hazards and human adjustments to hazards and disasters. The Natural Hazards Center carries out its mission in four principal areas: information dissemination, an annual workshop, research, and library services. The center's prime goal is to increase communication among hazard/disaster researchers and those individuals, agencies, and organizations that are actively working to reduce disaster damage and suffering. The Natural Hazards Center provides access to a variety of resources including an on-line library database; periodicals and publications, and lists and indices of disaster information compiled by the Natural Hazards Center.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.Colorado.EDU/hazards/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Reproduction - with acknowledgement - of this information is permitted and encouraged.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of California at Berkeley, Seismological Laboratory		202 McCone Hall	Berkeley	CA	94720-4760		510-642-3977	510-643-5811	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U. S. Geological Survey		345 Middlefield Rd.	Menlo Park	CA	94035		650-329-4668	650-329-5617	
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Title: Northern California Earthquake Data Center Data Retrieval (title enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: The Northern California Earthquake Data Center (NCEDC) offers various types of earthquake-related data. Most of the datasets are available on the WWW. A few require the establishment of a research account. Available information includes: earthquake catalogs and lists; seismic waveform data from the Berkeley Digital Seismic Network, the Northern California Seismic Network, the Parkfield High-Resolution Seismic Network, and the Calpine/Unocal Geysers Network; Global Positioning System data from continuous monitoring stations; and Berkeley Digital Seismic Network temperature, electromagnetic and strain data.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://quake.geo.berkeley.edu/ncedc/ncedc.access.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: If you use data from the Northern California Earthquake Data Center, you should provide proper acknowledgement of the data source.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Patrick	Colgan	M	Dr	Northeastern University, Department of Geology	pcolgan@lynx.neu.edu	14 Holmes Hall	Boston	MA	02115-5096				
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Title: A Virtual Geological Field Trip to Iceland	Keywords: Geology,Structural geology	Description: This site offers a virtual field trip to Iceland, which is located in the North Atlantic Ocean, half way between Greenland and Norway. Seventeen destinations are featured; each one offering information about the geologic formation of the features found there, including fiords, alluvial fans,and glaciers, and volcanic features such as cinder cones, lava flows, lava tubes and lava fissures.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.casdn.neu.edu/~geology/department/staff/colgan/iceland/welcome.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Dave	Bazard			College of the Redwoods, Earth Science	Dave-Bazard@Eureka.Redwoods.cc.ca.us	Physical Sciences Building 111B	Eureka	CA	95501				
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Title: Geology of the Smith River: A Virtual Trip Through The Josephine Ophiolite	Keywords: Geology,Structural geology	Description: This trip will take you through one of the world's best exposures of oceanic lithosphere (ophiolite). It begins in the mantle (peridotite) and works upward to pillow basalts and overlying sediments. A general overview of the formation and interpretation of an ophiolite is provided as background material to the specific examples found at the Smith River location in northern California.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://online.redwoods.cc.ca.us/depts/science/earth/smith/smith.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Bruce	Herbert			Texas A and M University, Geology and Geophysics	herbert@geopsun.tamu.edu	Mail Stop 3115	College Station	TX	77843				
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Title: Texas Hill Country Virtual Field Trip	Keywords: Geology,Structural geology	Description: The objective of the Texas Hill Country Virtual Field Trip is to educate visitors to the website about the geology of the hill country in Texas. There are sections on igneous and metamorphic processes, sedimentary processes and the geologic history of the region. Tying it altogether is a virtual hike to Longhorn Caverns, focusing on the intricate features created by the dissolution of limestone and rushing water. These include stalagtites and stalagmites, inverted potholes. draperies, columns, domes and pits.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://geoweb.tamu.edu/faculty/herbert/hillcountryvft/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Paul	Fullagar		Dr	University of North Carolina, Department of Geology	fullagar@unc.edu		Chapel Hill	NC	27599	http://www.geosci.unc.edu/faculty/fullagar/fullagar.html#pagetop			
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Title: UNC Virtual Geology Project	Keywords: Geology,Structural geology	Description: This is the University of North Carolina Geology Department's "Virtual Geology Project" home page. This educational resource will eventually feature an extensive offering of over 20 "virtual field trips" to various locations of geological and environmental interest in North Carolina. Currently there are trips to Diabase Dikes in Chapel Hill, Mount Airy Granite Quarry, Pilot Mountain, and Stone Mountain. Each trip provides an overview of the geology of the region including rock types, geologic structures and supported by maps and photos.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geolab.unc.edu/Petunia/VG/homepage.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: These pages contain copyrighted material which is solely for the use of the individual viewer. Copying any images, graphics, or text is expressly prohibited. All rights reserved (1997).
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Geosphere	consultants@geosphereinc.com	124 N Auburn Road	Auburn	MI	48611		517-662-6149		
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Title: Introduction to Seismic Exploration	Keywords: Geophysics	Description: This web site provides a brief introduction to the process of seismic exploration. Included are a definition of seismic exploration, a listing of possible applications of seismic methods, definitions of seismic reflection and refraction, and an explanation of data processing with seismic methods. The text descriptions are accompanied by visualizations helping to aid the reader in their understanding of the concepts discussed.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geosphereinc.com/seismic.htm
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright ©1990-2001 by Geosphere Inc
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Naval Pacific Meteorological and Oceanography Center, Joint Typhoon Warning Center		425 Luapele Rd.	Pearl Harbor	HI	96860	http://199.10.200.33/	808-471-0004		
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Title: U.S. Departments of the Navy and the Air Force: Joint Typhoon Warning Center Products	Keywords: Natural hazards,Atmospheric science	Description: This web site is home to The Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC). Jointly operated by the U.S. Department of the Navy, and the U.S. Department of the Air Force, the JTWC monitors, analyzes, and forecasts tropical cyclone genesis, development, and movement across more than 100 million square miles of the Pacific and Indian Oceans, from the west coast of the Americas to the east coast of Africa. Accessible information includes current bulletins on significant tropical weather advisories in the Western Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean, tropical cyclone occurrence or climatology tables for the Western North Pacific Ocean, the Southern Indian Ocean, the South Pacific Ocean, and the North Indian Ocean, and current and archived satellite imagery of the Western Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.npmoc.navy.mil/jtwc.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The information on this site is considered public information unless specifically annotated and may be freely distributed or copied. This information should not be modified in content and then presented as copyrighted material. As required by 17 U.S. Code section 403, third parties producing works consisting predominantly of the material appearing in NPMOC/JTWC web sites must provide notice in the subsequent published material that there is NPMOC/JTWC incorporated material and data is not subject to copyright protection and can be freely used by the public.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): VHP WWW Team				U.S. Geological Survey	vhpweb@volcanoes.usgs.gov		Menlo Park	CA					
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Title: U. S. Geological Survey Volcano Hazards Program	Keywords: Geology	Description: A comprehensive overview of the U.S. Geological Survey's Volcano Hazards Program and current volcanic activity in the United States. The Volcano Hazards Program monitors volcanoes and collects the best possible scientific information on volcanoes in the United States and elsewhere to reduce the risk from volcanic activity. Site includes links to the Program's four volcano observatories in Alaska, the Cascades (Washington State) , Hawaii, and Long Valley (California). Other links include information on volcano hazards: types, effects, locations and historical eruptions, information on reducing volcanic risks, volcano monitoring, emergency planning, and warning schemes. Other resources available are a photoglossary, volcano fact sheets and videos, an educator's page, and updates and weekly reports on worldwide, U.S., and Russian volcano activity.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Francis	Jones			The University of British Columbia, Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences	fjones@eos.ubc.ca	6339 Stores Road	Vancouver	British Columbia	V6T 1Z4	http://www.geop.ubc.ca/~jones/fjhome.html			Canada
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Title: Case Histories in Applied Geophysics	Keywords: Geophysics	Description: This site is designed as a reference resource for case histories in applied geophysics. Sorted first by geophysical method, including gravity, magnetics, seismic methods, DC resistivity - induced polarization and SP, electromagnetics, GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar), and inversion methods, each section is then broken down into three additional sections. 1. Summaries from the literature compiled for teaching purposes. These are usually short summaries of one part of a journal article, with one or two relevant figures. 2. Case histories written at the University of British Columbia. 3. Links to case histories at other web sites, often from companies that perform contract work, or manufacture equipment or software.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.science.ubc.ca/~eoswr/geop/appgeop/ch-list.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Trimble Navigation	pr@trimble.com	645 N. Mary Avenue	Sunnyvale	CA	94086		408-481-7808		
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Title: How GPS works	Keywords: Technology	Description: This web site provides a tutorial on how the Global Positioning System (GPS) works. Triangulation from satellites is covered in detail, including measuring distance from a satellite, accurate timing and satellite positions. How errors in signal transmission are corrected and differential GPS are also presented.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.trimble.com/gps/howworks/aa_hw1.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: 1996 - 2001 Trimble Navigation Limited
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Paronti	Asher	M.	Dr	Pamona College, Department of Geology	Pasher@pomona.edu		Claremont	CA					
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Alexis	Beard	A.		Pomona College, Department of Geology	Abeard@pomona.edu		Claremont	CA					
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Title: Petrology and Plate Tectonics	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology,Structural geology,Geology	Description: This web site is intended as a teaching aid to provide educators with a useful visual aid to support their lecture on how petrology and plate tectonics are related. It contains links to detailed information on geographic locations, petrographic, geochemical, and petrogenetic information on the most common igneous rock associations. These associations include ocean floor basalts, intra-plate oceanic basalts, island arc volcanics, continental flood basalts, and continental magmatic arc volcanics.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geology.pomona.edu/PETRO/petro.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): David	Sandwell	T	Dr	Scripps Institution of Oceanography	sandwell@geosat.ucsd.edu		LaJolla	CA					
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Title: Measured and Estimated Seafloor Topography: Land Topography from GTOPO30	Keywords: Physical geography	Description: This web site displays two "clickable" maps - one topographic, and the other a Ship Track Each of 16 regions on the maps displays measured and estimated seafloor topography. A poster of the images can be ordered for a fee. Links to related sites are also provided.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://topex.ucsd.edu/marine_topo/mar_topo.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1997, David T. Sandwell
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): David	Sandwell	T	Dr	Scripps Institution of Oceanography	ginny@gdcsun1.ucsd.edu	9500 Gilman Drive	La Jolla,	CA	92093-0223				
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Title: Marine Gravity from Satellite Altimetry	Keywords: Technology,Physical geography	Description: This web site displays a global marine gravity map, produced from satellite altimetry, that has been sectioned into 16 clickable regions. A color poster of the map can be ordered for a fee.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://topex.ucsd.edu/marine_grav/mar_grav.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Greg	Boutin		Dr	University of Oregon, Electronic Universe Project	nuts@moo.uoregon.edu		Eugene	OR	97403				
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Title: Plate Tectonics	Keywords: Geology,Geophysics	Description: This site provides an introduction to plate tectonics using color maps and text descriptions. Links are also provided for maps of recent earthquakes in the western United States, the world and in the Los Angeles area.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://zebu.uoregon.edu/1996/ph123/l13a.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Mark	Francek		Dr	Central Michigan University, Department of Geography	Mark.Francek@cmich.edu	Dow 285	Mount Pleasant	MI	48859		517-774-7617		
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Title: Resources for Earth Science and Geography Instruction	Keywords: Environmental science,Geology,Physical geography,Atmospheric science,Natural hazards,Climatology,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web site acts as a clearinghouse for earth science and environmental science information. The links are organized around the sequence of topics typically taught in an introductory earth science or physical geography class. Links are also available for environmental science, earth science/geography education, career opportunities, and more. The sites selected are based on image quality, ease with which lesson plans can be developed, organization, authenticity, scope, and format. A weekly email service featuring reviews of web-based resources is offered.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://personal.cmich.edu/~franc1m/homepage.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): David	Barthelmy				dbarthelmy@webmineral.com								
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Title: Crystallography	Keywords: Chemistry,Mineralogy or petrology,Physics	Description: This site is a link from a mineralogy database hosted by webmineral.com. It provides information a crystallography classification system, which is composed of 32 classes of symmetry derived from observations of the external crystal form. The thirty-two crystal classes are summarized by symmetry elements in a table which has links to 1)example crystal images within the crystallography, 2) stereo crystal images and mineral listings of each group and class, and 3) animated crystal examples on the individual crystal classes for detailed study.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://webmineral.com/crystall.shtml
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1998, 1999, 2000 by David Barthelmy
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Cliff	Ford	E	Dr	University of Edinburgh, Department of Geology and Geophysics	cliff.ford@ed.ac.uk		Edinburgh, Scotland		EH9 3JY				
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Title: Siccar Point Preview	Keywords: Geology,Structural geology	Description: This web site is intended to provide a pre-excursion introduction to Siccar Point, on the coast of Scotland. Information on the geologic history of the site is provided using illustrations of plate locations, trenches and tilting over time. Color photographs further illustrate the rock formations found there, including sedimentary structures, such as sandstones and breccia.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.glg.ed.ac.uk/courses/field/siccarpt/index.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): John	Anderson		Dr	Rice University, Department of Geology	glacier@www.glacier.rice.edu		Houston	TX	77202				
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Title: Ice	Keywords: Cryology,Geology	Description: This web site provides an introduction to glaciers and the study of glaciers. Topics addressed include, what is a glaciologist, what is a glacier, how do glaciers form and change the landscape. The occurrence of glaciers in temperate, subpolar and polar regions is presented, as is information on the Antarctic ice sheet.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.glacier.rice.edu/land/5_tableofcontents.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				University of Calgary, Department of Geology and Geophysics	department@geo.ucalgary.ca	2500 University Drive, Northwest	Calgary	Alberta	T2N 1N4		403-220-5841		Canada
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Title: Measuring Strike and Dip from Outcrop	Keywords: Geology	Description: This site offers images with brief explanatory text that illustrate a method for measuring strike and dip from outcrop using a Brunton compass.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://roxy.geo.ucalgary.ca/glgy203/images/sd.htm
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: (c) the University of Calgary
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Jim	Locke		Dr	Montana State University, Department of Earth Sciences	wlocke@montana.edu		Bozeman	MT	59717-3480	http://www.homepage.montana.edu/~ueswl/	406-994-6918		
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Title: Glaciers and Glacial Geology: A Hypertext for the Appreciation of Glaciers, and How They Work	Keywords: Cryology,Geology	Description: This hypertext begins with an introductory overview of the major topics in glaciology and glacial geology. Each topic is linked to a Web page intended to discuss that topic at a level appropriate for first-year university students. Those pages are linked where appropriate to recognize the intimate interrelationships among topics, rather than linear connections between them. Each page allows the option to continue upward into a more advanced discussion of the topic at hand or onward into discussion of the next topic at the same level. Topics covered include: systems: budget and flow, morphology and classification, glaciers with space and with time, erosional and depositional processes and landscapes, meltwater, pro- and paraglacial environments, eustasy and isostasy.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://gemini.oscs.montana.edu/~geol445/hyperglac/index.htm
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Don	Reed		Dr	San Jose State University	dreed@geosun1.sjsu.edu		San Jose	CA					
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Title: General Oceanography	Keywords: Biological oceanography,Chemical oceanography,Physical oceanography	Description: Designed for students in a general oceanography college course, this web site provides links to on-line expeditions in oceanography. Topics include marine resources, visualizing beneath the sea, global circulation and the California current, and marine ecosystems. Additional resources include a guide to the Mountains to Monsoons CD, a field trip guide to the Monterey Bay Aquarium and supporting information for a voyage to the San Francisco Bay-Estuary-Delta area. Links to News of the Week and Broadcast of the week provide up-to-date information on marine-related issues.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://geosun1.sjsu.edu/~dreed/105.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: ©Copyright 2000
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)	info@strategies.org	1600 Wilson Blvd., Suite 901	Arlington	VA	22209	http://www.strategies.org	703-312-0823	703-312-8657	
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Title: Potential Consequences of Climate Variability and Change	Keywords: Climatology	Description: This series of learning activities examines the potential impacts of climate variability and change on agriculture, coastal areas, forests, human health, and water. Specific impacts addressed include: El Nino, biodiversity, hurricanes, ocean warming and loss of coral reefs, and malaria. Twelve learning modules (10 printed and 2 online) comprise the series. There is an overview of global warming for grades 1-4; the remaining modules are for grades 5-12.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.strategies.org/Climate.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: These materials may be freely used. It is requested that credit be given to the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies. (IGES)
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): David	Barthelmy				dbarthelmy@webmineral.com								
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Title: Minerals by Chemical Composition - title enhanced by cataloger	Keywords: Chemistry,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This resource presents a table of minerals listed by chemical composition. Each mineral in the table is linked to a detailed description, including the naturally occurring isotopes of each mineral, and the mineral species that contain the element.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://webmineral.com/chemical.shtml
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1998, 1999, 2000 by David Barthelmy
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): David	Barthelmy				dbarthelmy@webmineral.com								
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Title: Mineral Images -title enhanced by cataloger	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This site has digital images of several hundred mineral specimens; arranged alphabetically. Two views are offered, a large picture and a thumbnail.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://webmineral.com/specimens.shtml
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1998, 1999, 2000 by David Barthelmy. These mineral photos are copyrighted by their owners and may not be used without permission.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U. S. Geological Survey	webmaster@ehznorth.wr.usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of California, Berkeley, Seismological Laboratory		202 McCone Hall	Berkeley	CA	94720-4760		(510) 642-3977	(510) 643-5811	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				California Institute of Technology		1200 East California Blvd.	Pasadena	VA	91125		(626) 395-6919	(626) 564-0715	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of California, San Diego				CA					
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of Reno, Seismological Laboratory			Reno	NV	89557		(775) 784-4975	(775) 784-1833	
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Title: Recent Earthquakes in California and Nevada	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: An index map of recent earthquakes in California and Nevada shows earthquakes that have occurred within the last hour, the last day and the last week. The map is updated within 1-5 minutes of an earthquake or, otherwise, once an hour. By clicking on a specific earthquake, detailed magnitude, location, time and depth data can be contained and a smaller-scale view of the area can be displayed.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://quake.usgs.gov/recenteqs/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The pages on this site are the product of the United States Federal Government and are not subject to copyright. Therefore, no further permission is required to copy these pages, print them out, reuse them, distribute them, or provide links to them. We do request that proper credit be given to the USGS as the source of the information.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): Beverly	Lynds	T		University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, Unidata Program Center, Skymath Liaison	blynds@unidata.ucar.edu	P.O. Box 3000	Boulder	CO	80307-3000				
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Title: About Rainbows	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Physics	Description: This tutorial on rainbows uses visual diagrams and links to classroom deomonstrations to illustrate how rainbows are formed. The explanation covers supernumerary arcs, double rainbows, reflection rainbows, and lunar rainbows. There is a list of references.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/staff/blynds/rnbw.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Western Region						http://wrgis.wr.usgs.gov/index.html			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Jenda	Johnson			United States Geological Survey	jenda@usgs.gov								
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Title: Viewing Lava Safely - Common Sense is Not Enough	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This page is designed to educate visitors about safety in preparation for visiting Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii. The volcano has been erupting almost continuously since 1983. Although it is noted for its approachable lava flows, this volcano undergoes many changes that can be unpredictable and life threatening. Without knowledge of the landscape and the processes that form it, visitors can find themselves in dangerous, even deadly, situations. Understanding volcanic hazards and taking the right equipment are keys to safely exploring volcanic landscapes. A map of recent lava flows is included.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://geopubs.wr.usgs.gov/fact-sheet/fs152-00/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Dale	Sawyer			Rice University, Department of Geology	dale@rice.edu	6100 Main St	Houston	TX	77005-1892				
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Title: Discovering Plate Boundaries	Keywords: Geology,Geophysics	Description: This web site focuses on the properties of tectonic plates and their boundaries. The activity has students work in groups to explore a set of maps that represent the age of the ocean crust, satellite gravity, topography, earthquake epicenters, recent volcanism, and plate boundaries.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://zephyr.rice.edu/plateboundary/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): Nicole	Barrow			Pearson Education Companies, Prentice Hall, Inc.		One Lake Street	Upper Saddle River	NJ	07458	http://vig.prenhall.com/	201-236-6756	201-236-3290	
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Title: Exploring Earth	Keywords: Geology	Description: This is the home page for the World Wide Web on-line study guide of the textbook Exploring Earth, by Davidson, Reed and Davis. The 16 chapters covered in this study guide are: The Changing Planet; Earth: Origin and Composition; Minerals: The Building Blocks of Rocks; The Cornerstones of Geology: Rocks; Earth Processes: Physical Principles; Plate Tectonics; Deformation Earthquakes and Formation of Geologic Structures; Divergent Plate Margins and the Ocean Floor; Plates That Collide: Convergent Margins; The Conservative Boundary: Transform Plate Margins; Plate Interiors; The Formation of Sediment: Weathering; Sedimentary Systems: Transportation and Deposition of Sediments; Geomorphology: The Study of Landforms; Geologic Hazards and the Environment; and Earth's Resources. The site provides questions about each of the chapters in the book. The teacher and students can register with the site so that the answers provided by the students are automatically electronically forwarded to the teacher (and or Teaching Assistant). Each chapter has a set of true or false questions, a set of multiple choice questions, a set of review questions, and several further investigation questions with links to web sites with supporting information. The answers submitted for the multiple choice and true or false sections are automatically graded and the results are returned to the user immediately.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://cw.prenhall.com/davidson/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 2000-2001 by Prentice-Hall, Inc. A Pearson Company. This Web Site and its contents are the property of Prentice Hall, and/or its subsidiaries, affiliates, or assigns, which is part of the Pearson Education family (collectively "Pearson Education"). The site and its contents are protected, without limitation, pursuant to U.S. and foreign copyright and trademark laws. By accessing this Web Site, you agree to the following terms and conditions. You are authorized to download one copy of the material on this Web Site on one computer for your personal, non-commercial use only. In doing so, you may not remove or in any way alter any trademark, copyright, or other proprietary notice. You may not modify, copy, distribute, republish, commercially exploit, or upload any of the material on this Web Site without the prior written consent of Pearson Education. No intellectual property or other rights in and to this Web Site, other than the limited right to use set forth above, are transferred to you.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U. S. Geological Survey, Earthquake Hazards Program - Northern California		345 Middlefield Rd.	Menlo Park	CA	94035		650-329-4668	650-329-5163	
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Title: Big Earthquakes in California-Nevada	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: Magnitude 3 and greater earthquakes recorded for the last week in California or Nevada are listed providing data on magnitude, date, time, location and depth. Small-scale maps are available for each earthquake.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://quake.usgs.gov/recenteqs/Quakes/quakes.big.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The pages on this site are the product of the United States Federal Government and are not subject to copyright. Therefore, no further permission is required to copy these pages, print them out, reuse them, distribute them, or provide links to them. We do request that proper credit be given to the USGS as the source of the information.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U. S. Geological Survey		345 Middlefield Rd.	Menlo Park	CA	94035		650-329-4668	650-329-5163	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of California, Berkeley, Seismological Laboratory		202 McCone Hall	Berkeley	CA	94720-4760		510-642-3977	510-643-5811	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of Nevada			Reno	NV	89557		775-784-4975	775-784-1833	
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Title: Recent Earthquakes in California and Nevada; Long Valley Special Map	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: This map of the Long Valley, California area displays earthquake locations for the latest week, day, and hour. The user can view detailed information on the time, date, magnitude, location and depth of a specific earthquake. Earthquake information is updated within 5 minutes of an actual event or, otherwise, once an hour. The information is provided by the U. S. Geological Survey-University of California, Berkeley-University of Reno Seismic Net.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://quake.usgs.gov/recenteqs/Maps/Long_Valley.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The pages on this site are the product of the United States Federal Government and are not subject to copyright. Therefore, no further permission is required to copy these pages, print them out, reuse them, distribute them, or provide links to them. We do request that proper credit be given to the USGS as the source of the information.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				WGBH, Public Broadcasting Service, NOVA	nova@wgbh.org	1320 Braddock Place	Alexandria	VA	22314	http://www.pbs.org/index.html	703-739-5000		
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Title: Birth of the Himalaya	Keywords: Structural geology,Geology	Description: This is an on line article about the formation of the Himalayan Mountains. The article provides a summary of plate tectonics, a description of continental plates and mountain building processes, and a discussion of the future of the Himalaya. The article is illustrated and contains links to a map of the Indian subcontinent and an animation of the formation of the Himalaya.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/everest/earth/birth.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © Updated November 2000. This site is owned and operated by the WGBH Educational Foundation. No material from wgbh.org or any Web site owned, operated, licensed or controlled by WGBH may be copied, reproduced, republished, uploaded, posted, transmitted, or distributed in any way, except that you may download one copy of the materials on any single computer for your personal, non-commercial home use only, provided you keep intact all copyright and other proprietary notices. Modification of the materials or use of the materials for any other purpose is a violation of WGBH's copyright and other proprietary rights. The use of any such material on any other Web site or networked computer environment is prohibited. All trademarks, servicemarks, and trade names are proprietary to WGBH Educational Foundation or Public Broadcasting Service or the owners of such trademarks, servicemarks, or trade names.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Birgit	Müller		Dr	University of Karlsruhe, Geophysical Institute, World Stress Map Office	wsm@gpi.uni-karlsruhe.de	Hertzstrasse 16	Karlsruhe		D-76187		49-0-721-608-4621	49-0-721-71173	Germany
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Oliver	Heidbach		Dr	University of Karlsruhe, Geophysical Institute, World Stress Map Office	wsm@gpi.uni-karlsruhe.de	Hertzstrasse 16	Karlsruhe,		D-76187		49-0-721-608-4609	49-0-721-71173	Germany
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): John	Reinecker		Dr	University of Karlsruhe, Geophysical Institute, World Stress Map Office	wsm@gpi.uni-karlsruhe.de	Hertzstrasse 16	Karlsruhe,		D-76187		49-0-721-608-4596	49-0-721-71173	Germany
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Title: World Stress Map Project	Keywords: Geology	Description: The World Stress Map (WSM) is one of the fundamental geo-databases. It is maintained and extended at the Geophysical Institute of Karlsruhe University as the research project "Weltkarte der tektonischen Spannungen" of the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities. The WSM database contains information on the contemporary tectonic stress state (e.g. orientation and magnitude) in the Earths crust. The WSM was originally compiled by a group headed by Mary Lou Zoback as part of the International Lithosphere Program (ILP). Stress data can be downloaded, viewed using WSM maps, or used to generate custom maps with the WSM CASMO map-making software.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www-wsm.physik.uni-karlsruhe.de/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The World Stress Map database is freely available to any interested parties for academic and/or industrial applications. Please cite the reference if maps or data are used in publication.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Ken	Macdonald	C.	Dr	University of California, Santa Barbara, Department of Geological Sciences	ken@magic.geol.ucsb.edu	Webb Hall 2017	Santa Barbara	CA	93106	http://magic.geol.ucsb.edu/~ken/	805-893-4005	805-893-2314	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Scientific American	lhertz@sciam.com	415 Madison Avenue	New York	NY	10017		212-451-8546	212-980-3062	
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Title: The Mid-Ocean Ridge	Keywords: Physical oceanography,Structural geology	Description: This page is an online article that describes the Mid-Ocean Ridge which is the longest mountain chain, the most active volcanic area and until recently, the least accessible region on the earth. It focuses on sea floor spreading, with particular emphasis on the non-rigid discontinuities that break the ridge into segments and how those segments form and evolve.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://magic.geol.ucsb.edu/~ken/sciam.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1990 by Scientific American, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission inquiries and requests to reprint material from the pages of the magazine must be made in writing, VIA FAX OR MAIL ONLY. Requests for permission to make photocopies of articles for classroom distribution must be made in writing (via fax, mail, or email). Photocopy rights are hereby granted by Scientific American, Inc., to libraries and others registered with the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) to photocopy articles in the printed version of SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN for the fee of $3.50 per copy of each article plus $.50 per page. Such clearance does not extend to the photocopying of articles for promotion or other commercial purposes.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				University of Leicester, Department of Geography				Leicester	LE1 7RH		0116-252-3839	0116-252-3854	UK
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Title: Virtual Field Course	Keywords: Geology,Technology	Description: This is the main web site for The Virtual Field Course project. The site provides free software and educational resources to support fieldwork and handling of field data in the UK higher educational sector. This includes a series of software components for visualizing and interacting with spatial information, and a collection of project ideas that use the software and data.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geog.le.ac.uk/vfc/about/index.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				University of California at Santa Barbara, Institute for Crustal Studies	webmaster@crustal.ucsb.edu	1140 Girvetz Hall	Santa Barbara	CA	93106				
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Title: Earthquake Quiz	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: This web site provides a short, interactive, four-question quiz on earthquakes focusing the the largest earthquake in both the world and in recent US history, preparedness, and the development of seismic instrumentation.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.crustal.ucsb.edu/ics/understanding/quiz/question1.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				University of California at Santa Barbara, Institute for Crustal Studies	webmaster@crustal.ucsb.edu	1140 Girvetz Hall	Santa Barbara	CA	93106				
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Title: Earthquake Globe	Keywords: Natural hazards,Geophysics	Description: This web page provides a java animation that shows the distribution of earthquake epicenters from different perspectives. The earthquakes shown were of a magnitude of 5.5 and larger that occurred over a five-year period.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.crustal.ucsb.edu/ics/understanding/globe/globe.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Richard	Naylor	S	Dr	Northeastern University, Department of Geology	nugeology@hotmail.com		Boston	MA	02115		617-373-3181		
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Title: Unconformities in the Grand Canyon	Keywords: Geology	Description: This site depicts selected geological unconformities in the Grand Canyon. The unconformities described are, Point Imperial, Cape Royal, Moran Point Overlook, S. Kaibab Trail, Bright Angel Trail, and River mile 118. For each location, a photo and text points out the rock formations and the angle of the dip.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.casdn.neu.edu/~geology/department/staff/naylor/geo1212/gc_unc.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U.S. Department of the Interior	webteam@ios.doi.gov	1849 C Street, N.W.	Washington, D.C.		20240	http://www.doi.gov/indexj.html	202-208-3100		
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Title: The U.S. Department of the Interior, Natural Hazards	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This United States Department of the Interior site provides links to information on natural hazards. Included are links to information on wildfires, volcanoes, earthquakes, floods, landslides, wildlife diseases, geomagnetism, storms and tsunamis, and other hazards.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.doi.gov/nathaz/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				University of California at Santa Barbara, Institute for Crustal Studies	webmaster@crustal.ucsb.edu	1140 Girvetz Hall	Santa Barbara	CA	93106				
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Title: Introduction to Elastic Rebound Animation	Keywords: Geophysics	Description: This web site provides a general introduction to elastic rebound theory. An animation shows how the earth is gradually distorted about the fault, in response to distant forces, eventually leading to sudden slip or displacement along the fault--what we call an earthquake.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.crustal.ucsb.edu/ics/understanding/elastic/intro-rebound.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				University of California at Santa Barbara, Institute for Crustal Studies	webmaster@crustal.ucsb.edu	1140 Girvetz Hall	Santa Barbara	CA	93106				
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Title: A Brief History of Seismology to 1910	Keywords: Geophysics	Description: This site provides a brief history of both scientific and popular beliefs and knowledge of seismology; from ancient theories to 1910.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.crustal.ucsb.edu/ics/understanding/history/history1.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Eric	Frost		Dr	San Diego State University, Department of Geological Sciences	eric.frost@geology.sdsu.edu	5500 Campanile Dr.	San Diego	CA	92182-1020	http://www.geology.sdsu.edu/faculty/fac_bio/frost.html			
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Title: Visualizing Earth UCSD	Keywords: Educational theory and practice,Technology	Description: "Visualizing Earth" addresses four primary goals: 1) Promote fundamental research in cognition and visualization, 2) Adapt existing GIS technology and data sources for ease of use in schools, 3) Develop model curriculum at the middle school level to support cognition and visualization research, and 4) Support implementation of national education standards in science, math and geography. The organization's website offers links to a variety of images, including the Salton Sea, Mount Shasta and other volcanoes, and the Aral Sea; and links to papers on visualization.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://visearth.ucsd.edu/
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				University of California at Santa Barbara, Institute for Crustal Studies	webmaster@crustal.ucsb.edu	1140 Girvetz Hall	Santa Barbara	CA	93106				
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Title: Mark Twain and the October 8, 1865, San Francisco Earthquake	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This web site provides a written account of the October 8, 1965 San Francisco earthquake by the American author, Mark Twain.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.crustal.ucsb.edu/ics/understanding/accounts/twain.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U. S. Geological Survey, Earthquake Hazards Program - Northern California		345 Middlefield Rd.	Menlo Park	CA	94035		650-329-4668	650-329-5163	
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Title: All Earthquakes in California-Nevada	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: Magnitude, date, location, time and depth information is provided for earthquakes recorded during the last week in California and Nevada. Small-scale map displays are available for individual events. This website provides an up-to-date information of all earthquakes recorded for the last week in California or Nevada. It provides data on magnitude, date, time, location and depth. Small-scale maps are available for each earthquake.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://quake.usgs.gov/recenteqs/Quakes/quakes0.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The pages on this site are the product of the United States Federal Government and are not subject to copyright. Therefore, no further permission is required to copy these pages, print them out, reuse them, distribute them, or provide links to them. We do request that proper credit be given to the USGS as the source of the information.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Rosanne	Fortner	W	Dr	Ohio State University, College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, School of Natural Resources	Fortner.2@osu.edu	2021 Coffey Rd, 383 Kottman Hall	Columbus	OH	43210	http://www.ag.ohio-state.edu/~natres/faculty/fortner.html	614-292-9826		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Vic	Mayer		Dr	Ohio State University (Retired)	mayer.4@osu.edu			OH		http://www.ag.ohio-state.edu/~earthsys/mayer.html			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): webmaster				Ohio State University	lee.1139@osu.edu		Columbus	OH					
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Title: Earth Systems Education	Keywords: Ecology,Geology,Hydrology	Description: The Earth Systems Education (ESE) program, centered at The Ohio State University and the University of Northern Colorado, is part of an effort to restructure the nation’s science curriculum. ESE focuses on infusing Earth systems concepts into the curriculum. Visitors to the ESE site can link to a variety of internet-based learning activities, slide shows and publications. Many activities address issues related to the Great Lakes. There are also numerous links to sites with downloadable real time data.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://earthsys.ag.ohio-state.edu/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 3	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Water Webserver Team	h2oinfo@usgs.gov		Reston	VA		http://water.usgs.gov/team/h2o_team.html			
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Title: Real-Time Water Data	Keywords: Hydrology	Description: This site provides access to streamflow data for USGS (United States Geological Survey) streamflow monitoring sites around the United States. The data can be searched using an interactive map or by state. Most stations report Station Number, Station Name, long-term median flow, present flow stage, present water temperature, and the date and time of the last entry. Most stations also have stream flow statistics for the period of record including the latest flow, minimum flow, maximum flow, mean flow, and exceedance probabilities. Many stations also have links to the station description, annual peak streamflow data, and other historical data.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://water.usgs.gov/realtime.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law. You are welcome to make a link to any of the Web pages USGS has published on the Internet. There is no need to request permission. Use of the USGS visual identifier (logo) is restricted to official publications. We will identify material we use from sources outside of USGS, and request others do the same when using information published by USGS. Credit can be provided by including on the page (or via a link to a credits page) a citation such as:Credit: U. S. Geological Survey U. S. Geological Survey/photo by Jane Doe (if the artist is known)USGS/Ft. Collins, CO (if originating office but not the artist is known)
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Greg	Houseman		Dr	Monash University, Deparment of Earth Sciences	greg@earth.monash.edu.au	VIEPS Dept. Earth Sciences	Melbourne, Australia		VIC 3168	http://www.earth.monash.edu.au/Department/greg_houseman.html	+61-39-905-4895	+61-39-905-4903	
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Title: The Dynamic Earth: Earth Sciences at Monash University	Keywords: Structural geology	Description: This page contains several animated GIFs illustrating how the Earth is moving on many different scales. Topics include the dispersal of Gondwanaland, mantle convection, when plates collide, evolution of a fold belt, deformation of sandstones, and motion of atoms in a quartz grain. Captions explaining the processes illustrated are provided for each animation.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.earth.monash.edu.au/OpenDay/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1994-2000, Monash University Department of Earth Sciences.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Tony	Phillips			National Aeronautic and Space Administration, Science@NASA	phillips@spacesciences.com								
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Title: Plate Tectonics on Mars?	Keywords: Space science	Description: This web page is a NASA press release that discusses the finding of magnetic stripes on the surface of Mars and its relation to plate tectonics, e.g. past movement of the Martian crust. Links to other information on Mars are also included.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://science.nasa.gov/newhome/headlines/ast29apr99_1.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The written materials and pictures within the Science @ NASA websites are presented without copyright and are the property of the U. S. Government. While no copyright is asserted for NASA written materials or pictures, you must respect the copyrights on commercial materials, which may, on occasion, be used here by permission. You are encouraged to reuse NASA written materials in web sites, teaching guides, and other publications, but we would like to be notified for our records. To preserve the scientific integrity of the information, we ask that the content not be altered. We also ask that NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center and Science@NASA be credited. The NASA logo and the name Science@NASA are the property of NASA. The NASA logo and the stories and images in the Science@NASA websites may not be used to imply official endorsement of non-NASA activities.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Henry	Ritson		Mr	Chesterwell Management LTD, Amateur Astronomy & Earth Sciences	hal@ecafe.org								
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Title: Moving Mountains: The Story of a Revolution	Keywords: Geology	Description: This is an on-line article introducing plate tectonics. The article discusses the composition of the Earth, the types of crust, mid ocean ridges, plate tectonic theory, and the types of plate margins.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://ds.dial.pipex.com/ritson/earth/plate/index.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © Copyright Henry Ritson. 1996. Information contained in the AAES web site may not be reproduced in any form without prior permission.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Public Broadcasting Service, WNET	programming@thirteen.org	450 West 33rd Street, 6th Floor	New York	NY	10001	http://www.thirteen.org/index.html	212-560-3000		
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Title: Savage Earth: Hell's Crust: Our Everchanging Planet	Keywords: Geology	Description: This is an on-line article from the PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) Savage Earth Series. The article discusses plate tectonics with a focus on mantle convection, plate boundaries, hot spots, and the structure of the Earth. The article is illustrated and contains links to Shockwave animations. Each sidebar provides a summary of the respective topic and some supporting illustrations.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.thirteen.org/savageearth/hellscrust/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: SAVAGE EARTH Web pages copyright © 1998 Educational Broadcasting Corporation. All rights reserved. The contents of these SAVAGE EARTH Web pages are copyrighted under United States and other copyright laws. You may not download, reproduce, transmit, display, distribute or make derivative works from the contents of the SAVAGE EARTH Web pages other than for personal use without the advance written permission of the copyright owner. Any unauthorized use of any of the contents of the SAVAGE EARTH Web pages may result in civil liability and criminal prosecution.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Robert	Tilling	I.		United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Eastern Publications Group	kathiewatson@usgs.gov					http://pubs.usgs.gov/index.html			
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Title: Volcanoes: On-Line Edition	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This web page is the on-line version of a general interest publication prepared by the United States Geological Survey. This page provides a general introduction to volcanoes and volcanology and includes the following topics: the nature of volcanoes; principal types of volcanoes; other volcanic structures; types of volcanic eruptions; submarine volcanoes; geysers, fumaroles, hot springs; volcano environments; plate-tectonics theory; extraterrestrial volcanoes; volcano monitoring and research; volcanoes and people; and suggested readings. Significant illustrations include many photographs of various volcanoes and eruptions, block diagrams of various volcanic systems, a map showing the global distribution of some of the Earth's 500 active volcanoes, and a global map of plate tectonic boundaries. A text-only version is also available.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/volc/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Bruce	Selleck		Dr	Colgate University	bselleck@mail.colgate.edu	Department of Geology	Hamilton	NY	13346	http://offices.colgate.edu/bselleck/	315-228-7949		
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Title: GEOL 210-: Hydrology and Surficial Geology	Keywords: Geology,Hydrology	Description: This site is the homepage for a course on Geology and Surficial Geology at Colgate University. The lecture schedule and reading assignments in the text Geomorphology (3rd edition, Bloom) and Basic Groundwater Hydrology (USGS) are provided, as are web-based exercises connected to off-line labs. Course topics include volcanoes, landslides, fluvial systems, glacieral systems, and soil properties. Additional links to related websites are also available.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://classes.colgate.edu/bselleck/geol210/
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1997 © Colgate University
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Vrije Universiteit, Faculty of Earth Sciences	webmaster@geo.vu.nl	De Boelelaan 1085, 1081 HV	Amsterdam				00-31-20-4447300	00-31-20-6462457	The Netherlands
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Fred	Beekman		Dr	Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Faculty of Earth Sciences	beef@geo.vu.nl	De Boelelaan 1085, 1081 HV	Amsterdam			http://www.geo.vu.nl/~beef/index.htm	31-20-4449801	31-20-6462457	Netherlands
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Title: Tectonics Structural Geology: Structural and Tectonics Software	Keywords: Geology,Structural geology	Description: This is a listing of freeware and low-cost shareware programs with applications in structural geology and tectonics available on the worldwide web. It is part of the Vrije University Earth Sciences Department web site. It has links to software for DOS, Mac, and Windows users.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geo.vu.nl/~tecroot/software.htm
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI)		380 New York Street	Redlands	CA	92373-8100	http://www.esri.com/index.html			
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Title: Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI), GIS and Mapping Software	Keywords: Human geography,Physical geography,Technology	Description: This is the homepage for Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI), a leading Geographic Information System (GIS) software developer and manufacturer, owner of ArcView and ArcInfo software. This site provides a portal to various ESRI support services, such as courses in GIS science, technology and software, examples of GIS maps, downloadable scripts and data, as well as links to standard commercial homepage fare such as ESRI employment opportunities and downloadable software updates. Some of the resources available through this portal may require ESRI software, which is not available as a downloadable file.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.esri.com/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 3	Copyright: Copyright © 1995-2001 ESRI All rights reserved. Published in the United States of America.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Alfred	Ziegler	M.	Dr	The University of Chicago, The Department of the Geophysical Sciences	amz1@midway.uchicago.edu	5734 S. Ellis Avenue	Chicago	IL	60637		773-702-8146	773-702-9505	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): David	Rowley		Dr	The University of Chicago, The Department of the Geophysical Sciences	rowley@geosci.uchicago.edu	5734 S. Ellis Avenue	Chicago	IL	60637		773-702-8102	773-702-0207	
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Title: The Paleogeographic Atlas Project, Subtitle: University Of Chicago	Keywords: Geology,Paleontology,Physical geography	Description: The Atlas Project interprets paleogeography broadly to include all aspects of map reconstruction from paleo-continental orientations and tectonic considerations to the delineation of past topographic or bathymetric contours and the compilation of lithofacies data. In addition they use the reconstructions as base information for studies of past fossil distributions, and for climatic or oceanographic patterns as determined from the fossils, the sediments, and from computer modeling studies. Their team has worked since the plate tectonic paradigm was introduced to compile information mainly from the literature on all aspects of global paleogeography. Moreover, they have pioneered the application of computer technology to paleogeographic map-making. Their web site contains links to paleogeographic maps and animations, a bibliography with selected abstracts, and numerous pages containing information about the data and methods used to create their maps.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://pgap.uchicago.edu/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: This web site and all its contents are copyright 2000, The Paleogeographic Atlas Project. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Stephen	Nelson		Dr	Tulane University, Department of Geology	snelson@tulane.edu	6832 St. Charles Avenue	New Orleans	LA	70118				
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Title: Natural Disaster Information on the Internet	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This problem set, which was developed for an undergraduate level geology course at Tulane University, helps students become familiar with the various types of natural disaster information available on the World Wide Web.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.tulane.edu/~sanelson/geol204/hmwk1.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Barbara	DeFelice		Mr.	Dartmouth University, Kresge Library	barbara.defelice@dartmouth.edu	Physical Sciences Librarian, Kresge Library	Hanover	NH	03755				
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Title: The Electronic Volcano	Keywords: Natural hazards,Geology	Description: The Electronic Volcano offers links to many types of information on active volcanoes, such as maps, photographs, full texts of dissertations and a few elusive documents. The Electronic Volcano will guide you to resources in libraries or resources on other information servers including catalogs of active volcanoes, datasets for literature citations, electronic and hard-copy journals, visual information, maps, observatories and institutions, and a volcano name and country index.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~volcano/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey						http://wrgis.wr.usgs.gov/index.html			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Michael	Clynne	A.		United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Robert	Christiansen	L.		United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Tracey	Felger	J.		United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Peter	Stauffer	H.		United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): James	Hendley, II	W.		United States Geological Survey									
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Title: United States Geological Survey and the National Park Service - Our Volcanic Public Lands: Eruptions of Lassen Peak, California, 1914-1917	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This on-line PDF document is about Lassen Peak, the southernmost active volcano in the Cascade Range. Discussion is on the 1914-1917 series of eruptions that were the last to occur in the Cascades before the 1980 eruption of Mount Saint Helens, Washington. Included is a generalized map of deposits from Lassen Peak's May 1915 eruptions.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://geopubs.wr.usgs.gov/fact-sheet/fs173-98/fs173-98.pdf
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Webmaster				Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, Communications Branch	Ian.Webster@gems1.gov.bc.ca	PO Box 9360 STN PROV GOVT	Victoria, BC		V8W 9M2		250-387-9422	250-356-6464	
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Title: Geomorphological Processes	Keywords: Geology	Description: This site is a service provided by the British Columbia Ministry of Environment, Lands, and Parks. It is the geomorphological processes chapter of the Canadian terrain classification manual. The Terrain Classification System is a scheme designed for the classification of surficial materials, landforms and geomorphological processes. It has been specifically developed to provide an inventory of the terrain features in the landscape and to show their distribution, extent and location. The system is scale independent and provides base data applicable for a wide range of natural resource applications including planning, management, impact assessment and research. The data is conveyed in map form by the use of terrain symbols and is conducive to computer digital storage, management and processing. Site topics: geomorphological process terms and symbols, application of geomorphological processes, and definitions for topics such as erosional processes, fluvial processes, mass movement processes, periglacial processes, deglacial processes, and hydrologic processes.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.elp.gov.bc.ca/rib/wis/terrain/publications/hk/geo.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1999, Queen's Printer for British Columbia. All rights reserved. This material is owned by the Government of British Columbia and protected by copyright law. It may not be reproduced or redistributed for commercial purposes without the prior written permission of the Province of British Columbia. If it is reproduced or redistributed for non-commercial purposes, Crown copyright is to be acknowledged. Permission to reproduce all or part of the material on this web site for commercial purposes, please contact the Intangible Property Program, by: - e-mail at: ipp@mail.qp.gov.bc.ca and fax at: (250) 356-0846.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Stephen	Nelson		Dr	Tulane University, Department of Geology	snelson@tulane.edu	6832 St. Charles Avenue	New Orleans	LA	70118				
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Title: Seismological Exercises	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: This homework exercise, which was designed for an undergraduate level geology class at Tulane University, asks the student to make evaluations about the Loma Prieta Earthquake and other earthquakes using seismograms, time travel curves, maps and other information.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.tulane.edu/~sanelson/geol204/eqexercises.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Holly	Dodson			University of California, San Diego, Visualizing Earth	hdodson@ucsd.edu								
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Title: Earthquakes and Plate Tectonics	Keywords: Geology	Description: This is a lesson plan on plate tectonics provided by Visualizing Earth (University of California, San Diego). The primary goals of this lesson are to help students understand the three types of plate boundaries (convergent, divergent, and transform) and faults (thrust, normal, and strike-slip). The lesson plan is self-contained, with necessary background information and links to a supporting exercise, maps, and diagrams.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://visearth.ucsd.edu/VisE_teach/lessons/EQ+PT_LP.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Rich	Pavlovsky			Jet Propulsion Laboratory	rich@www.jpl.nasa.gov	4800 Oak Grove Drive	Pasadena	CA	91109	http://southport.jpl.nasa.gov/	818-354-4321		
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Title: Rivers	Keywords: Hydrology,Physical geography	Description: This site features pages to more than twenty NASA radar images of the world's major river systems. The image pages contain a brief description of the respective processes and setting, and are available for download. The images were created with the Spaceborne Imaging Radar-C and X-Band Synthetic Aperture Radar (SIR-C/X-SAR) as part of NASA's Mission to Planet Earth. The radars illuminate Earth with microwaves allowing detailed observations at any time, regardless of weather or sunlight conditions. The multi-frequency data will be used by the international scientific community to better understand the global environment and how it is changing.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/radar/sircxsar/rivers.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Images Copyright © 1996 NASDA/MITI. If you wish to publish these images for scientific or educational purposes, no permission is required and there is no charge. Please acknowledge the origin of the data by adding "© NASDA/MITI" below any image published.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				The University of Chicago, The University of Chicago Magazine	uchicago-magazine@uchicago.edu	1313 E. 60th Street	Chicago	IL	60637	http://www.alumni.uchicago.edu/magazine/index.htm	773-702-2163	773-702-2166	
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Title: Mapping a Planet's Restless Past, Subtitle: Continents collide, oceans disappear, deserts ice over, it's everyday news in the history of the world.	Keywords: Geologic time,Geology	Description: This is an article by Andrew Campbell from The University of Chicago Magazine, December 1995. The article is about the Chicago's Paleogeographic Atlas Project, an effort Alfred Ziegler began in 1975 to chart Earth's changing face, from more than 500 million years ago to the present. The article contains four maps from the project: A Permian Supercontinent, Computers Rebuild Climates of the Paleozoic, Birth of an Ocean, and The Aging of the Appalachians. Each of the maps is accompanied by a paragraph describing them in detail.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www2.uchicago.edu/alumni/alumni.mag/9512/9512Mapping.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 2000 University of Chicago. ©2000 The University of Chicago® Magazine.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): Roland	Bürgmann		Dr	University of California, Davis, Department of Geology	gps@geology.ucdavis.edu	174 Physics/Geology Building, One Shields Avenue	Davis	CA	95616-8605		530-752-6808	530-752-0951	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				University of California, Davis, Department of Geology	Webmaster@geology.ucdavis.edu	174 Physics/Geology Building, One Shields Avenue	Davis	CA	95616-8605		530-752-0350	530-752-0951	
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Title: Plate Kinematics	Keywords: Geology	Description: This site contains 10 web pages that were developed by students in a course that is taught around classic papers. It follows the evolution of the plate tectonic paradigm to its most recent advances. It covers geodynamics and the workings of plate tectonics, plate kinematics and plate interaction, reference frames, hot spots, plate motion models, and global geodesy. Each page is based on a classic paper about plate tectonics. The pages summarize the classic papers and also include original sketches and figures and links to related web sites.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www-geology.ucdavis.edu/~GEL102/index.htmlx
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Michelle	Lamberson		Dr	The University of British Columbia , Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences	mlambers@eos.ubc.ca	6339 Stores Road, GLSC Office Block Room 160	Vancouver	BC	V6T 1Z4		604-822-0865	604-822-6088	Canada
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Title: The Wilson Cycle	Keywords: Structural geology	Description: This web page is a series of diagrams illustrating the Wilson Cycle. The diagrams illustrate the rifting of continental crust, the formation of an ocean basin, the formation and subsequent accretion of a volcanic arc, and a continental collision and subsequent suture zone.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.science.ubc.ca/~geol100/lamb/notes/wilson.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Paul	Ciesielski		Dr	University of Florida, Department of Geology	pciesiel@geology.ufl.edu	241 Williamson Hall	Gainesville	FL	32611-2120	http://web.geology.ufl.edu/faculty/Ciesielski.html	352-392-2231	352-392-9294	
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Title: Breaking-Up Pangaea	Keywords: Geologic time,Geology	Description: This web page describes the break up of the supercontinent Pangaea. It discusses the process and consequences of the breakup and provides links to paleomaps showing the distribution of the continents throughout the process.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/pciesiel/dinos/pangaea.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Joseph	Meert		Dr	Geological Survey of Norway	joe.meert.@ngu.no	Leif Eirikssons vei #39	Trondheim		N-7491				NORWAY
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Joseph	Meert		Dr	Indiana State University, Department of Geography Geology and Anthropology	gemeert@scifac.indstate.edu	Science 159 Indiana State University	Terre Haute	IN			812-237-2270	812-237-8029	
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Title: Paleomagnetism - Title enhanced by cataloger	Keywords: Geologic time,Geophysics,Structural geology	Description: This website about paleomagnetism contains images of True Polar Wander, The Cambrian Time Scale, Gondwana, Baltica, Laurentia, Rodinia, Panotia, Pangea, and more. It has links to other paleomag sites, access to Gondwana paleomagnetic database, and a list of publications (some of which have links to web versions).
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://baby.indstate.edu/gga/pmag/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, Communications Branch	www.elpmail@gems2.gov.bc.ca	PO Box 9360 STN PROV GOVT	Victoria	BC	V8W 9M2		250-387-9422	250-356-6464	Canada
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Title: Terrain Classification System for British Columbia: 1997	Keywords: Geology,Structural geology	Description: This web page describes the Terrain Classification System for British Columbia. This provides a scheme designed for the classification of surficial materials, landforms and geomorphological processes. It also provides an inventory of the terrain features in the landscape and to show their distribution, extent and location. The system is scale independent and provides base data applicable for a wide range of natural resource applications including planning, management, impact assessment and research. The data is conveyed in map form by the use of terrain symbols and is conducive to computer digital storage, management and processing. The topics addressed include: texture of surficial materials, surficial materials, surface expression, geomorphological processes, qualifiers, terrain symbols, subclasses and subtypes and on-site symbols. Also included are appendices, which include a glossary of terms, a field determination of texture for sand, silt and clay, a summary of changes made to 1988 terrain manual, and field card of codes.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.elp.gov.bc.ca/rib/wis/terrain/publications/hk/cove1.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1999, Queen's Printer for British Columbia. All rights reserved. This material is owned by the Government of British Columbia and protected by copyright law. It may not be reproduced or redistributed for commercial purposes without the prior written permission of the Province of British Columbia. If it is reproduced or redistributed for non-commercial purposes, Crown copyright is to be acknowledged. Permission to request permission to reproduce all or part of the material on this web site for commercial purposes, please contact the Intangible Property Program, by: - e-mail at: ipp@mail.qp.gov.bc.ca - fax at: (250) 356-0846.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Dan	Smith			The Canadian Geomorphology Research Group, Geological Survey of Canada	smith@uvvm.uvic.ca	601 Booth Street	Ottawa	Ontario	K1A OE8				Canada
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Title: The Canadian Geomorphology Research Group	Keywords: Geology,Physical geography	Description: This is the home page for the Canadian Geomorphology Research Group, CGRG, a national organization dedicated to fostering and promoting the research, teaching and application of geomorphology in Canada. Included is a bibliography of Canadian geomorphology with over 14,000 annotated citations related to the fields of aeolian, applied, coastal, fluvial, glacial, hillslope, karst, periglacial, permafrost and offshore geomorphology. The database also includes records describing Canadian Quaternary/Holocene environments and a substantial body of records related to Canadian hydrology. Also included are recent publications of Canadian geomorphology, a list server directory, and a page of links to a variety of additional information on Canadian geomorphology. For complete access to all of the information on this site, a $15 membership fee (year 2001) per year is required.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://cgrg.geog.uvic.ca/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Calvin	Hamilton	J	Mr	Views of the Solar System	vss@home.com					http://www.solarviews.com/eng/author.htm			
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Title: Earth's Interior and Plate Tectonics	Keywords: Geophysics,Geology	Description: This web page describes the composition and structure of the Earth and the seismic methods used to distinguish the divisions of the Earth's interior. It describes the major characteristics of the inner core, the outer core, the D" layer, the lower mantle, the transition region of the mantle, the upper mantle, the oceanic crust, and the continental crust. It also discusses lithospheric processes and plate tectonics.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.solarviews.com/eng/earthint.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Views of the Solar System Copyright © 1997-2000 by Calvin J. Hamilton. All rights reserved. Copyright © 1995-1997 by Rosanna L. Hamilton. All rights reserved. The material Calvin J. Hamilton produced may not be used to state or imply endorsement by Calvin J. Hamilton of a commercial product service or activity, or used in any other manner that might mislead. The NASA, JPL, USGS, and NGDC images are in the public domain, but please give them credit when using their images. School teachers can use Views of the Solar System materials in their class rooms as long as teachers do not ask for money for the materials. Students my use Views of the Solar System materials in their class reports. Teachers and students must give proper credit when using Views of the Solar System materials. A detailed explanation of copyright and use restrictions is available at http://www.solarviews.com/eng/copyright.htm.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): John	Buchanan		Dr	Eastern Washington University, Department of Geology	jbuchanan@owl.ewu.edu	Mail Stop 70	Cheney	WA	99004	http://www.geology.ewu.edu/jpbpage.htm	509-359-2286	509-359-2213	
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Title: Virtual Mystery Tour of the Spokane Valley - Rathdrum Prairie Aquifer	Keywords: Geology,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: This site is an extensive tutorial and virtual field trip of the Spokane Valley-Rathdrum Prairie aquifer in Washington State. The Spokane Valley-Rathdrum Prairie aquifer is designated a "sole source aquifer" and extends across an area covering about 325 square miles and provides drinking water for nearly 400,000 people. There are fifteen "stops" on the tour. It is suggested that you visit the field trip stops in order, that is, visit the stops in sequence for your best overall understanding of the aquifer system (from upstream to downstream). Each stop on the tour takes you to another web page that describes the highlighted feature, and it may include a photo too. Other pages include: geologic origin, water quantity issues, water quality issues, wellhead protection planning, aquifer modeling, current research, bibliography and references, on-line technical papers, and public education. Links are also included to the Eastern Washington University, Department of Geology, and to the Spokane County Water Quality Management Program.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geology.ewu.edu/ftrips/aquifer/aqtour.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright ©, J.P. Buchanan and the EWU Department of Geology, 1995-2000.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Dale	Ireland	E.	Dr		direland@drdale.com		Silverdale	WA		http://www.drdale.com/index.htm			
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Title: Planet Dale: Dale Ireland's Astronomy Page	Keywords: Space science	Description: This is the home page of Dale Ireland, an amateur astronomer. This web site is a collection of his personal work over the past few years. All of the photographs, images, diagrams, and charts were created by him. The site is divided into the following pages: Home Page, Comet Page, Eclipse Page, Occultation Page, Trivia Page, Photo Page, and Satellite Page. In addition to all of the photos and satellite images, there are downloads of audio from the space station, live weather feeds, viewing predictions and ground track maps for the Space Shuttle, and more.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.drdale.com/index.htm
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: All of the photographs, images, diagrams, and charts may not be used or displayed without written permission, copyright 1997, Dale E. Ireland.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				ThinkQuest Inc.	cybrarian@thinkquest.org					http://www.thinkquest.org/index.html			
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Title: Puzzles of the Earth	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This is a web site designed to provide an introduction to the theory of plate tectonics. It is hosted by The ThinkQuest Library of Entries, a collection of educational web sites designed by participants in the ThinkQuest Contests. In addition to the text, photos, and diagrams, there are several other interactive features like quizzes and games. The site is divided into an interactive section, a guestbook, and five explanatory areas: the Earth structure, plate tectonics, geographical features, effects on humans, and the Pangea theory.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://library.thinkquest.org/17701/high/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 2000 ThinkQuest, Inc. All rights reserved. All education visitors (teachers, educators, and students) who wish to link to the ThinkQuest site and use the materials in classes or intranets are requested to send in a linking notice (record of linkage). Education visitors to these Web pages may download, copy or transmit any portion of the material in the web pages of ThinkQuest, Inc. for informational and non-commercial purposes only. The material may not be used in any publication for profit. Those that wish to link to the ThinkQuest site or a ThinkQuest page for commercial purposes (subscription web site, illustration or text in a book, CD-ROM producer, etc.) need to forward a permission request form to cybrarian@thinkquest.org, with the required fields filled in. (Please check the site to see if credit is given to a source. You would then ask for permission from that source, not ThinkQuest.)
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of California, Berkeley, Museum of Paleontology	webmaster@ucmp1.berkeley.edu	1101 Valley Life Sciences Building	Berkeley	CA	94720-4780	http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu	510-642-1821	510-642-1822	
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Title: Geology: Plate Tectonics	Keywords: Geology	Description: This site is the Plate Tectonics portion of the Geology site from the University of California, Berkeley, Museum of Paleontology. This exhibit has a section devoted to the explanation of the history of plate tectonics and a section that focuses on the mechanisms driving plate tectonics. The mechanisms section discusses convection, mid-oceanic ridges, geomagnetic anomalies, deep sea trenches, and island arcs. The site also contains links to numerous animations illustrating historical plate positions and movements.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/geology/tectonics.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1994, 2001 by The University of California Museum of Paleontology, Berkeley, and the Regents of the University of California. All materials appearing on the UCMP Web Servers (WWW.UCMP.BERKELEY.EDU and UCMP1.BERKELEY.EDU) may not be reproduced or stored in a retrieval system without prior written permission of the publisher and in no case for profit.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Stephen	Nelson			Tulane University, Department of Geology	snelson@tulane,edu	6823 St. Charles Ave	New Orleans	LA	70118				
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Title: Geology 204, Natural Disasters	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This undergraduate level course at Tulane University examines the causes, effects, and options available to mitigate natural disasters, such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, landslides, subsidence, flooding, severe weather, and meteorite impacts. A brief course description links to course lecture notes, homework exercises, and a list of other natural disaster information sites on the World Wide Web.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.tulane.edu/~sanelson/geol204/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Stephen	Nelson		Dr	Tulane University, Department of Geology	snelson@tulane.edu	6823 St. Charles Avenue	New Orleans	LA	70118				
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Title: Mass Wasting Exercises	Keywords: Structural geology,Natural hazards	Description: This homework exercise asks undergraduate geology students at Tulane University to view the National Landslide Hazards Map, published online by the U.S. Geological Survey, and determine what geologic features are present that contribute to high incidence or susceptibility to landslides. Students are also asked to read online articles, and answer questions about the costs of landslides in terms of human casualties, damage to property, litigation and mitigation research. The exercise draws on numerous real-life examples such as the 1956 Portuguese Bend landslide in Los Angeles County, California, and Mettman Ridge, near Coos Bay Oregon.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.tulane.edu/~sanelson/geol204/masswastexercises.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Stephen	Nelson		Dr	Tulane University, Department of Geology	snelson@tulane.edu	6823 St. Charles Avenue	New Orleans	LA	71118				USA
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Title: Volcanological Exercises	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This homework exercise, which builds on knowledge gained in previous homework exercises located at the same site, asks students in an undergraduate class at Tulane University to answer some basic questions about volcanoes, and to determine the volcanic hazards associated with Mt. Rainier, Washington; Montserrat, West Indies; and Long Valley Caldera, California by searching the World Wide Web.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.tulane.edu/~sanelson/geol204/volcanhmwk.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Stephen	Nelson		Dr	Tulane University, Department of Geology	snelson@tulane.edu	6823 St. Charles Avenue	New Orleans	LA	70118				
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Title: Flooding Exercises	Keywords: Natural hazards,Hydrology	Description: This homework exercise, developed for an undergraduate geology course at Tulane University, leads students through the steps involved in determining the probability that a flood of a given discharge will occur in any given year. Students retrieve discharge data from U.S. Geological Services Internet sites for Dry Creek, LA, Rapid Creek, SD and Red River, ND to make their calculations.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.tulane.edu/~sanelson/geol204/hmwk5_00.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Stephen	Nelson		Dr	Tulane University, Department of Geology	snelson@tulane.edu	6823 St. Charles Avenue	New Orleans	LA	70118				
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Title: Weather Exercises	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This homework exercise about severe weather asks students in an undergraduate geology course at Tulane University to use an on-line hurricane-tracking map to plot hurricane coordinates and to answer questions about storm surge and wind speed. Students are also asked to visit some Internet sites and answer questions about tornadoes.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.tulane.edu/~sanelson/geol204/hmwk6_00.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): John	Butler	C	Dr	University of Houston, Department of Geosciences	jbutler@uh.edu	312 SR I	Houston	TX	77204-5502	http://www.uh.edu/~jbutler/professor/butler.html	713-743-3411		
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Title: Distribution of Active Volcanoes Exercise	Keywords: Structural geology	Description: Part of an on-line undergraduate Physical Geology course offered at the University of Houston, this six-week long exercise asks students to gather, chart, interpret and synthesize data on current volcanic events. A brief role playing activity and virtual field trip concludes the exercise.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.uh.edu/~jbutler/physical/exerciselonga.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright by John C. Butler, July 29, 1995
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Robert	Desharnais	A.	Dr	California State University, Los Angeles, Department of Biology and Microbiology	rdeshar@calstatela.edu		Los Angeles	CA	90032-8201	http://vflylab.calstatela.edu/rdeshar/	323-343-2056	323-343-6451	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Gary	Novak			California State University, Los Angeles, Department of Geology	gnovak@calstatela.edu		Los Angeles	CA	90032-8203		323-343-2406		
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Title: Virtual Courseware for Science Education, Subtitle: Geology and Biology Labs Online (title enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Biology,Geology	Description: Virtual Courseware for Science Education is an ongoing project dedicated to developing interactive Web-based activities for the Life and Earth Sciences. This page contains links to activities designed to enhance the learning and teaching of scientific principles. There are links to biology labs on-line and geology labs on-line. There is no cost for the geology labs. There is a free trial period available for the biology labs.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://vcourseware3.calstatela.edu/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 3	Copyright: Copyright © 1999 Virtual Courseware for Science Education.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Allen	Glazner		Dr	University of North Carolina, Department of Geological Sciences	afg@unc.edu	Campus Box 3315, Mitchell Hall	Chappel Hill	NC	27599-3315				
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Title: Atlas of Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks, Minerals and Textures	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: A detailed set of images that provide background for the study of igneous and metamorphic minerals, rocks and textures.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geolab.unc.edu/Petunia/IgMetAtlas/mainmenu.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Carolina	Lithgow-Bertelloni		Dr	University of Michigan, Department of Geological Sciences	crlb@umich.edu	2534 C.C. Little Building, 425 E. University Avenue	Ann Arbor	MI	48109-1063	http://geo.lsa.umich.edu/~crlb/COURSES/270/office.html	734-647-9938	734-763-4690	
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Title: Plate Tectonics	Keywords: Geology	Description: This is the home page for the Plate Tectonics class at the University of Michigan. The home page contains links to notes on each of the class lectures. There are notes for 19 topics under the categories of History, Phenomenology, Kinematics, and Dynamics. This is a very extensive and easily navigable coverage of plate tectonics. Each lecture is well illustrated and many contain links to related information or references to important papers.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geo.lsa.umich.edu/~crlb/COURSES/270/gs270.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Jon	Stackhouse		Mr	Conemaugh Valley Jr./Sr. High School	jstackh+@pitt.edu					http://www.pitt.edu/~jstackh/index.html			
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Title: Plates of the Earth	Keywords: Geology	Description: This web page is the first in a sequence of seven that describe the process of plate tectonics. One page introduces the concept of plates on the surface of the Earth. The next page describes the make-up of the Earth. The third, fourth, and fifth pages explain convergent, divergent, and transform boundaries respectively. Almost every concept introduced has an accompanying illustration.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.pitt.edu/~jstackh/plates.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Lindsay	Thomas		Dr	The University of Melbourne, School of Earth Sciences	thomas@unimelb.edu.au		Victoria		3010	http://www.earthsci.unimelb.edu.au/Thomas/index.html	61-3-8344-6521	61-3-8344-7761	Australia
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Title: Tectonics (Geophysics Segment)	Keywords: Geology,Geophysics	Description: This web site contains an explanation of some of the geophysical techniques used in the study of tectonics. The site supports the Tectonics class at the University of Melbourne. The primary focus of the site is magnetics. There is a section about the use of geophysics in mapping, a section about the basics of magnetics, and a section about the geologic controls on magnetism. Each topic contains links to examples and sites with further information.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.earthsci.unimelb.edu.au/Thomas/lt224/index.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © The University of Melbourne 1994-2001. This web-site and its contents are subject to copyright under the laws of Australia and, through international treaties, other countries. The copyright in materials on this site and in this web-site as a whole is owned by the University of Melbourne. The copyright in some materials incorporated within this web site is owned by third parties. You may view this web site and its contents using your web browser and save an electronic copy, or print out a copy, of parts of this web-site solely for your own information, research or study, but only if you (a) do not modify the copy from how it appears in the University of Melbourne's web-site, and (b) include the copyright notice "The University of Melbourne, 1994-(2000) on the copy. You must not otherwise exercise the copyright in the whole or any part of this web-site for any other purpose except as expressly permitted by statute or with the University of Melbourne's prior consent.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey		345 Middlefield Road, Mail Stop 977	Menlo Park	CA	94025	http://geopubs.wr.usgs.gov/index.html	650-329-4085		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): David	Hill	P.		United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Roy	Bailey	A.		United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Michael	Sorey	L.		United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): James	Hendley II	W.		United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Peter	Stauffer	H.		United States Geological Survey									
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Title: Living With a Restless Caldera-Long Valley, California	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This page reports on the geologically volatile Long Valley, California area. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) continues to provide the public and civil authorities with current information on the volcano hazards at Long Valley and is prepared to give timely warnings of any impending eruption. In addition to photographs and a hazard response plan for earthquake and volcano hazards, the fact-sheet contains an earthquake map and a geologic map of the area. The PDF version includes a regional map of wind-blown ash.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://geopubs.wr.usgs.gov/fact-sheet/fs108-96/index.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Australian Geological Survey Organisation, Geohazards and Geomagnetism Division		GPO Box 378	Canberra	ACT	2601	http://www.agso.gov/geohazards/	61-26-249-9111	61-26-249-9999	Australia
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Kevin	McCue			Australian Geological Survey Organisation, Geohazards and Geomagnetism	kevin.mccue@agso.gov.au								
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Title: About Earthquakes	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This web page gives basic information about earthquakes and the related natural hazards; volcanoes and tsunamis, from an Australian perspective. The topics addressed are: what are earthquakes, intraplate earthquakes, earthquakes and volcanoes, locating earthquakes, magnitude and intensity, seismic hazard, destruction caused by earthquakes, Australian earthquakes, and tsunamis. Illustrations include several seismograms, isoseismal maps, a map of epicenters of large Australian earthquakes, an Australian earthquake hazard map and the location of the Australian National Seismic Network. Tables show the most destructive global earthquakes of the 20th century, recent Australian earthquakes that produced fault scarps, and damaging Australian earthquakes from 1950-1994.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.agso.gov.au/geohazards/quakes/contents.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, David A. Johnston Cascades Volcano Observatory	cvo@usgs.gov	5400 MacArthur Boulevard	Vancouver	WA	98661	http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/home.html	360-993-8900	360-993-8980	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Kevin	Scott	M.		United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Wes	Hildreth			United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Cynthia	Gardner	A.		United States Geological Survey									
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Title: Mount Baker-Living with an Active Volcano	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This web page is a fact sheet about the volcano Mount Baker which dominates the skyline from Bellingham, Washington, and Vancouver, British Columbia. To both warn and prepare the public for future eruptions and other hazardous events at Mount Baker, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) scientists are studying the volcano's past behavior and monitoring its current activity. Descriptive sections include, what are the hazards, a history of Mount Baker, today's Mount Baker, future hazards, flank collapses, lahars, and tephra eruptions, monitoring for the future, and what you can do. Illustrations include a map of potential hazards associated with a larger eruption including lahars, pyroclastic flows and lava flows. Fact sheet can also be read in PDF format.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://wrgis.wr.usgs.gov/fact-sheet/fs059-00/index.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, David A. Johnston Cascades Volcano Observatory	cvo@usgs.gov	5400 MacArthur Boulevard	Vancouver	WA	98661		360-993-8900	360-993-8980	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Cynthia	Gardner	A.		United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): William	Scott	E.		United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Jon	Major	J.		United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Thomas	Pierson	C.		United States Geological Survey									
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Title: Mount Hood - History and Hazards of Oregon's Most Recently Active Volcano	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This web page describes the history and hazards related to the Mount Hood volcano in Oregon. Issues discussed include past eruptive behavior, past catastrophic events, hazardous areas and tephra hazards. Included are a block diagram of tectonic plates and a simplified volcano hazards zone map for the area around Mount Hood.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://geopubs.wr.usgs.gov/fact-sheet/fs060-00/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey	ehznorth.wr.usgs.gov					http://quake.usgs.gov/index.html			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Pacific Gas and Electric Company						http://pge.com/index.shtml			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Robert	Crippen			Jet Propulsion Laboratory									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Ross	Stein			United States Geological Survey									
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Title: Thumbnail Views of the San Francisco Bay Area (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Geophysics,Structural geology	Description: This web page provides images of the San Francisco Bay area, available as a map view or as perspective views looking north, east or west. The images are created by Landsat Thematic Mapper satellite imagery over Digital Elevation Models. Active faults (which slipped during the past 10,000 years) are shown, as is the offshore portion of the San Gregorio fault. The images can be ordered as posters.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.sfbayquakes.org/thumbnails.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Charles	DeMets	D.	Dr	University of Wisconsin, Department of Geology and Geophysics	chuck@geology.wisc.edu	1215 W. Dayton St.	Madison	WI	53706	http://www.geology.wisc.edu/~chuck/	608-262-8598	608-262-0693	
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Title: Mountains and Moving Plates:Title enhanced by cataloger	Keywords: Geology,Structural geology	Description: This is the syllabus and lecture notes for a University of Wisconsin- Madison class on plate tectonics and mountain building. It contains links to notes on most of the topics covered in the course. There are notes on plate tectonics, mountain building (folding and faulting, as well as the influence of moving plates), isostasy, earthquakes, volcanoes, and erosion. The notes are well illustrated and key words are linked to a glossary of terms.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geology.wisc.edu/~chuck/Mtn_and_Plates/syll_spring.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): David	Thomas	A.	Dr	Montana State University, Department of Mathematical Sciences	dave@mathfs.math.montana.edu	P.O. Box 172400	Bozeman	MT	59717-2400	http://www.math.montana.edu/~nmp/materials/development/davevita.html	406-994-5341	406-994-1789	
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Title: Investigation of Hot Spots	Keywords: Geology	Description: This web page from the Network Montana Project is an online exercise about mantle plume hot spots. There are two main parts to the exercise. First, the students are asked to view two downloadable animated movies about convection and thermal plumes and discuss their observations in groups. In the second part, students use a digital map of Yellowstone National Park to calculate the size of the caldera and the rate of plate motion across the hot spot.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.math.montana.edu/~nmp/materials/ess/geosphere/advanced/activities/hotspots/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): David	Thomas	A.	Dr	Montana State University, Department of Mathematical Sciences	dave@mathfs.math.montana.edu	P.O. Box 172400	Bozeman	MT	59717	http://www.math.montana.edu/~nmp/materials/development/davevita.html	406-994-5341	406- 994-1789	
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Title: K-12 Earth Systems Science Project of the Network Montana Project	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Geology,Hydrology,Physical geography	Description: This page provides access to all of the Earth System Science activities available from the Network Montana Project. The ESS activities are divided into four categories: Atmosphere, Geosphere, Hydrosphere, and Mountain Environments. Activities have clearly defined learning outcomes and are segregated into four levels: novice, intermediate, advanced, and expert. The levels are more closely aligned with computer experience than cognitive levels and there are several exercises under each topic and level. In addition, there are assessment resources that accompany each of the topics and levels.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.math.montana.edu/~nmp/materials/ess/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				University of Arizona, Department of Geosciences, Southern Arizona Seismic Observatory (SASO)	saso@geo.Arizona.EDU	Gould-Simpson Building,1040 E. Fourth St.	Tucson	AZ	85721-0077	http://www.geo.arizona.edu/saso/index.html	520-621-6024		
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Title: Plates of the World	Keywords: Geology	Description: This web page is provided by Southern Arizona Seismic Observatory (SASO). It contains a short synopsis of the theory of plate tectonics. It discusses the types of plate boundaries and the types of processes that occur at each boundary type. There is also an interactive map of the plates of the world. There are numerous clickable areas on the plate map, which link to pages describing the specific boundary.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geo.arizona.edu/saso/Education/Plates/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: All contents copyright © 1997 - 2001. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Larry	Ruff		Dr	University of Michigan, Department of Geological Sciences	ruff@umich.edu	2534 C. C. Little	Ann Arbor	MI	48109-1063	http://www.geo.lsa.umich.edu/dept/faculty/ruff/index.html	734-763-9301	734-763-4690	
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Title: Continents Adrift...and Environmental Shifts	Keywords: Climatology,Geology	Description: This is the home page for a course on plate tectonics and climate. The seemingly stable land masses of the world are in motion. This course deals with the modern concept of plate tectonics and continental drift, the processes, and the products of this dynamic system. There are links to notes for most of the lectures. Some of the lecture notes contain links to illustrations. The class notes are on plate tectonics, volcanoes, earthquakes, changes in sea level, and changes in global climate.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geo.lsa.umich.edu/~ruff/geo105.W98/overview2.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Ann	Mattson			University of Utah, College of Mines & Earth Sciences, Department of Geology and Geophysics	amattson@mines.utah.edu	amattson@mines.utah.edu	Salt Lake City	UT	84112-0111		801-585-7089	801-581-7065	
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Title: Snell's Law	Keywords: Geophysics	Description: This page is a Java applet that allows one to see the effect of media velocity on reflection and refraction of seismic waves. The applet allows one to vary the p-wave and s-wave velocities for the 2 layers in the model; and vary the incident angle and wave-type to observe how seismic waves would behave in the earth.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.mines.utah.edu/~ggapps/snell/snell.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey, Hawaiian Volcano Observatory	hvowebmaster@hvo.wr.usgs.gov								
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Title: Lava covers Kalapana, April - January 1991	Keywords: Structural geology,Natural hazards	Description: This page documents the destruction of a community by Kilauea Volcano between 1983 and 1990. Lava repeatedly invaded communities along the southern coast, destroying more than 180 homes, a visitor center in Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park, highways, and treasured historical and archaeological sites. Flows entered Kalapana Gardens subdivision briefly in November 1986, then moved through the entire community in 1990. Besides many photographs, significant illustrations include maps of the expanding lava flow field 1983-1990.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://hvo.wr.usgs.gov/kilauea/history/1990Kalapana/
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Theodore	Bornhorst	J	Dr	Department of Geological Engineering and Sciences	tjb@mtu.edu	1400 Townsend Drive	Houghton	MI	49931-1295	http://www.geo.mtu.edu/profile/TJBORNHO.HTM	(906) 487-2721	(906) 487-3371	
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Title: Stratigraphy, Structure, and Ore Deposits of the Southern Limb of the Midcontinent Rift System	Keywords: Geology,Structural geology	Description: This class handout contains maps and background information about the mid-continent rift system. The summary of the stratigraphy, structure, and mineralization of rift rocks provides an overview of rift rocks in northern Wisconsin and upper Michigan.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geo.mtu.edu/great_lakes/MCRS/index.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Holly	Dodson				hdodson@ucsd.edu								
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Title: Links to Geology Information -Title enhanced by cataloger	Keywords: Geologic time,Geology	Description: This extensive web site is part of the Visualizing Earth project at the University of California, San Diego. The Geology site provides a detailed introduction to geology. From the main page, you can link directly to specific topics, or you can follow related topics through the links found within the text of each page. The general topics discussed are; History Of Geology, Plate Tectonics (Continental Drift and Sea Floor Spreading), Rock Types (Sedimentary Rocks, Igneous Rocks, and Metamorphic Rocks), Plate Interactions (Convergent Margins, Subduction, Divergent Margins, Transform Margins, and Hot Spots), Earth Layers, The Rock Cycle, Erosion, Mass Wasting, Weathering, Global Seismicity, Isostasy, Mantle Convection, Geologic Time Scale, Phanerozoic Eon (Cenozoic Era, Mesozoic Era, and Paleozoic Era), Precambrian Eon, Geology Of San Diego County, and Meteor Impacts.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://visearth.ucsd.edu/VisE_Int//platetectonics/frontpagegeol.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, David A. Johnston Cascades Volcano Observatory	cvo@usgs.gov	5400 MacArthur Boulevard	Vancouver	WA	98661	http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/home.html	360-993-8900	360-993-8980	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Larry	Mastin			United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Richard	Waitt			United States Geological Survey									
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Title: Glacier Peak - History and Hazards of a Cascade Volcano	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This page is about Glacier Peak, the most remote of the five active volcanoes in Washington State. Because it is not prominently visible from any major population center, its attractions as well as its hazards tend to be over-looked. Yet since the end of the last ice age, Glacier Peak has produced some of the largest and most explosive eruptions in the state. During this time period, Glacier Peak has erupted multiple times during at least six separate episodes, most recently about 300 years ago. What were these eruptions like? Could similar ones affect us today? Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) are working to answer these questions and help prepare for future activity. The page includes a map of tephra thickness from eruptions 13,000 years ago, a map of areas at risk from lahars, pyroclastic flows and associated phenomena, and a sketch map of annual probability of tephra fall.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://wrgis.wr.usgs.gov/fact-sheet/fs058-00/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Jim	Hayes		Dr	Columbia University, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences	jimhays@ldeo.columbia.edu	2960 Broadway	New York	NY	10027-6902				
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Title: Subduction Zones	Keywords: Geology,Geophysics,Structural geology	Description: This lab exercise for undergraduates examines the Tonga-Kermadec subduction zone, which is just north of New Zealand in the Pacific Ocean, to determine the relationship between bathymetry, volcanoes and earthquakes. Students use on-line datasets and maps to plot positions, visualize three-dimensional objects, compute convergence rate and direction, and calculate dip and strike.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://rainbow.ldgo.columbia.edu/ees/lithosphere/lab7.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Kenneth	Cruikshank	M	Dr	Portland State University, Department of Geology	CruikshankK@pdx.edu	P.O. Box 751	Portland	OR	97207-0751	http://www.geol.pdx.edu/People/KMC/	503-725-3383	503-725-3025	
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Title: Structural Geology	Keywords: Structural geology	Description: This is the home page for the structural geology course at Portland State University. The assignments section of the page is only active while the course in in progress, but the other resources are available anytime.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geol.pdx.edu/Courses/OldCourses/G391/default.html
Learning Context: 15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				OMB Watch	ombwatch@ombwatch.org	1742 Connecticut Avenue, N.W.	Washington	DC	20009		202-234-8494	202-234-8584	
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Title: OMB Watch	Keywords: Environmental science,Policy issues	Description: OMB Watch is a non-profit organization dedicated to monitoring the activities of the White House Office of Management of the Budget (OMB). OMB Watch is engaged in policy debate and formulation at the federal level, and with state and community groups across the country. The Right to Know Network (RTK NET) is an online service providing environmental, census, housing, and bank loan data. Links include: EPA Toxics Release Inventory database (TRI, release of toxic chemicals from manufacturing facilities); Comprehensive Environmental Recovery, Compensation and Liability Information System (CERCLIS, Superfund sites that have been listed on the National Priority List); Emergency Response Notification System (ERNS, toxic spills reported to the National Response Center); Resource Conservation Recovery Act Information System (RCRIS, hazardous waste permit handlers); government performance; information policy; related publications; e-mail lists; government agencies.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ombwatch.org/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): John	Whalley		Dr	University of Portsmouth	john.whalley@port.ac.uk		Portsmouth						UK
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Title: Archives of GEO-TECTONICS@JISCMAIL.AC.UK; Tectonics & structural geology discussion list	Keywords: Structural geology,Geology	Description: This site is a forum for the discussion of all aspects of tectonics, structural geology and related disciplines. The list operates under the auspices of the Tectonic Studies Group of the Geological Society of London but is open to all. It also carries regular postings advertising the Group's activities.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/geo-tectonics.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: All rights in the pages and contents of this Web site are reserved by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) or individual authors. No part of this Web site or its contents may be reproduced or distributed in any form other than for private use or in accordance with the provisions of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 and any amending legislation. All reproductions require an acknowledgment of the source and the author of the work. JISC assumes no responsibility for information contained on this Web site and disclaims all liability in respect of such information.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, David A. Johnston Cascades Volcano Observatory	GS-CVO-WEB@usgs.gov	5400 MacArthur Boulevard	Vancouver	WA	98661	http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/home.html	360-993-8900	360-993-8980	
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Title: Hawaii Volcanoes and Volcanics - Maps and Graphics, etc.	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This page provides maps, "pictograms", photographs, and graphics of the Hawaiian volcanoes. Maps include volcano locations in the Hawaiian Island chain, Hawaii Island, and Maui, and a global map of the 16 Decade Volcanoes, which include Mauna Loa. Photographs or "pictograms" demonstrate a shield volcano versus a composite volcano (Mauna Loa versus Mount Rainier, Washington) and Hawaiian-Style Eruptions vs. Cascades-Style Eruptions - Pu'u O'o, Hawaii vs. Mount St. Helens, Washington. The graphic shows the profile of Mauna Loa and Kilauea versus Mount Rainier.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/Volcanoes/Hawaii/Graphics/framework.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The maps, graphics, images, and text found on our website, unless stated otherwise, are within the Public Domain. You may download and use them. Credit back to the USGS/Cascades Volcano Observatory is appreciated. If any material is referenced "Image courtesy of ..." or "Information courtesy of ...", etc., then please contact that source for permission for use.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Graham	Price		Dr	Australian Geodynamics Cooperative Research Centre, CSIRO Exploration & Mining	g.price@dem.csiro.au	39 Fairway, Nedlands, PO Box 437	Nedlands		6009		61-8-9389-8421	61-8-9389-1906	Western Australia
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Title: Australian Geodynamics Cooperative Research Centre	Keywords: Geophysics,Structural geology	Description: The Australian Geodynamics Cooperative Research Centre (AGCRC) is concerned with those aspects of the geodynamics of the Australian Tectonic Plate, including the upper mantle, that have had an impact on the formation and location of world-class mineral and hydrocarbon deposits. Their ultimate goal is to develop concepts, sciences and technologies that assist the Australian minerals and energy industry to explore and discover these deposits. Specifically, they are interested in the structural and tectonic settings and the geodynamic processes, including heat and fluid sources, pathways for fluid migration, and metamorphic and deformation history, that have resulted in the formation of world-class deposits. The AGCRC home page provides access to abstracts of their publications, information on their projects, and tools that they have developed. The tools include exploration models, map making tools (using their datasets), geophysical and tectonic maps produced by AGCRC, movies about the tectonic evolution of Australia, as well as products available for either direct purchase or as services from licensed, commercial agents.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.agcrc.csiro.au/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright in the material available at this site is owned by AGCRC and third parties, according to the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), and may only be used in the ways described in this legal notice: You may take temporary copies necessary to browse this site on screen. Unless otherwise stated, you may download or print a single copy of AGCRC copyright material for research or personal use. Unless otherwise stated, you may publish extracts from the material on this site, provided a suitable acknowledgment accompanies such publication. Such acknowledgment requires reference to the AGCRC, the URL of the source document and the name of the primary author. If the copyright is not owned by the AGCRC permission for reproduction of the material must be sought and gained from the copyright holder. You must not change any of the material or remove any part of any copyright notice. Trademarks used on this site to describe firms and their products belong to the registered proprietor of the trademark.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): S. Jeffress	Williams			U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-Files Reports Section	jwilliams@usgs.gov	Federal Center, Box 25425	Denver	CO	80225				
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Title: Coasts in Crisis	Keywords: Environmental science,Human geography,Hydrology,Natural hazards,Physical oceanography	Description: This is an online version of the book Coasts in Crisis. The book describes our Nation's varied coastal environments and the natural processes and human actions that are constantly modifying them. Ignorance of these processes exacerbates the tragic collisions between people and nature, such as Hurricane Hugo in South Carolina, which left thousands homeless and destroyed billions of dollars of property. Topics addressed include: types of coasts; information on coastal change including natural processes, local conditions, and human intervention; case studies of coastal conflicts in Ocean City, Isles Dernieres, Boston Harbor and the effects of Hurricane Hugo. A summary overview of challenges and opportunities, and suggestions for further reading are also provided.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://pubs.usgs.gov/circular/c1075/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Ocean Drilling Stratigraphic Network	odsn@geomar.de								
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Title: ODSN Plate Tectonic Reconstruction Service	Keywords: Geologic time,Geology	Description: This is the Ocean Drilling Stratigraphic Network plate tectonic reconstruction service. In this section you can calculate plate tectonic reconstructions of any age back to 150 million years ago (or into the future!). Coordinates, such as age to be reconstructed, geographical boundaries, annotation interval, and gridline are entered by the site user, and a map is subsequently constructed. There is a reference section for information on how these maps are calculated and what data are used. An animation (330 kb) using 5 million year time steps is available too. If you are familiar with the features of this reconstruction system, there is also an Advanced Mapping System. There you can enter your own locations and plot them into paleogeographic maps. For users unfamiliar with geologic time, there is also a link to an on-line representation of a geological timescale. Links are also included to: a message board in which questions and comments can be posted, a tool to search the site, services offered by the Ocean Drilling Stratigraphic Network, and information on the Ocean Drilling Stratigraphic Network.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.odsn.de/odsn/services/paleomap/paleomap.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The data available at ODSN sites are available for use without restriction. Individual stratigraphers and paleontologists are invited to join the contact list and to contribute data to this public facility. Institutions with unrestricted databases are invited to join ODSN.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Stephen	Mattox	R	Dr	Hawaii Natural History Association		P.O. Box 74	Hawaii National Park	HI	96718		808-967-7604		
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Title: Plate Tectonics	Keywords: Geology	Description: This site is an introductory lesson in plate tectonics. The material is a web version of the book, A Teacher's Guide to the Geology of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. In this lesson students will learn the three layers of the Earth, observations that support continental drift and sea-floor spreading, and the basic concepts of plate tectonics. In addition to the lesson, there is a list of references about plate tectonics, a link to an extensive web site on volcanoes, and a list of activities and teaching suggestions for plate tectonics.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://volcano.und.nodak.edu/vwdocs/vwlessons/plate_tectonics/introduction.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The copyright to A Teacher's Guide to the Geology of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is held by the Hawaii Natural History Association. Individual pages, including the figures and diagrams, can be reproduced for educational purposes only. Commercial reproduction is prohibited.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Geological Survey of Canada, GSC Pacific - Sidney Subdivision, Pacific Geoscience Centre	webmaster@pgc.nrcan.gc.ca	P.O. Box 6000, 9860 West Saanich Road	Sidney	British Columbia	V8L 4B2		1-250-363-6500	1- 250-363-6565	Canada
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Title: Geological Survey of Canada, Geodynamics Program: Earthquake Processes: Cascadia Subduction Zone	Keywords: Structural geology	Description: This page explains the tectonic setting of the west coast of North America. It explains the process of the subduction of the Juan de Fuca plate beneath the North American plate. It describes the methods used to observe tectonic deformation caused by subduction, and explains how they are used to estimate earthquake potential in the region. Links are provided to the Geological Survey of Canada's Geodynamics Program home page, and to their Pacific Geoscience Centre page.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.pgc.nrcan.gc.ca/geodyn/cascadia.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright Natural Resources Canada, 1999. All rights reserved. You may reproduce this publication in whole or in part provided you acknowledge Natural Resources Canada as source of all copies. However, to obtain permission to reproduce in whole or in part for purposes of resale or redistribution, contact the authoring department.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Deborah	Hutchinson		Dr	United States Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, Marine and Coastal Geology Program		USGS, Quissett Campus	Woods Hole	MA	02543		508-548-8700		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Steve	Colman		Dr	United States Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, Marine and Coastal Geology Program		USGS, Quissett Campus	Woods Hole	MA	02543		508-548-8700		
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Title: Lake Baikal - A Touchstone for Global Change and Rift Studies	Keywords: Geology	Description: This is a United States Geological Survey (USGS) fact sheet about the Lake Baikal rift system. This site provides a good general overview of this rift system, illustrating its importance to the overall study of plate tectonics. The Lake Baikal rift system is a modern analogue for formation of ancient Atlantic-type continental margins. It tells us the first chapter in the story of how continents separate and ultimately develop into ocean basins like the Atlantic Ocean. Continental rifting is an important component of plate tectonics theory.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://marine.usgs.gov/fact-sheets/baikal/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law. You are welcome to make a link to any of the Web pages USGS has published on the Internet. There is no need to request permission. Use of the USGS visual identifier (logo) is restricted to official publications. We will identify material we use from sources outside of USGS, and request others do the same when using information published by USGS. Credit can be provided by including on the page (or via a link to a credits page) a citation such as: Credit: U. S. Geological Survey; U. S. Geological Survey/photo by Jane Doe (if the artist is known); USGS/Ft. Collins, CO (if originating office but not the artist is known)
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Chris	Peat			Heavens-Above GmbH	Chris.Peat@heavens-above.com								
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Title: Heavens Above	Keywords: Space science	Description: This web page provides you with all the information you need to observe satellites, the International Space Station, the Space Shuttle, the dazzlingly bright flares from Iridium satellites, as well as a wealth of other space flight and astronomical information. Some satellites can easily be seen with the naked eye. This site provides the times of visibility, but also detailed star charts showing the satellite's track through the heavens. All the pages, including the graphics, are generated in real-time and customized for location and time zone.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.heavens-above.com/
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): John	Louie	N	Dr	The University of Nevada, Reno, Mackay School of Mines, Department of Geological Sciences, Seismological Laboratory	louie@seismo.unr.edu	217 Laxalt Mineral Engineering Bldg., 1664 N. Virginia Street	Reno	NV	89557-0141	http://www.seismo.unr.edu/ftp/pub/louie/index.html	775-784-4219	775-784-1833	
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Title: Plate Tectonic Theory	Keywords: Geology,Geophysics	Description: This is the web site for a Plate Tectonics Theory class at The University of Nevada, Reno. The home page/syllabus contains links to several of the topics covered in the course. The topics with web based lecture materials are earthquake seismology, structure of the Earth, composition of the Earth, lithospheric deformation, the plate tectonics paradigm, and the driving mechanisms of plate tectonics.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.seismo.unr.edu/ftp/pub/louie/class/plate-syll.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, David A. Johnston Cascades Volcano Observatory	GS-CVO-WEB@usgs.gov	5400 MacArthur Boulevard	Vancouver	WA	98661	http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/home.html	360-993-8900	360-993-8980	
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Title: Cascades Volcano Observatory - Learn About Volcanoes: Frequently Asked Volcano Questions	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This page provides the answers to frequently asked questions about volcanoes. It is created by the United States Geological Survey. Topics addressed include: What Is A Volcano? Why Do Volcanoes Occur? How Do Volcanoes Erupt? Where Do Volcanoes Occur? When Will A Volcano Erupt? How Hot Is A Volcano? Can Lava Be Diverted? Do Volcanoes Affect Weather? What Types of Volcanoes are There? Which Eruptions Were The Deadliest? 20th Century Volcanic Eruptions and Their Impact. About 60 additional questions with answers are available under MORE FAQ's -Volcano Questions and Answers, and includes some sections on volcanoes of the western United States. Other links to volcano information are also available.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/Outreach/AboutVolcanoes/framework.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The maps, graphics, images, and text found on our website, unless stated otherwise, are within the Public Domain. You may download and use them. Credit back to the USGS/Cascades Volcano Observatory is appreciated. If any material is referenced "Image courtesy of ..." or "Information courtesy of ...", etc., then please contact that source for permission for use. To obtain more information about the availability of any images or other government images, please contact our Photo Librarian - David Wieprecht (dwiep@usgs.gov).
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): webmaster				National Aeronautic and Space Administration, Goddard Space Flight Center, Earth Observatory	webmaster@eob.gsfc.nasa.gov								
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Title: NASA Earth Observatory	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology,Environmental science,Physical geography,Physical oceanography	Description: The purpose of NASA's Earth Observatory is to provide a freely accessible publication on the Internet where the public can obtain new satellite imagery and scientific information about our home planet. The focus is on Earth's climate and environmental change. The site is divided into six main sections: Data and Images, Features, News, Reference, Missions, and Experiments. The Data and Images, Features, and Reference sections are each subdivided into sections for Atmosphere, Oceans, Land, Life on Earth, and Heat and Energy. The missions section explains all of the current NASA missions, and the Experiments section contains activities related to the topics covered in the other sections.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Any and all materials published on the Earth Observatory are freely available for re-publication or re-use, except where copyright is indicated. We ask that NASA's Earth Observatory be given credit for its original materials.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Robert	Butler		Dr	The University of Leeds, School of Earth Sciences	R.Butler@earth.leeds.ac.uk	LS2 9JT	Leeds			http://earth.leeds.ac.uk/people/r_butler.htm	44-113-233-5249	44-113-233-5259	United Kingdom
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Title: Nanga Parbat: Mountain Uplift And Tectonics	Keywords: Geology	Description: This web site provides a flavor of the geology of the Nanga Parbat massif, particularly its tectonic history. The mountain of Nanga Parbat is the westernmost 8000m peak of the Himalayan chain. You can follow a virtual field excursion, examine the once deeply-buried continental crust in its heart, get additional information on the topography, exhumation and cooling history of the massif and a list of references.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://earth.leeds.ac.uk/virtualfield/index.htm
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © School of Earth Sciences, University of Leeds
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Ludwig	Combrinck			Hartebeesthoek Radio Astronomy Observatory	ludwig@ludwig.hartrao.ac.za	P.O.Box 443	Krugersdorp 1740			http://www.hartrao.ac.za/geodesy/LC_Info.html	27-12-326-0742	27-12-326-0756	South Africa
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Title: An Introduction to Plate Tectonics	Keywords: Geology	Description: This page is a brief introduction to plate tectonics. It starts with a discussion of the evolution of the theory of plate tectonics and the arguments supporting it. It then discusses the processes associated with tectonics and the types of plate boundaries: divergent, convergent and transform boundaries. It concludes with a discussion of the current hypotheses of what causes plates to move.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.hartrao.ac.za/geodesy/tectonics.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Materials including text and images appearing on the HartRAO website are copyrighted to the Hartebeesthoek Radio Astronomy Observatory, operated by the National Research Foundation of South Africa unless an alternative origin for the material is indicated. Materials from this website are intended for use for educational, academic, and research purposes and are not intended for commercial use. They may not be used in an inappropriate manner. Inappropriate use includes but is not limited to: religious materials, pornographic materials and racist materials. HartRAO/NRF materials may not be used to state or imply the endorsement by HartRAO/NRF or by an employee of a commercial product, service or activity, or be used in any manner that might mislead. Use of the HartRAO/NRF names and logos in publicity, promotion, or advertising is prohibited without prior written consent of HartRAO/NRF. HartRAO/NRF must be acknowledged as the source of the materials. Copyright may not be falsely claimed for HartRAO/NRF materials.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, David A. Johnston Cascades Volcano Observatory	GS-CVO-WEB@usgs.gov	5400 MacArthur Boulevard	Vancouver	WA	98661	http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/html	360-993-8900	360-993-8980	
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Title: Cascade Range Volcanoes: North to South	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This page lists Cascades Range volcanoes of British Columbia, Washington State, Oregon, and California. The user can click on the volcano name to get information on the volcano and its vicinity including Current Activity; Background and Information; Current Hazards Report; Visit a Volcano; Maps, Graphics, and Images; Items of Interest; and Useful Links. The volcanoes include: Garibaldi Lake Volcano, Meager Mountain, and Mount Garibaldi in British Columbia; Mount Baker, Glacier Peak, Mount Rainier, Mount St. Helens, and Mount Adams in Washington State: Mount Hood, Mount Jefferson, Three-Fingered Jack, Mount Washington, Belknap Shield Volcano, Three Sisters (North, Middle, South), Broken Top, Mount Bachelor, Pilot Butte, Lava Butte, Newberry Caldera, Diamond Peak, Mount Bailey, Mount Thielsen, Crater Lake, Mount Mazama, Wizard Island, and Mount McLoughlin in Oregon:, and Lava Beds, Medicine Lake Volcano, Glass Mountain (Medicine Lake, California), Black Butte, Mount Shasta, and Lassen Peak in California. Links are provided to more general pages on volcanoes in the three states and in Canada.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/Volcanoes/Cascades/framework_cascades.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The maps, graphics, images, and text found on our website, unless stated otherwise, are within the Public Domain. You may download and use them. Credit back to the USGS/Cascades Volcano Observatory is appreciated. If any material is referenced "Image courtesy of ..." or "Information courtesy of ...", etc., then please contact that source for permission for use.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Alfred	Hochstaedter		Dr	University of California Santa Cruz, Earth and Marine Sciences	ahochstaedter@earthsci.ucsc.edu	1156 High St.	Santa Cruz	CA	95064		831-459-5228	831-459-3074	
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Title: Geologic Images Associated with Lectures	Keywords: Cryology,Geology,Mineralogy or petrology,Structural geology	Description: This site contains photographs of igneous rocks, sedimentary rocks (plus erosion & karst topography), faults, folding, metamorphism, and glaciation. Each photo can be viewed as the original photo or with annotations that describe the associated geology.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.es.ucsc.edu/~es10/classnotes/images/drawn.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Rick	Allmendinger		Dr	Cornell University, Department of Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences	rwa1@cornell.edu	Snee Hall, Cornell University	Ithaca	NY	14853-1504		607-255-3376	607-254-4780	
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Title: Structural Geology: The Home Page for Geological Sciences 326 at Cornell University	Keywords: Structural geology	Description: This web site is the site for Cornell's Introduction to Structural Geology. Here you will find copies of key course information, computer programs for calculating strain and stress, copies of lecture notes (available just before the Midterm and Final Exams), animated structure movies, copies of old exams and their keys, links to other structural geology and tectonics resources on the net, and photos of the previous year's field trip and slides shown in class.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geo.cornell.edu/geology/classes/RWA/GS_326/GEOL326.html
Learning Context: 15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1996 - 2001 Rick Allmendinger. Feel free to download the material here for your own use, as well as placing links to this page in your own Web pages, if you like. However, please be aware that all of this material is copyrighted by me. You may not modify or upload individual parts of this site (including images, figures, lecture notes, or programs) to other computer systems or servers, nor include any of this material in any media (CD-ROM's, floppy disks, etc.) produced for mass distribution without my express, written permission.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Kevin	Smart	J	Dr	University of Oklahoma, School of Geology & Geophysics	kjsmart@ou.edu	810 Sarkeys Energy Center University of Oklahoma	Norman	OK	73019-1009	http://parker.gcn.ou.edu/~ksmart/	405-325-3157	405-325-3140	
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Title: Structural Geology on the Web: A Deformed Roadcut Along the Information Superhighway	Keywords: Structural geology	Description: This is a collection of hypertext links to assorted structural geology and tectonics resources available on the world-wide web. The categories include: data sets and bibliographies, structural images, computer software, plate tectonics, commercial products, books and journals, professional organizations, research groups, upcoming meetings, academic groups, courses and field trips, academic employment, and structural geologists.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://geology.ou.edu/~ksmart/structure_webpage/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1999 Kevin J. Smart
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Kathie	Watson			United States Geological Survey, Eastern Publications Group Web Team	kathiewatson@usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): John	Watson			United States Geological Survey, Eastern Publications Group Web Team	jmwatson@usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey									
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Title: USGS; General Interest Publications: Earthquakes (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: This on-line text offers chapters on: a Basic Description of Earthquake History, Where Earthquakes Occur, How Earthquakes Happen, Measuring Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Earthquakes, and Predicting Earthquakes. Originally published as a book in a series of general interest publications prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey. Some figures in this version of "Earthquakes", however, have been changed for purposes of online presentation. Users can also view a text-only version.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/earthq1/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Henry Spall				United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, National Earthquake Information Center	zirbes@usgs.gov	Box 25046, DFC MS 967	Denver	CO	80225		303-273-8500	303-273-8450	
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Title: Earthquakes and Plate Tectonics	Keywords: Geophysics,Geology	Description: This web site describes the theory of plate tectonics and its relation to earthquakes and earthquake prediction and seismic zones. A map and a block diagram show global patterns. Links to further information on earthquakes is provided, and includes: current earthquake information, near real time earthquake list, general earthquake information, earthquake links, earthquake search, products and services, report an earthquake, and routine United States mining seismicity.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/plate_tectonics/rift_man.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law. You are welcome to make a link to any of the Web pages USGS has published on the Internet. There is no need to request permission. Use of the USGS visual identifier (logo) is restricted to official publications. We will identify material we use from sources outside of USGS, and request others do the same when using information published by USGS. Credit can be provided by including on the page (or via a link to a credits page) a citation.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Roland	Bürgmann		Dr	University of California, Davis, Department of Geology	gps@geology.ucdavis.edu	174 Physics/Geology Building, University of California, One Shields Avenue	Davis	CA	95616-8605		530-752-0350	530-752-0951	
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Title: Active Tectonics	Keywords: Structural geology	Description: This is the home page for an active tectonics class (GEL 214) at The University of California, Davis. The web page is divided into four main sections. The contents section has the syllabus and links to the course notes by topic. Topics are crustal deformation, deformation mechanisms and crustal strength, tectonic geomorphology (rivers, terraces and erosion models), and paleoseismology (trenching, dating and microatolls). The Exercises section has homework assignments, some of which are web based. The links section is an extensive list of structural and tectonic resources available on the web, and the references section is a bibliography of structural and tectonic books and papers arranged by topic. Links to other geology courses, and to a HTML tutorial are also available.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www-geology.ucdavis.edu/~GEL214/index.htmlx
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of Nevada, Seismological Laboratory	webmaster@unr.edu	217 Laxalt Mineral Engineering Bldg., Mackay School of Mines, The University of Nevada, 1664 North Virginia Street	Reno	NV	89557-0141				
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): John	Louie	N.	Dr	University of Nevada, Seismological Laboratory	louie@seismo.unr.edu					http://www.seismo.unr.ecu/ftp/pub/louie/home/home.html	775-784-4219	775-784-1833	
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Title: Seismic Deformation, Seismic Waves, Seismograms and Seismographs, Locating Earthquakes (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Geophysics	Description: This is one of a series of six lectures covering earthquakes and related topics in seismology. They are part of the course, Geology 101 (Physical Geology). The page includes short descriptions and illustrations of key concepts.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.seismo.unr.edu/ftp/pub/louie/class/100/seismic-waves.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Long Valley Observatory	lvowebteam@ehznorth.wr.usgs.gov	345 Middlefield Road, MS 977	Menlo Park	CA	94025				
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Title: Eruptions from the Inyo chain about 600 Years Ago: sequence of events and effects in the Long Valley area	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: When magma began rising beneath the southern end of the Mono-Inyo Craters volcanic chain about 600 years ago, a remarkable series of eruptions and ground cracking formed what are now familiar features such as lava flows, craters, layers of pumice and ash, and ground cracks between Mammoth Mountain and Obsidian Flow. This volcanic activity probably occurred during a short period of time, perhaps lasting as long as a few weeks to a few months. The sequence of these eruptions can help us to anticipate the type of activity that is likely to occur again from along the chain, and also to recognize the events that will almost certainly precede future eruptions. The web page includes several geologic maps and a shaded-relief map. Users can click to more detailed information drawn from several publications.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://quake.wr.usgs.gov/VOLCANOES/LongValley/InyoEruption/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law. You are welcome to make a link to any of the Web pages USGS has published on the Internet. There is no need to request permission. Use of the USGS visual identifier (logo) is restricted to official publications. We will identify material we use from sources outside of USGS, and request others do the same when using information published by USGS.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Carey	Noll			National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Crustal Dynamics Data Information System	noll@cddis.gsfc.nasa.gov	Code 920.1 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center	Greenbelt	MD	20771		301-614-6542		
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Title: CDDIS Crustal Dynamics Data Information System	Keywords: Geophysics,Structural geology	Description: The Crustal Dynamics Data Information System (CDDIS) supports data archiving and distribution activities for the space geodesy and geodynamics community. The main objectives of the system are to store space geodesy and geodynamics related data products in a central data bank, to maintain information about the archival of these data, and to disseminate these data and information in a timely manner to NASA investigators and cooperating institutions. This site provides access to GPS (Global Positioning System), GLONASS (Global Navigation Satellite System), SLR (Satellite Laser Ranging), VLBI (Very Long Baseline Interferometry), and DORIS (Doppler Orbitography and Radiopositioning Integrated by Satellite) data sets. The site also provides introductory information on the different data collection techniques, information on the programs supported by CCDIS, and access to online reports and documents related to the CCDIS.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://cddisa.gsfc.nasa.gov/cddis.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): W. K.	Fletcher		Dr	The University of British Columbia, Department of Geological Sciences	kfletcher@eos.ubc.ca		Vancouver	British Columbia	V6T 1Z4		604-822-2392		Canada
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Title: Rivers (Chapter 9)	Keywords: Hydrology	Description: This site is a page from the introductory geology website at the University of British Columbia. The page features the "quick and dirty" overhead notes for the Rivers segment of the course. Sections include: introduction, generalizations, transport, bed load, erosion, drainage system evolution, equilibrium, and channel patterns/equilibrium.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.science.ubc.ca/~geol100/fletcher/rivers.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: This material is copyrighted (text, images, etc.), and cannot be used without permission of the copyright owner. For details, please contact W.K. Fletcher, fletcher@unixg.ubc.ca the Department of Geological Sciences, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada V6T 1Z4
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Sandra	DeYonge			Project WET	rwwsr@montana.edu	201 Culbertson Hall, Montana State University	Bozeman	MT	59717		406-994-5392		
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Title: Water Education for Teachers	Keywords: Chemistry,Environmental science,Geology,Hydrology,Physical geography	Description: The goal of Project WET is to facilitate and promote the awareness, appreciation, knowledge, and stewardship of water resources through the development and dissemination of classroom ready teaching aids and through the establishment of state and internationally sponsored Project WET programs. Project WET has active programs in 43 states, the U.S. Territories, and select provinces of Canada. The Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide, a collection of over ninety, broad-based water resource activities is available to classroom teachers, resource managers, park rangers, museum educators and others who attend training workshops provided by state Project WET Coordinators.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.montana.edu/wwwwet/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Peter	Guest		Dr	Naval Postgraduate School, Department of Meteorology	pguest@nps.navy.mil	589 Dyer Rd, Rm 254	Monterey	CA	93943-5114	http://www.weather.nps.navy.mil/~psguest/	408-656-2451	408-656-3061	
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Title: Polar Meteorology: Naval Postgraduate School	Keywords: Climatology,Cryology	Description: This site is the Polar Meteorology module of the Naval Postgraduate School. The site contains five main sections; each of which is stand-alone. The first section is General Information. The second section is Vessel Icing, which contains a comprehensive presentation of the effects, causes, prediction methods and mitigation procedures for icing of vessels by sea spray. The third section is Climate, which focuses on the annual temperature cycle and how and why it varies within polar regions. The fourth section is Climate Change, which explores the role of polar regions in global climate changes using a simple global climate model. The final section is Web Resources, which provides a fairly comprehensive list of web links related to the topic of Polar Meteorology.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.weather.nps.navy.mil/~psguest/polarmet/index.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: This is a U.S. government computer. Figures with plots and the text of this module may be copied without restriction. Some of the photographs, figures and data in this module were used with permission from copyrighted or proprietory sources. Please contact Peter Guest or the original source before publishing or distributing photographs or climate data from this module.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Howard	Perlman		Mr	United States Geological Survey	hperlman@usgs.gov		Atlanta	GA		wwwga.usgs.gov/edu/			USA
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Title: Water Science for Schools	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: This U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) water resources site provides comprehensive coverage of water related issues, and includes several interactive quizzes and activities for children. Here you will find information on many aspects of water, along with pictures, data, maps, and an interactive center. Topics include: Earth's water, Water basics, Water use, Water Questions and Answers, Activity center, Picture Gallery, Glossary, and Related Water Links. A special topics section tackles current problems in water science, including acid rain and water quality. The site also focuses on water use issues and attempts to raise student awareness of water conservation.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://ga.water.usgs.gov/edu/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Canada Centre for Remote Sensing	info@ccrs.nrcan.gc.ca	588 Booth Street	Ottawa	Ontario	K1A 0Y7	http://www.ccrs.nrcan.gc.ca/ccrs/org/contact/contacte.html	613-947-1216	613-947-1382	Canada
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Title: Canada Centre for Remote Sensing: Education	Keywords: Human geography,Physical geography,Technology	Description: This page is the education page for the Canada Centre for Remote Sensing. The page has a Remote Sensing Tutorials section with five different tutorials. These tutorials are well organized, very thorough, and well written. There is also a Maps and Atlas section linking to Canadian geography learning resources (The National Atlas of Canada and The Canadian Communities Atlas), a Data Access section with geospatial data available for download, and a section entitled Educational Fun & Features, which has several educational and entertaining resources and links.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ccrs.nrcan.gc.ca/ccrs/eduref/educate.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1997. Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, Natural Resources Canada. The information residing at the CCRS World-Wide Web site is protected under the Copyright Act, and is provided on this network for informational purposes only. No commercial reproduction or exploitation is authorized. Permissions for non commercial reproduction vary by resource.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Patrick	Meyer			National Aeronautic and Space Administration, Marshall Space Flight Center	Patrick.Meyer@msfc.nasa.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Bert	Ulrich		Mr	National Aeronautic and Space Administration, Public Services Division							202-358-1750		
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Title: J-Track Satellite Tracking	Keywords: Space science	Description: This is the home page for the National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA) J-Track satellite tracking tool. The JAVA applet on this site allows you to track orbiting objects such as spacecraft, weather satellites, search and rescue satellites, and amateur radio satellites.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://liftoff.msfc.nasa.gov/realtime/JTrack/
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: You may link to NASA sites provided the link you design is strictly for information and does not convey NASA's implicit or explicit endorsement of any goods or services you might be offering. You may use a NASA photo from the Photo Gallery, but not the NASA insignia, logotype or seal. The rules for screen shots are the same as for photographs. Their use must be strictly for informational or educational purposes and must not convey NASA's implicit or explicit endorsement of any goods or services you might be offering. If your use meets that criteria, go ahead. You don't need to e-mail for explicit permission. Check with the Public Services Division to see how NASA material can be used in ads.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Lyn	Topinka			United States Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, Cascade Volcano Observatory	GS-CVO-WEB@usgs.gov	5400 MacArthur Blvd	Vancouver	WA	98661		360-993-8946	360-993-8980	
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Title: Plate Tectonics and Sea-Floor Spreading, Subduction Zones, "Hot Spots", and the "Ring of Fire"	Keywords: Geology	Description: This site is part of the United States Geological Survey, Cascade Volcano Observatory web site. It provides general information about the theory of plate tectonics. It correlates specific landform types and physical processes with the types of plate boundaries where they occur. The explanation of each boundary type includes real world examples and links to United States Geological Survey web pages about each example. The links between volcanism, earthquakes, and plate boundaries is also discussed. There is a section of the site that explores the types of volcanism that occur at spreading ridges, subduction zones, and hot spots (intraplate volcanism). Links are also provided to information on specific areas. These areas include: Cascade Range Volcanoes, Gorda Ridge, Juan de Fuca Plate, Juan de Fuca Ridge, North Cascades, Olympic Mountains, and the Yellowstone Caldera.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/Glossary/PlateTectonics/framework.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law. You are welcome to make a link to any of the Web pages USGS has published on the Internet. There is no need to request permission. Use of the USGS visual identifier (logo) is restricted to official publications. We will identify material we use from sources outside of USGS, and request others do the same when using information published by USGS. Credit can be provided by including on the page (or via a link to a credits page) a citation such as: Credit: U. S. Geological Survey; U. S. Geological Survey/photo by Jane Doe (if the artist is known); USGS/Ft. Collins, CO (if originating office but not the artist is known).
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Megan	Thomas		Miss	Hunterdon Central Regional High School, Science Department	megan.thomas@hcrhs.hunterdon.k12.nj.us	84 Route - 31 North	Flemington	NJ	08822	http://www.hcrhs.hunterdon.k12.nj.us/science/megan.html	908-782-5727		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Kristi	Carver		Miss	Hunterdon Central Regional High School, Science Department		84 Route - 31 North	Flemington	NJ	08822		908-782-5727		
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Title: Plate Tectonics	Keywords: Geology,Geophysics	Description: This page is the plate tectonics page for the Hunterdon Central Regional High School freshman science class. It describes the evidence used by Alfred Wegener to develop his theory of Pangea and continental drift. It also describes the interior of the Earth, plate movement, and plate boundaries (convergent, divergent, and transform). The site also contains information about volcanoes and earthquakes, both of which are associated with tectonic activity.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.hcrhs.hunterdon.k12.nj.us/science/ptech.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Theresa	Boundy	M	Dr	Ball State University, Geology Department	tboundy@wp.bsu.edu	Ball State University (CP 201)	Muncie	IN	47306		765-285-8262	765-285-8265	
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Title: Hot Spots and Plate Velocities	Keywords: Structural geology	Description: This page presents a short extra credit assignment about plate movement over a mantle plume hot spot. It provides a map of the Hawaiian Island Chain and the Emperor Seamount Chain and asks several questions that can be answered using the maps.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.bsu.edu/csh/geology/dept/faculty/teri/ec2b.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				American Scientist, Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society	lil@amsci.org	P.O. Box 13975	Research Triangle Park	NC	27709-3975	http://www.amsci.org/amsci/amsci.html	919-549-0097	919-549-0090	
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Title: Mantle Plumes and Mountain Building	Keywords: Geology	Description: This page presents an abstract from the American Scientist March-April 1999 issue. It discusses how the westward progress of the North American plate over the relatively stationary Yellowstone plume during the past 75 million years may explain geological features as diverse as the Laramide Orogeny, the distended Basin and Range Province, and the accretion of exotic terranes along the continent's west coast. Some sample figures from the article that illustrate the path of the hot spot across North America, as well as a cross section of the subduction zone over the past 70 million years, are also included. Other links included are: relief maps of the United States, physiographic provinces of the United States, geomorphology from space, a story on plate tectonics by the United States Geological Survey, a plate motion calculator, and various geology links.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.amsci.org/amsci/articles/99articles/Murphy.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: It is Sigma Xi's policy to grant permission at no charge for the educational use of American Scientist articles with the understanding that the students will be charged only for the cost of reproduction. Credit Line The standard credit line accompanying the reproduction should include: Reprinted by permission of American Scientist, magazine of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society. For commercial use American Scientist charges a fee of $25 per text page and for figures. Please submit your request in writing, including the full citation and figure number you wish to use, and the page number where it appeared in American Scientist. The magazine usually has one-time rights to publish a photograph and the copyright is held by another source. Permission requests should be submitted in writing to: P. O. Box 13975, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Western Earthquake Hazards Team	webmaster@ehznorth.wr.usgs.gov	345 Middlefield Road	Menlo Park	CA	94035		650-329-4668	650-329-5617	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Susan	Garcia		Ms	United States Geological Survey, Western Earthquake Hazards Team							560-329-4668		
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Title: United States Geological Survey, Earthquake Hazards Program-Northern California: Hazards & Preparedness	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards,Structural geology	Description: This page points to a number of reports and maps on earthquake hazards, prediction, and preparedness. The page is mainly about Northern California including the San Francisco Bay area, but also including some items on Southern California and Alaska, as well as general articles on the topics. Map types include seismic hazards maps, shaking hazards maps, and shaking intensity maps. Related programs are also referenced. Other links include, latest earthquake information, general earthquake information, and earthquake research.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://quake.usgs.gov/prepare/hazards.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested. We strongly recommend that USGS data be acquired directly from a USGS server and not through other sources that may change the data in some way. While USGS makes every effort to provide accurate and complete information, various data such as names, telephone numbers, etc. may change prior to updating. USGS welcomes suggestions on how to improve our website and correct errors. USGS provides no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, reliability or completeness of furnished data. Some of the documents on this server may contain live references (or pointers) to information created and maintained by other organizations. Please note that USGS does not control and cannot guarantee the relevance, timeliness, or accuracy of these outside materials. The pages on this site are the product of the United States Federal Government and are not subjec
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Rick	Nigol			University of Guelph, Office of Open Learning-Distance Education	rnigol@open.uoguelph.ca		Guelph	Ontario	N1G 2W1		519-824-4120-6777	519-824-1112	Canada
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of Guelph, Office of Open Learning-Distance Learning	info@open.uoguelph.ca		Guelph	Ontario	N1G 2W1	www.open.uoguelph.ca/online/welcome.htm	519-767-5000	519-824-1112	Canada
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Title: Open Online; University of Guelph; Office of Online Learning: Program and Course Offerings (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Agricultural science,Biology,Ecology,Environmental science,Geology,History and philosophy of science,Soil science	Description: This is the web page for the on-line course offerings of the Office of Open Learning at the University of Guelph. Short course descriptions and a tour of a sample course may be reviewed. Course subject areas include, Agriculture and Agribusiness, Biological Sciences, Environment (and Ecology), Geology, Soil Science, and Meteorology. Registration is required for participation in courses.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.open.uoguelph.ca/online/coursesoffered.htm
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 3	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Green & Growing Environmental Education Projects Incorporated	green@gatewest.net								
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Title: Green & Growing Presents: From the Ground Up: Teachers' Guide Outline	Keywords: Agricultural science,Environmental science,Soil science	Description: This web page provides the on-line version of a teachers guide for a course on agriculture and sustainable development. This guide is divided into five lessons: The History of Agriculture and a Description of Sustainable Development; Soil; Agriculture and Chemicals; The Real Cost of Food; and Everything's Connected. The lessons are designed to stimulate discussion of agricultural practices within the relationship of sustainable development. Each lesson contains objectives, focusing questions, and a variety of student based activities. A glossary of terms, a bibliography, and resource guide are also provided. The material draws on Canadian sources. Teachers are encouraged to download the material, lessons, background essays, and worksheets, for in-class use. There is an accompanying 1/2 hour VHS video, as well as a French version (Vert la croissance) available from Green & Growing, for a fee. A 46-page teacher's guide is also available for a fee.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.gatewest.net/~green/from/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: From the Ground up, Vert la croissance, and their accompanying Teachers' Guides' are copyright 1995 by Green & Growing Environmental Education Projects Inc. Educators may download and reprint worksheets for non-profit classroom use. All other rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Mark	Torrence			Raytheon Information Technology and Scientific Services Corporation	mtorrenc@geodesy2.gsfc.nasa.gov	7701 Greenbelt Road, Suite 300	Greenbelt	MD	20770		301-441-4115		
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Title: Tectonic Plate Motion	Keywords: Geology	Description: This site uses satellite laser ranging (SLR) to determine absolute rates of tectonic movement for crustal plates. There is a list of satellite laser ranging observatory sites including their location and a site description. Also included are an explanation of satellite laser ranging techniques and capabilities, and an interactive map showing the amount of motion at selected sites on the globe.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://cddisa.gsfc.nasa.gov/926/slrtecto.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				California Department of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology	dmglib@consrv.ca.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				California Department of Conservation, Public Affairs Office	webmaster@consrv.ca.gov						916-323-1886		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				California Department of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology Library, Teachers Resource Center	cedwards@consrv.ca.gov	801 K Street, MS 14-34	Sacramento	CA	95814	http://www.consrv.ca.gov/dmg/library/index.htm	916-445-5716		
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Title: Department of Conservation: Division of Mines and Geology: California's State Geological Survey	Keywords: Geology,Structural geology	Description: This is the home page for California's State Geological Survey. This page has information about hot topics and new products and reports issued by the Division of Mines and Geology. There is a link to their maps, data, and publications that are available online. There is also information about meetings and workshops, links to related agencies, and much more. The Teacher Features page has links to answers for common questions about California's geology and an on-line version of the Teacher Feature section from California Geology magazine, which contains resources intended for use by educators in the classroom.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.consrv.ca.gov/dmg/index.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © California Department of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology, 2001. All rights reserved. The Department of Conservation makes no warranties as to the suitability of this product for any purpose.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U. S. Geological Survey									
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Title: United States Geological Survey, Earthquake Hazards Program: Earthquake Research	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards,Structural geology	Description: This is the web page for the Earthquake Hazards Program (EHP) of the United States Geological Survey (USGS), which is part of the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP) lead by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Earthquake research activities of the United States Geological Society are described under broad categories: borehole geophysics and rock mechanics, crustal deformation, earthquake information, earthquake geology and paleoseismology, hazards, seismology and earth structure, and strong motion seismology, site response, and ground motion. The research projects are topically and regionally based. Other links include: earthquake activity, earthquake facts and education, earthquake products, hazards and preparedness, regional websites, and seismic networks.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/research/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Larry	Mayer		Dr	Miami University, Department of Geology	mayerL@muohio.edu		Oxford	OH	45056		513-529-3241	513-529-1542	
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Title: Active Tectonics	Keywords: Structural geology,Geology	Description: The Active Tectonics Web Server was established in order to effectively disseminate ideas resulting from the Active Tectonics initiative. The initiative is intended to enhance multidisciplinary research on active tectonic environments. The web site contains a section on recent developments in tectonics, an active tectonics image gallery, and a list of links to web pages related to active tectonics.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.muohio.edu/tectonics/activetectonics.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United State Geological Survey, Cascades Volcano Observatory	GS-CVO-WEB@usgs.gov	5400 MacArthur Boulevard	Vancouver	WA	98661	http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/home.html	360-993-8900	360-993-8980	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): L.	Mastin	G.		United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Waitt	B.	R.		United States Geological Survey									
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Title: Is Glacier Peak a Dangerous Volcano? (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: Glacier Peak in north-central Washington state is not prominently visible from any major metropolitan centers, and so its attractions, as well as its hazards, tend to be overlooked. Yet, Glacier Peak has produced larger and more explosive eruptions than any other Washington volcano except Mount St. Helens. In the past 14,000 years, Glacier Peak has erupted at least a dozen times, most recently around the eighteenth century. The probability and hazards of a future eruption is discussed. Includes map of thickness of ash erupted from Glacier Peak's largest ash eruption about 13,000 years ago and map of areas inundated by debris flows from Glacier Peak eruptions. This is USGS Open-File Report 95-413.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/Volcanoes/GlacierPeak/Hazards/OFR95-413/OFR95-413.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law. You are welcome to make a link to any of the Web pages USGS has published on the Internet. There is no need to request permission. Use of the USGS visual identifier (logo) is restricted to official publications. We will identify material we use from sources outside of USGS, and request others do the same when using information published by USGS. Credit can be provided by including on the page (or via a link to a credits page) a citation such as: Credit: U. S. Geological Survey. U. S. Geological Survey/photo by Jane Doe (if the artist is known). USGS/Ft. Collins, CO (if originating office but not the artist is known)
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Information Office	information@whoi	Co-op Building, MS #16	Woods Hole	MA	02543		508-548-1400	508-457-2034	
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Title: Dive and Discover: Expeditions to the Seafloor	Keywords: Biological oceanography,Chemical oceanography,Geochemistry,Ecology,Physical oceanography	Description: This is the web site for Dive and Discover, an interactive distance learning web site designed to immerse you in the excitement of discovery and exploration of the deep seafloor. Dive and Discover brings you on board a series of research cruises to the Pacific and Indian Oceans, and gives you access to the latest oceanographic and deep submergence research as it happens. This site allows you to join scientists who are exploring the seafloor and making amazing deep-sea discoveries. Current research cruises are investigating the biological communities of hydrothermal vents and the volcanic activity of the mid-ocean ridge. The cruises use a variety of submersibles, including Alvin, Jason and Argo.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.divediscover.whoi.edu/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 2000 Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. All Rights Reserved. Text, graphics and other material contained in this Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution WWW server © is intended solely for scholarly use by the academic and scientific community. Information contained includes material proprietary to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Use or reproduction of any material herein for any commercial purpose (including but not limited to, textbooks, exhibits, and products for sale) is prohibited without the prior written consent of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution's Media Relations Office (visual materials) or Office of Commercial Affairs (all other).
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Ben	van der Pluijm		Dr	University of Michigan, Department of Geological Sciences	vdpluijm@umich.edu	2534 C.C. Little Building	Ann Arbor	MI	48109-1063	http://www-personal.umich.edu/~vdpluijm/index.html	734-763-0373	734-763-4690	
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Title: Earth Structure: An Introduction to Structural Geology and Tectonics	Keywords: Structural geology	Description: This is the home page for Ben van der Pluijm's and Steve Marshak's structural geology textbook. This page contains a brief synopsis of each of the chapters in their text. The chapter summaries in total provide an overview of the basic principles of structural geology and tectonics. Section A. covers Fundamentals such as force, stress, deformation, strain and rheology; Section B. covers Brittle Structures (faults, veins and joints); Section C covers Ductile Structures (folds, fabrics, shear zones etc); and Section D. covers Tectonics and Regional Deformation. The page also contains structural and tectonic animations and links to numerous related web sites and professional organizations.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www-personal.umich.edu/~vdpluijm/earthstructure.htm
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © van der Pluijm and Marshak, 1997-2000. This page and its links contain copyrighted material. Reproduction in any form requires permission from the original copyright holders, the authors and/or the publishers.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Columbia University, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory	billr@lamont.ldeo.columbia.edu								
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Title: Movie of the Pacific/Antarctic Ridge	Keywords: Geology,Physical oceanography,Structural geology	Description: Five excerpts from a movie about seafloor spreading along the axis of the Pacific/Antarctic Ridge are available at this site. This movie was presented at the fall 1993 AGU Meeting in San Francisco. The bathymetry movies show the seafloor spreading of the surface topography.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://imager.ldeo.columbia.edu/Other_stuff/PAR_Movie/parmovie.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Webmaster				University of California, Museum of Paleontology	webmaster@ucmp1.berkeley.edu	1101 Valley Life Sciences Building	Berkeley	CA	94720-4780		510-642-1821	510-642-1822	
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Title: Continental Drift	Keywords: Geologic time,Geology,Paleontology	Description: This web page is an animation showing the changing locations of the continents over the last 740 million years. You can click on the animation to get a paleontological history of any era (Cenozoic, Mesozoic, Paleozoic or Precambrian). Additional information on the stratigraphy, ancient life, localities and tectonics for each era is provided.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/geology/anim1.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1994 - 2001 by The University of California Museum of Paleontology, Berkeley, and the Regents of the University of California. All materials appearing on the UCMP Web Servers (WWW.UCMP.BERKELEY.EDU and UCMP1.BERKELEY.EDU) may not be reproduced or stored in a retrieval system without prior written permission of the publisher and in no case for profit.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Randolph	Koski		Dr	United States Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, Coastal and Marine Geology Program	randy@octopus.wr.usgs.gov	USGS, MS 999, 345 Middlefield Road	Menlo Park	CA	94025		-415-354-3208		
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Title: The Escanaba Trough of Gorda Ridge: A Laboratory for Mineral-forming Processes	Keywords: Geology,Physical oceanography,Structural geology	Description: This is a USGS (United States Geological Survey) fact sheet about the seafloor spreading ridge located off of the coast of northern California. The Escanaba Trough of southern Gorda Ridge is a slowly-spreading ocean ridge that provides a unique perspective on the formation of world-class metal deposits. The Escanaba Trough provides opportunities for scientists to learn details about tectonics, volcanism, mineral formation, and biological activity that are not normally observed at mid-ocean ridges. It is a geological laboratory of grand proportions.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://marine.usgs.gov/fact-sheets/gorda/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law. You are welcome to make a link to any of the Web pages USGS has published on the Internet. There is no need to request permission. Use of the USGS visual identifier (logo) is restricted to official publications. We will identify material we use from sources outside of USGS, and request others do the same when using information published by USGS. Credit can be provided by including on the page (or via a link to a credits page) a citation such as: Credit: U. S. Geological Survey. U. S. Geological Survey/photo by Jane Doe (if the artist is known). USGS/Ft. Collins, CO (if originating office but not the artist is known)
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Webmaster				Edugreen	webgroup@teri.res.in								India
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Title: Water: Depletion, Pollution and Conservation - Title enhanced by cataloger	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: This water education site offers information on water with respect to the hydrologic cycle, water pollution and depletion, and water conservation, with an emphasis on India's water situation. A wealth of resources are available including Poems, act along Stories, Quizzes, an Environment Calendar, bibliographies of Indian environmentalists- Path Finder, Activities, Cartoons, Maps of India, a Glossary, case studies of the Ganga and Yamuna rivers, Questions and Answers, Video Clips and more.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://edugreen.teri.res.in/explore/water/water.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information Is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Robert	Butler		Dr	Leeds University, School of Earth Sciences	R.Butler@earth.leeds.ac.uk	LS2 9JT	Leeds			http://earth.leeds.ac.uk/people/r_butler.htm	44-113-233-5249	44-113-233-5259	UK
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Martin	Casey		Dr	Leeds University, School of Earth Sciences	M.Casey@earth.leeds.ac.uk	LS2 9JT	Leeds			http://earth.leeds.ac.uk/people/m_casey.htm	44-113-233-6626	44 113 233 5259	U.K.
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Geoff	Lloyd		Dr	Leeds University, School of Earth Sciences	G.Lloyd@earth.leeds.ac.uk	LS2 9JT	Leeds			http://earth.leeds.ac.uk/people/g_lloyd.htm	44-113-233-5209	44-113-233-5259	UK
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Andrew	McCaig		Dr	Leeds University, School of Earth Sciences	A.McCaig@earth.leeds.ac.uk	LS2 9JT	Leeds			http://earth.leeds.ac.uk/people/a_mccaig.htm	44-113-233-5219	44-113-233-5259	U.K.
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Title: Teaching Resources in Structural Geology	Keywords: Structural geology	Description: This is the home page for the School of Earth Sciences of the University of Leeds, U.K., web-based teaching resources in structural geology. The site consists of seven main sections. The Folds, Faults, Shear Zones, and Minor Structures sections provide a fairly extensive introduction to their respective topics, including diagrams and annotated photographs. The "Introduction to the Structural Geology of the Western Alps" section uses the Western Alps as a case study for structural geology. The Virtual Fieldtrips section contains photographs, background information and field data for six specific natural examples of structural geology. The six virtual field trips are: The Moine Thrust Belt, The Dead Sea Fault, Nanga Parbat, Exhumation of Eclogites in the Western Gneiss Region of Norway, The Internal Alps, and A Subalpine Field Excursion. The seventh section contains links to structural geology resources.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://earth.leeds.ac.uk/learnstructure/index.htm
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 2000 School of Earth Sciences, Leeds University.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey		509 National Center	Reston	VA	20192	http://www.usgs.gov/			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	macweb@usgs.gov								
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Title: Earth Science Quiz	Keywords: Geologic time,Geology,Geophysics	Description: This site offers a quiz about several general topics in earth science, with links to the answers. The questions are: Name four types of volcanoes. What is the largest active volcano in the United States? Which state has the most potentially active volcanoes? What are the three main rock types? How much would you weigh on the Moon? During what Era of geologic time did the dinosaurs live? (links to materials on geologic time and dinosaurs) Name the three main layers that make up the Earth. How do most earthquakes occur? (sketch map of world with some plate boundaries).
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://mac.usgs.gov/mac/visitors/html/quiz-nf.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law. You are welcome to make a link to any of the Web pages USGS has published on the Internet. There is no need to request permission. Use of the USGS visual identifier (logo) is restricted to official publications. We will identify material we use from sources outside of USGS, and request others do the same when using information published by USGS.Credit can be provided by including on the page (or via a link to a credits page) a citation such as: Credit: U. S. Geological Survey. U. S. Geological Survey/photo by Jane Doe (if the artist is known). USGS/Ft. Collins, CO (if originating office but not the artist is known)
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Western Earthquake Hazards Team	webmaster@ehznorth.wr.usgs.gov	345 Middlefield Road	Menlo Park	CA	94035		650-329-4668	650-329-5617	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Susan	Garcia		Ms	United States Geological Survey, Western Earthquake Hazards Team							650-329-4668		
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Title: USGS; Earthquake Hazards Program-Northern California; Special Features	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: This page describes current special features on seismology, faults, and earthquakes. The current articles covered the topics shake maps for Northern and Southern California, Real-time display of seismograms for Northern California, an Earthquake probability study for the San Francisco Bay area, Landscape, seascape and faults of the San Francisco Bay area, and the Scientific expedition for the earthquake in Turkey 1999. Visitors who feel significant earthquakes in this area are invited to participate in an internet survey of ground shaking and damage. Visitors may also view previous features.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://quake.usgs.gov/features/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: These pages on this site are the product of the United States Federal Government and are not subject to copyright. Therefore, no further permission is required to copy these pages, print them out, reuse them, distribute them, or provide links to them. We do request that proper credit be given to the USGS as the source of the information.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center	cdiac@ornl.gov	P. O. Box 2008	Oak Ridge	TN	37831-6335		865-574-3645	865-574-2232	
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Title: CDIAC; Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Chemical oceanography,Climatology	Description: This site is the homepage of the Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center (CDIAC) which includes the World Data Center for Atmospheric Trace Gases. CDIAC is the primary global-change data and information analysis center of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). CDIAC responds to data and information requests from users from all over the world who are concerned with the greenhouse effect and global climate change. CDIAC's data holdings include records of the concentrations of carbon dioxide and other radiatively active gases in the atmosphere; the role of the terrestrial biosphere and the oceans in the biogeochemical cycles of greenhouse gases; emissions of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere; long-term climate trends; the effects of elevated carbon dioxide on vegetation; and the vulnerability of coastal areas to rising sea level. In operation since 1982, CDIAC: obtains, evaluates, and archives data, compiles and distributes digital numeric data packages and computer model packages, provides data management support to global-change related scientific projects, distributes related reports, produces the newsletter, CDIAC Communications, and in general acts as the information focus for the U.S. DOE Global Change Research Program. CDIAC is supported by DOE's Environmental Sciences Division of the Office of Biological and Environmental Research. CDIAC represents DOE in the multi-agency Global Change Data and Information System.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://cdiac.esd.ornl.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Documents provided from the web server were sponsored by a contractor of the U.S. Government. Accordingly, the U.S. Government retains a nonexclusive, royalty-free license to publish or reproduce these documents, or to allow others to do so, for U.S. Government purposes. These documents may be freely distributed and used for non-commerical, scientific and educational purposes.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Norman	Sleep		Dr	Stanford University, Department of Geophysics		Mitchell Bldg. Room 360	Stanford	CA	94305-2215		650-723-4746	650-725-7344	
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Title: Plate tectonics and the evolution of climate	Keywords: Geology	Description: Recent work has shown that climate, life, and tectonics interact in ways that are sometimes profound yet not obvious. Norman Sleep reviews two better understood terrestrial examples in this paper. First, the development of compressional orogens is strongly influenced by climate in that the extent of erosion determines whether high or low mountain ranges develop. Second, global geochemical processes are strongly influenced by tectonics and climate. For example, the build-up of oxygen in the Earth's atmosphere has been aided by deposit of organic-rich sediments in new ocean basins which prevented reaction of the oxygen with the reduced products of photosynthesis. The volume of the ocean depends on the extent to which water is subducted within the oceanic crust and sediments and on the extent which this water is returned to the surface at island arcs. Comparative planetology and further terrestrial studies are likely to yield additional examples of climatic, biological, and tectonic interaction.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://earth.agu.org/revgeophys/sleep00/sleep00.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1995 American Geophysical Union
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Jürgen	Kraus		Dr	Geological Survey of Canada	kraus@unb.ca	601 Booth St.,	Ottawa	Ontario	K1A 0E8	http://craton.geol.brocku.ca/guest/jurgen/kraus.htm			Canada
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Title: Structural Geology and Metamorphic Petrology on the WWW	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology,Structural geology	Description: This site provides numerous tools to scientists involved in the structural and metamorphic textures on all scales, and the processes responsible for their development. Thie site also contains a comprehensive compilation of geological study groups, geological surveys and other organizations. The tools provided include links to journals, thin sections, databases, structural geology and petrology course pages, and more. The site also has sections devoted to geoscience job opportunities, listservs, and upcoming conferences and meetings in structural geology and metamorphic petrology.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://craton.geol.brocku.ca/guest/jurgen/struct.htm
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © J. Kraus 1997-98
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Susan	Hanson			Clark University, School of Geography	CCG2@clarku.edu		Worcester	MA	01610-1477				
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Title: Hands-On: Developing Active Learning Modules On The Human Dimensions Of Global Change	Keywords: Human geography,Physical geography,Policy issues,Environmental science	Description: This is the site for the Association of American Geographers Hands-On education project. This site provides ten teaching/learning modules focused on the human dimensions of global change. Designed for use in any introductory course that deals with human-environment relationships, the modules actively engage students in problem solving, challenge them to think critically, invite them to participate in the process of scientific inquiry, and involve them in cooperative learning. Each module consists of several units, each of which focuses on an aspect of the module's theme. The core of each unit is a variety of student activities that have been designed to be challenging but not baffling. The activities vary in type, in the time they require, in skill level assumed, and in the skills developed. They involve critical reading, data collection, assessment, interpretation and analysis, map reading and interpretation, field trips, interviewing, role playing, and writing for particular audiences. Many activities link the student's own lives with processes of local, regional, and global change. Each unit comes with some background reading to introduce the topic. The modules provide instructors with a broad array of specific ideas for involving students actively and collaboratively in learning about nature-society relationships. Instructors can choose the activities that best suit their class size, students' abilities, and institutional settings. Some activities can be completed in one class session whereas others are out-of-class projects and may take longer. An instructor who uses an entire module will have material for roughly two weeks of classes.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.aag.org/HDGC/Hands_On.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1996-1999 The Association of American Geographers
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of California, Berkeley, Museum of Paleontology	webmaster@ucmp1.berkeley.edu	1101 Valley Life Sciences Building	Berkeley	CA	94720-4780	http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/museum/contact.html	510-642-1821	510-642-1822	
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Title: University of California, Berkeley: Museum of Paleontology	Keywords: Geologic time,Paleontology	Description: This is the home page for the Museum of Paleontology at the University of California, Berkeley. This is a very extensive site. From the home page you can access the current exhibits and educational resources, browse or search their collections, or read about current news and research in the paleontology field. The educational resources section contains very thorough lessons complete with learning objectives, background information for the teacher, links to other related lessons, and more. Included among these is Learning From the Fossil Record; a set of articles and classroom activities using paleontology to teach major concepts in science, and the Integrating Science,Teaching, and Technology (ISTAT) Digital Curriculum Guide which contains lessons that meet the 1998 Science Content and Performance Standards of the San Francisco Unified School District. The lessons are organized by physical science, life science, and earth and space science.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1994_2001 by The University of California Museum of Paleontology, Berkeley, and the Regents of the University of California. All materials appearing on the UCMP Web Servers (WWW.UCMP.BERKELEY.EDU and UCMP1.BERKELEY.EDU) may not be reproduced or stored in a retrieval system without prior written permission of the publisher and in no case for profit. For permission to use any photograph or illustration that is the property of UCMP, please contact the webmaster.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Ron	Blakey		Dr	Northern Arizona University, Department of Geology	ronald.blakey@nau.edu	Box 4099	Flagstaff	AZ	86011	http://vishnu.glg.nau.edu/rcb/RCB.html	520-523-2740	520-523-9220	
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Title: Global Earth History	Keywords: Geologic time,Geology,Structural geology	Description: This presentation uses a series of plate-tectonic reconstructions to show the broad patterns of Phanerozoic Earth history. Both horizontal and vertical links are provided for viewing the plates: horizontal links provide time-slices (e.g. Cambrian, Devonian, Triassic, etc.) of different kinds of data on maps and other illustrations whereas vertical links provide a dynamic portrayal of Earth history through a succession of similar plate-tectonic reconstructions. There are three categories of vertical links. The first is Paleogeographic globes, which has 14 paleogeographic maps from 510 Ma to present showing global and North America and Europe reconstructions. The second is Tectonics, Sedimentation, Paleogeography of North Atlantic Region, which has 21 tripart maps that show the sedimentologic, tectonic, and paleogeographic evolution of the North Atlantic region (North America, Europe, and parts of Asia, South America, and Africa). The third is 1st Order Global Tectonic Features, composed of 28 maps that display the major tectonic elements (plates, oceans, ridges, subduction zones, mountain belts) through time. The menu on the home page provides access to all of these reconstructions.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://vishnu.glg.nau.edu/rcb/globaltext.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Dietmar	Müller		Dr	The University of Sydney, School of Geoscienes, Division of Geology and Geophysics	dietmar@es.usyd.edu.au	Building F05 , The University of Sydney	Sydney	NSW 2006		http://www.es.usyd.edu.au/geology/people/staff/dietmar/dietmar.html	61-2-9351-2003	61-2-9351-0184	Australia
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Title: Homepage for Dr. R. Dietmar Müller (title provided by cataloger)	Keywords: Geology,Geologic time	Description: Dietmar Müller is an earth scientist with interests in marine geophysics, tectonic plate motions, geodynamics, continental margin tectonics, petroleum exploration, and seafloor imaging. His home page has links to news articles, abstracts, summaries, and interviews about his work on hot spot convection and the tectonic rifting of the Antarctic. It also has a link to tectonic animations. These animations include a mantle convection simulation, global plate tectonic reconstructions, the West Australian Margin, Opening of the Tasman Sea, and more.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.es.usyd.edu.au/geology/people/staff/dietmar/dietmar.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright for the news articles and interviews belong to respective publishing organizations. Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown for the movies.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): James	Meyers	H.	Dr	Winona State University, Department of Geology		114 Pasteur Hall	Winona	MN	55987		507-457-5260	507-457-5681	
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Title: Geology of Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, U.S.A.	Keywords: Cryology,Geology,Structural geology	Description: This site presents an overview of the general geology, the structure, and the glaciation of the Teton Range in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming U.S.A. Examples of cirques, glacial horns, terraces and glacial outwash plains are presented. A link to a personal account of an Avalanche Canyon loop hike is also available.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.winona.msus.edu/geology/travels/tetons/travel.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Rod	Holcombe		Dr	The University of Queensland, Department of Earth Sciences	rodh@earthsciences.uq.edu.au		Queensland		4072	http://www.earthsciences.uq.edu.au/~rodh/index.html	+61-7-3365-2178	+61-7-3365-1277	Australia
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Title: Structural Geology Mapping/GIS Software	Keywords: Structural geology,Technology	Description: This site contains Stereographic Projection and Rose Diagram plotting packages (GEOrient); a structural and drillhole calculator (GeoCalculator); strain, and shear zone calculators; geological field database information; and Geographic Information Systems (Mapinfo) software for plotting structural symbols on maps (GeoMapSymbol; previously GeoSymbol]. There are also several animations for teaching structural geology.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.earthsciences.uq.edu.au/~rodh/software/index.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The packages (unregistered) are free to academic users (teachers and students) for teaching and non-commercial research purposes (although paid registration will be required if academic users wish to exceed the plot window restriction for versions of GEOrient later than Version 6 or access the full capabilities of GeoCalculator). For other users the cost of each package is given on the web page. Please acknowledge the author of each package in any publication or figure arising from their use. The animations are free for use as long as they are attributed to the source.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Bruce	Grant	W.		Widener University, Department of Biology	grant@pop1.science.widener.edu		Chester	PA	19013		610-499-4017		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Peter	Kish			Southwestern Oklahoma State University	kishp@swosu.edu								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				The Ecological Society of America		1707 H St., NW, Suite 400	Washington	DC	20006	http://www.sdsc.edu/~ESA/esa.htm	202-833-8773	202-833-8775	
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Title: ESA EdWeb Ecology Course Syllabus Exchange	Keywords: Ecology,Educational theory and practice,Environmental science	Description: As part of the Ecological Society of America (ESA)'s EdWeb, this site features course syllabi for undergraduate and graduate ecology courses. Over 40 professors/lecturers have posted links to their websites at the page, covering undergraduate introductory ecology courses, advanced undergraduate/graduate courses in ecology, undergraduate/graduate conservation biology courses , undergraduate environmental science and studies courses, ecology and environmental science education courses for teachers. There is currently a call for further contributions.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.science.widener.edu/~grant/esa/ecosyllabi.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: This page is Copyright Bruce W. Grant and the Ecological Society of America (2001). All links to course syllabi directly from this site were made with the written consent of each syllabus author. You are welcome to download some or all of the material posted at this site for your use in your efforts to further biological and ecological education. This does not include commercial uses for profit. However, if you use any lengthy exerpts (more than 2 lines) of the material available at this site, I request that you formally acknowledge this site and any sources acknowledged therein. To use any of the material available at any of the sites linked to this site, please consult the the web site from which you quote, since the copyrights are retained by the authors, any one of whom may exercise a right to restrict your use of their material beyond that which is described in this comment for this page.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Matthias	Baxmann			Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Urban Studies and Planning	mbaxmann@alum.mit.edu	77 Massachusetts Ave.	Cambridge	MA	02139		617-253-0779		
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Title: Spatial Consensus-building Through Access to Web-based GIS: An Online Planning Tool For Leipzig	Keywords: Policy issues,Technology	Description: This paper examines how emerging information system technologies and consensus techniques can be integrated to overcome barriers to land use planning. Complex planning and decision making require close collaboration among many parties, yet communication and collaboration breakdowns are often at the heart of failed planning efforts. Among other factors, a lack of trust and inadequate institutional support for communication among stakeholders tend to hinder effective spatial planning. Recent developments in geographic information systems (GIS) and network technology can be combined to enhance communication among multiple stakeholders and their access to relevant information. To take advantage of the opportunities offered by these technologies, a framework that organizes and integrates stakeholders and technologies must be devised. This paper proposes a model that is based on an Internet client/server architecture and organized around a "hub institution." It describes the model's main components that facilitate joint planning among multiple stakeholders in a mediated online environment. It concludes with design recommendations for implementing such an online planning model.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.spatial.maine.edu/ucgis/testproc/baxmann/baxmann.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): James	Lorman		Dr	Edgewood College	lorman@edgewood.edu		Madison	WI					
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Title: Wisconsin Watershed Connection	Keywords: Ecology,Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: This is the home site for the Wisconsin Watershed Connection. The goal of this organization is to promote networking, education, and public involvement around local ecological and cultural issues. This site is for teachers, students, and the general public, who are interested in furthering their knowledge of watersheds and education. The site contains information on five topics, which are interrelated with water ecosystems. Topic I, Watersheds, provides a focus for education and resource management, and the guiding concepts behind this site. Topic II, Maps and Mapping, examines environmental patterns and relationships big and small, and includes a section on GIS. Topic III, Ecosystem Health, explores the systematic approach to the preventive, diagnostic, and prognostic aspects of ecosystem management and the understanding of relationships between ecosystem health and human health. Topic IV, Phenology, studies the response of living organisms to seasonal and climatic changes. Topic V, Worms, identifies what a worm has in common with a watershed, and their importance in the environment. All topics have introductory explanations, and a list or link to further resources where more can be learned. Each topic has at least one associated activity, while some have numerous activities. A page is provided for teachers that reviews the activities, links to teacher resources, and lists the Wisconsin Model Academic Standards.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://danenet.wicip.org/gisedu/default.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Betty Jo	Azpell			Divine Savior Holy Angels School	dsha@dsha.k12.wi.us	4257 North 100th Street	Milwaukee	WI	53222		414-462-3742		
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Title: Independent Science Research Projects: Testing the Waters Project. (Title enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: This site contains information on "Testing the Waters", an independent high school science research project, conducted in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and surrounding communities. This project could easily be adapted for other high schools in areas with suitable surface waters for study. The goal of the project is for students to receive an education in river ecology and responsible citizenship. Students learn to collect water quality data, research land influences affecting the river, and develop measures to protect waterways. "Testing the Waters" introduces students to the basics of stream biology and environmental management. A Timetable/Syllabus is featured that outlines the necessary research steps. A listing of competitions in Milwaukee is given, where students will display their various independent projects. Graphing instructions are also specified to aid students in data presentation. There is also a link to student research papers dating back to 1996. The papers encompass a wealth of topics besides water research, such as the Mozart Effect and sunspots effect on solar radio audio intensity.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.dsha.k12.wi.us/science/Sttw.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	vhpweb@volcanoes.usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): H.	Glicken												
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Gary	Rosenquist												
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Title: Landslide at Mount St. Helens volcano triggers explosive eruption on May 18, 1980	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This web page describes the series of events, most notably, the landslide, leading up to the eruption of the Mt. St. Helens volcano on May 10, 1980. This landslide event is described with text accompanying seven photographs. Links are also provided on various other volcano resources. These include, types and effects of volcano hazards, location, gas, lahars, landslides, lava flows, pyroclastic flows and tephra. Also included are links to a photoglossary on volcanoes, volcano observations, an educator's page, and current U.S. activity.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/Hazards/What/Landslides/MSHSlide.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Laurel	Lacher	J	Dr	Tribal Watershed Training Program	LLACHER@wmonline.com	P.O. Box 1772	Pinetop	AZ	85935-1772	http://cires.colorado.edu/~laurel	520-235-1134; 303-735-544	520-338-5195	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Jonathan	Long	W.	Mr	Tribal Watershed Training Program	jonathanwlong@juno.com	P.O. Box 1772	Pinetop	AZ	85935-1772		520-338-1336		
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Title: Tribal Watershed Training Program	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: The site describes the philosophy, target audience, and content of the Tribal Watershed Training Program. The mission of this program is to provide specialized training in watershed sciences, basic research, and public outreach to prepare tribal members for service as natural resources program managers in tribal governments. It provides information for cooperators who wish to sponsor the program. It also gives prospective student participants an idea of the level of expertise needed to take part in the program and the type of learning they can expect to experience by participating.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://cires.colorado.edu/~laurel/index_files/frame.htm
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: All material may be used with citation/acknowledgement of web site and Tribal Watershed Training Program.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey			Menlo Park	CA					
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	vhpweb@volcanoes.usgs.gov								
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Title: Effects of Pyroclastic Surge at Mount St. Helens, Washington; May 18, 1980	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This web page is on the effects of pyroclastic surge at the May 18th eruption of Mount St. Helens, Washington. Surge effects are illustrated in 9 photographs with accompanying text.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/Hazards/Effects/MSHsurge_effects.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): James	Lorman		Dr	Edgewood College	lorman@edgewood.edu		Madison	WI					
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Title: Yahara Watershed Education Network	Keywords: Educational theory and practice,Environmental science,Hydrology,Ecology,Technology	Description: This is the home site for the Yahara Watershed Education Network, an informal "umbrella" for educational activities that focus on local Wisconsin issues using watershed and ecosystem health as integrating concepts. Here, one can connect to information on the network's activities. The Living Machine Project is an ongoing study of the use of living systems to help protect and restore water resources. The Heron Institute collaborates educators, government, students, and scientists working together on watershed issues. The Yahara Watershed Fair is a yearly educational event bringing together educators and resource specialists to share their work on watershed issues. The Yahara Watershed Journal is available for viewing past and present issues, and contributions are welcome. Heron Notes is a biyearly newsletter on Yahara Watershed issues. Two links are available to the Heron Network and a GIS project. The Heron Network is a group of teachers and students working together to create a collaborative curriculum based on inquiry. The GIS Project is hosted by the Wisconsin Watershed Connection, and promotes networking, education, and public involvement around local ecological and cultural issues.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://danenet.wicip.org/ywen/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): David	Wirth			Heron Network	dmwirth@students.wisc.edu.		Madison	WI					
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Robert	Wiesner			Heron Network	rwiesner@facstaff.wisc.edu.		Madison	WI					
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Title: The Heron Network	Keywords: Educational theory and practice	Description: This is the home site for the Heron Network, a group of Wisconsin teachers working together to develop teaching strategies that incorporate student inquiry across a range of scientific and mathematical directions of study. The primary focus is electronic publication of children’s accounts of what they have learned. Children are encouraged to respond to each other's work at different times during their investigations through proposals, class visits, and mid-year conventions. The site includes an area where educators can share ideas and suggestions.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://danenet.wicip.org/heron/index.html
Learning Context: 4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright @2000 by the Heron Network, Madison, Wisconsin. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Jane	Frankenberger		Dr	Purdue University	frankenb@purdue.edu	Extension Services	West Lafayette	IN	47907		765-494-1194		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Stacye	Johnson			Purdue University	stacye.johnson@ces.purdue.edu	Extension Services	West Lafayette	IN	47907		765-496-6331		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Brent	Ladd			Purdue University	laddb@ecn.purdue.edu	Extension Services	West Lafayette	IN	47907		765-496-6331		
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Title: Safe Water for Kids	Keywords: Environmental science,Geology,Hydrology	Description: This website houses hands-on water education activities. These activities can be used indoors, in a classroom setting, or outdoors. Activity I, How Does Water Move Through the Earth, displays the presence and character of pore spaces in sediments and rocks. Activity II, Where Does Contamination Go, demonstrates the law of conservation of mass, and contaminant movement. Activity III, Is Dilution the Solution to Pollution, shows the effect of dilution on certain contaminants. Activity IV, Down the Drain and into the Yard, reveals how a private septic system works, ways it can be damaged and how it should be maintained. Activity V, Aquifer in a Pan, exhibits some aspects of the interactions between ground water and surface water. This activity provides a visual tool to show how water is stored in an aquifer, and how drinking water can become contaminated by human activities that occur near the earth's surface. All activities are available in a printer friendly format. Links are provided to Purdue University's Safe Water for the Future Extension Program.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ecn.purdue.edu/SafeWater/kids/index.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Tennessee-American Water Company	webinfo@wmsco.com	P.O. Box 6338	Chattanooga	TN	37401		423-755-7616		
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Title: Tennessee American Water Company - Kid's stuff	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: This web site houses water information, lessons and activities for children and teachers. It includes several pages: The Story of Drinking Water lists many facts about water as a resource, its physical properties and characteristics, and it's necessity for life. A Teacher's Guide is provided for the Story of Drinking Water. It contains fourteen complete lesson plans and classroom activities that all focus on water. Water Magic contains four water activities for young children; while Water Can Be Fun houses twelve water-related project ideas for older students. It provides a glossary. Because a water supply company hosts this site, there is a preview of a River Exhibit, which is an educational tour that visitors can take of the plant.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.tawc.com/kidsstuff/kidsstuff.html
Learning Context: 4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1997 Tennessee-American Water Company
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Volcano Hazards Program			Menlo Park	CA					
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	vhpweb@volcanoes.usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): J.	Griggs	D.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): M.	Mangan	T.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): R.	Decker	W.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): S.	Brantley	R.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): C.	Heliker	C.											
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Title: Long-lasting Eruption of Kilauea Volcano, Hawai`i Leads to Volcanic-Air Pollution	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Environmental science,Natural hazards	Description: In 1986 the eruption of Kilauea Volcano changed from the episodic fountaining of lava and gas at Pu`u O`o cone every few weeks to the continuous outpouring of lava from a new vent only 3 kilometers away. The volcano began releasing a large, steady supply of sulfur dioxide gas into the atmosphere. During the episodic activity, enough time had elapsed between fountaining episodes for the prevailing trade winds (brisk winds from the northeast of Hawai`i) to blow volcanic gas away from the island. When the eruption style changed, however, the daily release of as much as 2,000 tons of sulfur dioxide gas led to a persistent air pollution problem downwind. The sulfur dioxide (SO2) gas released reacts chemically with sunlight, oxygen, dust particles, and water in the air to form a mixture of sulfate (S04-2) aerosols (tiny particles and droplets), sulfuric acid (H2SO4), and other oxidized sulfur species. Together, this gas and aerosol mixture produces a hazy atmospheric condition known as volcanic smog or "vog." The condition is illustrated with 7 photographs, a shaded-relief map of the Island of Hawai`i showing the wind patterns, and a diagram of 1992-1997 SO2 emissions rates from Kilauea Volcano's east rift zone.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/Hazards/What/VolGas/VolGasPollution.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Western Earthquake Hazards Team	webmaster@ehzhorth.wr.usgs.gov	345 Middlefield Road	Menlo Park	CA	94035		650-329-4668	650-329-5617	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Susan	Garcia		Ms	United States Geological Survey, Western Earthquake Hazards Team							650-329-4668		
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Title: USGS; Earthquake Hazards Program-Northern California; Additional Resources	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: This page gives a mixed bag of resources, some from the United States Geological Survey, some not. Most are national to global rather than specifically about Northern California. Types include several web links lists, bibliographies, publications and reference lists, events calendars, mapping sites, and other regional to global earthquake hazards sites.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://quake.usgs.gov/resources/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Pages on this site are the product of the United States Federal Government and are not subject to copyright. Therefore, no further permission is required to copy these pages, print them out, reuse them, distribute them, or provide links to them. We do request that proper credit be given to the USGS as the source of the information.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Val	Shelton						Spokane	WA			509-358-7361		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Andy	Thoms						Portland	OR			503-230-5827		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Bonneville Power Adminstration		P.O. Box 3621	Portland	OR	97208-3621		800-622-4520		
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Title: Kids in the Creek	Keywords: Biology,Ecology,Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: This website houses lessons and activities for the classroom and for field use. The goal is to provide students with a simple method of assessing the long-term health of a stream by viewing and identifying the stream’s diversity of aquatic insects, and observing the world they inhabit. It explains the importance of a healthy watershed and the effect of a vibrant forest canopy and riparian area on the stream and its water quality. It also connects the conditions of the stream being explored to the immediate food chain as well as the entire ecosystem. Lessons cover water-testing procedures for temperature, dissolved oxygen and pH as well as methods for collecting and identifying aquatic insect indicator species. The Aquatic Macroinvertebrate Survey and Macroinvertebrate Stream Study components involve a stream field trip to find pollution tolerant and intolerant macroinvertebrates. However, this information may be incorporated as part of an in-class curriculum. Classroom follow-up activities include water quality testing, creation of a fishless aquarium and comparison of aquatic insect life cycle stages. A teacher's guide, student workbook, insect identification keys, and glossary are provided.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.bpa.gov/corporate/kr/ed/kidsinthecreek/homepage.htm
Learning Context: 4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Fen	Lewis		Mr.	Strongsville High School			Strongsville	OH					
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Title: Welcome to the Crooked River Project	Keywords: Environmental science,Ecology,Hydrology	Description: This site is home to the Crooked River Project. Developed by youth in Ohio, the Crooked River Project consisted of students studying the Cuyahoga River. This page provides information about the Cuyahoga River on the following subjects: watershed, history, water quality, pollution, recreation, organisms, and reason for concern. Links to other years of this project are available as well.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.lerc.nasa.gov/Other_Groups/K-12/fenlewis/Cuyahoga_River.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey			Menlo Park	CA					
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	vhpweb@volcanoes.usgs.gov								
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Title: Ash Thickness and Particle Size Downwind from Mount St. Helens, Washington, on May 18, 1980	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This web page displays two diagrams which show the thickness and mean-grain diameter of tephra that fell to the ground downwind of Mount Saint Helens during the eruption on May 18, 1980. The maximum distance from the volcano shown is 700 kilometers. Links are also provided to a photoglossary on natural hazards, volcano observatories, current United States volcanic activity, and an educator's page complete with additional learning resources.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/Hazards/What/Tephra/MSHTephraDist.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Alaska Volcano Observatory	avoweb@giseis.alaska.edu								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Chris	Nye												
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Title: Alaska Aleutian Arc Volcano Eruption Activity Map (title provided by cataloger)	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This web page is a color JPEG image of volcanoes of the Aleutian Islands, Alaska, with names and dates of last eruptions. Key indicates time of last major eruption within last 200, 10,000, and 1,000,000 years.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.avo.alaska.edu/genrl_info/aleuwww.jpg
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Lisa	Gahagan			University of Texas Institute for Geophysics	lisa@utig.ig.utexas.edu	4412 Spicewood Springs Road, Bldg. 600	Austin	TX	78759-8500	http://www.ig.utexas.edu/staff/lisa/lisa.htm	512-471-0488	512-471-8844	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Mike	Coffin		Dr	University of Texas Institute for Geophysics	mikec@utig.ig.utexas.edu	4412 Spicewood Springs Road, Bldg. 600	Austin	TX	78759-8500	http://www.ig.utexas.edu/staff/mikec/mikec.htm	512-471-0429	512-471-8844	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Lawrence	Lawver		Dr	University of Texas Institute for Geophysics	lawver@ig.utexas.edu	4412 Spicewood Springs Road, Bldg. 600	Austin	TX	78759-8500	http://www.ig.utexas.edu/staff/lawver/lawver.htm	512-471-0433	512-471-8844	
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Title: The PLATES Project	Keywords: Geologic time,Geology	Description: This is the web page for PLATES, a program of research into plate tectonic and geologic reconstructions at the University of Texas at Austin Institute for Geophysics. The page contains links to a brief overview of plate tectonics and plate reconstructions using the PLATES Project's global plate reconstruction model, in addition to movies in the format of powerpoint animations which can be downloaded for later use. Models are shown on the evolution of the earth's oceans and the movement of the earth's tectonic plates from the Late Precambrian through the present day, reconstructing (i.e. "predicting") geological environments through geologic history. Maps of the following can be accessed: late Neo-Proterozoic, Silurian, early Jurassic, early Cretaceous, Cretaceous-Tertiary Boundary, and Oligocene. Movies are available on the following subjects: global plate motion, Jurassic to present day, opening of the Indian Ocean, and tectonic evolution of the Arctic region.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ig.utexas.edu/research/projects/plates/plates.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Stream Systems Technology Center	pswilliams01@fs.fed.us	USDA, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station,Suite 368 2150 Centre Avenue, Bldg. A	Fort Collins	CO	80526		970-295-5983		
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Title: Stream Systems Technology Center	Keywords: Hydrology,Policy issues,Technology	Description: The Stream Systems Technology Center is a national technical center which stimulates research and serves as a link between research, field specialists and management. The Stream team's goals are to improve knowledge of stream systems and processes, develop operational tools, provide training and technical support to National Forests, and to identify research needs and priorities. A number of documents are available for download, including a quarterly newsletter, and papers that discuss 1) a bank-operated traveling block cableway for stream discharge and sediment measurements, 2) an overview of basic classification concepts and their application in river classification, 3) methods for assessing bedload movement in coarse-grained channels in the Rocky Mountains including the use of weir ponds, portable samplers, and tracer grains, and 4)procedures for establishing permanent channel reference including selecting and mapping a site, measuring channel cross-sections, surveying a longitudinal profile, identifying bankfull stage, and measuring streamflow and bed material.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.stream.fs.fed.us/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The U.S. Government retains a non-exclusive, royalty-free license to publish or reproduce its own documents, or allow others to do so, for U.S. Government purposes.These documents may be freely distributed and used for non-commercial, scientific and educational purposes. Commercial use of this document may be protected under the U.S. and Foreign Copyright Laws. Individual documents on this server may have different copyright conditions, and that will be noted in those documents.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Volcano Hazards Program			Menlo Park	CA					
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	vhpweb@volcanoes.usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): R.	Hoblitt	P.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): M.	Mangan	M.											
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Title: Effects of Pyroclastic Flows and Surges at Soufriere Hills Volcano, Montserrat	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: Even before viscous lava first breached the old forest-covered lava dome of Soufriere Hills volcano, Montserrat, in November 1995, scientists monitoring the volcano were concerned about the potential effects of pyroclastic flows and surges that would likely accompany the emplacement of a new dome in the volcano's summit crater. In the two years following the initial eruptive activity on July 18, 1995, the new dome continued to grow and several thousand people living on the southern part of Montserrat were evacuated. Villages and farmland on all flanks of the volcano were severely damaged, buried, or destroyed. Illustrations include about 10 photographs and a simplified map showing the extent of the pyroclastic flow and surge deposits from the June 25, 1997 event.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/Hazards/Effects/SoufriereHills_PFeffects.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Volcano Hazards Program						http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/main.html			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Jeff	Marso			United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	vhpweb@volcanoes.usgs.gov								
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Title: "What's that cloud upriver?" An eyewitness account of a lahar	Keywords: Natural hazards,Geology	Description: This web page provides a first person account of a geologist's encounter with a lahar while surveying the Nima II river near the town of El Palmar in Guatemala, on August 14, 1989. Lahar is an Indonesian term that describes a hot or cold mixture of water and rock fragments flowing down the slopes of a volcano and (or) river valleys. While about 15 kilometers downstream from an active lava dome, Santiaguito (which is in the Santa Maria Volcano crater) the workers noticed a white steam cloud upriver. A very heavy rainstorm was passing through that area and they knew a hot lahar was likely to be on the way. They secured their equipment and were able to gain a perch on a nearby bridge with their cameras. After witnessing a hot lahar passing underneath they retreated to high ground. The account is illustrated with 4 photographs.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/Hazards/What/Lahars/Santiaguito_89.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16;1;2;3;4;5;6	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): David	Hulbert			Bonneville Power Adminstration		P.O. Box 3621	Portland	OR	97208-3621				
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Bonneville Power Adminstration	intcomm@bpa.gov	P.O. Box 3621	Portland	OR	97208-3621		503-230-5131		
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Title: Hydromania	Keywords: Biology,Chemistry,Ecology,Environmental science,Geology,Hydrology,Mathematics,Physics	Description: This site is home to many hands-on, ready-to-use science lessons and activities, which explore nature and energy. It is aimed at classroom teachers who are more likely to attack one lesson at a time, so the lessons have been rearranged by topic. It includes lesson plans, background knowledge, a materials list, and student handouts. The learning objectives have been tailored to Oregon and Washington curriculum goals. It has many topics: Group Dynamics, Scientific Method, Measurement, Surface tension, Density; Newton's Laws of Motion; States of Matter; Power; Biology, which contains few lessons that familiarize students with hydroponics, microorganisms, and capillary action in plants. Other topics are Bernoulli's Principle; Water, which includes watersheds, ways of testing water quality, water conservation, and the water cycle. Also, topics include Geology, explaining plate tectonics, continental drift, and volcanoes. Ecology explaining types of wildlife, the food web, preservation, plant classification, pollution, recycling, acid rain, and smoking. The site includes Native American philosophies, a summary adapted from the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations Wildlife Curriculum, 1992, that provides an excellent cross-curricular lesson that ties the science to the many issues related to rivers, energy, wildlife, and Native American rights and philosophies. The site contains a glossary of terms that are used throughout these science lessons.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.bpa.gov/Corporate/KR/ed/hydromania/homepage.htm
Learning Context: 4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Ann	Mattson			University of Utah, College of Mines and Earth Sciences, Geology and Geophysics Department	amattson@mines.utah.edu	135 S. 1460 E., RM 719	Salt Lake City	UT	84112-0111		801-585-7089	801-581-7065	
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Title: Ternary System	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This page is a Java applet that demonstrates how a liquid-phase path changes as magma with a given bulk composition (diopside, forsterite, and anorthite) cools and begins to crytallize. The applet allows you to input a bulk composition for the melt in terms of anorthite, diopside, and forsterite and adjust the rate at which the melt evolves. The percent of liquid and components will then evolve until the melt reaches a steady state.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.mines.utah.edu/~ggapps/triphase/triphase.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Eric	Nuzzi		Mr	State University New York, Stony Brook	enuzzi@ic.sunysb.edu								
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Title: The tr660 Program	Keywords: Geophysics,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: The tr660 program models the mineralogy and physical properties for various chemical compositions in the Earth's mantle where a transition occurs in these properties at about 660 km depth. The program is based on the algorithm described in a paper by Donald J. Weidner and Yanbin Wang. It is written in Java from a FORTRAN code originally developed for this paper. This program is designed to be used for research purposed to test the effects of varying chemical composition, temperature, and physical properties on the inferred physical properties of the Earth through these phase transformations. The graphing output is versatile allowing the user to view any of the calculated variables as a function of depth. The output can be imported to a file in the users platform for further analysis.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.journey.sunysb.edu/ProjectJava/tr660/home.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				100GoGo World Scientific Expedition Network, 100GoGo Head Office	admin@100gogo.com	45 Oaklands,	Westham, Pevensey, Eastbourne	East Sussex	BN24 5AW			44-1323-763517	UK
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Title: World Scientific Expedition Network: Dedicated to Academic Scientific Expeditions and World Scientist Community	Keywords: Biology,Cryology,Environmental science,Geology,Human geography	Description: This web site is the home page for 100GoGo World Scientific Expedition Network, which is the only network dedicated to academic scientific expeditions and world scientist community. 100GoGo is run by volunteer professional scientists. This site contains an index of scientific trips and provides links to make reservations for any of the trips listed. There are three types of trips available. Academic Professional Scientific Expeditions are for scientists and Ph.D. students. Student Special Program trips are for students and The Professional Expeditions are for media professionals, companies, professional explorers, etc.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.100gogo.com/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: (C) Copyright 1996 - 2001 sponsored and maintained by 21st century commerce center.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Geoffrey	Wandesforde-Smith		Dr	University of California, Department of Political Science, Davis	gawsmith@ucdavis.edu	One Shields Avenue	Davis	CA	95616-8682	http://ps.ucdavis.edu/GAWS/	530-752-0966	530-752-8666	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Paul	Berkman	A.	Dr	Ohio State University, Byrd Polar Research Center	PAUL+@osu.edu	108 Scott Hall	Columbus	OH	43210		614-292-3670	614-292-4697	
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Title: Web Links For Potential Contributors To the Inspire Project	Keywords: Educational theory and practice,Policy issues	Description: This web page is a list of links to, and email addresses for, potential contributors to the proposed National Science Foundation project: Integrating Science into Policy: Interdisciplinary Research Education (INSPIRE). INSPIRE will complement the objectives of the National Science Foundation by implementing "innovative materials that incorporate effective educational practices to improve student learning of science, mathematics, engineering and technology (SMET)."
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://ps.ucdavis.edu/GAWS/inspire.html
Learning Context: 17	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Linda	Miller			University Center for Atmospheric Research, Unidata External Liaison	lmiller@unidata.ucar.edu						303-497-8646		
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Title: Geosciences Web Sites	Keywords: Space science,Atmospheric science,Geology,Hydrology,Physical oceanography,Chemical oceanography,Natural hazards	Description: This web site is a collection or clearinghouse of community recommended web sites for atmospheric science, oceanography, solid earth, hydrology, space science, earth system science, and natural phenomena. The resources are listed by topic and have a brief description, the name and institution of the author, and the education level for which the resource is appropriate.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/workshops/ShapingFuture/BestOtheWeb/BestOtheESSWeb.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Northern Arizona University, Office of Distributed Learning	statewide.programs@nau.edu	PO Box 4117	Flagstaff	AZ	86011		800-426-8315	520-523-1169	
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Title: NAU Distance Learning	Keywords: Biology,Chemistry,Climatology,Educational theory and practice,Environmental science,Mathematics,Policy issues,Technology	Description: This web site provides information about distance learning courses offered by Northern Arizona University (NAU). The site contains information on everything from degrees offered, to tuition expenses, to NAU faculty and facilities.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.nau.edu/statewide/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Kay	Tierney			City of Tulsa Public Works	ktierney@ci.tulsa.ok.us	200 Civic Center, Room 403	Tulsa	OK	74103		918-596-1295	918-596-1256	
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Title: Water Education Resources	Keywords: Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: This web site provides an overview of Tulsa Okalahoma’s water resources. The page provides online activities, presentations, and documents intended to promote water conservation, with a special focus on Oklahoma's water resources, treatment and supply. There are six water activities which include a water quiz, a section on myths and realities, and a water question and answer section. Most activities are informative, and press the participant to further investigate personal water use. There are three presentations in slide show format: Oologan Lake Study, The Water Conference Presentation, and Water Quality and Innovative Nutrient Management. All presentations address an aspect of the Ozark Plateau Watershed System and associated management issues and efforts. There are three documents which address Oklahoma's water supply and water quality standards. Also available is a link to the Tulsa Metropolitan Utility Authority, TMUA, data warehouse. It contains a Collection of Maps for watershed management projects, meeting minutes of the Watershed Work Group, proposals for proposed watershed projects, reports and summaries of databases, project results and other documents, and educational materials on water and watershed issues. Users can also access water quality information via an interactive database of water quality information for the water supply lakes, as well information on currently active watershed research projects and other watershed-related activities.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.tulsawater.com/watreduc.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14;15;16;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Robert	Nemiroff	J.	Dr	National Aeronautic Space Administration, Goddard Space Flight Center, Laboratory for High Energy Astrophysics	nemiroff@grossc.gsfc.nasa.gov					http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/htmltest/rjn.html			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Jerry	Bonnell	T.	Dr	National Aeronautic Space Administration, Goddard Space Flight Center, Compton Gamma Ray Observatory Science Support Center	bonnell@grossc.gsfc.nasa.gov	Mail Code 660	Greenbelt	MD	20771	http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/htmltest/jbonnell/www/bonnell.html	301-286-1579	301-286-1681	
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Title: Astronomy Picture of the Day Archive	Keywords: Space science	Description: This site is the archive for the NASA (National Aeronautic Space Administration) Astronomy Picture of the Day. Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer. The archive has photos listed by the day they were featured, by topic, or available through a text search.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/archivepix.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: All the images on the APOD page are credited to the owner or institution where they originated. Some of the images are copyrighted and to use these pictures publicly or commercially one must write to the owners for permission. For the copyrighted images, the copyright owner is identified in the APOD credit line (please see the caption under the image), along with a hyperlink to the owner's location. NASA images are in the public domain, official guidelines for their use can be found here. For images credited to other owners/institutions, please contact them directly for copyright and permissions questions. Neither NASA nor APOD can grant permission to use copyrighted images. For use of these images, please write to the copyright owners.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): W.	Liu	T.	Dr	National Aeronautic Space Administration, Jet Propulsion Laboratory	liu@pacific.jpl.nasa.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Bert	Ulrich		Mr	National Aeronautic Space Administration, Public Services Division							202-358-1750		
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Title: El Nino Watch from Space	Keywords: Climatology,Physical oceanography	Description: This site provides updated information on the National Aeronautical Science Administration's (NASA) contribution in monitoring the evolution of El Nino and its climatic consequences. The site contains an explanation of El Nino, sections about oceanographic, atmospheric and biological observations, a section about the possible teleconnection of different El Nino related anomalies, and movies and slide shows of an El Nino event. The variations of surface wind, sea level, and sea surface temperature along the equator and the west coast of the American continents are presented under the section on Oceangraphic Observations. Linkage to observations of outgoing long wave radiation, upper tropospheric water vapor, atmospheric precipitable water, precipitation, and surface temperature are provided under the section on Atmospheric Observations. The variation of ocean biological productivity will be presented under the section on Biological Observations. In addition to figures of spatial and temporal sections to summarize the variations, computer animations are also available to browse through the large number of maps.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://airsea-www.jpl.nasa.gov/ENSO/welcome.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: You may link to NASA sites provided the link you design is strictly for information and does not convey NASA's implicit or explicit endorsement of any goods or services you might be offering. You may use a NASA photo from the Photo Gallery, but not the NASA insignia, logotype or seal. The rules for screen shots are the same as for photographs. Their use must be strictly for informational or educational purposes and must not convey NASA's implicit or explicit endorsement of any goods or services you might be offering. If your use meets that criteria, go ahead. You don't need to e-mail for explicit permission. For commercial uses check with the Public Services Division to see how NASA material can be used in ads.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Nora	Helton			Fort Mojave Tribe		500 Merriman Avenue	Needles	CA	92363	http://www.itcaonline.com/Tribes/mojave.htm	760-629-4591	760-629-2468	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Daniel	Eddy			Colorado River Indian Tribes		Route 1, Box 23-B	Parker	AZ	85344	http://www.itcaonline.com/Tribes/colorado.htm	520-669-9211	520-669-1391	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Sherry	Cordova			Cocopah Tribe		Avenue G & County 15	Somerton	AZ	85350	http://www.itcaonline.com/Tribes/cocopah.htm	520-627-2102	520-627-3173	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Edward	Manuel	D.		Tohono O'odham Nation		PO Box 837	Sells	AZ	85634	http://www.itcaonline.com/Tribes/tohono.htm	520-383-2028	520-383-3379	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Patricia	PoorThunder	J.		Inter Tribal Council Of Arizona, Inc.	pat.poorthunder@itcaonline.com								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				INTER TRIBAL COUNCIL OF ARIZONA, INC.		2214 North Central Avenue, Suite 100	Phoenix	AZ	85004		602-258-4822		
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Title: Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc.	Keywords: Environmental science,Policy issues,Technology	Description: This web site provides information about the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona (ITCA) projects, which provide on-going technical assistance and training to tribal governments in program planning and development, research and data collection, resource development, management and evaluation. The goal of ITCA and its commitment to the member tribes is to ensure the self-determination of Indian tribal governments through their participation in the development of the policies and programs affecting their lives.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.itcaonline.com/Home.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1997 ITCA. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Lisa	Lawrence	A.		Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Sea Grant Marine Advisory Services	ayers@vims.edu		Gloucester Point	VA	23062				
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Title: Bridge: Ocean Sciences Education Teacher Resource Center	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Biological oceanography,Chemical oceanography,Climatology,Geology,Physical oceanography,Policy issues	Description: Bridge, the Ocean Sciences Education Teacher Resource Center, is a growing collection of on-line marine education resources. It provides educators with accurate, useful, content-correct and content-current marine and data information on global, national, and regional marine science topics, and gives researchers a contact point for educational outreach. The Resource Pavilion provides links to lesson plans and curriculum units for K-12 classrooms, while the Data Port section provides links to on-line data sets, including tips on how to use these data in the classroom. Specific classroom activities using data are detailed and updated on a monthly basis. A communication section provides access to listservs and ask-a-scientist services. Ocean science information sites are linked by discipline or topic, including biology, chemistry, physics, marine geology, ecology, atmopshere, and human activities. Current on-line expeditions and event-specific activities are highlighted on the front page.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.vims.edu/bridge/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Bridge webpages are partially or completely a result of research sponsored by NOAA Office of Sea Grant, U.S. Department of Commerce, under federal Grant No. NA 90AA-D-SG045 to the Virginia Graduate Marine Science Consortium and the Virginia Sea Grant College Program, and the Department of the Navy, Office of Naval Research. The U.S. Government is authorized to produce and distribute reprints for governmental purposes not withstanding any copyright notation that may appear within. Unless otherwise noted, Bridge webpages may be reproduced for non-profit educational use provided Virginia Sea Grant, the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, and the National Marine Educators Association are credited.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management	iiirm@iiirm.org	444 S. Emerson Street	Denver	CO	80209		303-733-0481	303-744-9808	
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Title: International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management	Keywords: Environmental science,Policy issues	Description: This web site provides technical support to manage resource development and conservation projects; establish legal, regulatory, scientific and technical systems for environmental protection and environmental restoration programs; and develop and implement education and training programs to build or enhance technical and management skills. The site contains information about workshops and conferences on the scientific, legal, ethical, cultural and policy aspects of a wide range of natural resource management, environmental protection and environmental restoration issues. A variety of resources on these issues, including published scholarly journal articles, professional papers, and practical guides are available for download. Information on the International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management's internship and fellowship programs for undergraduate and graduate students is also available at the site.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.iiirm.org/index.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Deanna	Osmond	L.		North Carolina State University	deanna_osmond@ncsu.edu	3403D Williams Hall, BOX 7619	Raleigh	NC	27695		919-515-7303	919-515-7494	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Judith	Gale	A.		North Carolina State University			Ralleigh	NC	27695				
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Title: WATERSHEDSS: Water, Soil, and Hydro-Environmental Decision Support System	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: This is the home site for WATERSHEDSS, a water, soil, and hydro-environmental decision support system for nonpoint source pollution control. There are two primary objectives of WATERSHEDSS. One, is to transfer water quality and land treatment information to watershed managers in order to assist them in making appropriate land management and land treatment decisions to achieve water quality goals. The other is to assess and evaluate sources, impacts, and potential management options for control of nonpoint source pollution (NPS) in a watershed based on user-supplied information and decisions. WATERSHEDSS is comprised of six main components: 1. Water Resource Page, a user interface that serves as the watershed assessment and evaluation framework for the decision support system. 2. Educational Component, which contains detailed information and references on nonpoint source pollution pollutants and sources. 3. Nonpoint source library, an annotated bibliography of nonpoint source literature. 4. An agricultural best management practice (BMP) data base. 5. A linked Geographical Information System water quality model, and agricultural Nonpoint Source Pollution Simulation (AGNPS). 6. A pollutant budget spreadsheet. Maps generated by the GIS will allow the user to evaluate the impacts of different land treatment practices and their placement on the landscape on water quality.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://h2osparc.wq.ncsu.edu/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: WATERSHEDSS Software LicenseAgreement, Rights Granted: The WATERSHEDSS software (the software) is being made available to you by North Carolina State University (NCSU) under a site license for use only in Educational Programs and in Research activities NOT sponsored by for-profit parties. Copyright: The software and documentation have been copyrighted by North Carolina State University (NCSU) and are protected by United States Copyright Law from unauthorized duplication. Title to the software, including all intellectual property (copyrights, trademarks and patentable material) shall remain with North Carolina State University at all times. If you make any copies of the software, NCSUs copyright notice shall be included on the copies. If you publish the results of your use of the software, you will include NCSUs copyright notice on such publications and will acknowledge the authors and NCSU as the source of the software.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Mary	Kosuth	J.		University of Minnesota, Bell Museum of Natural History	Mary.J.Kosuth-1@tc.umn.edu								
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Title: The Watershed Game	Keywords: Hydrology,Policy issues,Environmental science	Description: This web site provides an introduction to the issues surrounding the use of water. It offers an interactive question and answer format that allows users to see the direct result of their decision with respect to the use of the watershed in four main subject areas. The areas of concern are: national parks, agriculture, neighborhoods, and cities.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www1.umn.edu/bellmuse/mnideals/watershed/watershed2.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1998 Minnesota IDEALS.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Universities Space Research Association									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Martin	Ruzek		Mr	Universities Space Research Association	ruzek@usra.edu								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Jim	Foster			Goddard Space Flight Center/NASA	jfoster@glacier.gsfc.nasa.gov								
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Title: Earth Science Picture of the Day	Keywords: Space science,Atmospheric science,Ecology,Environmental science,Geology,Hydrology,Physical geography,Physical oceanography	Description: The Earth Science Picture of the Day is an image archive that is hosted by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory with a record of entries beginning September 2000. Each image is accompanied by a descriptive text and links to relevant supporting websites. Keyword searching is provided. Browsing by related fields includes: agriculture, astronomy, biology, chemistry, climatology, conservation, ecology, energy, engineering, genetics, geography, geology, history, hydrology, marine biology, mathematics, meteorology, modeling, oceanography, optics, paleontology, physics, plant science, policy and social sciences, public health, remote sensing, zoology. General topics include: carbon cycling clouds, currents, deep sea exploration, drought, earth, earthquakes, El Nino, La Nina, erosion and sedimentation, evolution of the earth, fires, floods, food chains, freshwater, glaciers, global change, human impact hurricanes impact phenomena, interior of the earth, legislation and regulation, life, lightning meteorites and comets, micro-organisms, modeling, moon, other planets, photosynthesis, plate tectonics, pollution, satellites, sky, snow and ice, space storm surges and tsunamis, storms, sun, technology, tornadoes, volcanoes, water, weather, and wetlands.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://epod.usra.edu/
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: NASA images generally are not copyrighted. You may use NASA imagery, video and audio material for educational or informational purposes, including photo collections, textbooks, public exhibits and Internet Web pages. If the NASA material is to be used for commercial purposes, especially including advertisements, it must not explicitly or implicitly convey NASA's endorsement of commercial goods or services. If a NASA image includes an identifiable person, using the image for commercial purposes may infringe that person's right of privacy or publicity, and permission should be obtained from the person.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Hawaiian Volcanoes Observatory						http://hvo.wr.usgs.gov//			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	hvowebmaster@hvo.wr.usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): J.	Griggs	D.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): R.	Decker	W.											
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Title: Mauna Loa; 1984 Eruption: March 25 - April 15	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This web page describes the progress of lava flows from an eruption of Mauna Loa volcano that threatened but did not reach the city of Hilo, Hawaii. The description includes eruption precursors (1975-1984); the eruption beginning in Moku`aweoweo Caldera, Mauna Loa (March 25); new lava fissures forming as magma moved down the northeast rift zone and a new fissure becoming the eruption's main vent (March 25); the lava advancing toward Hilo (March 26-29); lava breaking out of the channel, forming a new flow (March 29); more levees breaking and the slowing of the rate of eruption (March 29-April 14).
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://wwwhvo.wr.usgs.gov/maunaloa/history/1984.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16;1;2;3;4;5;6;17	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Volcano Hazards Program			Menlo Park	CA					
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey, Long Valley Observatory	lvowebteam@lvo.wr.usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): John	Rogie												
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Title: Carbon Dioxide and Helium Discharge from Mammoth Mountain	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This web site provides information on the study of the high carbon dioxide (CO2) and helium discharge rates occurring from Mammoth Mountain in eastern California. High concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO2) in soil gas are killing trees on the flanks of Mammoth Mountain. First noted in 1990, in about 1999, the areas of tree kill totaled about 170 acres in six general areas, including the most visually impressive tree-kill area adjacent to Horseshoe Lake on the south side of Mammoth Mountain. Information on carbon dioxide and helium monitoring using Continuous Flow Instruments (CFI's) is given as well as its current hazard status. Users may also receive information on the monitoring of helium gas which may have a source in common with the carbon dioxide gas. Users can also access additional information on the subject from the United States Geological Survey, as well as area maps, a geologic history of the area, a photo gallery, and a section on the current conditions.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://lvo.wr.usgs.gov/CO2.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16;1;2;3;4;5;6	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Lincoln-Shaun	Sanders		Mr	Particle Data Group of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)			Berkeley	CA					
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Title: The Particle Adventure	Keywords: Chemistry,Physics	Description: This site is a resource about atomic physics. It contains the newest findings and hypotheses about subatomic particles, etc. There is a step-by-step guide to matter and its known components, there are articles about recent experiments, and there are useful links to other physics pages. Also, this site is well designed - pleasant to look at and use, no frustrating hitches, and it's even humorous in places.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://particleadventure.org/particleadventure/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The contents of the Particle Adventure are copyright 2000 by the Particle Data Group of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. You are permitted to use images and text from this site provided you give credit to the Particle Data Group.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Don	Jones			Purdue University		Farm Building Plan Service, 1146 Agricultural Engineering Building	West Lafayette	IN	47907-1146		317-494-1178		
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Title: Surface Water Education System	Keywords: Agricultural science,Environmental science,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: This site houses a downloadable DOS-based computer program on surface water. The goal of the program is to prevent surface water pollution. Topics include a general overview of the importance and quantity of surface water, a detailed look at Indiana's water resources, and a discussion of how surface water can become contaminated. Hypertext and numerous photos and graphics illustrate an extensive discussion of agricultural best management practices to protect surface water resources.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://abe.www.ecn.purdue.edu/~cttpp/programs/download/surfwat.htm
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Jane	Frankenberger		Dr	Purdue University	frankenb@purdue.edu	Extension Services	West Lafayette	IN	47907		765-494-1194		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Stacye	Johnson			Purdue University	stacye.johnson@ces.purdue.edu	Extension Services	West Lafayette	IN	47907		765-496-6331		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Brent	Ladd			Purdue University	laddb@ecn.purdue.edu	Extension Services	West Lafayette	IN	47907		765-496-6331		
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Title: Safe Water for the Future	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: This website is an education series that focuses on helping both communities and individuals protect water supplies and the environment through understanding risks and taking actions to prevent problems. Information is provided on four main topics related to water quality protection: wellhead protection, watershed protection, protecting home well water quality, and general drinking water information. Wellhead protection is a way to protect drinking water by managing a designated area around the community's water supply wells to prevent contamination. Watershed protection is a means of protecting a lake, river, or stream by managing the entire watershed that drains into it. Information is provided on two voluntary programs, Indiana Home*A*Syst and Farm*A*Syst programs. The programs use surveys and fact sheets for both home and farm, so that individuals can quickly find the level of risk to drinking water and how to reduce that risk. A list of frequently asked questions about water quality are also provided, with informative answers and web links to other agencies that specialize in water protection. Online publications are available for download on the following topics: Wellhead Protection, Education, Farm*A*Syst, Fact Sheets, and Drinking Water. There is also a special section of water activities for children.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ecn.purdue.edu/SafeWater/index2.htm
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Bruce	Grant	W.		Widener University, Department of Biology	grant@pop1.science.widener.edu	One University Place	Chester	PA	19013	http://www.science.widener.edu/~grant/	610-499-4017	610-499-4496	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Ecological Society of America, Education Section									
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Title: Ecological Society of America - Education Section; ESA-EdWeb	Keywords: Ecology,Educational theory and practice	Description: This is a rich site for ecology educators with K-16 Faculty Enhancement Projects including Experiments to Teach Ecology, the EdWeb Ecology Syllabus Exchange, Ecology 101- Articles on ecological education published in the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, and links to many sites regarding ecology education. The projects for faculty include SEEDS - Strategies for Ecology Education, Development and Sustainability, Institute for Ecosystem Studies; FIRST - Faculty Institutes for Reforming Science Teaching Through Field Stations; and TIEE - Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology. Web and CD-ROM teaching resources through the Ecological Society of America are planned. The Experiments to Teach Ecology Volume 1 is now on line (pdf files are available); Volume 2 is in progress and open to contributions. Web resources include Using the Web in Ecology Classes, Sites for Ecological Data, Sites for Ecological Course Syllabi, Cemetery Demography and Acid Rain Sites, Ecological and Science Education Sites, and an EcoTeach Discussion Group.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.science.widener.edu/~grant/esa/edweb.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16;1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Department of Energy, Environmental Management Department	eminfo@cemi.org	P.O. Box 23769	Washington	DC	20026-3769		1-800-736-3282		
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Title: Soda Bottle Hydrology	Keywords: Hydrology	Description: This web site presents activities that are designed to give students a better grasp of concepts relating to groundwater, aquifers, and hydrology. There are ten activities: Pre-Lab Construction, The Hydrologic Cycle, Porosity, Permeability, Parts of an Aquifer, The Recharge Zone, The Discharge Zone, Sedimentary Rock and Core Sampling, Solubility, Pollution Plumes, and Chemical Changes in Groundwater. The first activity, Pre-Lab Construction, sets up the materials for the activities that follow it. Activities can be conducted in sequence or individually; there is room to improvise or expand at any level. The suggested materials are commonly available at drug, hardware, and grocery stores. Depending on grade level and class objectives, these activities can be used individually or collectively. The activities can be conducted as a demonstration (especially for younger students) or as a laboratory activity for students in higher grades. A short glossary is available to assist students in learning new terms.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.em.doe.gov/soda/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: This system is made available by an agency of the United States Government. Neither the United States Government nor any agency thereof, nor any of their employees, makes any warranty, express or implied, or assumes any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product or process disclosed, or represents that its use would not infringe privately owned rights.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Matt	Fraser			University of Pittsburgh	mattf+@pitt.edu								
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Title: The Paleo Ring Home Page	Keywords: Paleontology	Description: The Paleo Ring Home Page provides access to a collection of websites and pages that are devoted primarily to the promotion of Paleontology, Paleoanthropology, Prehistoric Archaeology, The Evolution of Behavior, and Evolutionary Biology in general. It is designed to facilitate the enjoyment of those interested in the History of Life on this planet, including the development of our own species, by providing a variety of sites with minimal effort and searching. The Paleo Ring currently boasts 241 sites (as of January 9, 1999).
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.pitt.edu/~mattf/PaleoRing.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Scientific American, Inc.	editors@sciam.com	415 Madison Avenue	New York	NY	10017-1111		212-754-0550		
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Title: Scientific American.com	Keywords: Biology,Chemistry,Mathematics,Physics,Technology	Description: This web site is the online version of the Scientific American magazine. The online version contains highlights of the current issue of the paper magazine. The online version features several full-length articles, information on breaking new stories (and links to related sites), interviews with prominent scientists, puzzles, and more. Both current issues and past issues (since 1996) are available.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.sciam.com/
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1996-2001 Scientific American, Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Jeanne	Heuser			USGS Columbia Environmental Research Center	jeanne_heuser@usgs.gov	4200 New Haven Road	Columbia	MO	65201		573-876-1876	573-876-1863	
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Title: Missouri River InfoLINK: A Clearinghouse of Missouri River Information	Keywords: Biology,Ecology,Hydrology	Description: The Missouri River InfoLink is a clearinghouse for natural resources information about the Missouri River; providing information in an easy to use format and linking people and organizations interested in the river. The InfoLINK provides information through outreach materials, interactive maps, and presentations that interpret scientific findings. Links include: events of the Missouri River, science of the Missouri River, additional contacts, and an in-depth page of additional information on the Missouri River. Science topics include fish and wildlife studies, water quality monitoring, and endangered species information.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://infolink.cr.usgs.gov/index.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Sarah	Schoedinger			National Oceanographic Partnership Program Office	sschoedinger@brook.edu	1755 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Suite 800	Washington	DC	20036-2102		202-332-0063	202-332-9751	
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Title: Project Nopp Drifters: Partnering Ocean Science, Education and Technology	Keywords: Technology,Physical oceanography	Description: This is a web site about ocean drifting buoys. The site describes what drifting buoys are, who uses them, and how they are used. Animations of the drifters, as well as data collected by drifters are available for download. Lesson plans on currents, moving water, building drifters, and tracking drifters are also available. The site also contains drifter news, drifter results, ocean images, and links to other Internet resources related to ocean drifting buoys.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.drifters.doe.gov/
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				The Conneticut Department of Environmental Protection	dep.webmaster@po.state.ct.us	79 Elm Street	Hartford	CT	06106-5127		860-424-3000		
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Title: State of Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection	Keywords: Environmental science,Policy issues	Description: This site provides access to information about the State of Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). It includes general information about the DEP, an events calendar, news, information about permits and licenses, laws and regulations, education, endangered species, and the DEP store. The education section contains information on outreach programs, workshops and education centers, as well as ordering information and in some cases online versions for recycling and pollution prevention resources, boating and hunting safety information, and newsletters and magazines.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://dep.state.ct.us/index.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1998-2001 Department of Environmental Protection.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Kid's Page Staff				New Jersey American Water Works Association	kwheaton@pirnie.com			NJ					
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Title: Kid's Water Zone	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: This site houses a special section for children's water education and activities. Because this site was complied in New Jersey, there is an emphasis on water issues in this state; however, the concepts are broad enough to extend use of this site to all states. There are handouts and visuals for some fun facts about water, the water cycle, and the process of water treatment and distribution. Two games, a water words find and a water drop maze are available for printing. Some ideas for activities and projects that track water usage and filtration in the home are provided, while a reading list directs to further water education resources. Internet links to other water sites of interest for kids are also given. There is an opportunity to visit a featured New Jersey classroom, and learn about their water projects.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.njawwa.org/kidsweb/Default.htm
Learning Context: 4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): 				American Institute of Hydrology, Oregon Section	aihydro@aol.com	2499 Rice Street, Suite 135	Saint Paul	MN	55113-3724		651-484-8169	651-484-8357	
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Title: Pulse of the Columbia River	Keywords: Biology,Environmental science,Human geography,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: This website presents a starting place to assess information from federal, state, and local agencies and other groups who monitor, study, and use the Columbia River watershed. From here, visitors can tap into real-time data, such as the current water level in Vancouver; find out about the water quality of the river; look at historic fish, dam, and water records; forecast the weather and water supply; jump off to other river links and more.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.aihydro.org/pulse/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Pauline Shostack	Shostack	L		Information Institute of Syracuse, ERIC Clearinghouse on Information and Technology	askeric@askeric.org	Syracuse University, 621 Skytop Road, Suite 160	Syracuse	New York	13244-5290	http://iis.syr.edu, http://www.ericit.org/	800-464-9107, 315- 443-3640		
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Title: Ask Eric: Education Information with the Personal Touch: Lesson Plans	Keywords: Educational theory and practice	Description: This is the Lesson Plans page within the web site for the Educational Resources Information Center, (ERIC). This page is intended to provide a resource for those seeking lesson plans for specific academic areas. Resources included are, a listing of submitted lesson plans, a section on how to submit a lesson plan to the site, selection criteria that must be followed to submit a lesson plan to the site, and a section on how to write a lesson plan. Lesson plans for the following subjects are available on this site: arts, computer science, foreign language, health, interdisciplinary, language arts, mathematics, physical education, science, social studies, and vocational education. Each lesson plan lists the grade level it is appropriate for, the subject, the duration of the lesson, a description of the lesson, goals of the lesson, objectives of the lesson, the materials needed, the procedure of the lesson, a section on assessment, and any additional comments from the submitter.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.askeric.org/cgi-bin/printlessons.cgi/virtual/lessons/science/earth_science/EARO
Learning Context: 1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: 
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				The International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences (ITC), Division of Applied Geomorphological Surveys	ags@itc.nl	Hengelosestraat 99, P.O. Box 6, 7500 AA	Enschede				31-0-53-4874-305	31-0-53-4874-336	The Netherlands
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Title: International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences: Division of Applied Geomorphological Surveys	Keywords: Environmental science,Geology,Natural hazards,Physical geography,Technology	Description: The division of Applied Geomorphological Surveys (AGS) is one of the 15 scientific divisions of ITC. The division focuses on the application of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems to Applied Geomorphological Surveys. Two application fields have been recognized for which the AGS is responsible for; the study of Natural Hazards, and the study of Coastal Zones. The AGS Division is very active in education. The AGS Division is also involved in research, with a number of PhD students, and within several international research projects. Apart from the pure geomorphological applications, they are also carrying out research and projects on Remote Sensing and GIS applications.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.itc.nl/ags/main_ns.htm
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): John	Louie	N	Dr	University of Nevada, Geophysics	louie@seismo.unr.edu	1664 N. Virginia Street	Reno	NV	89557-0141				
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Title: Plate Tectonics - The Cause of Earthquakes	Keywords: Geology,Geophysics	Description: This page provides an overview of the role of plate tectonics in the generation of earthquakes. It provides a map of plate locations and figures that illustrate fault types and tectonic environments (extensional, transform, and compressional). Examples of surface features in the Pacific Northwest, Nevada, Indonesia, the San Andreas Fault, the Red Sea, the Zagoros Mountains in Iran, and on the planet Venus are provided.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.seismo.unr.edu/ftp/pub/louie/class/100/plate-tectonics.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey			Menlo Park	CA					
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	vhpweb@volcanoes.usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): N.	Banks												
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): J.	Marso												
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): T.	Pierson												
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): R.	Janda												
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Title: Deadly Lahars from Nevado del Ruiz, Colombia: November 13, 1985	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This web site describes a series of Lahars that occurred from the Nevado del Ruiz volcano in the Andes mountains, the northernmost and highest volcano in Colombia. Beginning in November 1984, the volcano began showing clear signs of unrest. An explosive eruption from Ruiz's summit crater on November 13, 1985, at 9:08 p.m. generated an eruption column and sent a series of pyroclastic flows and surges across the volcano's summit. Within minutes, pumice and ash began to fall to the northeast along with heavy rain that had started earlier in the day. Within four hours, lahars had traveled 100 km and left behind a wake of destruction: more than 23,000 people killed, about 5,000 injured, and more than 5,000 homes destroyed along the Chinchiná, Gualí, and Lagunillas rivers. This deadly eruption of Nevado del Ruiz offers lessons on the generation of lahars for scientists, emergency-response professionals, and communities located downstream of such ice- and snow-covered volcanoes. The narrative is illustrated with 9 photographs.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/Hazards/What/Lahars/RuizLahars.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences (ITC)	pr@itc.nl	Hengelosestraat 99, P.O. Box 6	7500 AA Enschede				31-0-53-4874-444	31-0-53-4874-400	The Netherlands
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Title: International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences (ITC)	Keywords: Agricultural science,Forestry,Geology,Geophysics,Human geography,Hydrology,Technology	Description: ITC develops and transfers knowledge on geoinformation management for sustainable development. By means of education, research and consulting, ITC contributes to capacity building in the developing world. Much attention is given to the transfer of technologies to organizations in developing countries. 'Geoinformation management', 'worldwide' and 'innovative' are ITC's key words. They concentrate on earth observation, the generation of spatial information and on the development of data integration methods. Degree courses in Earth Resources and Environmental Geosociences, Geoinformatics, Geo-Information Management, Natural Resources Management, Urban Planning and Land Administration, and Water Resources and Environmental Management are offered. Application for academic admission, tuition fees
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.itc.nl/index.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 3	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Corita	Jones			National Park Service	Corita_Jones@nps.gov								
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Title: Nationwide Rivers Inventory	Keywords: Hydrology	Description: The Nationwide Rivers Inventory (NRI) is a listing of more than 3,400 free-flowing river segments in the United States that are believed to possess one or more "outstandingly remarkable" natural or cultural values judged to be of more than local or regional significance. The NRI is a source of information for statewide river assessments and federal agencies involved with stream-related projects. For any group concerned with ecosystem management, the inventory can provide the location of the nearest naturally- functioning system, which might serve as a reference for monitoring activities. It also serves as a listing of plant and animal species for restoration efforts on a similar section of river. For the recreationalist, it provides a listing of free-flowing, relatively undisturbed river segments. Interpretation aides include an audio explanation of the NRI, and an Interactive Map Server - Map segments by state, county, or watershed. A free CD-ROM formatted for use with GIS Arc/Info and ArcView software can be ordered.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ncrc.nps.gov/rtca/nri/
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Jill	Dreves		Ms	Wild Bear Center for Nature Discovery	jill@wildbear.org	P.O. Box 3017	Nederland	CO	80466	http://www.wildbear.org	303-258-0495		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Jill	Dreves		Ms	Wild Bear Center for Nature Discovery	jill2wildbear.org	P.O. Box 3017	Nederland	CO	80466	http://www.wildbear.org	303-268-0495		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Carlye	Calvin	S	Ms	Carlye Calvin Photography & Design	carlye@carlyecalvin.com	55 South Skyview Drive	Nederland	CO	80466	http://www.carlyecalvin.com	303-258-7231		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Eric	Vosick		Mr	Wild Bear Center for Nature Discovery	wildbear@wildbear.org	P.O. Box 3017	Nederland	CO	80466	http://www.wildbear.org	303-258-0495		
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Title: Wild Bear Center for Nature Discovery	Keywords: Ecology,Environmental science	Description: This is the web page for the Wild Bear Center for Nature Discovery. This page describes their year round hands-on educational program for people of all ages. Their goal is to foster a life-long appreciation of the environment and to promote an environmentally aware, responsible and ecologically sound community. Wild Bear provides after school programming for elementary age students and a full range of full day programs in the summer for ages 5-17 as well as adult programs on weekends and in the evenings. Links describe the center, and include: memberships and donations, science programs, about Wild Bear, volunteer opportunities, winter/spring newsletter, outreach, upcoming events, monthly calendar, and a kids page. The Wild Bear Center for Nature Discovery is primarily for the Denver/Boulder Colorado area but volunteers and interns from all over the United States have participated in the programs and been involved in teaching during the summer months. The website has information on ongoing programs as well as ways that people can get involved with the programs. The Kids pages have fun facts, environmental information and resources as well as fun games to play online. Wild Bear is a nonprofit organization and contributions can be made through the website.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.wildbear.org/index.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 3	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information is unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): David	Barthelmy				dbarthelmy@webmineral.com								
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Title: X Ray spacing	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology,Physics	Description: This site provides a listing of minerals arranged by Powder X-ray Diffraction (XRD). XRD is one of the primary techniques used by mineralogists and solid state chemists to examine the physico-chemical make-up of unknown solids. These data are represented in a collection of single-phase X-ray powder diffraction patterns for the three most intense D values in the form of tables of interplanar spacings (D), relative intensities (I/Io), and mineral name.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://webmineral.com/X-Ray.shtml
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1998, 1999 by David Barthelmy
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Pattern Recognition Associates	pra@main.com	P.O. Box 9280	The Woodlands	TX	77387-9280	http://www.main.com/%7Epra/home.htm	281-364-0661	281-298-2400	
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Title: Biomarker Handbook: A Primer to Chemical Fossils Found in Petroleum	Keywords: Geochemistry	Description: This web page provides the HTML version of the Biomarker Handbook. The Biomarker Handbook was prepared to aid geochemists and environmental scientists in the interpretation of petroleum biomarker data generated from gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS) analysis of oils and source rock extracts. This web-based version of the handbook consists of an introduction to the various types of biomarkers (structure and stereochemistry) used in petroleum applications. The focus of the resource is on alkanes, alkenes and aromatic hydrocarbons. There are sections on Hopanes, other Triterpanes, Steranes and Sterenes, and Aromatic Steroids.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.main.com/~pra/biohand.htm
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © Copyright Pattern Recognition Associates 1996 all rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Karl	Selanger			SINTEF Civil and Environmental Engineering	karl.selanger@civil.sintef.no	Klæbuveien 153	7034 Trondheim				47-73-59-30-00	47-73-59-02-01	Norway
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Title: River System Simulator	Keywords: Ecology,Hydrology,Technology	Description: This site hosts the product information for a complex model: the River System Simulator, RSS. It is a computer-based simulation system for multi-purpose planning and operation of river systems, with special emphasis on hydropower and its environmental effects. The main objective is to visualize in advance the consequences of regulating rivers. Several Norwegian research institutions and The Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research at the Norwegian Institute of Technology (SINTEF) jointly developed RSS. Information on the underlying concept, the models implemented, and examples of its use is provided, along with RSS Interactive Learning and Documentation.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.sintef.no/units/civil/water/rss/index.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Geographic Society	webmaster@nationalgeographic.com	1145 17th Street N.W.	Washington	DC	20036-4688		800-647-5463		
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Title: Geoguide - Dams	Keywords: Human geography,Hydrology,Physical geography	Description: This site explains why and how people build dams and explores the positive and negative impacts a dam may have on a community, offering questions to probe further. This look at building a dam complements "Down The Zambezi" in the October 1997 issue of National Geographic. The article describes a visit to Africa's Kariba Dam. Also available are teacher-contributed ideas for classroom and familiy activities; some are aligned with the National Geography Education Standards.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/resources/ngo/education/geoguide/dams/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;1;2;3;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 2001 National Geographic Society. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Robert	Nelson	E.	Dr	Colby College, Department of Geology	renelson@colby.edu	4000 Mayflower Hill	Waterville	ME	04901-8840		207-872-3247	207-872-3074	
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Title: Hydrogeology at Colby	Keywords: Hydrology	Description: This is the web page for Hydrogeology at Colby College. This page acts as a clearinghouse to links on water resources in Maine. Links are included to information on the following: the USGS water resources of Maine home page, daily streamflow conditions for Maine streams, United States Geological Survey flow data for the Kennebec River at North Sidney, Kennebec River hydrograph, Waterville, United States Geological Survey flow data and hydrograph for the Sandy River at Mercer, Maine, United States Geological Survey flow data and hydrograph for Kingsbury Stream near Abbot Village, Maine, a composite diagram of hydrographs, and bedrock aquifer monitoring under Olin Science Center.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.colby.edu/geology/hydro.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 2001 by the Department of Geology, Colby College.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Steven	Anderson		Dr	Black Hills State University, Science Department	steveanderson@bhsu.edu	1200 University Street	Spearfish	SD	57799	http://www-msc.bhsu.edu/eps/webpage.html	605-642-6506		
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Title: Hydrogeology Homepage	Keywords: Geology,Hydrology,Technology	Description: This site is the homepage for Geology 370, Hydrogeology, at the Black Hills State University. The course investigates the processes affecting surface and groundwater movement, storage and use. Included in this page are: the course syllabus, labs on stream gauging and determining peak discharge, a tutorial on using differential Global Positioning System (GPS), and a tutorial on Excel. For this course, it is expected that the student has a good understanding of physical geology, physics and mathematics.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www-msc.bhsu.edu/eps/hydgeo.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Pattern Recognition Associates	pra@main.com	P.O. Box 9280	The Woodlands	TX	77387-9280	http://www.main.com/%7Epra/home.htm	281-364-0661	281-298-2400	
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Title: Geochemical Glossary: A List of Commonly-Used Geochemical Terms	Keywords: Geochemistry	Description: This web page is a glossary of geochemical terms. It contains definitions of over 200 words and phrases commonly used in geochemistry, petroleum geochemistry, aqueous geochemistry, and organic geochemistry.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.main.com/~pra/glossary.htm
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © Copyright Pattern Recognition Associates 1996 all rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): Ken	Edwards		Dr	LMNO Engineering, Research, and Software, Ltd.	LMNO@LMNOeng.com	7860 Angel Ridge Road	Athens	OH		http://www.LMNOeng.com	740-592-1890		
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Title: The Fluid Flow Calculations Website	Keywords: Hydrology,Mathematics	Description: This is the home site for LMNO Engineering, Research, and Software, Ltd. The main features of this site are on-line calculations for fluid flow, flow measurement, and unit conversions. There are over forty equations grouped by the following categories: Hydrology, Groundwater/Porous Bed, Volume, Open Channels, Pipe Flow, and More Programs. Some equations are available for free, while others require a user-fee. A few of the familiar equations are the ideal gas, Manning equation, Colebrook equation, Darcy-Weisbach equation, Hazen-Williams equation, and Bernoulli Equation. Information is provided about the company and the services that it provides. An extensive list of related links, and subscription to the free LMNO Engineering bi-weekly, electronic newsletter are offered. The newsletter contains information about calculations, applications, and website updates.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.LMNOeng.com/
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1998-2001 LMNO Engineering, Research, and Software, Ltd. All rights reserved. All of our web pages and programs/calculations are copyrighted. This means that the .htm, .html, .shtml, .GIF, and .class files are the property of LMNO Engineering, Research, and Software, Ltd., and you cannot modify, copy, or redistribute them for profit or not for profit without our permission. This limitation, of course, does not apply to the web page output (what you see on the screen). You may print out any of the screens on our website and photocopy, distribute, and use them for profit or otherwise without limitation so long as you include our copyright notices - this allows, for example, engineering consulting firms to include our web pages in their reports to clients.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				American Institute of Hydrology	aihydro@aol.com	2499 Rice Street, Suite 135	Saint Paul	MN	55113-3724		651-484-8169	651-484-8357	
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Title: American Institute of Hydrology	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology,Policy issues,Technology	Description: This is the home site for the American Institute of Hydrology, AIH. AIH was formed in 1981 as a non-profit scientific and educational organization. AIH is the only nationwide organization to offer certification to professionals in all fields of hydrology. The Institute adheres to the principles of responsible professional conduct and public service. The purpose of AIH is to enhance and strengthen the standing of hydrology as a science and a profession by: establishing standards and procedures to certify individuals qualified in hydrology and hydrogeology; establishing and maintaining ethical standards to protect the public from irresponsible work; providing education and training in hydrology; and providing the public and government advice and guidance concerning activities related to the hydrologic profession. Visit this site to join the AIH, or to find out about hot topics, training, workshops, and publications.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.aihydro.org/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Don	MacLeod			U. S. Army Corps of Engineers	donald.macleod@crl02.usace.army.mil						603-646-4661		
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Title: Alluvial Features	Keywords: Geology,Hydrology	Description: This site is a tutorial on three common alluvial features: alluvial fans, bajadas, and gravel plains. Each subject has a link to an example photograph, and contains the following summaries: description, origin, significance, foreign names, and references. Links to other pages with satellite imagery are also available.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.tec.army.mil/terrain/desert/lsmsheet/lsalluv.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Karl	Forge			Emporia State University, Department of Earth Sciences		1200 Commercial Street	Emporia	KS	66801-5087		316-341-1200		
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Title: A Survey of Quaternary Terrace Formations in the Conterminous United States	Keywords: Geology,Hydrology	Description: This website discusses the origins and occurrence of fluvial, coastal, and lacustrine terraces, and why they are important for earth scientists. Examples of each type of terrace are presented, all of which are Quaternary formations from the conterminous United States. The fluvial terrace formations discussed include: Ohio River, Lower Mississippi River Valley, Kansas River, Black Hills (South Dakota), Southern Laramie Basin (Wyoming), and the Little Tennessee River. The coastal terrace formations discussed include: Atlantic Coastal Plain, and Monterrey Bay (California). The lacustrine terrace formations and strandlines discussed include: Lake Bonneville (Great Basin area), and Lake Missoula (Montana).
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.emporia.edu/earthsci/student/forge/terraces.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Patricia	Videtich	E.	Dr	Grand Valley State University, Department of Geology	VideticP@gvsu.edu		Allendale	MI	49401		616-895-3887		
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Title: Living with the Great Lakes	Keywords: Geology,Hydrology	Description: This site was developed to assist students and educators with learning about the Great Lakes. The topics discussed include, grain size, langmuir circulation, longshore current, beach drift, river plumes, lake stratification, and waves. Lesson plans can be found on the following subjects: lake levels, sediments, stream flow, and water quality. Also included is a virtual flight along the Eastern Lake Michigan Shoreline which includes topo maps, 3D maps, and photos. A directory of related links is also available.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.gvsu.edu/videticp/index.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Planet Earth Science, Inc.	PES@PlanetEarthScience.com	30 West Mission Street, Suite 8	Santa Barbara	CA	93101				
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Title: Planet Earth Science Inc.: Educational Software Developer	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology,Physical oceanography	Description: This site provides a preview of the Planet Earth Science Series, which is a commercial software program in which students use satellite observations of the Earth and data from climate models to study the Earth as a system of interacting components through a series of virtual research expeditions. The site also contains links to other educational sites on El Niño and the Antarctic Ozone Hole.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.planetearthscience.com/index.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 3	Copyright: ©COPYRIGHT 1998 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED, PLANET EARTH SCIENCE, Inc.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Goran	Bogicevic			NIS-Naftagas	boggy@geologist.com					http://geologylinks.freeyellow.com/			Yugoslavia
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Title: Geology Links (title provided by cataloger)	Keywords: Geochemistry,Geologic time,Geology,Geophysics,Hydrology,Mineralogy or petrology,Paleontology	Description: This web site is a clearinghouse for links to web sites on numerous subdisciplines of geology. There are paleontology links organized by type of organism and stratigraphy links organized by geologic time period. Also included are links organized by many other topics such as universities, museums, geologic dictionaries, magazines, jobs, software, mapping, petroleum, sedimentology, mineralogy, vertebrates, tectonics, geophysics, hydrogeology, plants, and evolution.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://geologylinks.freeyellow.com/geolinks.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Manchester Metropolitan University, Atmospheric Research and Information Centre, Atmosphere, Climate and Environment Information Programme	aric@mmu.ac.uk	Chester Street	Manchester		M1 5GD		+44-0-161-247-1590-3	+44-0-161-247-6332	UK
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Joe	Buchdahl			Manchester Metropolitan University, Atmospheric Research and Information Centre, Atmosphere, Climate and Environment Information Programme	j.buchdahl@mmu.ac.uk	Chester Street	Manchester		M1 5GD				UK
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Sue	Hare			Manchester Metropolitan University, Atmospheric Research and Information Centre, Atmosphere Climate and Environment Information Programme	s.hare@mmu.ac.uk	Chester Street	Manchester		M1 5GD				UK
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Title: Encyclopedia of the Atmospheric Environment	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology	Description: This encyclopedia provides a one-stop source of information on a range of atmospheric issues. The topics covered include air quality, acid rain, global warming, climate change, sustainability, weather, and ozone depletion. Each topic has a general description as well as a list of subtopics that provide more detailed information. Many of the additional readings are available in two different formats. One is for younger readers and the other is a more technical version for older and more advanced readers.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.doc.mmu.ac.uk/aric/eae/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14;15;16;17	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information included in the encyclopedia may be reproduced for individual, school and college use, and by other non-profit-making organizations. When using or reproducing information, please acknowledge ARIC as the original source of the information by using the following citation: Encyclopedia of the Atmospheric Environment ARIC © 2000. Topic, Subtopic: http://www.doc.mmu.ac.uk/aric/eae/ For example: Encyclopedia of the Atmospheric Environment ARIC © 2000: Climate Change, Continental Drift: http://www.doc.mmu.ac.uk/aric/eae/
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): W. K. (K)	Fletcher		Dr	The University of British Columbia, Department of Geological Sciences	fletcher@unixg.ubc.ca		Vancouver	British Columbia	V6T 1Z4		604-822-2392		Canada
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Title: Geology 100	Keywords: Geology	Description: This site is the homepage for the introductory geology class at the University of British Columbia. Resources include: copies of old exams, quick and dirty overhead sets for the topics of sedimentary, igneous, metamorphic, mass wasting, rivers, groundwater, glaciers, deserts and eolian deposits, and structure and rock deformation. Also included are slide sets of the following: introductory images, sedimentary, igneous rocks and volcanoes, mass wasting, weathering and soils, rivers, groundwater, glacial geology, deserts, and structural geology. The slide sets can be enlarged and a brief description of the photograph is given.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.science.ubc.ca/~geol100/fletcher/fletcher.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: This material is copyrighted (text, images, etc.), and cannot be used without permission of the copyright owner. For details, please contact W.K. Fletcher, fletcher@unixg.ubc.ca the Department of Geological Sciences, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada V6T 1Z4
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Environmental Protection Agency		Ariel Rios Building	Washington	DC	20460		202-260-2090		
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Title: Monitoring Water Quality	Keywords: Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: This website consolidates information, programs, mapping tools, and databases of the Environmental Protection Agency which pertain to and regulate water quality. The site includes volunteer and technical guidance on the different ways to monitor water quality, such as physical, biological and chemical indicators. Descriptions of and links to the various EPA monitoring programs and data systems, such as, the 305(b) Water Quality Report, Rapid Bioassessment Methods, and the Watershed Information Network are provided. Legal guides to the Clean Water Act and other important water laws, along with current news and events on water regulation are presented here, as well as the Water Monitor Newsletter. Links to the Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds Home, and Watershed Protection Home are also featured.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.epa.gov/owow/monitoring/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this WWW site is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. The U.S. Government retains a nonexclusive, royalty-free license to publish or reproduce these documents, or allow others to do so, for U.S. Government purposes. These documents may be freely distributed and used for non-commercial, scientific and educational purposes. Commercial use of the documents available from this server may be protected under the U.S. and Foreign Copyright Laws. Individual documents on this server may have different copyright conditions, and that will be noted in those documents.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): W. K. (K)	Fletcher		Dr	The University of British Columbia, Department of Geological Sciences	kfletcher@eos.ubc.ca		Vancouver	British Columbia	V6T 1Z4		604-822-2392		Canada
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Title: Geol 100: River Photos	Keywords: Hydrology	Description: This site is a page from the introductory geology website at the University of British Columbia. The page features the slide sets that accompany the river lecture notes. These photos deal with river types and processes. The images can be enlarged, and the size of the larger image file is provided under each thumbnail. Each enlarged photo contains a brief description. Currently there are fourteen images in the collection.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.science.ubc.ca/~geol100/fletcher/slideshow/river/river.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: ©Fletcher and Baylis, material not to be used without permission of the copyright owner. For details, please contact W.K. Fletcher, fletcher@unixg.ubc.ca the Department of Geological Sciences, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada V6T 1Z4
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				American Water Resources Association	info@awra.org	4 West Federal Street, P.O. Box 1626	Middleburg	VA	2011801626		540-687-8390		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Webserver Team				Engineering and Environmental Internet Solutions, LLC	admin@eeinternet.com								
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Title: American Water Resources Association	Keywords: Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: This is the homepage for the American Water Resources Association. The major objective of the American Water Resources Association is to foster a program of information exchange between professionals in water related disciplines. Publications, a yearly symposium, and regional chapters and conferences provide mechanisms for this exchange. Water research topics of focus include surface and ground water quality and quantity monitoring, management and modeling. Site links include: mission statement and historical overview, conferences and symposia, news and announcements, website spotlight, mailing list, membership, publications information, people, state and student sections, career information, connections, and contact information.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.awra.org/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 2001, American Water Resources Association.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Oregon Public Broadcasting	ofg@kopb2.opb.org	7140 SW Macadam Avenue	Portland	OR	97219		888-293-1982		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Jim	Newman												
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Todd	Sonflieth												
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Title: The Missoula Floods	Keywords: Geology,Hydrology	Description: This site offers an inidepth tutorial on the Missoula Floods. Colliding continents, volcanic eruptions, and lava flows built the landscape of Washington and Oregon over the last few million years. However, in recent geologic time the most dramatic geologic events in the region may be the Missoula Floods. Giant Ice Age floods over 400 feet deep and traveling at over 90 miles per hour from Montana to the Pacific Ocean. The floods destroyed everything in their path, moved mountains, and transported the rich soil of Eastern Washington to the Willamette Valley.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.opb.org/ofg/1001/missoula/index.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © Oregon Public Broadcasting.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Robert	Myers		Dr	NASA Classroom of the Future	bmyers@cet.edu	316 Washington Avenue	Wheeling	WV	26003		304-243-2368	304-243-2497	
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Title: Water Quality (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Ecology,Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: This site houses a module on Water Quality. The module is designed to be informative and interactive. Students are presented with a simulated situation where their newest client, who owns a catch and release fishing guide service, is upset over the fact that the fish in a stretch of "Bear Creek" have been dying. The client has called on the student's firm to figure out what is killing the fish in that section of Bear Creek, and how to stop it. Preliminary fieldwork has been done on Bear Creek and is available for the student's analysis. The biological, chemical, and physical data for this watershed are realistic values based on data found in similar situations. The data are listed in tables, and are also available to the students for download into a spreadsheet. Guided lectures on the hydrosphere, water pollution, and water quality assessment are provided, as well as a link to another module on a real watershed. For additional aides, a site glossary, reference information, a listing of related links, and a model outline of the steps to follow for the Problem Based Learning (PBL) situation are given. As this module is part of the online series of Exploring the Environment (ETE), teachers interested in using this site will have to register for a free password in order to gain access to the Teacher's Pages. This can be done through the ETE's homepage, http://www.cotf.edu/ete/.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.cotf.edu/ete/modules/waterq3/WQmain.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright© 1997-2000, Wheeling Jesuit University/NASA Classroom of the Future_. All rights reserved. Permission to make digital or hard copies of part or all of this work for personal or classroom use is granted provided that copies are not made or distributed for profit or direct commercial advantage and that copies bear this notice and the full citation on the first page. However, copyrights for components of this work owned by others than the Center for Educational Technologies_/ NASA Classroom of the Future_ must be honored as follows: abstracting with credit is permitted, but anyone copying information must abide by the terms and constraints of the copyright protecting all components.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Mansel	Nelson			Northern Arizona University, Environmental Education Outreach Program	Mansel.Nelson@nau.edu	PO Box 15004	Flagstaff	AZ	86011-5004		520-523-1275	520-523-1266	
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Title: Environmental Education Outreach Program (EEOP)	Keywords: Environmental science,Technology	Description: This is a program dedicated to raising Native American student's interest in environmental careers, as well as assisting schools in improving environmental science literacy. The Environmental Education Outreach Program does this by: mentoring and advising students on career choices and post-secondary educational opportunities, providing teachers with the support they need in order to be able to increase the amount and quality of environmental instruction, providing counselors with information that will assist them in advising and scheduling students to improve their success in environmental studies, assisting schools in developing and providing extracurricular opportunities in the study of the environment, and coordinating with other groups such as tribes, universities, community colleges, and local agencies to improve environmental awareness. This site contains information on the numerous projects and workshops available from the Environmental Education Outreach Program. In addition to resources for specific environmental issues like solid waste management, toxicology, waste water management, and air quality, resources supporting integration of technology such as GIS and graphing calculators into environmental science are also available. Links can also be found to list serves and environmental education web sites.
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Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://jan.ucc.nau.edu/~man5/eeop/index.html
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Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory	webmaster@pmel.noaa.gov	7600 Sand Point Way NE	Seattle	WA	98115-6349		206-526-6239	206-526-6815	
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Title: Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory On-Line Data	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology,Physical oceanography	Description: This site provides access to a variety of oceanographic and atmospheric data products. Some of the products available include Ocean Buoy data, tsunami data, 1997-98 El Niño sea level for the US West Coast, Alaska, and Hawaii, real-time images and data from research ships, climate databases via the FERRET program, the Atmospheric Chemistry Data Server, seafloor data from the coaxial segment of the Juan de Fuca Ridge, data on exploration of hydrothermal vents, Florida current transport data, EPIC observational data, Pacific Ocean hydrography from WOCE P15S Cruise cross sections, Ka'imimoana Shipboard Acoustic Doppler Current Profile (ADCP) Data, Atmospheric Chemistry Trace Gas Program data, Historical TAO CTD data, near real-time TAO CTD data, and access to other distributed NOAA data and information. This site also has animations and virtual reality displays of tsunamis, El Nino and La Nina, fisheries oceanography, and Convection and Circulation at Ocean Ridge Crests.
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Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/home/data.shtml
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on these pages is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credits is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Idaho Electronic Campus	ivc@isu.edu	PO Box 83720	Boise	ID	83720-0037		208-334-2270	208-334-2632	
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Title: The Lake Bonneville Flood	Keywords: Geology,Hydrology	Description: This site is a module from the Idaho State University Virtual campus. It is a thorough overview of the Lake Bonneville Flood with photographs and diagrams. Students taking this course for credit are required to work through this on-line material, including two short assignments. Upon completion of the background material students are then be required to take a field trip to explore the path of the Bonneville Flood. A virtual version of the field trip is scheduled to be available on-line in the future in order to provide familiarity with the route prior to departure. Site users who are not enrolled in this course will benefit from the tutorial, visuals, related Internet sites, and handouts provided. Outside links are also available to the Utah History Encyclopedia, Utah's Great Salt Lake and Ancient Lake Bonneville, and the basics of Paleohydrology. This module is worth one credit. A fee payment is required to take this module for credit.
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Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://wapi.isu.edu/Field_Exercise/lkbflood/lkbflood_index.html
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Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Robert	Myers		Dr	NASA Classroom of the Future_	bmyers@cet.edu	316 Washington Avenue	Wheeling	WV	26003		304-243-2368	304-243-2497	
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Title: Exploring the Environment	Keywords: Biology,Chemistry,Climatology,Ecology,Environmental science,Geology,Hydrology,Technology	Description: This is the home site for the online series of Exploring the Environment (ETE). Exploring The Environment features an integrated approach to environmental earth science through modules and activities. The vision of the ETE online series is to promote science-literate and reflective students who are knowledgeable of the earth's processes and their responsibilities for stewardship. The modules and activities incorporate environmental issues such as water quality, deforestation, biodiversity, volcanoes, ozone depletion, and global climate change. Standard problem-solving models, online resources that include relevant satellite imagery, and recommendations for extended inquiry are available to students. Student-directed research generally lasts a minimum of five weeks but often extends throughout the semester. Working cooperatively or individually, students engage in problem-based modules and activities that require them to formulate problem statements; to collect and analyze data; and then to prepare and present their findings, solutions, or recommendations. These findings, solutions, or recommendations should demonstrate students' understanding and awareness of the dynamics of physical, biological and socio-economic variables. The ETE modules can augment existing science courses, and they are interdisciplinary in nature, so that they can also be used in courses such as economics, social studies, and history. Teachers interested in using this site will have to register for a free password, in order to gain access to the Teacher's Pages.
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Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.cotf.edu/ete/main.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright© 1997-2000, Wheeling Jesuit University/NASA Classroom of the Future_. All rights reserved. Permission to make digital or hard copies of part or all of this work for personal or classroom use is granted provided that copies are not made or distributed for profit or direct commercial advantage and that copies bear this notice and the full citation on the first page. However, copyrights for components of this work owned by others than the Center for Educational Technologies_/ NASA Classroom of the Future_ must be honored as follows: abstracting with credit is permitted, but anyone copying information must abide by the terms and constraints of the copyright protecting all components.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Suzanne	O'Connell			Trinity College, Interdisciplinary Science Center	soconnell@wesleyan.edu	Clement 107	Hartford	CT	06106		860-297-5189	860-297-5129	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Wesleyan University	tklassen@wesleyan.edu	Wesleyan Station	Middletown	CT	06459	http://www.wesleyan.edu/	860-685-2000		
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Title: CURL: Curricular Resources Library	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Biology,Climatology,Environmental science,Geology,Human geography,Physics,History and philosophy of science	Description: This is the web page for the Curricular Resources Library (CURL), an on-line clearinghouse for Earth and Environmental Science resources. The Curricular Resources Library database is searchable by keywords and browsable alphabetically by subject area within the Earth and Environmental Sciences or within European Intellectual History. Each resource in the Curricular Resources Library database contains a direct link to the resource, a brief description of the resource, and key information on the resource such as keywords, discipline or subject, and the person or organization responsible for the resource.
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Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.wesleyan.edu/curl/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Donald	Johnson	R.		University of Wisconsin - Madison, Space Science Engineering Center	donj@ssec.wisc.edu	1225 W. Dayton St.	Madison	WI	53706		608-262-2538	608-262-5974	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Michael	Kalb			National Aeronautic and Space Administration, Goddard Space Flight Center, Visiting Scientist Program	mkalb@gvsp.usra.edu	7501 Forbes Blvd. #206	Seabrook	MD	20706		301-805-8396	301-805-8466	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Martin	Ruzek			Universities Space Research Association	ruzek@usra.edu	8426 Polifka Rd.	Whitelaw	WI	54247		920-732-4514	920-732-3316	
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Title: Earth System Science Online: From the Universities Space Research Association's Earth System Science Education	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Biology,Ecology,Environmental science,Geology,Hydrology,Technology	Description: This site serves as a repository for Earth System Science education and research resources. It contains links to all types of Internet resources related to Earth Systems Science. The links are arranged into categories such as resources, issues, workshops, news, job opportunities, student opportunities, funding opportunities, books, magazines, professional organizations, and more. Resources are available on data, maps, satellite images, weather, climate, software tools, system, diagrams, pictures and video. Other issues addressed include, global warming, sustainability, agriculture, population, biodiversity, ozone and greenhouse gases. A section entitled About the ESSE Program contains a number of learning modules on topics such as remote sensing, the atmospheric ozone, the Antarctic, El Nino, natural resources, the biosphere, energy, the hydrologic cycle, climate change, soil processes, and more.
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Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.usra.edu/esse/essonline/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Northern Arizona University, The Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals	ITEP-L@lists.nau.edu	PO Box 15004	Flagstaff	AZ	86011		520-523-9555	520-523-1266	
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Title: The Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Environmental science	Description: This web site is designed to help the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP) act as a catalyst among tribal governments, research and technical resources at Northern Arizona University (NAU), various federal, state and local governments, and the private sector, in support of environmental protection of Native American natural resources. The site provides environmental training and education resources for indigenous people everywhere. ITEP has a comprehensive tribal environmental database supporting tribal participation in the Western Regional Air Partnership, other regional planning groups, and tribal planning and projects. The database contains an emissions inventory component. The emissions inventory software developed by ITEP for this project is freely available to any tribe that wants to use it, and participation in the database is open to all tribes as well. GIS is being integrated into the database to allow for modeling, projections, and map generation. The web site has an online version of ITEP's Quarterly Newsletter, Native Voices, as well as information on funding resources, jobs, current news, internships, and other programs related to Native American environmental resource issues.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.cet.nau.edu/itep/index.htm
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: ©2000 Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals & Northern Arizona University.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of South Florida, College of Marine Science	linae@kelvin.marine.usf.edu	140 7th Avenue South	St. Petersburg	FL	33701	http://marine.usf.edu/	727-553-1189	727-553-1130	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Kristen	Kusek			University of South Florida, College of Marine Science	kkusek@seas.marine.usf.edu	140 7th Avenue South	St. Petersburg	FL	33701		727-553-1638	727-553-1130	
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Title: Making Waves	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Biological oceanography,Environmental science,Natural hazards,Physical oceanography	Description: This site provides Internet versions of a series of six articles published in InterActive Teacher magazine. The articles cover a medley of ocean topics. The site also contains exercises and activities based upon each article topic. The articles and information are also available by mail for schools that are not online. The articles discuss topics such as El Niño, global warming, beach erosion, coral reef bleaching, hurricanes, thunderstorms, earthquakes, and harmful algal blooms. Activities adhere primarily to two sets of academic standards: 1) The National Science Education Standards and 2) Florida's Sunshine State Standards.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://waves.marine.usf.edu/mwhome.htm
Learning Context: 4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1999 University of South Florida and Making Waves
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Hawaiian Volcanoes Observatory						http://hvo.wr.usgs.gov/			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	hvowebmaster@hvo.wr.usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): 				Honolulu Star Bulletin									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): 	Neener		M/SGT	U. S. Army, 8309th Army Unit									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): 				Transpacific Airways									
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Title: 50th Anniversary of Mauna Loa's Most Spectacular Eruption	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: The 1950 eruption was the largest and most spectacular eruption from the southwest rift zone of Mauna Loa Volcano, Hawaii, since written records have been kept. It was especially noteworthy, for lava was erupted from a nearly continuous 20-km-long fissure along the middle portion of the rift zone. Flows reached the sea in less than four hours. The description includes 5 photographs, a map of a portion of the southwest rift of Mauna Loa showing the 1950 flows and place names, and a relief map showing distribution of 1950 flows with labels for named flows.
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Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://hvo.wr.usgs.gov/maunaloa/history/50_06_01/
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Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): W. K.	Fletcher		Dr	The University of British Columbia, Department of Geological Sciences	kfletcher@eos.ubc.ca	The University of British Columbia, Department of Geological Sciences	Vancouver	British Columbia	V6T 1Z4		604-822-2392		Canada
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Title: Groundwater	Keywords: Hydrology	Description: This site is a page from the introductory geology website at the University of British Columbia. The page features the "quick and dirty" overhead notes for the Groundwater segment of the course. Sections include the following: distribution of water, important definitions, movement of groundwater, and wells and aquifers.
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Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.science.ubc.ca/~geol100/fletcher/gndwater.html
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Cost: 1	Copyright: This material is copyrighted (text, images, etc.), and cannot be used without permission of the copyright owner. For details, please contact W.K. Fletcher, fletcher@unixg.ubc.ca the Department of Geological Sciences, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada V6T 1Z4
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): USGS Web Team				U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey	webmaster@usgs.gov	U.S. Geological Survey	Reston	VA					
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Title: Water Resources of the United States	Keywords: Geology,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: This is the homepage for the Water Resources Division of the United States Geological Survey. It offers links to a variety of issues concerning water resources. The main links include: news, features, water data, publications and products, technical resources, programs, local information, and contacts. Also featured are links to other divisions within the United States Geological Survey, and FirstGov, a clearinghouse for all branches of the federal government.
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Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://water.usgs.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested. We strongly recommend that USGS data be acquired directly from a USGS server and not through other sources that may change the data in some way. While USGS makes every effort to provide accurate and complete information, various data such as names, telephone numbers, etc. may change prior to updating. USGS welcomes suggestions on how to improve our home page and correct errors. USGS provides no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, reliability or completeness of furnished data. Some of the documents on this server may contain live references (or pointers) to information created and maintained by other organizations. Please note that USGS does not control and cannot guarantee the relevance, timeliness, or accuracy of these outside materials.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Ralph	Kahn			National Aeronautic and Space Administration, Jet Propulsion Laboratory	ralph.kahn@jpl.nasa.gov	4800 Oak Grove Drive, MS 169-237	Pasadena	CA	91109				
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Title: Practical Uses of Math and Science, Subtitle: The On-line Journal of Math and Science Examples for Pre-College Education	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Mathematics,Physics	Description: Practical Uses of Math and Science (PUMAS) is a collection of one-page examples of how math and science topics taught in K-12 classes can be used in interesting settings, including everyday life. The examples are written primarily by scientists and engineers, and are available to teachers, students, and other interested parties via the PUMAS Web Site.
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Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://pumas.jpl.nasa.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The Web pages and the information contained in them are © 1996, 1997, California Institute of Technology, except where noted otherwise. Permission is granted to copy and distribute material appearing on this web site (pumas.jpl.nasa.gov), or any PUMAS mirror sites, for educational purposes, with the following limits: PUMAS material may not be included as all or part of material sold for profit, or used for advertising or promotional purposes, without the written permission of the PUMAS Editor. PUMAS material may not be distributed in an edited or otherwise altered form, except for classroom use. The PUMAS copyright statement, which appears at the bottom of each web page and in the header of each example, must be included in all reproductions of PUMAS material. The PUMAS Editor must be notified if PUMAS material is reproduced for purposes other than classroom or personal use. The copyright for some of the PUMAS examples may be held by the author or the author's institution.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Timothy	Scheibe			Battelle's Pacific Northwest Division	tim.scheibe@pnl.gov	Battelle Boulevard, MSIN: K9-33	Richland	WA	99352		509-372-6065	509-372-6089	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Christa	Knudson			Pacific Northwest National Laboratory	hydroweb@terrassa.pnl.gov	P.O. Box 999, MSIN K9-77	Richland	WA	99352				
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Title: Hydrology Web	Keywords: Hydrology	Description: The Hydrology Web site hosts a comprehensive list of links to hydrology and related hydrology resources. Use this site to browse hydrological information ranging from a bibliography, data, companies and government organizations, to conferences, job lists, projects, and research.
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Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://terrassa.pnl.gov:2080/hydroweb.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright (©), Battelle Memorial Institute. This document was prepared as an account of work sponsored by an agency of the United States Government. Neither the United States Government nor any agency thereof, nor Battelle Memorial Institute, nor any of their employees, makes any warranty, express or implied, or assumes any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed, or represents that its use would not infringe privately owned rights. Reference herein to any specific commercial product, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United States Government or any agency thereof, or Battelle Memorial Institute. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the United States Government or any agency thereof.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Robert	Wilhelmson			National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA), Atmospheric Sciences	bw@ncsa.uiuc.edu	Atmospheric Sciences Bldg, 105 S. Gregory St.,	Urbana	IL	61801	http://www.atmos.uiuc.edu/dept/main.php?opener=personnel/faculty_display.php?id=14	217-333-8651	217- 244-4393	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Mohan	Ramamurthy		Dr	University of Illinois, Department of Atmospheric Sciences	mohan@uiuc.edu	Atmospheric Sciences Bldg, 105 S. Gregory St.,	Urbana	IL	61801	http://www.atmos.uiuc.edu/dept/main.php?opener=personnel/faculty_display.php?id=8	217-333-8650	217-244-4393	
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Title: The Online Guides: Instructional Resources and Curriculum	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology,Technology	Description: This page provides access to learning modules for meteorology, remote sensing, and reading and interpreting weather maps. There are meteorology modules for the following topics: light and optics; clouds and precipitation; forces and winds; air masses and fronts; weather forecasting; severe storms; hurricanes; El Niño; and the hydrologic cycle. There are remote sensing modules on radar and satellites. There are weather map modules on coordinated universal time, temperatures, surface observations, surface maps, and upper air observations. In addition to the learning modules there is also a section of the site called Projects and Activities. This section contains subsections for open-ended projects, classroom activities and teacher guides.
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Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://ww2010.atmos.uiuc.edu/(Gh)/guides/home.rxml
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Cost: 1	Copyright: Content of this server are Copyright © 1997 by the University of Illinois Board of Trustees (except in the case of photos and other resources which are specifically identified). The names "Weather World 2010" and "WW2010" are trademarks _ of the University of Illinois. Commercial use and any type of rebroadcast or redistribution of text, images, video and audio found on this server is expressly prohibited without first obtaining the consent of the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Non-commercial use must be accompanied by appropriate credit visible with respect to the used item. "Image/Text/Data from the University of Illinois WW2010 Project." Web utilization should, if possible, provide a link nearby.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				The Royal Society of Chemistry, Business Services Department	business-services@rsc.org	Thomas Graham House, Science Park, Milton Road	Cambridge		CB4 0WF				UK
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Title: 109: A Visual Interpretation of the Table of Elements	Keywords: Chemistry,Geochemistry	Description: 109 is a visual arts and science collaborative project which aims to explore and reflect upon the diversity of elements that comprise matter in as unique and innovative manner as possible. 109 aims to produce a new and vibrant visual assessment of the startling diversity of material that constitutes the world in which we live, not simply by rendering images of the respective elements but also by investigating the manner in which they affect our daily lives in largely unseen and often unexpected ways. The site contains an interactive periodic table. Clicking on any element in the table brings up a web page with practical, historical, and physical information and animations relating to that element. The site also has a section entitled Periodic Landscapes which contains computer generated landscape views and models based on various patterns and relationships within the periodic table. The site also includes a brief history of the periodic table, free e-postcards, and more.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.chemsoc.org/viselements/pages/contents.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Images © Murray Robertson 1999. Text © The Royal Society of Chemistry 1999. You may browse, download or print out one copy of the material displayed on the Site for your personal, non-commercial, non-public use, but you must retain all copyright and other proprietary notices contained on the materials. You may not further copy, distribute or otherwise use any of the materials from this Site without the advance, written consent of RSC. The images may not be shared in any disc library, image storage mechanism, network system or similar arrangement, or be posted on any web site. If you wish to use the images in a manner not permitted by these terms and conditions please contact Business Services Department.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Volcano Hazards Program						http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/main.html			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	vhpweb@volcanoes.usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): R.	Schuster	L.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): K.	Scott	M.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): T.	Casadevall	S.											
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Title: Earthquake on June 6, 1994, Triggers Landslides and Catastrophic Lahar Near Nevado del Huila Volcano, Colombia	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This page describes how quickly an earthquake-triggered lahar happened and the losses that occurred. Some losses may have occurred because people did not know they should flee to high ground after an earthquake. Within minutes of the 1994 magnitude 6.4 earthquake beneath the south-southwest flank of Nevado del Huila volcano in Colombia, dozens of landslides swept down from the steep valleys above Río Paez. The landslides quickly turned into debris flows, which joined to produce a single enormous flow. That lahar destroyed most of or parts of several towns along the river and displaced about 20,000 people from their homes. There were several hundred casualties. Bridges and roads were destroyed. The location map of Nevado del Huila volcano shows the path of the 1994 lahar.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/Hazards/What/Lahars/HuilaLahar.html
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Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Gulf of Maine Aquarium	Streams@octopus.gma.org		Portland	ME			207-772-2321		
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Title: Streams	Keywords: Ecology,Human geography,Hydrology	Description: This site is part of the Gulf of Maine Aquarium, and focuses on stream environments in Maine. Topics include: Maine's Water Roots, which looks at the human history of Maine as it can be traced along its waterways; What is a Stream?; Life in the Mainstream, Living on the Edge; A Role for Everyone, and Bibliography. Concepts addressed include water quality, watersheds, the hydrologic cycle, aquatic stages, and stream ecology.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://octopus.gma.org/streams/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright (c) 1999. Gulf of Maine Aquarium. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): John	Butler	C.	Dr	University of Houston, Texas, Department of Geosciences	jbutler@uh.edu		Houston	TX	77204		713-743-3411		
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Title: The Virtual Geosciences Professor	Keywords: Space science,Environmental science,Geophysics,Hydrology,Mineralogy or petrology,Natural hazards,Structural geology,Technology	Description: This web site, hosts a FileMakerPro database of over 4,750 geoscience course resources available on the Internet. The resources have been arranged according to broad categories with each category subdivided into content-based subcategories. You may search the database by category, subcategory and/or by keywords. The broad categories are Analytical, Course Resources, Data, Department, Field Trips, Handouts, Homework, Images, Learning, OnLine, Resources, and Student Projects. There is also an electronic mailing list called the Virtual Coffee Room, a resource of the month section, and a section with links to geoscience departments around the world and WWW geoscience related directories. In addition, there is a section entitled Another Node on the Net. This section is designed to provide Internet resources that can help meet the research and academic needs of the readers of the Journal of Computers and Geosciences, many of whom are members of the International Association of Mathematical Geologists (IAMG). There is also a section entitled Geophysics. This section contains numerous links to geophysical data, geoscience career and student support information, and reference materials for geophysics.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.uh.edu/~jbutler/anon/anonfield.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright by John C. Butler, July 19, 1996
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute		7700 Sandholdt Road	Moss Landing	CA	95039-9644		831-775-1700	831-775-1620	
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Title: Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute	Keywords: Biological oceanography,Chemical oceanography,Physical oceanography	Description: The Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) is an oceanographic research center that promotes a peer relationship between engineers and scientists. The website focuses on marine research projects at Monterey Bay, the ocean offshore, and in Hawaii. Research is featured in the web site. Viewers have access to research cruises through video cams and logbooks, buoy and satellite data, photos and video of organisms, science labs, marine technology, research vessels, ocean floor maps, a sample archive of organisms, field observations, video, and analytical data. The website also includes an interactive periodic table which shows speciation, distribution, residence time, and analytical procedures for determining concentration. The site also features lessons on plate tectonics.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.mbari.org/default.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: This site and all materials on it are protected under United States copyright laws, which give creators of original works of authorship the exclusive right to use their works for a limited period of time. With certain exceptions, copyrighted materials may not be used or copied without the permission of the copyright holder. You are licensed by MBARI to use materials on this site for non-commercial educational purposes only. You may copy these materials for classroom use, so long as the copies contain all applicable copyright and trademark notices. This license is not exclusive to you, and you may not transfer it. Any commercial or personal use of the materials on this site is strictly prohibited. You may not sell, assign, sublicense or otherwise transfer these materials, copy them for non-classroom use, publish them for personal gain, or remove any copyright or trademark notice, without the express written permission of MBARI.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Gabriel Eckstein					gabriel13@worldnet.att.net.								
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Title: International Water Law Project	Keywords: Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: The International Water Law Project is an organization created to provide pertinent information on international water law and policy and related topics. Resources at this site include: links to full web publications of recent world water news articles, case law proceedings from international jurisdictions, documents from international and regional water coalitions, a data table of the transboundary watercourses and international water basins of the world, a bibliography with links to some full documents, and a listserv archive.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.internationalwaterlaw.org/index.htm
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 2000 - 2001 International Water Law Project.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Virginia	Hinshaw			University of Wisconsin-Madison Graduate School	hinshaw@mail.bascom.wisc.edu					http://www.wisc.edu/grad/index.html	608-262-1044		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of Wisconsin, Board of Regents									
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Title: The Why Files: Science Behind the News.	Keywords: Space science,Atmospheric science,Biology,Chemistry,Environmental science,Geology,Physics,Technology	Description: The mission of The Why Files is to explore the science, math and technology lurking behind the headlines of the day, and to present those topics in a clear, entertaining and accessible manner. Although based at and supported by the University of Wisconsin-Madison The Why Files covers science at all institutions that engage in scientific exploration and discovery. The goal is to explain the relationship between science and daily life. The site also includes a Cool Science Image database and a searchable archive.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://whyfiles.org/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: University of Wisconsin, Board of Regents, c2001.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey			Menlo Park	CA					
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	vhpweb@volcanoes.usgs.gov								
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Title: Lahars Sweep Down the Muddy River, Mount St. Helens	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This web page describes the lahars that followed the May 18, 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. Within the first few minutes of the 18 May 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens, numerous lahars were generated on the west, south, and east flanks of the volcano. One lahar originating on the upper east side of Mount St. Helens flowed 30 km down the Muddy River into a large reservoir in less than 30 minutes. Several photographs show some of the effects of the lahar as it traveled down the river valley. Links are also available to a photoglossary on volcanoes, volcano observatories, and current United States volcanic activity.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/Hazards/Effects/MuddyLahar.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Aeronautic Space Administration, Ames Research Center, Astrobiology Program	astrobio@www-space.arc.nasa.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Bert	Ulrich		Mr	National Aeronautic Space Administration, Public Services Division							202-358-1750		
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Title: Astrobiology: The Study of the Living Universe	Keywords: Space science	Description: This page provides a brief description of Astrobiology, the study of the origin, evolution, distribution, and destiny of life in the universe. The site also contains information about the goals, missions, and technologies associated with the NASA Astrobiology Program. It also has information about current news and upcoming meetings associated with astrobiology and numerous links to related information and resources. Included are links to frequently asked questions, publications of recent workshops in astrobiology, education and astrobiology, a reference section which includes calculators and unit converters, and a link to related links.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://astrobiology.arc.nasa.gov/overview.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: It is permissible to link to NASA sites provided the link you design is strictly for information and does not convey NASA's implicit or explicit endorsement of any goods or services you might be offering. You may use a NASA photo from the Photo Gallery, but not the NASA insignia, logotype or seal. The rules for screen shots are the same as for photographs. Their use must be strictly for informational or educational purposes and must not convey NASA's implicit or explicit endorsement of any goods or services you might be offering. For commercial applications contact the Public Services Division to see how NASA material can be used in ads.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Los Angeles Educational Partnership		315 West 9th Street, Suite 1110	Los Angeles	CA	90015		213-622-5237	213-629-5288	
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Title: River Lessons and Investigations	Keywords: Ecology,Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: This web site houses a collection of lesson plans centered on the study of the Los Angeles River. Most activities involve an outdoor component of river ecology and water quality investigations. Although the activities focus on the L.A. River, adaptation to any riparian environment is possible with a little background research. Also, most lessons could be tailored to any grade level. An inventory of subject concepts is provided in the interdisciplinary unit overview, as well as a listing of the National Science Education Standards and California Science Framework Concepts that the unit encompasses.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.lalc.k12.ca.us/target/units/river/lessons/riverles.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1998 Target Science, target@laep.org. Updated May 1999.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Osaka University, Faculty of Engineering, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Lightning Research Group	zen@pwr.eng.osaka-u.ac.jp	2-1 Yamada-oka	Suita, Osaka		565				Japan
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Title: Lightning Strike Triggered by a Flying Airplane	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Natural hazards	Description: This is a brief video clip and still picture of an airplane triggering a lightning strike. You can see the lightning bolt initiating at the ground and the atmosphere simultaneously and then connecting when they meet at the airplane.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://lightning.pwr.eng.osaka-u.ac.jp/lrg/temp/plane.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Los Angeles Educational Partnership		315 W. 9th Street, Suite 1110	Los Angeles	CA	90015		213-622-5237	213-629-5288	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Kurt	Ballash			Jefferson High School, Los Angeles Unified School District		1319 East 41st Street	Los Angeles	CA	90011-3399		323-232-2261	323-231-4755	
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Title: Los Angeles River Tour	Keywords: Ecology,Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: This is a virtual tour of the Los Angeles River. Designed with the spirit of exploration, users are able to digitally navigate the river from the headwaters in the San Fernando Valley to the mouth of river in Long Beach, over 50 miles away. This is a descriptive tour, showing samples of the sights, plants, animals, architecture, and history along the way. There are twelve stopping points along the tour: Headwaters, First Channel, Convergence, Sepulveda Basin, Verdugo Wash, Los Feliz, Frogtown, Arroyo Seco fork, 4th Street Bridge, Rio Hondo fork, Lower river, and mouth of the river in Long Beach. At any point along the journey, it is possible to back up, or continue down the river. Additional links provide in depth information about the plants, animals, microorganisms, water quality, human impact, history, and art on the L.A. River.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.lalc.k12.ca.us/target/units/river/tour/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1995 Target Science. Updated May 1999. Target Science is sponsored by Los Angeles Unified School District and Los Angeles Educational Partnership.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Los Angeles Educational Partnership		315 West 9th Street, Suite 1110	Los Angeles	CA	90015		213-622-5237	213-629-5288	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): 				Target Science	target@laep.org								
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Title: Los Angeles River Connection	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: This site offers a wealth of information on the water resources of Los Angeles County, California.. Drainage basin maps, historical rainfall data, and settlement history are available. There are also river lessons and investigations provided for instructors, including a virtual field trip. The theme of stewardship is common throughout the site resources, with an emphasis on the physical and aesthetic benefits of natural river systems. Human Impact data, Concrete Poetry, and a few articles about the Los Angeles River are available.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.lalc.k12.ca.us/target/units/river/riverweb.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1998 Target Science.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey			Menlo Park	CA					
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	vhpweb@volcanoes.usgs.gov								
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Title: Photo glossary of volcano terms	Keywords: Geology,Mineralogy or petrology,Natural hazards	Description: The glossary has about 60 terms that are primarily types of volcanoes or vents, eruption types, and eruptive products. Clicking on a term displays a captioned photograph illustrating the concept and a glossary definition. Below the photgraph are related glossary terms and sometimes other information or photograph links.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/Products/Pglossary/pglossary.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested. We strongly recommend that USGS data be acquired directly from a USGS server and not through other sources that may change the data in some way. While USGS makes every effort to provide accurate and complete information, various data such as names, telephone numbers, etc. may change prior to updating. USGS welcomes suggestions on how to improve our home page and correct errors. USGS provides no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, reliability or completeness of furnished data.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Marshall	Jennings	E.		Edwards Aquifer Research and Data Center	mj09@swt.edu	Southwest Texas State University	San Marcos	TX	78666-4616		512-245-3544	512-245-2669	
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Title: Trinity Aquifer Groundwater Continuous Monitoring Databases	Keywords: Hydrology	Description: This site offers data from three monitoring wells in southwest Texas; the Schwope Well at Boerne, the Mt. Baldy well at Wimberly, and the Orchard Park Well at Medina. Links are provided to each well with a photo and site information , such as elevation, latitude and longitude, drill date, depth, and the name of the aquifer formation. Precipitation and water level information for the previous seven days of monitoring are given in a spreadsheet and graphical format. Data are collected daily and updated weekly. This project is a program of the Edwards Aquifer Research and Data Center.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.eardc.swt.edu/Trinity/trinity.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Edwards Aquifer Research and Data Center	webmaster@eardc.swt.edu.	248 Freeman Building	San Marcos	TX	78666		512-245-2329	512-245-2669	
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Title: Bad Water Line Continuous Monitoring Databases	Keywords: Hydrology	Description: This is the continuous monitoring database of the "bad-water" line (BWL) within the south and southeast portion of the Edwards aquifer in Texas. Bad water line is defined as the salinity front, which has total dissolved solids (TDS) of 1,000mg/l. Data are supplied in the form of Date, Hour, Temperature, and Conductivity for the following sites: Aquarena/San Marcos Springs, Comal Springs, Southwest Texas State University Artesian Well, Converse Municipal Well, Atascosa Municipal Well, and Ezell's Cave.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.eardc.swt.edu/bwl/BWL1/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Russell	Graymer	W.		United States Geological Survey, Western Region Mapping Team									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States National Park Service									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	mmoreno@usgs.gov								
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Title: Geologic Maps	Keywords: Geology	Description: This web site provides an introduction to geologic maps. Topics covered include what is a geologic map, unique features of geologic maps, letter symbols, faults, and strike and dip. Users may click to view colored geologic maps, the geologic map of the United States and the geologic relief map of the United States.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www2.nature.nps.gov/grd/usgsnps/gmap/gmap1.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested. We strongly recommend that USDOI data be acquired directly from a USDOI server and not through other sources that may change the data in some way. While USDOI makes every effort to provide accurate and complete information, various data such as names, telephone numbers, etc. may change prior to updating.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): John	Marquis			Caltech, Seismological Lab		Mail Code 252-21, 1200 E. California Blvd	Pasadena	CA	91125	http://www.ugcs.caltech.edu/~warrior/scecwelcome.html	626-395-6919	626-564-0715	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Katrin	Hafner			Caltech, Seismological Lab	katrin@gps.caltech.edu	Mail Code 252-21, 1200 E. California Blvd	Pasadena	CA	91125		626-395-2106	626-564-0715	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Egill	Hauksson			Caltech, Seismological Lab	hauksson@gps.caltech.edu	Mail Code 252-21, 1200 E. California Blvd	Pasadena	CA	91125		626-395-6954	626-564-0715	
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Title: SCEC Education Module: Investigating Earthquakes through Regional Seismicity	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards,Structural geology	Description: This educational module has been designed to provide students with the opportunity to interactively investigate the nature of earthquakes. The module has been divided into three major sections, "What is an Earthquake?", "The Distribution of Earthquakes", and "Measuring Earthquakes". Each section presents background material and interactive learning activities allowing students to understand such characteristics of earthquakes as their associated faults, rates of occurrence, magnitudes, and geographic distribution.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.scecdc.scec.org/Module/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Hawaii Volcano Observatory						http://hvo.wr.usgs.gov/			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey, Hawaii Volcano Observatory	hvowebmaster@hvo.wr.usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Frances	Kakugawa	H.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): J.	Eaton	P.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): D.	Richter	H.											
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Title: The 1960 Kapoho Eruption of Kilauea Volcano, Hawai`i	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This web page covers the progress of the early 1960 Kapoho eruption of Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii, and the damage it caused. The eruption caused havoc in lower Puna, an idyllic rural paradise until the lava fountains and flows covered farm land and villages including Kapoho Village and parts of Koa`e Village. During this time, the volcano's summit deflated and eventually collapsed. This page is part of a web series on major Kilauea eruptions. The user can view a series of maps for mid- to late January 1960, showing lava coverage, faults, and lava barriers. A memorial poem for Kapoho village is included. Other links include a photo gallery of volcanoes, and a resource on how volcanoes work.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://hvo.wr.usgs.gov/kilauea/history/1960Jan13//
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of Texas at Austin, The Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection	www.lib.utexas.edu								
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Title: Outline Map Sites: The Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection	Keywords: Physical geography	Description: This website provides an extensive list of links to outline maps of the world, continents, countries, and counties, as well as some historical and thematic maps. Maps are presented as they were originally published, and the original publisher/source and date is provided.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/Libs/PCL/Map_collection/map_sites/outline_sites.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Public Domain or Copyright Held by University of Texas at Austin: Material on this site may be quoted or reproduced for educational purposes without prior permission, provided appropriate credit is given. Any commercial use of this material is prohibited without prior permission from The General Libraries. Please contact us at www@lib.utexas.edu with questions regarding use of General Libraries content. Copyright Not Held by University of Texas at Austin: This site provides access to materials, licensed or otherwise, for which the copyright is held by owners other than the University of Texas at Austin. Use of these materials and resources is restricted by license agreement and copyright law.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Jo	Schaper			University of Missouri-Columbia	joschaper@aol.com		Columbia	MS					
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Title: Missouri Springs: Jewels in the Ozarks	Keywords: Geochemistry,Geology,Human geography,Hydrology	Description: This site contains physical, biological, chemical, visual, and historical information on Missouri springs of the Ozarks, a series of large springs that occur south of the Missouri River along the Ozark Uplift. Major river basins that are home to large springs include the Osage, Gasconade, Meramec, Black, Current, Eleven Point, and North Fork Rivers. There is a Missouri Statewide Spring Distribution Map with information on ownership and access, and featured facts such as flow statistics, recharge area, history and interesting folklore, for each spring. A bibliography and links to related U.S. Geological Service sites are also provided.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.umsl.edu/~joellaws/ozark_caving/springs/jspring.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Volcano Hazards Program			Menlo Park	CA		http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/main.html			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey, Volcano Hazards Program	vhpweb@volcanoes.usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): S.	Brantley	R.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): K.	Scott												
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): B.	Myers												
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Title: Dome Collapses Generate Pyroclastic Flows: Unzen Volcano, Japan	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This web page describes the progress of a lava dome collapse and its effects with an example from Unzen Volcano in Japan. The activity lasted from 1991-1995. A series of sketches describes a typical dome collapse. Damage to buildings and vegetation in the already-evacuated Nakao River valley is described. Links are also available to a photoglossary of volcanoes, a site on volcano observatories, a site describing current United States volcanic activity, and sites explaining volcano hazards, including gas, lahars, landslides and tephra.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/Hazards/What/PF/PFUnzen.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Hubert	Staudigel			Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Cecil H. and Ida M. Green	hstaudigel@ucsd.edu	University of California, San Diego - 0225	La Jolla	CA	92093-0225	http://earthref.org/PACER/hstaudigel.htm	858-534-8764	858-534-8090	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Anthony	Koppers			Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Cecil H. and Ida M. Green	akoppers@ucsd.edu	University of California, San Diego - 0225	La Jolla	CA	92093-0225	http://earthref.org/PACER/akoppers.htm	858-534-8771	858-534-8090	
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Title: EarthRef: Website for Physical and Chemical Earth References	Keywords: Geochemistry,Geophysics,Mineralogy or petrology,Physical oceanography,Structural geology	Description: The EarthRef web site contains several online databases, downloadable modeling tools, and more. The databases include GERM (Geochemical Earth Reference Model), the EarthRef Digital Archive, the Seamount Catalog, and Partition Coefficients. A Geophysical Reference Earth Model (REM) is currently under construction. The GERM database contains summary data on the geochemistry of all reservoirs in the Earth and solar system. It includes only peer-reviewed data and is searchable by reservoir, element, and reference. The EarthRef Digital Archive contains any type of digital data object associated with the Earth Sciences. Data objects may be part of non-published Earth Sciences projects ranging from data tables to diagrams to reports to geological maps to videos. The Seamount Catalog includes a searchable database of maps and morphological data sheets, and a library of gridded bathymetry files along with their original multibeam data. The Partition Coefficient database contains Kd (partition coefficient) data for all types of rocks and minerals and for every element. Both experimental and empirical data are included in this extensive compilation.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://earthref.org/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Max-Planck-Institut für Chemie, Database Team	sarbas@mpch-mainz.mpg.de		Mainz, Germany						
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Title: GEOROC: Geochemistry of Rocks of the Oceans and Continents	Keywords: Geochemistry,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: GEOROC (Geochemistry of Rocks of the Oceans and Continents) is intended to become a global geochemical database containing published chemical and isotopic data as well as extensive metadata for rocks, minerals and melt/fluid inclusions. GEOROC currently covers igneous rocks from island arcs, oceanic islands, and large igneous provinces such as seamounts, oceanic plateaus, submarine ridges, and oceanic and continental flood basalts. It contains thousands of entries for whole rock, mineral, and inclusion geochemical data. The database can be searched by bibliography, tectonic setting, geographic coordinates, chemistry, or petrography. The results of a customized query can be directly downloaded in an Excel compatible (comma delimited text) format.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://georoc.mpch-mainz.gwdg.de/Start.asp
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © MPI für Chemie, Mainz, Germany
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum	webmaster@bishopmuseum.org.	1525 Bernice Street P.O. Box 19000	Honolulu	HI	96817-0916	http://www.bishop.hawaii.org/BishopHome.html	808-847-3511		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Kevin	Johnson	T.M.	Dr	Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum	ktmj@bishopmuseum.org	1525 Bernice Street P.O. Box 19000	Honolulu	HI	96817-0916	http://www.bishop.hawaii.org/bishop/HBS/johnson.html	808-848-4124	808-847-8252	
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Title: The Bishop Museum's Geology Home Page	Keywords: Geochemistry,Mineralogy or petrology,Physical oceanography	Description: This web site contains information about the research projects from the Geology group at the Bishop Museum. In addition to the current project information, the site also hosts a geochemical data set of volcanic rocks of the Hawaiian Islands, organized by volcano. Data are available for the Hawaiian Arch, Hawai`i (Hualalai, Kilauea, Kohala, Mauna Kea, and Mauna Loa), Kahoolawe, Kaua`i, Lana`i, Loihi, Mahukona, Maui (West Maui and Haleakala), Moloka`i, O`ahu (Honolulu Volcanic Series, Ko`olau, and Wai`anae), Ni`ihau, Kaula Island, Nihoa Island, Necker Island, La Perouse Pinnacles, Gardner Pinnacles, Midway Islands, and the Tenji and Detroit Seamounts. The data sets are available for download and are formatted as tab delimited text files which include original sample number, location of the sample, author of the original paper, major and minor element abundance (weight percent), trace element abundance (parts per million) listed in order of atomic number, and various isotopic ratios.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.bishop.hawaii.org/bishop/geology/geology.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1995, by Bishop Museum. All rights reserved. All media are for the personal use of students, scholars and the public. Any commercial use or publication of them is strictly prohibited.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Association of Exploration Geochemists	AEG@synapse.net	P.O. Box 26099, 72 Robertson Rd.	Nepean	Ontario	K2H 9R0		613-828-0199	613-828-9288	Canada
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Steve	Amor			Association of Exploration Geochemists	steveamor@compuserve.com								
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Title: Geochemical Applications Of Commonly-Analyzed Elements	Keywords: Geochemistry,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web page contains an index of the elements hydrogen through uranium. The index links to an individual page for each element which describes its detection limits, detection complications, and geochemical applications as a pathfinder or as an aid to geologic mapping. The page was designed to enable explorationists to make the best use of the analyses in a multi-element package like those offered by many commercial geochemical labs, and to know the limitations of such analyses.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.aeg.org/ChemElements/elements.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Volcano Hazards Program			Menlo Park	CA					
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	vhpweb@volcanoes.usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): R.	Clucas	J.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): S.	Brantley	R.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): J.	Major												
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Title: 1989-90 Eruption of Redoubt Volcano, Alaska, and the First Test Case of a USGS Lahar-Detection System	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: This web page describes the lahars that swept down the Drift River Valley during the 1989-90 eruption of Redoubt Volcano, Alaska, and the testing of a new experimental detection and warning system designed to track lahars and debris flows and to give warning to people downstream. In this case, an oil-storage facility in the Cook Inlet area was at risk. The seismometers used (acoustic-flow monitors) were sensitive to ground vibration at relatively high frequencies. On April 6, 1990 the system did detect and track lahars moving down a valley in real time. The amplitude and ground velocity data are diagrammed.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/About/What/Monitor/Hydrologic/AFMRedoubt.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States National Park Service		1849 C Street NW	Washington	DC	20240	http://www.nps.gov/index.html			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	mmoreno@usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Western Earth Surface Processes Team									
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Title: USGS Geology in the Parks	Keywords: Geology	Description: This site is a collaborative effort of the U. S. Geological Survey (USGS) and National Park Service (NPS). The presentation is structured to inform and entice virtual and future park visitors with a non-technical approach to geology. Everyone from middle-school age to experts will find something of interest. Each 'entry' page including the first page of any topic is presented at the most basic level. The presentation becomes increasingly specialized and uses more technical language as one goes deeper into the site. Lots of material is specifically directed towards park interpreters and educators. Pages are organized into general geology topics and individual parks. Basic information is provided for geologic maps, plate tectonics, rocks and minerals, and geologic time. A glossary and links to education resources are included. Materials are also provided on geomorphic provinces, sand dunes, caves, animations, glaciers, and coasts. Additional sites are dedicated to the unique geologic history and resources of specific parks; each is jointly developed by park interpreters and USGS staff. These pages may include both technical and education resources.
Publication 5-2002
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www2.nature.nps.gov/grd/usgsnps/project/home.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested. We strongly recommend that USDOI data be acquired directly from a USDOI server and not through other sources that may change the data in some way. While USDOI makes every effort to provide accurate and complete information, various data such as names, telephone numbers, etc. may change prior to updating. USDOI welcomes suggestions on how to improve our home page and correct errors. USDOI provides no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, reliability or completeness of furnished data.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Mapping Applications Center	macweb@usgs.gov	509 National Center, 12201 Sunrise Valley Drive	Reston	VA	20192	http://mac.usgs.gov/mac/index.html			
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Title: Volcanoes!: Teacher's Guide (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This teacher packet online edition contains full text from the 1997 publication and modified illustrations. Volcanoes is an interdisciplinary set of materials for grades 4-8. Through the story of the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens, students will answer fundamental questions about volcanoes: "What is a volcano?" "Where do volcanoes occur and why?" "What are the effects of volcanoes on the Earth system?" "What are the risks and the benefits of living near volcanoes?" "Can scientists forecast volcanic eruptions?" A teacher guide (with glossary and bibliography) and information from the two-sided color poster are included with 6 lessons and other supporting materials. Many of the activities included require basic map skills. Each lesson includes Illustrated background information, Two step-by-step timed activities, Reproducible Master Sheets for making overhead transparencies or photocopies, and Reproducible Activity Sheets for students. The Master Sheets and some Activity Sheets are in PDF format. Students conclude the last lesson by creating materials they could use to explain volcanoes and their hazards to a community living near an active volcano.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://mac.usgs.gov/mac/isb/pubs/teachers-packets/volcanoes/index.html
Learning Context: 4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law. Use of the USGS visual identifier (logo) is restricted to official publications. We will identify material we use from sources outside of USGS, and request others do the same when using information published by USGS. Credit can be provided by including on the page (or via a link to a credits page) a citation.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Melanie	Moreno			United States Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey	mmoreno@usgs.gov	345 Middlefield Road	Menlo Park	CA	94025		650-329-4994	650-329-4936	
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Title: What on Earth is Plate Tectonics?	Keywords: Geology	Description: This web site was put together by the U.S.G.S. (United States Geological Survey) and the N.P.S. (National Park Service) and provides an overview of plate tectonics. It begins by explaining about the Earth's core, mantle, and crust. It then discusses the crustal plates and the types of plate boundaries (convergent, divergent and transform). The lesson ends with paleogeographic reconstructions of plate distributions from the past 650 million years.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www2.nature.nps.gov/grd/usgsnps/pltec/pltec1.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law. We will identify material we use from sources outside of USGS, and request others do the same when using information published by USGS. Credit can be provided by including on the page (or via a link to a credits page) a citation such as: Credit: U. S. Geological Survey U. S. Geological Survey/photo by Jane Doe (if the artist is known) USGS/Ft. Collins, CO (if originating office but not the artist is known)
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Lee	Gray	M.	Dr	Mount Union College, Geology Department	graylm@muc.edu	1972 Clark Avenue	Alliance	OH	44601		330-823-3605		
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Title: Glacial Geology in Lake and Geauga Counties, Ohio	Keywords: Cryology,Geology,Physical geography	Description: This site provides papers written on the glacial geology in Lake and Geauga Counties, Ohio. It was written by five students at Mount Union College. The report consists of six topics: economic interests, Wisconsin glaciation, environmental concerns, geomorphology, physiography, stratigraphy, and a bibliography.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://GeoLab1.muc.edu/GlacialGeology/GlacialGeologyPages/welcome/welcome.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information is unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Goran	Bogicevic			NIS-Naftagas	boggy@geologist.com								Yugoslavia
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Title: Reefs	Keywords: Biology,Geology	Description: This is a clearinghouse of resources pertaining to coral reefs. Topics include a virtual field trip to the reefs of the Jurassic Period, ancient coral reefs; coral reef maps of the world; the evolution, geology and biology of reefs; paleo reef maps (a database of Phanerozoic reefs with graphic presentations); a summary of the Permo-Carboniferous Carbonate Platforms and Reefs Research Conference; the fossil reef of Costa da Caparica; the Munich-Stuttgart reef group page on Jurassic, Palaeozoic and other reefs; and the Permian Reef Complex (Delaware Basin) of West Texas.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://geologylinks.freeyellow.com/sedreef.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Department of Defense, U.S. Naval Observatory, Astronomical Applications Department	help@aa.usno.navy.mil	3450 Massachusetts Avenue NW	Washington	DC	20392-5420	http://aa.usno.navy.mil/	202-762-1617	202-762-1612	
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Title: United States Naval Observatory, Astronomical Applications Department: Data Services (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Space science	Description: This site offers tools for calculating the times of sunrise, sunset, moonrise, moonset, and civil twilight. There is a table showing the phases of the moon and the corresponding dates and times, lists of past and future eclipses and occultations, data for solar system bodies and bright stars, and definitions of related terms. The user can also calculate the altitude and azimuth of the sun or the moon during one day, can access the Multi-Year Interactive Computer Almanac (MICA), which includes positions, rise/set/transit, physical ephemerides, sidereal time and Julian dates. Also available is information on the Earth's seasons, including equinoxes, solstices, perihelion, and aphelion 1992-2005, and information on occultations of stars by asteroids.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16;17	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on these pages is considered public information and may be distributed or copied in a reasonable manner. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credits is required.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of Alaska Fairbanks, Geophysical Institute	webweaver@gi.alaska.edu	903 Koyukuk Dr., P.O. Box 757320	Fairbanks	AK	99775-7320			907-474-7290	
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Title: Snow, Ice and Permafrost Group at the Geophysical Institute of the University of Alaska, Fairbanks.	Keywords: Climatology,Cryology	Description: The Snow, Ice, and Permafrost research group 's interest is in developing a better understanding of the properties of snow, ice and permafrost, of the processes occurring within them, and of the role they play in the polar and sub polar environments. The main resouce of the page is a link to the research projects. The projects fall under the catories of glaciology, permafrost, sea ice, and snow. Much of the research involves field investigations in Alaska, with some work carried out in Greenland and Antarctica. Some of the research is performed with the Alaska Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Facility in the Geophysical Institute.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.gi.alaska.edu/snowice/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				NOAA/NESDIS Office of Systems Development	osei@ssdnotes.wwb.noaa.gov	E/OSD, 5200 Auth Road	Suitland	MD	20746-4304		301-457-5722	301-420-0932	
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Title: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminstration's Operational Significant Event Imagery	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Natural hazards	Description: This web page provides high-resolution, detailed imagery of significant environmental events. Links are available to images on the following subjects: current events, dust storms, fires, floods, icebergs, ocean, severe weather, snow cover, storms, tropical cyclones, hurricanes and typhoons, unique imagery, and volcanoes. Links are also included to the Satellite Services Division, Total Ozone Mapping and Spectrometer Aerosol and SO2 Index Imagery, historical significant events imagery, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Environmental Visualization Program.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.osei.noaa.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information is unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Ahmed	Seye				aom@giss.nasa.gov								
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Title: Atmosphere-Ocean Model	Keywords: Atmospheric science	Description: The Atmosphere-Ocean Model is a computer program that simulates the Earth's climate in three dimensions on a gridded domain. The model requires that the user enter two kinds of input, specified parameters and prognostic variables, and will generate two kinds of output, climatic diagnostics and prognostic variables.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://aom.giss.nasa.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16;17	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				DiscoverySchool.com	feedback@discoveryschool.com								
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Title: Tracking Earthquakes (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Geology,Geophysics	Description: This web site from DiscoverySchool.com provides a lesson plan for teachers on plate tectonics. Created for students in grades 6-12, it allows individuals to interactively learn about plate tectonics via web sites and in-class activities. The site is broken down into sections to help with the formulation of the lesson plan. These include: objectives, materials, procedures, adaptations, discussion questions, evaluation, extensions, and academic standards. The links included to aid with the lesson show how plate tectonics works, complete with graphics and visualizations. It also has a link to the United States Geological Survey web site which shows how to triangulate actual earthquakes around the world.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://school.discovery.com/lessonplans/activities/trackingearthquakes/index.html
Learning Context: 7;8;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: ©Copyright 2001, Discovery.com
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Dan	Vietor			Unisys	devo@ks.unisys.com						800-874-8647		
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Title: Unisys Weather	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology	Description: This web site provides a complete source of graphical weather information. It is intended to satisfy the needs of the weather professional but can be a tool for the casual user as well. The graphics and data are displayed as a meteorologist would expect to see. For the novice user, there are detailed explanationsto guide one through the various plots, charts and images. The data on this site are provided from the National Weather Service via the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration PORT satellite data service. Available weather maps include: visible satellite image, Enh IR satellite image, satellite surface map, United States radar summary, Eta model forecast, Medium Range Forecast 10 day forecast, and the Rapid Update Cycle model. Also available are links to hurricane data and an archive of images.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://weather.unisys.com/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16;17	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information on the Unisys World Wide Web server is Copyright ©1994-2001 Unisys. All rights reserved. Authorization is hereby provided to you to copy documents published by Unisys Corporation on the World Wide Web provided such copies are used for non-commercial purposes and solely for use within your organization. This authorization is specifically conditioned upon including all legends, copyright, proprietary and other notices which appear herein on all copies you make of such documents whether they pertain to Unisys Corporation or another party. No license is granted herein expressly, impliedly, by estoppel or otherwise under any patent or to use any trademark of Unisys Corporation or of any other party. No other rights under any copyrights of Unisys Corporation or any another party are granted herein, except as expressly stated above.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Alec	Bodzin	M.	Dr	Lehigh University	amb4@lehigh.edu	Department of Education and Human Services	Bethlehem	PA	18015		610-758-5095		
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Title: Carolina Coastal Science	Keywords: Environmental science,Geology,Human geography,Hydrology,Physical oceanography,Technology	Description: The Carolina Coastal Science Web site is an innovative, inquiry-based science resource that utilizes the interactive technologies of a Web browser to explore science in coastal Carolina. Teachers and students can use this web site independently or as a class using a number of different teaching strategies, such as, open-ended inquiries, guided inquiries, independent research, and cooperative group learning. The explorations consist of the Carolina Coast's barrier islands, inlets, coastal processes, and coastal issues. The site includes an educator's guide and photojournal.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ncsu.edu/coast/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The contents of the Carolina Coastal Science Web site are intended for educational, personal, and noncommercial use of its users. All materials published on Carolina Coastal Science (including, but not limited to, textual content, photographs, images, illustrations, and video clips, also known as "The Content") are protected by copyright and owned or controlled by the party credited as the provider of the content, or other materials. Carolina Coastal Science is protected by copyright as a collective work and/or compilation, pursuant to U.S. copyright laws, international conventions and other copyright laws. The user may not modify, publish, transmit, participate in the transfer or sale of, reproduce, create derivative works from, distribute, perform, display or in any way exploit any of the Content and materials in whole or in part.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Hawaiian Volcano Observatory									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	hvowebmaster@hvo.usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): J.	Griggs	D.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): T.	Mattox												
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): J.	Johnson												
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): C.	Heliker												
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): L.	Kezthelyi												
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Title: When Lava Enters the Sea: Growth & Collapse of Lava Deltas	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This web page uses photographs and illustrations of Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii, to illustrate the typical growth and collapse of lava deltas, fan-shaped platforms formed when pahoehoe lava enters the ocean for extended periods of time. The page also discusses the hazards associated with active lava deltas.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://hvo.wr.usgs.gov/hazards/oceanentry/deltacollapse/main.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Volcano Hazards Program			Menlo Park	CA					
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	vhpweb@volcanoes.usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): J.	Vigil												
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): L.	Faust												
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): D.	Mullineaux	R.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): S.	Brantley	R.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): P.	Pringle												
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Title: Landslides at Mount Rainier Volcano, Washington	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This web page presents a brief history of lahars in the valleys draining Mount Rainier, Washington State over the past 10,000 years. It includes 3 photographs, a series of sketches illustrating a mudslide, and a simplified map of the Osceola ( about 5,600 years ago) and Electron ( about 500 years ago) lahar deposits in the White and Puyallup river valleys. Links are given to additional hazards information.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/Hazards/What/Landslides/RainierSlides.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Volcano Hazards Program			Menlo Park	CA		http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/index.html			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey, Volcano Hazards Program	vhpweb@volcanoes.usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): K.	Scott	M.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): J.	Macias	L.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): F.	Cruz												
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Title: Intense Rainfall During Hurricane Mitch Triggers Deadly Landslide and Lahar at Casita Volcano, Nicaragua, on October 30, 1998	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: This web site illustrates and describes damage from a tragic lahar triggered by rainfall on Casita Volcano, an inactive cone of San Cristobal Volcano, northwestern Nicaragua. When the side of Casita Volcano collapsed on October 30, 1998, more than 2,000 people were killed within minutes as a large lahar swept over the towns of El Porvenir and Rolando Rodriguez. Links are also available to a photoglossary of volcanoes, a site on volcano observatories, a site describing current United States volcanic activity, and sites explaining volcano hazards, including gas, lahars, landslides and tephra.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/Hazards/What/Lahars/CasitaLahar.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Cheryl	Demers		Ms	National Data Buoy Center	webmaster@ndbc.noaa.gov	Building 1100	Stennis Space Center	MS	39529				
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Title: National Data Buoy Center	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Physical oceanography	Description: The National Data Buoy Center maintains a current database of meteorological and hydrological data, historical data, and written information generated by the National Weather Service or received from other official sources. This site makes available in real time a selection of current official weather observations, forecasts and warnings from the Coastal-Marine Automated Network (C-MAN) stations and moored buoys. C-MAN stations have been installed on lighthouses, at capes and beaches, on near shore islands, and on offshore platforms. C-MAN station data typically include barometric pressure, wind direction, speed and gust, and air temperature; however, some C-MAN stations are designed to also measure sea water temperature, water level, waves, relative humidity, precipitation, and visibility. The National Data Buoy Center's moored buoys measure and transmit barometric pressure; wind direction, speed, and gust; air and sea temperature; and wave energy spectra from which significant wave height, dominant wave period, and average wave period are derived. Even the direction of wave propagation is measured on many moored buoys. The site also includes lessons about weather and oceanographic phenomena such as sea breezes, the causes of ocean surface waves, tides, and hurricanes. Explanations include data from buoys or C-MAN stations and graphics.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/index.shtml
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The information on government servers are in the public domain, unless specifically annotated otherwise, and may be used freely by the public. Before using information obtained from this server, special attention should be given to the date & time of the data and products being displayed. This information shall not be modified in content and then presented as official government material. As required by 17 U.S.C. 403, third parties producing copyrighted works consisting predominantly of the material appearing in NWS Web pages must provide notice with such work(s) identifying the NWS material incorporated and stating that such material is not subject to copyright protection.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Greg	Bothun		Dr	University of Oregon, The Electronic Universe	nuts@bigmoo.uoregon.edu					http://zebu.uoregon.edu/			
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Title: Energy from the Earth	Keywords: Geophysics,Geochemistry	Description: This web page provides a brief introduction to geothermal energy. It describes the different ways that heat energy from within the Earth is harnessed for human energy needs. It discusses the non-renewable nature of geothermal energy, the categories of geothermal resources, and the efficiency of geothermal resources.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://zebu.uoregon.edu/ph162/l18.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Dean	Pentcheff			University of South Carolina, Department of Biological Sciences	dean2@biol.sc.edu		Columbia	SC	29208		803-777-4141	803-777-4002	
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Title: WWW Tide and Current Predictor	Keywords: Physical oceanography	Description: This web page is a tide and current predictor provided by Dean Pentcheff from the University of South Carolina. The site allows you to select a region, choose the location, and then prepare a customized table of tidal height and/or current speed and direction.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://tbone.biol.sc.edu/tide/sitesel.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: This site is provided as a public service. You are free to link to the site.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Ringmaster	waterweb@webring.org			WaterWeb	webmaster@ces.fau.edu								
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Title: WaterWeb	Keywords: Biology,Chemistry,Ecology,Environmental science,Geology,Human geography,Hydrology,Technology	Description: The WaterWeb consortium has been created to promote the sharing of information concerning water and the earth's environment. This organization seeks to create a global community, bringing together educational, governmental, nonprofit, and commercial entities interested in water research, conservation, and management. WaterWeb's goals are to advance water related issues, promote the use of quality information, and share information with water use stakeholders and decision makers. The organization has a global focus with initial participants from North, Central and South America and Europe. The consortium invites all sites seeking to share useful, quality information on water and the environment to join the WaterWeb ring. The Web Ring mechanism allows sites with similar content to link together making it easier for users to find pertinent information.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.waterweb.org/
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology - IRIS	webmaster@iris.washington.edu	1200 New York Ave. NW, Suite 800	Washington	DC	20005	http://www.iris.edu/	202-682-2220		
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Title: Seismic Monitor	Keywords: Structural geology,Natural hazards	Description: This web site provides an interactive map of global seismic activity that is updated every 30 minutes. The site uses data from the National Earthquake Information Center to produce a world map with clickable areas of seismic activity. Users can click on geographical areas of the map, and will be taken to a table which describes the time, location, magnitude and comments about particular seismic events. Information is kept for earthquakes that have occurred in the last 24 hours, 15 days, and five years. For earthquakes of a magnitude of 6.0 and over, links are provided to special information pages that try to explain the where, how and why that particular event occurred. The user can also view the ground motion associated with an event and visit seismology laboratories around the world.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.iris.washington.edu/seismic/60_2040_1_8.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): C.J.L.	Wilson			School of Earth Sciences	cjlw@myriad.its.unimelb.edu.au	The University of Melbourne	Victoria, Australia		3010		61-3-8344 6538	61-3-8344 7761	
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Title: Flow in Polycrystalline Ice	Keywords: Cryology,Geology,Geophysics,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This is a virtual journal article about polycrystalline ice. It focuses on plastic deformation, specific flow characteristics and crystallographic preferred orientations associated with polycrystalline ice within glaciers. Part I covers Polycrystalline aggregates deformed in pure-shear; Dynamic recrystallisation; Grain shape and preferred orientation change; Fabric; Evolution of glacial ice during deformation. Part II covers: Time lapse photography; Glaciers; Dislocations; Bernal-Fowler rule; Generation of defect structures; Crystal structure; Ice; Basal glide; Strain rate for glide on basal systems; Critical resolved shear stress; Non-basal glide; Diffusional flow; Plastic deformation; Primary creep; Secondary creep; Tertiary creep; Deformation maps; Grain growth; Grain size reduction; Anisotropic flow law for ice.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://virtualexplorer.com.au/VEjournal/Volume2/www/contribs/wilson/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Pat	Lockridge			National Geophysical Data Center - NOAS	pal@ngdc.noaa.gov								
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Title: Tsunami Database	Keywords: Natural hazards	Description: The Tsunami Database is a global digital database containing information on more than 2000 tsunamis maintained by the National Geophysical Data Center. This is an interactive site; the user is asked to enter search parameters such as date, latitude and longitude, cause of the tsunami - earthquake, landslide, volcano, or all combined - magnitude, and death. Information is then generated on tsunamis that match that data. The National Geophysical Data Center also maintains an historic slide set collection of tsunami damage.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/seg/hazard/tsudb.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Andrew	Pilant	N.		Michigan Technological University	anpilant@mtu.edu	Physics Building, 124D Fisher	Houghton	MI	49931		906-487-2083		
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Title: Drew Pilant Home Page	Keywords: Cryology,Environmental science,Geology,Hydrology,Physical geography,Technology	Description: This is the homepage of Drew Pilant, a founding and active member of the multidisciplinary (8 academic departments) Michigan Tech Remote Sensing and Environmental Monitoring Institute. His research activities focus on the application of remote sensing to earth observation with moderate to high spatial resolution satellite and airborne imagery. His work falls into two principle domains: computer processing (digital image processing, algorithm development) and field observations (ground truth). Users of this resource will find informative pages and links to research projects of which Pliant is currently involved: Synthetic Aperture Radar Studies of Great Lakes ice, Hyperspectral Remote Sensing, Great Lakes Studies, Fieldwork Images, and SAR Image Gallery.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geo.mtu.edu/~anpilant/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information is unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Houghton Mifflin Company, School Division, Education Place	eduwebmaster@hmco.com	222 Berkeley Street	Boston	MA	02116				
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Title: Education Place; Outline Maps	Keywords: Physical geography	Description: This page from Education Place's Social Studies Center lists a selection of outline maps for use in the classroom or at home. Sample maps include Africa: Political; Africa: Political and Physical; California's Regions; Colonial America, 1776; Eastern Hemisphere; Southern Asia: Political; United States: Postal Abbreviations; United States: Climate; The United States in 1860. It contains also five maps with different views of the world.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.eduplace.com/ss/ssmaps/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: By using the Web pages hosted by Houghton Mifflin Company and/or its various divisions and subsidiaries (collectively referred to as "HMCo"), you agree to the following terms and conditions: The materials posted on these pages by HMCo may be retrieved solely for your own personal use and may be downloaded to your own hard disk or sent to a printer solely for that purpose. You may not otherwise copy, modify or distribute the contents of these pages without the express permission of HMCo. While using these pages, you may not post, transmit, or otherwise distribute any material that may be unlawful, obscene, defamatory, threatening, infringing on any copyright or other rights of others, or damaging to software or hardware.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				WaterWiser	bewiser@waterwiser.org	6666 West Quincy Avenue	Denver	CO	80235		800-559-9855	303-794-6303	
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Title: WaterWiser: The Water Efficiency Clearinghouse	Keywords: Hydrology,Technology	Description: The American Water Works Association's (AWWA) WaterWiser site offers the most current, applicable water conservation and efficiency materials available. Serving as a clearinghouse on water conservation and efficiency information, WaterWiser supports the water profession's commitment to providing a safe and plentiful supply of drinking water, and upholds the American Water Works Association’s dedication to providing the best technical information possible on important drinking water issues. While most products advertised by WaterWiser are for cost, online tutorials, video clips, and fact guides accompany the many water conservation focus topics. There is even a drip calculator for residents, which calculates how much water is wasted daily, monthly, and yearly. A links page provides a comprehensive list of organizations dealing with water issues. There is also a link to information on books dealing with water issues.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.waterwiser.org/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 2001 American Water Works Association.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Charles	Keeling	D.		University of California, Scripps Institution of Oceanography			La Jolla	CA	92093				
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Tim	Whorf	P.		University of California, Scripps Institution of Oceanography			La Jolla	CA	92093				
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center (CDIAC)	CDIAC@ORNL.GOV	P.O. Box 2008 MS 6335	Oak Ridge	TN	37831-6335	http://cdiac.esd.ornl.gov/	865-574-3645	865-574-0390	
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Title: Mauna Loa, Hawaii: Carbon Dioxide Concentration (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology,Environmental science,Forestry	Description: This resource displays a graph of monthly carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations in ppmv (part per million by volume) versus time in years (1958 to 2000) at Mauna Loa Observatory, Hawaii. This is a classic Earth science figure that illustrates the "breathing of the planet." The overall upward trend in CO2 concentrations since the 1950's is shown. The yearly cycle of C02 is shown in the yearly increases and decreases of C02. One knows when the Northern Hemispheric forests have leaves and are "greening up".
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://cdiac.esd.ornl.gov/ftp/ndp001/figure/mlo.gif
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Documents were sponsored by a contractor of the U.S. Government under contract DE-AC05-00OR22725. Accordingly, the U.S. Government retains a nonexclusive, royalty-free license to publish or reproduce these documents, or to allow others to do so, for U.S. Government purposes. These documents may be freely distributed and used for non-commercial, scientific and educational purposes.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Elliott	Spiker			United States Geological Survey	http://geochange.er.usgs.gov/cgi-bin/usgsmail?name=Elliott%20Spiker&to=espiker	906 National Center	Reston	VA	20192				
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Title: Earth Surface Dynamics	Keywords: Climatology,Environmental science	Description: This is the web page for Earth Surface Dynamics (ESD), part of the United States Geological Survey’s Global Change Research Program. Earth Surface Dynamics provides ground-based field and laboratory studies that concentrate on characterizing and understanding past and present natural variability of Earth's climate and environment. Earth Surface Dynamics also seeks to achieve a better understanding of processes at the Earth's surface that affect or are affected by climate change, with specific emphasis on the carbon cycle. The program is organized into three broad elements of related research efforts: climate history, monitoring and processes, and modeling and forecasting. Links are included to fact sheets, current research, and available data sets.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://geochange.er.usgs.gov/esd/
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Anantha	Prasad	M.G.	Mr	United States Department of Agriculture, United States Forest Service	aprasad@fs.fed.us	359 Main Rd.	Delaware	OH	43015	http://www.fs.fed.us/ne/delaware/4153/prasad_resume.html	740-368-0103	740-368-0152	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Louis	Iverson	R.		United States Department of Agriculture, United States Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station		359 Main Road	Delaware	OH	43066	http://www.fs.fed.us/ne/delaware/4153/louis_res.html	740-368-0097	740-368-0152	
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Title: A Climate Change Atlas For 80 Forest Tree Species Of The Eastern United States	Keywords: Climatology,Ecology,Environmental science,Forestry	Description: This is a tree species distribution atlas. It contains information for 80 species in the eastern half of the United States (east of the 100th meridian). The site contains distribution maps and tables for different climate change scenarios, life-history and disturbance attributes, ecological attributes, forest type maps, sorted lists of species importance values (by state and county) for different climate change scenarios, and more.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.fs.fed.us/ne/delaware/atlas/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The information on this page is in the public domain. The proper citation for this resource is: Prasad, A. M. and L. R. Iverson. 1999-ongoing. A Climate Change Atlas for 80 Forest Tree Species of the Eastern United States [database]. http://www.fs.fed.us/ne/delaware/atlas/index.html, Northeastern Research Station, USDA Forest Service, Delaware, Ohio.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): P.	Plummer		Dr	California State University, Sacremento	PlummerCC@csus.edu	6000 J Street	Sacramento	CA	95819				
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Title: Optical Crystallography & Mineralogy	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This is the web page for the spring 1999 course, Optical Crystallography & Mineralogy at California State University, Sacramento. It offers access to an optical mineralogy site at Brock University, Canada, interference figures, basics of optical mineralogy, thin sections of rocks, and a page displaying illustrations for optical mineralogy. Also included is a plagioclase a-normal photo/diagram.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/p/plummerc/g106.htm
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Bob	Laural			NASA Goddard Space Flight Center	bob@laural.gsfc.nasa.gov	The West Antarctic Ice Sheet Initiative	Greenbelt	MD	20771		301-286-2000		
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Title: The West Antarctic Ice Sheet Initiative	Keywords: Climatology,Cryology,Geology,Physical oceanography	Description: The West Antarctic Ice Sheet Initiative is a multidisciplinary study of rapid climate change and future sea level. The WAIS home page is designed for both the general public and for scientists who are either interested in the program or who are actual participants in research on the ice sheet. For those who would like to read a general discussion of the various topics involved in this important research program, take a look at the WAIS Illustrated Summary. For more in-depth information, the Science and Implementation Plan also appears on this page. The various chapters in the Science and Implementation Plan appear below. For a more detailed way of navigating the document, complete with research questions that are being addressed, go to the Table of Contents and search for a topic of interest. The WAIS home page also includes research notes transmitted during investigations on the ice sheet, summaries of research publications produced by participating scientists, and links to other important polar programs and educational sites with information about Antarctic.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://igloo.gsfc.nasa.gov/wais/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information is unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Atmospheric Sciences	ww2010@atmos.uiuc.edu	105 S. Gregory Street	Urbana	IL	61801	http://www.atmos.uiuc.edu/dept/main.php	217-333-2046	217-244-4393	
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Title: Current Weather (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Climatology,Atmospheric science	Description: This is the web page for Weather World 2010 at the Department of Atmospheric Sciences (DAS) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. There are numerous weather products available on this page, the main resource being weather maps. Each weather product is linked to explanatory helper sections that are useful not only for interpreting the images, but also for understanding important topics in meteorology. The products are currently categorized into four sections. The Surface Weather section contains current surface weather information such as temperature maps, sea level pressure, station observations, and specialized analysis pair images, as well as daily charts like precipitation and maximum/minimum temperatures. The Satellite Weather section contains the satellite database, allowing for all different viewing options and imaging channels. The Radar Weather section is available to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Campus only, and contains local, regional, and national Doppler radar images including reflectivity, velocity, and storm total precipitation. The User's Guide section contains help for the weather products.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://ww2010.atmos.uiuc.edu/(Gh)/wx/home.rxml
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Content of this server are Copyright © 1997 by the University of Illinois Board of Trustees (except in the the case of photos and other resources which are specifically identified and where copyright is wholly retained by the owner.). Permission is granted to individual teachers to print out, copy and distribute the pages herein to their students for educational purposes. Please contact the copyright owners directly for any situation involving the use of images outside of the web server and this CD-ROM. Non-commercial use must be accompanied by appropriate credit visible with respect to the used item. "Image/Text/Data from the University of Illinois WW2010 Project." Web utilizations should, if possible, provide a link to our server nearby. Commercial use and any type of rebroadcast or redistribution of text, images, videos and audios found on this server is expressly prohibited without first obtaining the consent of the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Charles	Langmuir	D		Columbia University, LDEO	langmuir@ldeo.columbia.edu	Palisades	New York	NY	10964	http://petdb.ldeo.columbia.edu/petdb/people/langmuir.htm	914-365-8657		
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Title: Ridge PETDB: Petrological Database of the Ocean Floor	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web page provides an interactive petrological database of the ocean floor. The ultimate goal is to provide a robust, complete reference data library for the petrology and whole earth science communities. Users enter search parameters such as geographical name, latitude, longitude, elevation, tectonic setting, expedition name and chemistry, and receive information on the petrological condition of that area. Data received included the rock type, alteration, sampling technique, tectonic setting, and location.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://petdb.ldeo.columbia.edu/petdb/home.htm
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Tracey	Serpi			University of Maryland Baltimore County, Department of Geography	tbenja1@strabo.umbc.edu	1000 Hilltop Circle	Baltimore	MD	21250				
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): John	Jensen	R.		University of South Carolina, Department of Geography , Remote Sensing Lab	jrjensen@sc.edu		Columbia	SC	29208		803-777-5234	803-777-4972	
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Title: The Remote Sensing Core Curriculum (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Technology	Description: This web site provides the resources to support the remote sensing educational experience at national and international collegiate institutions. The Remote Sensing Core Curriculum is a collection of quality resource materials available via the Internet. In addition to numerous links to remote sensing material, the site provides five educational remote sensing volumes. The educational volumes are: Volume 1, Introduction to Photo Interpretation and Photogrammetry; Volume 2, Overview of Remote Sensing of the Environment; Volume 3, Introductory Digital Image Processing; Volume 4, Applications in Remote Sensing; and Volume 5, K-12 Education.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.research.umbc.edu/~tbenja1/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Reinhold	Leinfelder		Dr	Institut, Staatssammlung und Museum für Paläontologie und Historische Geologie	r.leinfelder@lrz.uni-muenchen.de	Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Richard-Wagner-Str. 10	München, Germany		D-80333	http://www.palaeo.de/edu/JRP/index.html		49-89-5203363	
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Title: Jurassic Reef Park	Keywords: Biology,Environmental science,Geology,Paleontology	Description: This is a bilingual, educational website from Munich, Germany. The main feature is a virtual field trip to the reefs of the Jurassic period. Besides a view of the Jurassic reefs, their builders, and their ecological settings, there is also an emphasis on the importance of modern reefs as indicators of the state-of-health of the globe and evidence of how some changes in the composition of reefs may represent the forerunners of catastrophic, regional or global, environmental change.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.palaeo.de/edu/JRP/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © Reinhold Leinfelder
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Environmental Protection Agency	internet.support@epamail.epa.gov	26 Martin Luther King Drive	Cincinnati	OH	45268		513-569-7948	513-569-7191	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Staff				Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water		Ariel Rios Building, 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW	Washington	DC	20460-0003		800-426-4791	202-260-4656	
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Title: Ground Water And Drinking Water	Keywords: Environmental science,Geochemistry,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: This is the official website for the Office of Groundwater and Safe Drinking Water (OGWDW) at the Environmental Protection Aagency (EPA). The OGWDW works to ensure safe drinking water and to protect the quality of our nation's drinking water supply. This mission is accomplished using five guiding principles: prevention, risk-based priority setting for new and existing regulations, public and private partnerships, flexibility and effectiveness in implementation while maintaining a national public health baseline, accountability of all parties through public participation and accessible information, and clear documentation and presentation of results. This site is a major clearinghouse for safe water guidelines, programs, data, publications, and news relevant to the OGWDW's operations.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.epa.gov/safewater/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U. S. Geological Survey, Volcano Hazards Program		345 Middlefield Road	Menlo Park	CA	94025		650-853-8300		
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Title: Tephra: Volcanic Rock and Glass Fragments	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: Tephra is defined and examples of the various types of tephra including volcanic ash and pumice are provided. The distribution and effects of ash falls are described with links to case histories for Mount Pinatubo and Mount St. Helens.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/Hazards/What/Tephra/tephra.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Richard	Gibson	I	Dr	Gibson Consulting	rigibson@earthlink.net	633 South Boulder	Cardwell	MT	59721	http://www.gravmag.com/index.html			
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Title: Primer on Gravity and Magnetics	Keywords: Geophysics	Description: This web page explains the goals and benefits of studying gravity and magnetic data to understand subsurface geology of the Earth. It discusses uses of gravity and magnetic measurements in providing information about the density of rocks, and explains how these measurements are useful in exploration for oil and gas and mineral deposits. The page uses gravity and magnetic maps and as well as figures to illustrate some of the concepts of interpretation, such as amplitude, frequency and anomalies.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.gravmag.com/gmprimr.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: ©2000 Richard I. Gibson
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Thure	Cerling			University of Utah, Department of Geology and Geophysics	tcerling@mines.utah.edu	135 South 1460 East Rm. 209	Salt Lake City	UT	84112-0112				
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Title: Phase Diagram for Water (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Chemistry	Description: Graph of the phases for water according to two variables --temperature and pressure.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.mines.utah.edu/~tcerling/gg330/H2O_phases.JPG
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Paul	Stoddard			Northern Illinois University, Department of Geology	prs@geol.niu.edu		DeKalb	IL	60115	http://jove.geol.niu.edu/faculty/stoddard/			
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Title: The Animated Virtual Planetarium	Keywords: Space science	Description: This website is a planetarium with simulations intended to predict planetary motions. It is designed to be used in the classroom, or in the lab by students. It demonstrates the following simulations: Mercury/sun; The 'visible' Solar System; World Horizon; Earth/Moon System; Ptolemy/Tycho/Copernicus Solar System Models; Jovian System. This is an ongoing process, so pages are added and modified continuously.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://jove.geol.niu.edu/faculty/stoddard/planetarium.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Bernie	Dodge			San Diego State University, Department of Educational Technology	bdodge@mail.sdsu.edu		San Diego	CA			619-594-7401		
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Title: Active Learning on the Web	Keywords: Educational theory and practice	Description: Active learning involves putting students in situations that compel them to read, speak, listen, think deeply, and write. Active learning puts the responsibility of organizing what is to be learned in the hands of the learners themselves, and ideally lends itself to a more diverse range of learning styles. This website explains the concept of Active Learning on the Web. It contains tools, resources and links that can make this concept possible. It demonstrates a few examples of Active Learning on the Web, but it seems the page is under construction because many of the links are still inactive.
Publication 7-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://edweb.sdsu.edu/people/bdodge/Active/ActiveLearning.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Museum of Science			Boston	MA					
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Title: Scanning Electron Microscope - SEM	Keywords: Chemistry,Mineralogy or petrology,Physics	Description: This website is from Boston Museum of Science and is an introduction to Scanning Electron Micrscope (SEM). It contains an image gallery of insects, plants and other items as seen with an SEM. A slide show and a movie explains how the microsope works. Teacher resources offer guidance on building your own microscope and setting up a lab, including wet mounts and staining cells. Information on how the Museum uses the scope, and additional electronic resources, completes the site.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.mos.org/sln/sem/intro.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1996 Museum of Science, Boston
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Water Environment Federation	csc@wef.org	601 Wythe Street	Alexandria	VA	22314-1994		703-684-2400		
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Title: Water Environment Federation	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: This is the home site for the Water Environment Federation, WEF. WEF is an international not-for-profit educational and technical organization of more than 40,000 water quality experts. Its mission is to preserve and enhance the global water environment. This site is immense, with information for resource users ranging from the technical expert to elementary students. It offers technical discussion groups, training information and self-test activities for wastewater operations professionals, information on conferences and workshops, careers and opportunities, an on-line bookstore, and government affairs updates. A section for students has pdf files of hands-on K-12 activites from the Water Sourcebook, a book designed for use by teachers, non-formal educators, and water quality professionals, The Water Sourcebook series covers today's most important water environment topics. Spanish curriculum materials are also available.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.wef.org/index.jhtml
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The text, logos and images on this site are protected under the Trademark and Copyright laws of the United States, as well as other countries. Any downloading, reproduction or further distribution of any original material appearing on this Web site without prior written permission of WEF is strictly prohibited. Requests to reprint WEF published material should be in written form and should specifically state the item(s) to be reprinted, the purpose, and distribution of the reprints.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Madeleine	Zirbes			United States Geological Survey, National Earthquake Information Center	zirbes@usgs.gov	Box 25046, DFC, MS 967	Denver	CO	80225		303 273 8500	303 273 8450	
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Title: National Earthquake Information Center World Data Center for Seismology	Keywords: Natural hazards,Geophysics	Description: This is a very extensive site about earthquakes. It is the USGS (United States Geological Survey) National Earthquake Information site. The site provides access to near real time earthquake data from around the world, as well as data for recent earthquakes (last 3 weeks). The site can also be searched for information on specific earthquakes by time or location. There is a General Earthquake Information section with extensive earthquake education materials as well as information on seismicity, earthquake magnitude, preparedness, predictions, and locations.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://neic.usgs.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law. You are welcome to make a link to any of the Web pages USGS has published on the Internet. There is no need to request permission. Use of the USGS visual identifier (logo) is restricted to official publications. We will identify material we use from sources outside of USGS, and request others do the same when using information published by USGS. Credit can be provided by including on the page (or via a link to a credits page) a citation such as: Credit: U. S. Geological Survey U. S. Geological Survey/photo by Jane Doe (if the artist is known) USGS/Ft. Collins, CO (if originating office but not the artist is known).
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Alan	Howard	D.		University of Virginia	ah6p@virginia.edu	Department of Environmental Sciences	Charlottesville	VA	22903	http://erode.evsc.virginia.edu/	804-923-0563	804-982-2137	
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Title: Geomorphology Home Page, University of Virginia	Keywords: Space science,Geology,Hydrology	Description: The focus of this site is fluvial geomorphology. It offers information on modelling and simulations of drainage basins, floodplain and stream meandering, and landform evolution on Mars. A series of slideshows by the author are available, organized regionally: California Coast Ranges, Desert Southwest, Western U.S. and Alaska, Colorado Plateau, Midwest and Great Plains. Eastern US, Tropical Paradises, and Europe.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://erode.evsc.virginia.edu/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Karen	Traicoff			Jet Propulsion Laboratory	ktraicoff@mail.arc.nasa.gov	California Institute of Technology, NASA	Pasadena	CA	91109	http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/MPF/default.html	818-354-5011		
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Title: Mars Pathfinder, Science Results, Geology and Geomorphology	Keywords: Space science,Geology	Description: This NASA-hosted site is a section of the Mars Pathfinder Science Results Directory with a specific emphasis on the geologic and geomorphic characteristics observed. Many photos and satellite images are available, with the option to view and download full size images. Scientific theories are offered as to the probable geomorphic agents sculpting Mars' surface.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/MPF/science/geology.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: All information on this website, including text and images describing the Mars Pathfinder mission, is copyright © 1997, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology and National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The U.S. Government retains a nonexclusive, royalty-free license to publish or reproduce these documents, or allow others to do so, for U.S. Government purposes. These documents may be freely distributed and used for non-commercial, scientific and educational purposes.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Alissa	Saltzman			Needham Public Schools	http://www.needham.k12.ma.us/	1330 Highland Avenue	Needham	MA	02492	http://www.needham.k12.ma.us/high_school/cur/Envir98_99/p1/ARS_P1/ars_p1/BEACHE~1.HTM	781-455-0400	781-455-0417	
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Title: Beach Erosion	Keywords: Geology,Physical geography,Physical oceanography	Description: This site is a brief guide to coastal erosion. Topics include: What are beaches; What causes beach erosion; Effect of water levels and seasonal storms; Effects of earthquakes and tides; and Coastline protection. Photographs are provided for each topic. A visual diagram of seasonal wave action is present, along with a bibliography.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.needham.k12.ma.us/high_school/cur/Envir98_99/p1/ARS_P1/ars_p1/BEACHE~1.HTM
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Unknown, this site is part of the Needham Public Schools webnet.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Janet	Graff	P.		Caddo Middle Magnet Scool, 8th grade		211 Winged Foot Dr.	Shreveport	LA	71106				
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Title: Louisiana Coastal Erosion and Beach Erosion Investigation	Keywords: Geology,Physical geography,Physical oceanography	Description: This site provides a middle school acticity on Louisiana's coastal erosion problem. It was designed by a teacher and submitted to the Louisiana Energy and Environmental Resource and Information Center (LEERIC). The purpose of this investigation is to determine the effects of gentle and strong waves on beach erosion. It has been very effective in introducing the topic of beach erosion and serving as a springboard for the development of exercises related to coastal loss.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.leeric.lsu.edu/educat/lesson1.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Jack	Morelock			University of Puerto Rico	morelock@coqui.net	Department of Marine Sciences	Mayaguez		00680				Puerto Rico
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Title: Coastal Geomorphology	Keywords: Geology,Physical geography,Physical oceanography	Description: This on-line course integrates short and long-term factors into an understanding of why the world's coastlines are the way they are today. First, an overall view is presented, followed by a discussion of the individual environments that are part of today's coastlines (i.e., beaches, estuaries). The final focus is on the ever-changing coastal landscape, including natural changes and how man fits (or doesn't), as either a passive inhabitant or an active player trying to control his surroundings. Helpful photographs and visual diagrams are linked to key words throughout the discussion. Topics include:Morphology and Classification; Beach System; Mud Coastlines, Tidal Flats, and Marsh; Coastline of Puerto Rico; Man and the Coastal System; Coastal References;and Coastal Sites - a guide to field trips in the course.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://rmocfis.uprm.edu/~morelock/cstgeom.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 2000 by Jack Morelock.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Richard	Armstrong		Dr	National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC)		449 UCB, University of Colorado	Boulder	CO	80309-0449	nsidc@kryos.colorado.edu	303-492-6199	303-492-2468	
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Title: All About Glaciers	Keywords: Cryology	Description: This National Snow and Ice Data Center's site contains information for wide range of audiences from glaciologists to grade school students. Data and Science offers links to glacier research, projects, and glaciological organizations online. Another section offers glacier facts, questions and answers, a glossary, a photo gallery, bibliography and links to glacier information on the web. Recent global newsworthy events are chronicled, and a tutorial offering a quick tour through the life of a glacier is available.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://nsidc.org/glaciers/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): David	Neiman			PBS Online		1320 Braddock Place	Alexandria	VA	22314	http://www.pbs.org			
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Title: Glacier Maker	Keywords: Cryology,Geology,Physical geography	Description: This site contains hands-on activities that explore the structure of glaciers. Students identify the contents of a glacier like those found in Patagonia; construct a mini glacier model in class; and compare and contrast the classroom model with Patagonian glaciers. Topics included in this page are: Instructional objectives, background materials, activity, procedure, evaluation and web resources.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.pbs.org/edens/patagonia/tglacier.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;4;5;6	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1995-2001, PBS. The Living Edens is co-production of ABC/Kane Productions International, Inc. and BBC in association with Trebitsch Production International and PBS.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Newton's Apple		Public Television KTCA	Saint Paul and Minneapolis	MN		http://www.pbs.org/ktca/newtons/index.html	800-228-4630		
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Title: Drinking Water	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology,Mathematics	Description: This web site is hosted by the PBS television show, Newton's Apple. It is the interactive education guide for students and teachers, that accompanies the video "Drinking Water". Viewing of the video is optional for use of the resource. The focus of this lesson guide is on the components of natural waters and purification of water for human consumption. A brief overview of municipal water treatment is given, with links to a glossary of terms. Following the overview are resources for further information; a "recipe" for a student activity, which figures the energy involved in water filtration; and ideas for other classroom activities.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.pbs.org/ktca/newtons/14/drinkingwater13.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Educational materials developed with the National Science Teachers Association. NEWTON'S APPLE is a production of KTCA Saint Paul/Minneapolis. Made possible by a grant from 3M. Duplication for educational non-commercial use is encouraged.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States National Park Service									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Western Earth Surface Processes Team									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 					mmoreno@usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): S.	Jones	R.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): R.	Tabor			United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): 				United States Geological Survey									
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Title: Pacific Mountain System	Keywords: Physical geography,Structural geology	Description: This web page guides the user through the Pacific Mountain System geologic province, one of the most geologically young and tectonically active in North America. The generally rugged, mountainous landscape of this province, which includes parts of Washington, Oregon, and California, provides evidence of ongoing mountain-building. One map shows the plate tectonic setting of the Pacific Mountain System which straddles the boundaries between several of Earth's moving plates. This province includes the active volcanoes of the Cascade Range and the young, steep mountains of the Pacific Border and the Sierra Nevada. The user can find out more with links to USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory, Seattle region earthquake hazards, or North Cascades National Park geology. Links are provided to a simple shaded relief map and to several other shaded relief maps including ones with National Park locations and with major and subprovince boundaries. Image gallery links are given to several national parks sites: Lassen Volcanic National Park, Yosemite National Park, and North Cascades National Park.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://wrgis.wr.usgs.gov/parks/province/pacifmt.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Edwards Aquifer Research and Data Center		248 Freeman Building	San Marcos	TX	78666		512-245-2329	512-245-2669	
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Title: Edwards Aquifer Research and Data Center Navigation Menu	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: The Edwards Aquifer Research and Data Center (EARDC) provides a public service in the study, understanding and use of a very fragile natural resource, the Edwards Aquifer. The Aquifer is a unique, world-renowned karst aquifer, which is made up of porous, permeable limestone. It supplies water of exceptional quality to 1.5 million people in the San Antonio area and neighboring cities. Springs from the Aquifer feed the Comal and San Marcos Rivers, which provide base flow in the Guadalupe River system. The Aquifer and it's associated spring support the habitat for nine species that are listed as endangered or threatened by the federal government. EARDC takes an active role in water education issues and works daily with public schools as well as institutions of higher education. The Center provides laboratory analysis of 4,000 water samples a year to more than 100 customers. At this site data are available for a number of municipal and artesian wells and springs, as is drought data, groundwater level and bad water line monitoring data. Information on the site-based aquatic studies camps and field days for students and the public is also available.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.eardc.swt.edu/default.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Larry	Newitt		Mr	Geological Survey of Canada		#7 Observatory Crescent	Ottawa, Ontario Canada		K1A 0Y3		613-837-4241	613-824-9803	
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Title: Tracking the North Magnetic Pole	Keywords: Geology	Description: This website was created by the Canada Geological Survey. It provides basic information on the history of the discovery of the pole, and subsequent efforts to reach it. The diurnal motion of the pole is discussed, along with the 1994 North Magnetic Pole survey, and why monitoring its position and motion is of prime importance to Canadian cartography. A French version of the text is also provided.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geolab.nrcan.gc.ca/geomag/e_nmpole.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada,1999. All Rights Reserved. You may reproduce this publication in whole or in part provided that you acknowledge Natural Resources Canada as source for all copies. However, to obtain permission to reproduce in whole or in part for purposes of resale or redistribution, contact the authoring department. IIn case of discrepancy between the version of the document obtained through this system and the designated version, consider the offical version authoritative.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Diana	Bentley				dbentley@mail.sandi.net								
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Title: Is it Alive?: A WebQuest for High School Biology Students	Keywords: Biology	Description: This classroom biology project asks students to conduct research to determine whether an unknown substance found on Mars shows any of the same life characteristics as organisms on Earth. It is based on the WebQuest format, an inquiry-oriented activity in which most or all of the information used by learners is drawn from the Web. WebQuests are designed to use learners' time well, to focus on using information rather than looking for it, and to support learners' thinking at the levels of analysis, synthesis and evaluation.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://projects.edtech.sandi.net/miramesa/nasa/index.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Amherst College	pdcrowley@amherst.edu					http://www.amherst.edu/~geology/			
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Title: Definition of a Mineral	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: In response to suggestions from the mineralogical community that a new definition of a mineral, compatible with recent technological advances should be promulgated, the Commission on New Minerals and Mineral Names (CNMMN) has taken the initiative in producing the definition embodied in this paper. The paper is the end product of active discussion of the subject within the CNMMN over a period of several years, and represents a general consensus of the CNMMN membership. Discussed is a general introduction to the issue, and sections on crystallinity, stability under ambient conditions, extra-terrestrial substances, anthropogenic substances, geologically modified anthropogenic substances, and biogenic substances.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.amherst.edu/~geology/geo30/mindef.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;17	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Mimi	Fruhmann			Arizona Collaborative for Excellence in the Preparation of Teachers,	mfuhrman@imap3.asu.edu	CHiPR, Center for High Pressure Research.	Tempe	AZ					
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Title: Let's Make Diamonds	Keywords: Geology,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This activity is sponsored by ACEPT, Arizona Collaborative for Excellence in the Preparation of Teachers, and was developed in cooperation with CHiPR, Center for High Pressure Research. It has four objectives: to explore the differences between graphite and diamond, to investigate the conditions required for the formation of diamonds, to begin to understand how crystalline structure affects physical and chemical properties of a substance, and to gain some understanding of how materials change under varying conditions of temperature and pressure. It is divided into two parts: In the first part, students observe samples and crystalline models, and develop some possible explanations for their observations. In the second part, students use computer simulations to "synthesize" a diamond. Both parts are best done in small teams of 2-4 people.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www-glg.la.asu.edu/~glg_intro/diamonds/letsmake.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): John	Hernlund			Arizona State University, Department of Geology	hernlund@asu.edu		Tempe	AZ					
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Title: Virtual Copper Mine Tour	Keywords: Geology,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This site offers a glimpse into copper mining. A "virtual tour" is given via photographs of the Bagdad open pit copper mine in Western Arizona. Included is an introduction to Arizona and copper mining, where copper comes from - a look at the geology behind it -, how it is found, mining strategies, blasting and scooping, sulfide ore processing, and oxide ore processing.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www-glg.la.asu.edu/resources/virtual-trips/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Pierre	Perroud			Athena	Pierre.Perroud@terre.unige.ch								
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Title: Mineralogy Database	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This is a large database of minerals that can be sorted either alphabetically or arranged systematically. Users can access minerals by name, elements, sulfides, halides, oxides, carbonates, sulfates, phosphates, silicates, organic minerals, or by variety. Once located, the properties of the mineral are displayed, including it’s chemical formula, crystal system, and location. Users can also access photos of minerals.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://un2sg4.unige.ch/athena/mineral/mineral.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1986, 1994, 2000 ATHENA - Pierre Perroud. All Rights Reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Bill	Hames		Dr	Auburn University, Department of Geology	hameswe@mail.auburn.edu	210 Petrie Hall	Auburn	AL	36849				
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Title: Mineralogy	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This is the hoempage for a course on mineralogy at Auburn University. This course is designed as an introduction to the study of crystals, minerals, and assemblages of minerals (rocks). Specific goals of the course include familiarizing the student with the common, rock-forming minerals, how to identify samples of these minerals, and providing an understanding of important relationships among their physical properties, chemical composition, crystal structure, and geologic occurrence. The Course Calendar is a syllabus of topics for each day and corresponding lecture notes. A link to the Auburn University Virtual Mineral Collection contains photos of minerals, as well as a listing of mineral properties and major mineral groups. A listing of additional mineralogy web sites is also available.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.auburn.edu/~hameswe/minsyllabus.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Bob	Keller			Rockhounds	bob@rockhounds.com								
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Title: Introduction to Crystallography and Mineral Crystal Systems	Keywords: Chemistry,Mineralogy or petrology,Physics	Description: This illustrated, nine-part primer on crystallography and mineral crystal systems was developed by a professional geologist and long-time mineral collector. His objective is to bring a greater appreciation of natural mineral crystals and their forms by providing some background and understanding of the world of crystallography.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.rockhounds.com/rockshop/xtal/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1997-1998 J Michael Howard
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Webmaster				Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection	http://www.dep.state.pa.us/contactwebmaster/			PA					
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Title: A Message From the Children of Mars, Pennsylvania	Keywords: Environmental science,Geology,Human geography,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: This article is reprinted from the Second Quarter, 1997, issue of the "Rural Water" magazine with permission from the National Rural Water Association. It gives a brief description of the efforts of junior and senior high school students of Mars, Pennsylvania, who spearheaded efforts to bring wellhead protection to their community. It is one of many educational sites hosted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, which are easily accessed from a navigation bar at the bottom of the page.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.dep.state.pa.us/dep/deputate/watermgt/wsm/General/Mars_PA.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Staff				Lehigh Valley Water Suppliers, Incorporated	mail4dewey@yahoo.com	P.O. Box 3348	Allentown	PA	18106-0348		610-398-2503		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Richard	Martin		Dr	Active Data Exchange, Incorporated	rmartin@activedataX.com	190 Brodhead Road, Suite 300	Bethlehem	PA	18017				
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Title: Lehigh Valley Water Suppliers	Keywords: Environmental science,Human geography,Hydrology,Policy issues,Technology	Description: In 1987, a group of seven Lehigh Valley public water suppliers met to discuss the fledgling National Water Awareness Week, an event promoted by the American Water Works Association to focus national attention on the value of drinking water and the importance of properly managing this resource. The suppliers concluded that together, they could help develop programs to educate people of all ages about the priceless resources in the Valley. This website is a compilation of those efforts. Site Links: Who We Are; All About Water; Have You Heard; Visit Your Water Supplier (PA); Talk With Us; Links for Kids, Grownups and Businesses; For Kids Only; For Grownups; Virtual Tour; and Home.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.lvwater.org/home.asp
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: This site is powered by Active Data Exchange, Inc. Copyright © 2000.All Rights Reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Jeff	Rule			Discovery Channel									
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Title: You Control the Earth	Keywords: Environmental science,Geology	Description: Visitors click on/off switches to see how with a few minor changes in axis tilt, rotation, atmosphere or temperature the planet would be a radically different place.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.discovery.com/exp/earthjourneys/control.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1999 Discovery Communications Inc.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Staff				The Groundwater Foundation	info@groundwater.org	P.O. Box 22558	Lincoln	NE	68542-2558		1-800-858-4844	402-434-2742	
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Title: Kid's Corner of the Groundwater Foundation	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: This site is a special section of the Groundwater Foundation, dedicated to youth awareness and involvement with groundwater protection. There are tutorials, games, experiments, clubs, festivals, and "universities" designed expressly for students. Site pages: What is Groundwater, Kids Can Protect Groundwater Too, Easy Ways to Conserve H2O, Cool Groundwater Activity, The Awesome Aquifer Club, Meet G.W. Gecko, Recycling Maze, Water Crossword Puzzle, The Children's Groundwater Festival, and Groundwater University. There are also links to the main site and services of the Groundwater Foundation.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.groundwater.org/KidsCorner/kidscorner.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The use of Groundwater Foundation information, both print and electronic, is protected by copyright. However, The Groundwater Foundation does allow its information to be reproduced by users who have a primary educational purpose. If users of www.groundwater.org would like to reproduce in detail information or graphics found on this site, contact The Groundwater Foundation directly at info@groundwater.org or 402- 434-2740 to speak with an official about the purpose of such reproduction. Permission must be granted in advance and full credit must be prominently given to The Groundwater Foundation and www.groundwater.org as the original source of the information and artwork. You may NOT use the information or images on this site in a derogatory, defamatory or pornographic manner. The Groundwater Foundation has been dedicated to educating people about groundwater since 1985. The Groundwater Foundation's website has been online since February 1996.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				The Groundwater Foundation	info@groundwater.org	P.O. Box 22558	Lincoln	NE	68542-2558		1-800-858-4844	402-434-2742	
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Title: The Groundwater Foundation	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: The Groundwater Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating and motivating people to care for and about groundwater. The section Groundwater Basics contains numerous information on groundwater issues, including the following subjects: what is groundwater?; how much do we depend on groundwater?; groundwater protection, hydrologic cycle, contamination and concerns, sources of groundwater contamination, wells and how they work, ten ways to help conserve and protect groundwater, groundwater ABCs - a glossary of groundwater-related terminology, and source water assessment and protection guide and training materials. Also of interest are kids and youth sections with activities and games, as well as a listing of the foundation’s publications and events.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.groundwater.org/index.htm
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The use of Groundwater Foundation information, both print and electronic, is protected by copyright. However, The Groundwater Foundation does allow its information to be reproduced by users who have a primary educational purpose. If users of www.groundwater.org would like to reproduce in detail information or graphics found on this site, contact The Groundwater Foundation directly at info@groundwater.org or 402- 434-2740 to speak with an official about the purpose of such reproduction. Permission must be granted in advance and full credit must be prominently given to The Groundwater Foundation and www.groundwater.org as the original source of the information and artwork.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Martin	Chaplin		Dr	South Bank University, Food Research Centre	chaplimf@sbu.ac.uk	Borough Road	London		SE1 0AA	http://www.sbu.ac.uk/water/chaplin.html	44-20-7815-7970	44-20-7815-7999	United Kingdom
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Title: Water Structure and Behavior	Keywords: Chemistry	Description: In this site, Martin Chaplin has brought together a selection of ideas concerning the complex behavior of water in hopes of encouraging both the understanding of water and further work. Some of the many ideas presented are: the structure of water, water anomalies, hydrogen bonding, the phase diagram of water, and water hydration.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.sbu.ac.uk/water/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Text, HTML markup and images at this website are copyright. Please obtain permission before you use them.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): 				Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command		1020 Balch Blvd	Stennis Space Center	MS	39529				
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Title: Neptune's Web: Oceanography Lesson Plans	Keywords: Biological oceanography,Chemical oceanography,Physical oceanography	Description: This website houses numerous lesson plans for grades K-12 on the subject of oceanography. The homepage is divided into six different sections: Physical Education, Art, Social Studies, Science, Math, and Language Arts. Some of the topics covered are evaporation, heat flow, biological aspects, and pH levels in water. Activities are fun, entertaining, and offer a different perspective on learning.
Publication 7-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://pao.cnmoc.navy.mil/Educate/Neptune/lesson/lesson.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): 				Indiana University, Purdue University, Fort Wayne	ARGAST@IPFW.EDU	Department of Geology	Fort Wayne	IN					
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Title: Web Accessible Diffractometer	Keywords: Chemistry,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: More than a simple demonstration of technology, this site provides a useful tool for teaching and doing X-ray diffraction at places that don't have the necessary equipment. Web surfers also will enjoy the chance to become familiar with minerals and an important diagnostic tool in the Geosciences
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geosci.ipfw.edu/XRD/maindiff.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Christopher	Grayce	J		University of California at Irvine, Department of Chemistry	spider@chem.ps.uci.edu								
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Title: Educational Applets - Chemistry	Keywords: Chemistry,Geochemistry	Description: This page of educational applets gives visitors a chance to explore some scientific principles the same way a professional scientist does: by messing around with a system that exhibits the principle. While these systems are all simulated -- they exist only on a computer -- they are quite realistic, in the sense that their properties are calculated carefully by accurate and modern scientific methods. Indeed, simulations such as these form an important modern scientific research tool. Each applet comes with instructions and commentary. In most cases visitors play with the simulated system by fiddling with its parameters.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.chem.uci.edu/education/undergrad_pgm/applets/
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): John	Waldron		Dr	St. Mary's University, Geology Department	geology@stmarys.ca		Halifax	NS	B3H 3C3				Canada
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Title: The Structures Page	Keywords: 	Description: This course website for students of structural geology and tectonics was selected as Geoscience Site of the Month in October 1999. It provides much standard course website fare, but is distinguished by several interesting visuals, such as a gallery of structural images, diagrams of fold terminology, a 3-D animated map of fault slip, and an animation of the geometry of stereographic projection.
Publication 7-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.stmarys.ca/academic/science/geology/structural/welcome.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: John W.F. Waldron © 1998, 1999
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U.S. Department of State, Office of Public Affairs	AskPublicAffairs@state.gov	2201 C Street, N.W.	Washington	DC	20520	http://usinfo.state.gov/abtusia/feedback.htm	202-647-6575		
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Title: Global Issues Environment	Keywords: Environmental science,Policy issues	Description: This is the United States Department of State's Global Environmental Issues web site. The site contains copies of recent publications, reports, press briefings, fact sheets, and other types of documentation regarding current global environmental issues and policy. The site also contains an extensive bibliography of environmental resources and links to all types of related sites. Included are official text and articles on environmental issues, including transcripts of speeches, and reports by governmental agencies, fact sheets such as an overview on persistent organic pollutants, electronic journals on population and water, and various other publications.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://usinfo.state.gov/topical/global/environ/homepage.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this WWW site is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. The U.S. Government retains a nonexclusive, royalty-free license to publish or reproduce these documents, or allow others to do so, for U.S. Government purposes. These documents may be freely distributed and used for non-commercial, scientific and educational purposes. Commercial use of the documents available from this server may be protected under the U.S. and Foreign Copyright Laws. Individual documents on this server may have different copyright conditions, and that will be noted in those documents.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Environmental Protection Agency	OW-General@epamail.epa.gov	Office of Water							
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Title: Clean Water Action Plan	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: This site offers information for the public about the Clean Water Action Plan. To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Clean Water Act, the White House asked federal agencies to develop and implement a comprehensive plan that would help revitalize the nation's commitment to our valuable water resources. The result was the Clean Water Action Plan in February 1998. The key actions described focus on achieving cleaner water by strengthening public health protections, targeting watershed protection efforts at high priority areas, and providing communities with new resources to control polluted runoff and enhance natural resource stewardship. 111 key actions were developed in the Action Plan to build a new framework for watershed protection. Accomplishments of these 111 key actions in the Action Plan include: focusing on watersheds, protecting public health, expanding citizens' right to know, controlling polluted runoff, and incentives for private land stewardship. Links describing each of these accomplishments are provided in this site. Other information includes a chronological list of what's new with the Clean Water Action Plan, and released reports, including the Coastal Research and Monitoring Strategy, and the Unified Federal Policy for a Watershed Approach to Federal Land and Resource Management.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.cleanwater.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Center For Watershed Protection	hkh@cwp.org	8391 Main Street	Ellicott City	MD	21043-4605		410-461-8323	410-461-8324	
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Title: Center for Watershed Protection	Keywords: Ecology,Environmental science,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: The Center for Watershed Protection works with local, state, and federal governmental agencies, environmental consulting firms, watershed organizations, and the general public to provide objective and scientifically sound information on effective techniques to protect and restore urban watersheds. The Center also acts as a technical resource for local and state governments around the country to develop more effective urban storm water and watershed protection programs. The Center publishes a periodic journal entitled Watershed Protection Techniques, which provides reliable and accurate summaries of the latest tools for protecting watersheds across North America. This includes information on non-storm water discharges, erosion control, land conservation, and watershed stewardship. Users can access their page on Better Site Design, which provides a model of development principles to help protect lakes, streams and wetlands. They also provide model ordinances for communities who want to create effective ordinances that will guide future growth and attempt to safeguard local resources. This includes information on buffers, erosion/sediment control, open space, operation and maintenance, illicit discharges, and post-construction runoff.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.cwp.org/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1999, Center for Watershed Protection, All Rights Reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Charles	Meertens	M.	Dr	University Navstar Consortium/UCAR	chuckm@unavco.ucar.edu	3300 Mitchell Lane	Boulder	CO	80301	http://www.unavco.ucar.edu	303-497-8011	303-497-8028	
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Title: University Navstar Consortium Global Positioning System Site Motion Vector Archive	Keywords: Geology,Geophysics,Natural hazards,Structural geology	Description: The University Navstar Consortium (UNAVCO) Boulder facility has developed a Global Positioning System (GPS) Site Motion Vector Archive. Precise motions of points on the Earth, made with continuous or episodic GPS measurements, are being used to study tectonic processes including plate motions, plate boundary zone deformation, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions. This archive of GPS velocities contains project information, maps, links, data, and metadata from both regional and global GPS analyses and showcases the work conducted by university and other research investigators. The archive also contains a global plate motion model velocity calculator and an interactive map tool. Velocity data are also accessible via a Distributed Ocean Data Sets (DODS) server.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.unavco.ucar.edu/science_tech/crustal_motion/dxdt/archive/archive.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Published on the World Wide Web by the University NAVSTAR Consortium (UNAVCO), P.O. Box 3000, Boulder, Colorado 80307-3000. UNAVCO is Operated by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research and is sponsored by the National Science Foundation and NASA. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this web document are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation or NASA. Contributor data linked to in this archive may have indivdual copyright restrictions (see release notes).
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				River Network, National Office	info@rivernetwork.org	520 SW 6th Avenue #1130	Portland	OR	97204		1-800-423-6747	503-241-9256	
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Title: The River Network	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: The River Network (RN) helps people monitor, protect and restore rivers and watersheds. RN is self-described as the nation's leader in supporting grassroots river and watershed conservation groups. Users can access information about the group’s activities, including workshops and training, publications, special programs and grants available to watershed groups. A resource library allows users to search the site by topic. Categories include fundraising and organizational development, issues facing our rivers, publications, river conservation approaches, river quotes, facts, myths, prose, clip art, photos, and video. Users can also search by keyword. Other information includes issues facing rivers, monitoring and assessment, using the Clean Water Act, and conserving river lands.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.rivernetwork.org/index.cfm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: River Network is the sole owner of the information collected on the site. We will not sell, share, or rent this information to others in ways different from what is disclosed on this statement. River Network collects information from users who purchase resources, want access to certain site features, or sign up for our partnership program
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Robert	Brakenridge		Dr	Dartmouth College, Dartmouth Flood Observatory	Brakenridge@dartmouth.edu	Department of Geography7	Hanover	NH					
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Title: Dartmouth Flood Observatory	Keywords: Environmental science,Natural hazards	Description: This site is a research tool for detection, mapping, measurement, and analysis of extreme flood events world-wide using satellite remote sensing. The site provides comprehensive catalogs of large river floods, and is developing methods for obtaining globally-consistent measurements of such events. It frequently produces the first geocoded image maps of extreme floods, and these and related GIS data layers may be downloaded in digital form from this site. Among the resources used are the cloud-penetrating radar imagers aboard European Remote Sensing Satellites (ERS-1 and ERS-2), the Canadian-American Radarsat, NASA's AIRSAR/TOPSAR airborne sensor, Landsat-7, NOAA's AVHRR sensors, and MODIS and ASTER data from Terra.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.dartmouth.edu/artsci/geog/floods/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: (c) 1999 Dartmouth Flood Observatory
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				EPA, Office of Water	OW-General@epamail.epa.gov								
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Title: EPA Ground Water and Drinking Water Publications	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: This site is part of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water, providing information on the EPA's ground water and drinking water publications. The publications under the General Drinking Water Information section include children and drinking water standards, citizen's guide to ground-water protection, drinking water and health: what you need to know, citizen monitoring: recommendations to public water system users, drinking water treatment, glossary of terms, and others. A section for kids and teachers includes various activities. These include aquifer in a cup, build your own aquifer, build your own watershed, non-point source pollution, water filtration, where does your drinking water come from? and others. A section on the drinking water standards program contains publications on a number of subjects. These include: microbial contaminants, disinfectant and disinfection byproducts, chemical contaminants - inorganics, SOC, VOCs - radionuclides and radon, sulfate, and lead and copper. Users can also access publications on the National Drinking Water Advisory Council, and legislation and program direction. Each of the listed publications can be ordered free of charge depending on availability.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.epa.gov/safewater/Pubs/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this WWW site is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. The U.S. Government retains a nonexclusive, royalty-free license to publish or reproduce these documents, or allow others to do so, for U.S. Government purposes.These documents may be freely distributed and used for non-commercial, scientific and educational purposes. Commercial use of the documents available from this server may be protected under the U.S. and Foreign Copyright Laws. Individual documents on this server may have different copyright conditions, and that will be noted in those documents.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Greg	Finn		Dr	Brock University, Department of Geology	gfinn@craton.geol.brocku.ca								Canada
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Title: Phase Diagrams (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Chemistry,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This page defines the terms system, phase, equilibrium, component to help students understand phase diagrams.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.brocku.ca/earthsciences/people/gfinn/petrology/phase.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Colgate University, Department of Geology	rapril@mail.colgate.edu	13 Oak Drive	Hamilton	NY	13346				
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Title: Mineralogy	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This undergraduate course deals with principles and concepts fundamental to understanding the physical, chemical, crystallographic and structural properties of minerals. There is a syllabus, annotated lecture schedule, list of lecture topics with assoicated links, and a set of on-line quizzes for student self assessment.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://classes.colgate.edu/rapril/geol201/default.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1997 © Colgate University
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Charles	Berberich	W.		American Water Works Association	cberberi@awwa.org	6666 West Quincy Avenue	Denver	CO	80235		303-794-7711		
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Title: American Water Works Association	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: The American Water Works Association (AWWA) is an international nonprofit scientific and educational society. Founded in 1881, AWWA is the largest organization of water supply professionals in the world. The American Water Works Association is dedicated to the promotion of public health and welfare in the provision of drinking water of unquestionable quality and sufficient quantity. Users can access past and present journal articles, governmental information, and consumer information including tips on conservation. Also included is information on research, water management, and water quality.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.awwa.org/
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 2000 American Water Works Association. All rights reserved. The content of this web site is published by AWWA and is protected by the copyright laws of the United States. No material appearing on this web site may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any media (electronic, photocopying, recording, or otherwise) without prior written permission of the publisher. To request permission to reproduce any copyrighted material from AWWA (in printed or electronic form), submit in writing the following information: The source of the material to be reproduced - URL, file name, date of access. A description of the material to be reproduced (e.g., entire document, excerpt, illustration) The purpose for which the material is to be used and the audience, inclusion on another web site, in a new publication, in a marketing packet for potential clients, with classroom materials, etc.
Title: Changes in the Antarctic Ice Sheet	Keywords: Climatology,Cryology,Ecology,Physical geography,Physical oceanography,Biology	Description: The Gulf of Maine Aquarium hosts this two-part activity. The focus is on seasonal changes in the mass balance of the Antarctic Ice Sheet. Part 1 uses an atlas and satellite imagery to examine the geography of the region and the changing boundaries of the ice sheet. Part 2 tracks annual changes in sea ice. There is an animation page showing changes in ice cover around Antarctica during 1991, and links to several other student activities: Coping with the Cold (Plan an expedition to Antarctica), Blubber Glove (Demonstrate how Antarctic animals stay warm in bone-chilling water), Salt Concentration (Demonstrate how cold-blooded animals survive subfreezing water temperatures without being shattered by ice crystals), Penguin Adaptation (Brainstorm ways in which penguins are well-adapted to cold water and icy environments), Chick Die-Off (Show how sea ice cover and penguin chick populations are related), and Creating Plankton (Design an ocean "wanderer”).
Publication 8-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://octopus.gma.org/surfing/antarctica/ice.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright (c) 2000. Gulf of Maine Aquarium. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Ray	Ford			Santa Barbara County Water Education	ray@coolearth.org			CA					
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Title: Santa Barbara County Water Education	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Environmental science,Hydrology,Physical oceanography	Description: The Santa Barbara County Water Education site provides lessons and activities for teachers and students, as well as images, maps, water history, curriculum training information, projects, links to relevant resources, and more. Resources in this site are designed to aid in the creation of an exciting water education curriculum. A primary component of the site is its interactivity. Anyone can participate as a student, teacher, or community member by joining in one of the various water projects, reporting local rainfall data, adding lessons or water links to the database, or supporting those who are.
Publication 6-2002
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.sbwater.org/
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Carolyn	Tucker			California Department of Water Resources	carolyn@water.ca.gov	Office of Water Education, 1416 - 9th Street, Room 1104-1	Sacramento	CA	95814		916-653-9892	916-653-4684	
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Title: Water Facts and Fun	Keywords: Environmental science,Human geography,Hydrology	Description: The California Department of Water Resources, Office of Water Education offers student workbooks, teacher's guides, hands-on water activities for teachers, flannel board stories, colored wall posters, and special offers that can be ordered online. Some materials are specific to California's water situation, while most are broad based concepts. The materials emphasize water conservation, the basics of the water cycle, water quality, and water safety.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://wwwowe.water.ca.gov/education/wff_index.html
Learning Context: 4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Pennsylvania Water Resources Education Network	wren@pa.lwv.org	League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania, 226 Forster Street	Harrisburg	PA	17102		1-800-692-7281		
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Title: The Pennsylvania Water Resources Education Network	Keywords: Environmental science,Human geography,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: The Pennsylvania Water Resources Education Network (WREN) is a nonpartisan informal collaboration among organizations and public officials working for the protection and management of Pennsylvania's water resources, both surface and ground water, through education and informed policy making. Resource users will find water education materials specific to Pennsylvania including publications, videos, grants and more. A question and answer forum aids water activists in finding each other and in solving problems. Local projects are also listed.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://pa.lwv.org/wren/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1997-98 - League of Women Voters of PA Citizen Education Fund
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Charles	Keeling	D.		University of California, Scripps Institution of Oceanography			La Jolla	CA	92093		619-534-4230		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center (CDIAC)	CDIAC@ORNL.GOV	P.O. Box 2008 MS 6335	Oak Ridge	TN	37831-6335	http://cdiac.esd.ornl.gov/	865-574-3645	865-574-0390	
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Title: Carbon Dioxide Concentrations at Mauna Loa: Observatory, Hawaii, 1958-1999, CDIAC NDP-001	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology,Environmental science	Description: This resource is a summary document of daily measurements of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations at Mauna Loa Observatory, Hawaii for the time period 1958 to 2000 (revised August 2001). These measurements constitute the longest, continuous record of atmospheric CO2 concentrations available in the world. Details are provided on the daily, monthly and annual averages, the instruments used and the precision of the data. This summary document is provided as a service of the Netherlands Earth Observation NETwork (NEONET). This resource also provides links to the monthly average data and the classic figure of of the data graphed over time.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://version0.neonet.nl/ceos-idn/datasets/CDIAC_NDP1.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Charles	Keeling	D.		University of California, Scripps Institution of Oceanography			La Jolla	CA	92093		619-534-4230		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center CDIAC	CDIAC@ORNL.GOV	P.O. Box 2008 MS 6335	Oak Ridge	TN	37831-6335	http://cdiac.esd.ornl.gov/	865-574-3645	865-574-0390	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Tim	Whorf			University of California, Scripps Institution of Oceanography			La Jolla	CA	92093				
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Title: Atmospheric CO2 concentrations (ppmv) derived from in situ air samples collected at Mauna Loa Observatory, Hawaii	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology,Environmental science,Geology	Description: Displays the monthly atmospheric concentrations of CO2 expressed in parts per million by volume (ppmv) for the years 1958 through 2000. Values are reported in the 1997 SIO manometric mole fraction scale. Missing values are denoted by -99.99. In years where one monthly value is missing, annual values were calculated by substituting a fit value (4-harmonics with gain factor and spline) for that month and then averaging the twelve monthly values.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://cdiac.esd.ornl.gov/ftp/ndp001/maunaloa.co2
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Documents were sponsored by a contractor of the U.S. Government under contract DE-AC05-00OR22725. Accordingly, the U.S. Government retains a nonexclusive, royalty-free license to publish or reproduce these documents, or to allow others to do so, for U.S. Government purposes. These documents may be freely distributed and used for non-commercial, scientific and educational purposes.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				CASEC Headquarters, Department of Human and Community Development	lhhoffmann@ucdavis.edu	University of California	Davis	CA	95616		916-752-8824	916-752-3969	
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Title: California Aquatic Science Education Consortium	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: The California Aquatic Science Education Consortium (CASEC) is an assemblage of agencies, organizations, and citizen groups established for the purpose of encouraging, supporting, and enhancing aquatic (fresh and marine) education programs in the State of California. The Consortium's activities are shaped by the specific education objectives shared by all Consortium members: communication, coordination, cooperation, financial support, research, aquatic environmental issues, and advice. Besides general information about the group including information about membership, publications, newsletter, and calendar, the site also includes activities for children and adults.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.rain.org/casec/index.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Computer Sciences	scout@cs.wisc.edu.	5355a Computer Sciences and Statistics, 1210 West Dayton Street	Madison	WI	53706		608-262-1204	608-262-9777	
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Title: Internet Scout Project	Keywords: None of the above	Description: The Scout Report is the flagship publication of the Internet Scout Project. Published every Friday, continuously since 1994, the Scout Report is one of the Internet's oldest and most respected publications. It provides a fast, convenient way to stay informed of valuable resources on the Internet. Every day professional librarians, educators, and content specialists filter hundreds of announcements looking for the most valuable and authoritative resources available online. Information about the best of what they have found is then summarized, organized, and provided to the Internet community in various formats, including email and the Web. There are three different reports available from this page. They are the Scout Report for Science & Engineering, the Scout Report for Social Sciences & Humanities, and the Scout Report for Business & Economics. There is a searchable archive of nearly seven years of the best of the net's resources from the Scout Report. Resources are searchable by: title, author, publisher, Library of Congress Subject Headings, CYRUS Classification, URL (Advanced Search) and full text of the original Scout Report annotations (Quick Search).
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/index.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16;13;14;9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright Internet Scout Project, 1994-2000. Copyright Susan Calcari and the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents, 1994-2000. The Internet Scout Project [http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/], located in the Computer Sciences Department of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, provides information about the Internet to the U.S. research and education community under a grant from the National Science Foundation, number NCR-9712163. The Government has certain rights in this material. Permission is granted to make and distribute verbatim copies of any of our publications or web content provided this paragraph, including the copyright notice, is preserved on all copies. Written permission is required for use of Internet Scout Project Website content that is not part of a publication. Publications include the Scout Report, the Scout Report for Science & Engineering, the Scout Report for Social Sciences, and the Scout Report for Business & Economics.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): David	Maidment	R.	Dr	Department of Civil Engineering	maidment@mail.utexas.edu	University of Texas	Austin	TX	78712	http://civil.ce.utexas.edu/prof/maidment/home.html	512-471-4620	512-471-0072	
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Title: Center for Research in Water Resources, University of Texas at Austin: Hydrologic Modeling using GIS	Keywords: Human geography,Hydrology,Physical geography,Technology	Description: Hydrologic modeling using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is striving to meet a growing demand for planning, prediction, and protection of water resources as the world's population increases. Some of the topics discussed in this class include an introduction to Arcview, delineation of watersheds and streams, map projections, and nonpoint source pollution in the Mission Basin. Also included are on-line research reports, completed research projects, and presentations from conferences.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://civil.ce.utexas.edu/prof/maidment/gishydro/home.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): William	Prothero	A	Dr	University of California Santa Barbara	prothero@magic.ucsb.edu	Dept. of Geological Sciences	Santa Barbara	CA	93106	http://oceanography.geol.ucsb.edu/	805-893-3308	805-893-2314	
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Title: Our Dynamic Planet Interactive Plate Tectonics Theory and Data Explorer (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Geology,Geophysics,Natural hazards,Physical geography	Description: A CD-ROM containing all the resources needed to support inquiry learning into the theory of Plate Tectonics and the data that support it. Tools the CD-ROM contains are: 1. Virtual Plate Tectonics Lecture. 30 minutes of animated video with animated visualizations of the major plate boundaries, including transform faults, spreading centers, and subduction zones. The India-Eurasia continental collision is discussed. 2. Geography game. Intended to help students recognize the location of continents, seas, and oceans on a world map. 3.Profile game. Students learn to use elevation profiles to visualize topographic features. 4. MAP. A zoomable, scrollable world map with point and click interface to plot earth data that allows students to distinguish between the plate boundary types and examine several spreading centers at high resolution. Elevation profiles (from ETOPO5 DEM), earthquake plots (map and cross-section view), volcanoes, seafloor age, island ages, heat flow, and still and video images are available. Any portion of the screen can be captured for incorporation into student presentation and writing exercises. 5. Graphics workshop. A simple graphics editor allows students to compose, edit, and print their image displays. This software supports inquiries into plate boundary types, hot spots, plate velocities and directions. In addition, subduction zones can be compared and the East Pacific Rise can be contrasted with the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, using the high-resolution data. Magnetic anomalies are shown in the high-resolution data, and can be used to study how to determine seafloor age. A companion teacher’s manual, which includes discussions of the science process, elements of a science investigation, how to write a science paper, sample studies using the CD data, and installation instructions, is available at extra cost.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://oceanography.geol.ucsb.edu/Support/ODP/ODP_Description.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 3	Copyright: May be used in any setting. Not for resale, duplication, or incorporation into other products without permission.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): David	Maidment	R.	Dr	Department of Civil Engineering	maidment@mail.utexas.edu	University of Texas	Austin	TX	78712	http://civil.ce.utexas.edu/prof/maidment/home.html	512-471-4620	512-471-0072	
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Title: Dr. David R. Maidment, Ashley H. Priddy Centennial Professor of Engineering, Director of the Center for Research in Water Resources University of Texas at Austin	Keywords: Geology,Human geography,Hydrology,Physical geography,Technology	Description: This is the homepage of Dr. David Maidment, director of the Center for Research in Water Resources at the University of Texas at Austin. Dr Maidment is a specialist in surface water hydrology, and in particular in the application of geographic information systems to hydrology. Since 1989, he has been cooperating in this field with ESRI, manufacturers of Arc/Info and ArcView, the leading GIS programs worldwide. Site Links: Students and Scholars, Classes (syllabi and outlines), Research Reports, Publishing, Virtual Course (only for registered students at UT), Links to Other Sites, Slide Presentations, and ESRI conference reports and slide presentations for GIS Hydro 1997, 1998, and GIS Enviro 1998. There are also links to the Center for Research in Water Resources, and to the University of Texas at Austin.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://civil.ce.utexas.edu/prof/maidment/home.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Gerry	Daumiller			Montana State Library	gdaumiller@state.mt.us	PO Box 201800	Helena	MT	59620-1800		406-444-5358	406-444-0581	
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Title: Montana State Library Natural Resource Information System	Keywords: Human geography,Physical geography,Technology	Description: The Montana Natural Resource Information System (NRIS) Geographic Information System (GIS) acts as a clearinghouse for GIS databases and provides services to State, Federal, Private, Non-Profit, and Public groups or individuals needing access to GIS technology. Numerous statewide and regional data sets are available for direct download. The NRIS GIS program provides a wide range of GIS services to the Montana GIS community. Available services include programming, database design, spatial analyses, cartographic design, project setup and design, database development, and others.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.nris.state.mt.us/gis/gis.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright Information is Unknown. NRIS provides access to many GIS databases. Any data residing on the NRIS system, including GIS databases and paper copies of any maps we have produced from those databases, is available to any group or person who wants it. Most GIS users can obtain data from NRIS at no cost. However, the Natural Resource Information System (NRIS) and the Montana Natural Heritage Program (NHP) will charge a fee to private users (defined as one using the product for potential for-profit activity) of the data and services in an effort to recover the service cost incurred for staff time and other expenses to deliver data.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Ken	Cooke			Kentucky Water Watch	kywwp@igc.org	14 Reilly Road	Frankfort	KY	40601		800-928-0045	502-564-4245	
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Title: Kentucky Water Watch	Keywords: Ecology,Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: Water Watch is organized by volunteers in an effort to protect Kentucky's rivers, streams, lakes, and wetlands. There is information on the status of and how to get involved with a variety of volunteer projects including water quality monitoring programs, community education initiatives, and community leadership and action. While this site contains specifics on Kentucky's programs, there are also links to other volunteer monitoring programs and water education resources nationwide. Topics include volunteer projects, the people involved, and links to additional information about streams and rivers.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.state.ky.us/nrepc/water/wwhomepg.htm
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Katie	Dyer			University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Geophysical Institute, Public Relations	dyer@gi.alaska.edu						907-474-1537		
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Title: Aurora Forecast	Keywords: Atmospheric science	Description: The Aurora Forecast from the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, provides aurora activity predictions for different locations around the world. Predictions are available as maps or as audio files. Users select a geographical area, and they are presented with a forecast map with the approximate Universal Time of greatest activity for the selected longitude about an hour before local geomagnetic midnight. Also included are links to information about the forecasts, how to interpret the forecasts, geomagnetic activity, and aurora links.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.gi.alaska.edu/aurora_predict/worldmap4.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16;17	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1999 Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): K.	Klima			Environmental Protection Agency, Surf Your Watershed	http://www.epa.gov/surf3/comments/comments.html	Mail Code 4503F, 401 M Street SW	Washington	DC	20460		202-260-7087		
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Title: Surf Your Watershed	Keywords: Environmental science,Human geography,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: Surf Your Watershed is the Environmental Protection Agency's effort to provide a comprehensive center for geographically relevant information about drinking water regulations, drinking water publications, public water systems, ground water, and water quality and pollution issues. Resources include how to locate your watershed anywhere in the United States, state and tribal information, an index of watershed indicators, how to adopt your watershed, a watershed atlas, and a link to environmental websites.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.epa.gov/surf/index.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The U.S. Government retains a non-exclusive, royalty-free license to publish or reproduce its own documents, or allow others to do so, for U.S. Government purposes. These documents may be freely distributed and used for non-commercial, scientific and educational purposes. Commercial use of this document may be protected under the U.S. and Foreign Copyright Laws. Individual documents on this server may have different copyright conditions, and that will be noted in those documents.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Stephan	Custer		Dr	Montana State University, Earth Sciences Department	uessc@montana.edu	118 Traphagen Hall	Bozeman	MT	59717	http://www.homepage.montana.edu/~uessc/	406-994-6906		
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Title: Surface Water Resources	Keywords: Geology,Hydrology	Description: This course provides a physical analysis of the surface position of the hydrologic cycle- climate, evapotranspiration, precipitation, runoff, flooding, stream channels, sediment production, sediment transport and drainage basins. The class also investigates the surface-water resource in terms of regional supply and human use and intervention. Provided with the course outline are the skeleton versions of class notes, various reading assignments, paper guidelines, and a link to the laboratory assignments. Titles include drainage basin, channel pattern, hydraulic equation summary, froude number, stream power, shear, bed load applications, survey techniques, urbanization, infiltration and runoff, and snow melt.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.homepage.montana.edu/~uessc/esci432/432syllabus.htm
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Webmaster				National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research	WebMaster@niwa.cri.nz.								New Zealand
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Title: National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Biological oceanography,Climatology,Environmental science,Hydrology,Policy issues,Technology	Description: Established in 1992 as one of nine New Zealand Crown Research Institutes (CRIs), the National Institute for Water and Atmospheric Research's mission is to provide a scientific basis for the sustainable management of New Zealand's atmospheric, marine and freshwater systems and associated resources. Areas of expertise for consultancy and research are Atmosphere and Climate, Freshwater, Coastal & Oceanography, Fisheries and Aquaculture and Fisheries Enhancement. Site Links: All About NIWA, New at NIWA, NIWA Research, Commercial Services, Publications, NIWA Staff, Questions and Answers for Kids, and Index.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.niwa.cri.nz/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1998-2001 NIWA. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Kristof	Van Oost			Katholieke Universiteit Leuven	kristof.vanoost@geo.kuleuven.ac.be		Leuven			http://www.kuleuven.ac.be/studeng/a_totaal/index_eng.htm			Belgium
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Title: The Laboratory for Experimental Geomorphology (LEG)	Keywords: Geology,Soil science,Technology	Description: Over the last 25 years the Laboratory for Experimental Geomorphology (LEG) has been extensively studying overland flow hydraulics and soil erosion (both by overland flow and raindrop impact) and aeolian processes. LEG has developed numerous models, algorithms, and simulation techniques for study in the field, in the lab, or with GIS, some of which are available for demo and free download from this site. There is also a lengthy list of LEG papers that have been published in international scientific literature since 1979.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.kuleuven.ac.be/facdep/geo/fgk/pages/expgeom.htm
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1998 Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Richard	Meylan			The New Zealand Science and Technology Promotion Programme - Wow it's Science	richard.meylan@science.net.nz	PO Box 2401	Wellington				64-4-385-4503	64-4-385-2428	New Zealand
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Title: Wow, it's Science (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Space science,Biology,Chemistry,Ecology	Description: A New Zealand web site for students, educators, industry professionals, the media and communicators to discuss the fields of science and technology. It offers information on the latest discoveries from the scientific community, links to sites from New Zealand and the world, and science and technology in the news. Also included is information on careers and education.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.science.net.nz/frame4sitemap.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Environmental Protection Agency, Watershed Information Network	internet_support@unixmail.rtpnc.epa.gov.	Ariel Rios Building, 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, North West	Washington	DC	20460				
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Title: Watershed Information Network	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology,Ecology,Policy issues	Description: The intent of the Watershed Information Network from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is to provide a "roadmap" to information and services for protecting and restoring water resources. Links to EPA programs, such as the Safe Water Drinking Information Center (SDWIS) are provided with complete datasets and Geographic Information System layers. The section entitled Watershed Information discusses what a watershed is, what individual watershed addresses are, what the health of individual watersheds are, data and maps on watersheds, and who is studying individual watersheds. The section, Working in Your Watershed includes sections on how to get involved, and how to start a watershed team. Assistance and Services includes information on financial, technical, hands-on assistance and training. Also accessible are the basic laws related to water. Under the Power Search section, users can conduct geographical searches for environmental information, including information on adopting your local watershed and wetlands restoration projects. Also included is a link to environmental web sites.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.epa.gov/win/index.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The U.S. Government retains a non-exclusive, royalty-free license to publish or reproduce its own documents, or allow others to do so, for U.S. Government purposes. These documents may be freely distributed and used for non-commercial, scientific and educational purposes. Commercial use of this document may be protected under the U.S. and Foreign Copyright Laws. Individual documents on this server may have different copyright conditions, and that will be noted in those documents.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Pacific Institute	pistaff@pacinst.org	654 13th Street, Preservation Park	Oakland	CA	94612		510-251-1600	510-251-2203	
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Title: The World's Water: Information on the World's Freshwater Resources	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: The World's Water is dedicated to providing up-to-date water information, data, and web connections to organizations, institutions, and individuals working on a wide range of global freshwater problems and solutions. This site complements and supplements the book The World's Water: The Biennial Report on Freshwater Resources, by Peter H. Gleick, Island Press, Washington, D.C. The section on Water Data includes tables and charts on such subjects as Total Renewable Freshwater Supply by Country, Freshwater Withdrawal by Country and Sector, Access to Safe Drinking Water in Developing Countries by Region, Hydroelectric Capacity and Production by Country, 1996, Waterborne Disease Outbreaks in the United Sates, Access to Sanitation in Developing Countries by Region, and others. Maps on Sanitation Coverage and Populations Without Access to Drinking Water can also be accessed. A large list of links is also included, including links to databases, water publications, articles and reports, commercial sites, governmental, non-governmental and inter-governmental organizations and associations, university and educational institutions, and conservation measures. Also included is an Environmental and Security Water Conflict Chronology.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.worldwater.org/index.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;15;16;13;14;17	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: (c)1999/2001 Pacific Institute for Studies in Development, Environment, and Security.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Partnerships to Advance Learning in Science						http://www.pals.iastate.edu/index.html			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Douglas	Yarger		Dr	Partnerships to Advance Learning in Science	doug@iastate.edu	ISU Agronomy Building	Ames	IA	50011		515-294-9872		
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Title: Advection Simulation (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology	Description: These Java applets simulate warm and cold air advection in the United States. They allow users to vary different combinations of wind speed, simulation duration, wind direction, contour spacing in Ames, Iowa. Several of the applets also give the user an opportunity to estimate the final temperature. The results show how the temperature gradient would change over a matter of time given the wind speed and direction.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.pals.iastate.edu/simulations/advectionsim/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1999, PALS, all rights reserved
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey Library	library@usgs.gov	950 National Center, 12201 Sunrise Valley Drive	Reston	VA	20192	http://library.usgs.gov/reslib.html#Begin	703-648-4302	703-648-6373	
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Title: U. S. Geological Survey Library	Keywords: Biology,Geology,Physical geography	Description: The United States Geological Survey (USGS) Library is the largest earth science library in the world. The library serves the research needs of USGS scientists throughout the nation and provides information to other organizations and individuals in the areas of geology, hydrology, cartography, biology, and related fields. USGS libraries are located in Reston, Virginia, Denver, Colorado, Menlo Park, California, and Flagstaff, Arizona. Some of the library holdings are available on-line, while others can be purchased from USGS, ordered via an interlibrary loan, or attained from one of the four library locations directly. The library home page provides links to search engines for USGS publications, photographs, maps, etc. Users can search various databases to find what they need. These databases include: the Geographic Names Information System database, the Minerals Information Collection, the National Geologic Map Database, and a database of purchased journals held by the library. Users can also search the library’s catalog, and can post questions to a librarian via the Ask a Librarian link.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://library.usgs.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law. You are welcome to make a link to any of the Web pages USGS has published on the Internet. There is no need to request permission. Use of the USGS visual identifier (logo) is restricted to official publications. USGS will identify material they use from sources outside of USGS, and request others do the same when using information published by USGS. Credit can be provided by including on the page (or via a link to a credits page) a citation such as: U. S. Geological Survey, U. S. Geological Survey/photo by Jane Doe (if the artist is known), USGS/Ft. Collins, CO (if originating office but not the artist is known).
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Dave	Bunnell			Virtual Cave	dbunnell@caves.org					http://www.goodearthgraphics.com/virtcave.html			
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Title: The Virtual Cave	Keywords: Geology	Description: Dave Bunnell, a caver and photographer for over 30 years has collected images from caves all over the world. This site tells the story of caves in words and pictures; what's in them and how it got there. Information can be found on four types of caves: solution, lava tube, sea, and erosional. Each section begins with an introduction to the type of cave - how it was formed, what's inside of it, etc.- and provides examples via photographs of different caves throughout the world.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.goodearthgraphics.com/virtcave.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Created: June 19, 1995 by Djuna Bewley and Dave Bunnell. Maintained and expanded since 1996 by Dave Bunnell. Photos copyright Dave Bunnell unless noted otherwise.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): George	Rossman	R	Dr	California Institute of Technology	GRR@gps.caltech.edu		Pasadena	CA		http://gems.gps.caltech.edu/mineralogy/index.htm			
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Title: The Colors of Minerals	Keywords: Chemistry,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This page presents information about the causes of color in minerals and provides illustrations of many examples. The common causes are metal ions, intervalence charge transfer, ionizing radiation, physical effects, and band gaps.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://minerals.gps.caltech.edu/COLOR_Causes/index.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Carolyn	Tucker			California Department of Water Resources, Office of Water Education	carolyn@water.ca.gov	1416 - 9th Street, Room 1104-1	Sacramento	CA	95814		916-653-9892	916-653-4684	
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Title: California Department of Water Resources, Office of Water Education	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: The California Office of Water Education (OWE) is part of California's continuing efforts to educate people on the importance of water, how this limited resource can be properly used, and the need for its continued availability to California homes, businesses, industries, agriculture, and the environment. OWE provides water education services and materials to schools throughout California, issues new releases, designs and promotes exhibits and displays, and publishes and distributes general interest brochures, newsletters and videos. The OWE site is the primary entry point to California Department of Water Resources informational programs and services.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://wwwowe.water.ca.gov/default.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): George	Rossman	R	Dr	California Institute of Technology, Department of Geoschemistry	GRR@gps.caltech.edu		Pasadena	CA		http://www.gps.caltech.edu/~grr/index.html			
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Title: Mineral Spectroscopy Server	Keywords: Chemistry,Mineralogy or petrology,Physics	Description: This server is primarily dedicated to providing information about color in minerals and access to data on mineral absorption in the visible, infrared, Raman and Mossbauer spectra. Both data coordinates and images of the spectra are available for selected minerals. Most data on the server were obtained in the Caltech mineral spectroscopy labs, but individuals throughout the world also contribute to this ever growing community resource. In addition to data files, the site provides an extensive list of references to papers on mineral optical spectroscopy. Citations are available sorted both by mineral name and by first authors of papers.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://minerals.gps.caltech.edu/index.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © George R. Rossman
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Jeanne	Sauber			NASA Goddard Space Flight Center		Geodynamics Branch, Laboratory for Terrestrial Physics	Greenbelt	MD					
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				American Geophysical Union (AGU)	webmaster@agu.org	2000 Florida Avenue N.W.	Washington, DC		20009-1277		202-462-6900		
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Title: Measuring a Moving Glacier	Keywords: Geology,Cryology	Description: An introduction to the study of the Bering Glacier in southern Alaska. A series of satellites that estimate precise positions on Earth from space - the Global Positioning System -are helping scientists study the movement of ice and Earth at the surging Bering Glacier. The main focus is estimating glacial and tectonically induced deformation of the earth's surface in this region. The results will measure of how useful GPS data are to understanding glacier fluctuations. A link is provided to the American Geophysical Union's Science and Society website.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.agu.org/sci_soc/sauber.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Earth in Space, Vol. 8, No. 3, November, 1995. © 1995 American Geophysical Union. Permission is hereby granted to journalists to use this material so long as credit is given, and to teachers to use this material in classrooms.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences,	adecharon@bigelow.org	P.O. Box 475	West Boothbay Harbor	ME	04575	http://www.bigelow.org/	207-633-9600	207-633-9641	
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Title: Virtual Vacationland: A "Virtual" Tour of On-Line Resources for Earth Science Education	Keywords: Climatology,Hydrology,Physical geography,Physical oceanography	Description: Virtual Vacationland is a resource tool to help you find and use Earth Science data and information on the Internet. The content is arranged by science topic. Each topic has a Preview Page that summarizes the material, 2 to 5 Detail Pages (listed under Background Info), a list of Key Questions designed to help you understand how on-line data are used to better understand our environment, hands-on activities, a list of the terminology defined in the detail pages, links to related sites, and links to images and movies related to the topic. The topics covered include Land Topography, Ocean Bathymetry, Coastal Tides, Ocean Buoy Data, Ocean Temperature, Weather & Climate, and Watersheds and Rivers.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.bigelow.org/virtual/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of California Berkeley, Space Sciences Laboratory, Center for Science Education			Berkeley	CA					
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Title: Earthquake	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: This lesson plan provides students with information and activities related to earthquakes. Sections include detailed discussions of seismographs, epicenter determination, and seismic waves, as well as historical information on major earthquakes.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://cse.ssl.berkeley.edu/lessons/indiv/davis/hs/QuakesEng3.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: All text, images, and other resources in this page are Copyright © 1995, The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved. For permission, email outreach@cea.berkeley.edu.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Aaron	Wolf	T.	Dr	Oregon State University, Department of Geosciences	wolfa@geo.orst.edu	104 Wilkinson Hall	Corvallis	OR	97331-5506		541-737-2722	541-737-1200	
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Title: Transboundary Freshwater Dispute Database	Keywords: Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: The Transboundary Freshwater Dispute Database is a project of the Oregon State University Department of Geosciences, in collaboration with other agencies and individuals. The database is a searchable compilation of 150 water-related treaties and 39 US inter-state compacts, catalogued by basin, countries or states involved, date signed, treaty topic, allocations measure, conflict resolution mechanisms, and non-water linkages. The web site also includes the following components: Negotiating notes and other primary and secondary sources for 14 case studies of the processes of international water conflict resolution; Descriptions of indigenous/traditional methods for the resolution of water disputes; News files and bibliographic entries of acute water conflicts; A digitized inventory of international watersheds; An annotated bibliography of the state of the art of Transboundary Freshwater Dispute Resolution; Sites related to the Transboundary Freshwater Dispute Database Project; and Publications produced by the Transboundary Freshwater Dispute Database Project.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://terra.geo.orst.edu/users/tfdd/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				British Antarctic Survey	webmaster@bas.ac.uk	High Cross, Madingley Road	Cambridge		CB3 OET	http://www.antarctica.ac.uk/index.html	44-0-1223-221400	44-0-1223-362616	UK
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Title: British Antarctic Survey	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Biological oceanography,Climatology,Cryology,Environmental science,Geology,Physical geography,Policy issues	Description: The British Antarctic Survey (BAS) is a key player in international efforts to describe and understand the nature and processes of the Antarctic through research, survey and monitoring. BAS also has a significant role in the affairs of the Antarctic Treaty System, and in the protection and conservation of the Antarctic environment. This large portal houses a wealth of information on key topics such as conservation and protection of the Antarctic environment; Antarctic climate and geologic processes; biodiversity; techniques of polar living; and polar weather.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.antarctica.ac.uk/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright Natural Environment Research Council - British Antarctic Survey 2001.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Susan	Aber	W		Emporia State University	abersusa@emporia.edu		Emporia	KS					
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Title: The World of Amber	Keywords: Geology,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: The World of Amber originates from the Earth Science Department at Emporia State University. It aims to present factual, interesting, and comprehensive information about amber. The site presents detailed information on a range of topics such as Types of Amber, Uses of Amber, Amber Museums, and Amber Myths.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.emporia.edu/earthsci/amber/amber.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: copyright 1996-2001 © Susan Ward Aber. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				EuroMin Project	altimira@cri.ensmp.fr								
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Title: History of Mineralogy and Crystallography 1850 - 1900	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: An in-depth look into the people and discoveries behind the history of mineralogy and crystallography from 1850 to 1900. Following a brief introduction, more in-depth information on crystal physics, crystal geometry, chemical crystallography, and regional mineralogy is available. A bibliography is also provided.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.cri.ensmp.fr/euromin/Nouveau_site/histoire/19emebis/Min-History_1850-1900.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				EdGate.com, Schoolnotes.com	customercare@edgate.com	P.O. Box 7044	Downers Grove	IL	60515	http://www.edgate.com/index.html	877-705-1084		
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Title: Schoolnotes.com	Keywords: Technology	Description: SchoolNotes.com complements school websites by allowing teachers to post class information on the World Wide Web without worrying about HTML or FTP - there is no programming required. Posted information - such as class notes - can then be accessed by parents, teachers, and students from home, work, school, or anywhere the Internet is available. Users simply enter their school's zip code, and are brought to a listing of posted class material. They can also register to be notified any time there is an update to the class postings.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.schoolnotes.com/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1998-2001 by EdGate.com, Inc. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of Wisconsin-Madison, National Institute for Science Education	niseinfo@education.wisc.edu	1025 W. Johnson St., Suite 753	Madison	WI	53706		608-263-9250	608-262-7428	
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Title: Field-tested Learning Assessment Guide for Science, Math, Engineering and Technology Instructors	Keywords: Agricultural science,Space science,Biology,Chemistry,Educational theory and practice,Mathematics	Description: The Field-tested Learning Assessment Guide (FLAG) provides access to a variety of Classroom Assessment Techniques (CAT). Each CAT has been written by a college or university professor who uses the technique and all CATs have been reviewed by the FLAG Editorial Board. Tools and other resources are provided for use with the CATs. The CATs include the following: Attitude Survey, ConcepTests, Concept Mapping, Conceptual Diagnostic Tests, Interviews, Performance Assessments, Portfolios, Scoring Rubrics, and Weekly Reports.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.wcer.wisc.edu/nise/cl1/flag/default.asp
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The Field-Tested Learning Assessment Guide(FLAG) contains materials obtained from different sources. Because a work is automatically copyrighted at the time of creation, even in the absence of a copyright notice these works are still protected under the U.S. Copyright Act. The University of Wisconsin-Madison encourages users to make productive use of the materials found on this website, especially for non-profit educational purposes. The FLAG must be acknowledged appropriately. A user may not use these materials for commercial purposes without prior written permission. Should a user need assistance in identifying or locating the copyright owner of specific material, please write to the National Institute for Science Education at National Institute for Science Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1025 W. Johnson St., Suite 753, Madison, WI 53706, or call (608) 263-9250, FAX (608) 262-7428, or email (niseinfo@education.wisc.edu) your request.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): John	Alroy			National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis	alroy@nceas.ucsb.edu	735 State Street, Suite 300	Santa Barbara	CA	93101-3351		805-892-2519	805-892-2510	
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Title: Lefalophodon; An Informal History of Evolutionary Biology Web Site	Keywords: Biology,History and philosophy of science,Paleontology	Description: This is an informal and incomplete guide to the history of evolutionary biology from about 1800 to about 1950. It is maintained by John Alroy. Its main emphases are on the late 19th century and on paleontology. The coverage may become more comprehensive in the near future. Users are welcome to submit comments or suggestions or contributions to the site. The only limits on contributions are that they must follow the site's format and carry your byline. The site's other main features currently are: A timeline of major events between 1800 and 1950; An annotated bibliography of history of biology books; A page of Darwin quotes; A page detailing major 19th century scientific expeditions; Pages for institutions which played a role in the history of evolutionary biology; Minimal biographies of major (and not so major) figures; and a Photo gallery: pages that have photos and little else. The editor is planning to create "famous historical episodes" pages.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.nceas.ucsb.edu/~alroy/lefa/lophodon.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information Unknown. This web site has no formal connection to the University of California, which takes no responsibility for the site or any of the information found on it.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Steven	Brantley	R.											
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U. S. Geological Survey									
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Title: Volcanoes of the United States	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This site includes information on volcanoes within the United States. Special sections with abundant photographs are provided for Hawaii, Alaska and the Cascade Range.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/volcus/titlepage.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Partnerships to Advance Learning in Science						http://www.pals.iastate.edu/index.html			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Douglas	Yarger		Dr	Partnerships to Advance Learning in Science	doug@iastate.edu	ISU Agronomy Building	Ames	IA	50011		515-294-9872		
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Title: Radiation Balance	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology,Physical geography	Description: Radiation Balance challenges students to "become a meteorologist" and make predictions about the relationships among ground cover, time of day, altitude and temperature. It is a simulation of radiation processes in the earth's atmosphere caused by solar, terrestrial, and atmospheric radiation transfer. Students analyze temperature data measured by a balloon (radiosonde) that they "launch" both in the morning and evening over four types of terrain (sand, plowed field, grass or fresh snow). As the balloon is dragged and dropped to various heights in the simulated atmosphere, the temperatures at these altitudes are automatically plotted on a graph. Several temperature profiles may be plotted concurrently to compare differences before clearing the graph.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.pals.iastate.edu/simulations/radiationsim/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1999, PALS, all rights reserved
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Partnerships to Advance Learning in Science						http://www.pals.iastate.edu/index.html			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Douglas	Yarger		Dr	Partnerships to Advance Learning in Science	doug@iastate.edu	ISU Agronomy Building	Ames	IA	50011		515-294-9872		
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Title: Energy Balance	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology	Description: This Java applet simulates the energy intake of our atmosphere during the day and the loss of energy at night. Users can vary the intensity of the sun during the day. A tub of water fills up symbolically showing the energy intake of our atmosphere. At the end of the simulation students are asked to answer several questions.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.pals.iastate.edu/simulations/budgetsim/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1999, PALS, all rights reserved
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Department of Commerce, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)	answers@noaa.gov	14th Street & Constitution Avenue, NW, Room 6013	Washington	DC	20230	http://www.noaa.gov/index.html	202-482-6090	202-482-3154	
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Title: Hurricanes	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology,Natural hazards	Description: This page provides access to a variety of resources about hurricanes. The site contains everything from animations of past hurricanes, to current hurricane predictions, to tutorials on what to do when threatened by a hurricane. There is even a list of hurricane names for 2000-2004. This is a great resource for all types of information on and images of hurricanes.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://hurricanes.noaa.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The information on government servers are in the public domain, unless specifically annotated otherwise, and may be used freely by the public. When any of these materials are used, credit must be given to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric administration/Department of Commerce unless otherwise instructed to give credit to another source.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Ron	Hipschman			The Exploratorium	ronh@exploratorium.edu	3601 Lyon Street	San Francisco	CA	94123	http://www.exploratorium.edu/contactus/index.html	415-397-5673		
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Title: Life Along the Faultline	Keywords: Natural hazards,Structural geology,Geophysics	Description: This site is an exploration of the San Andreas Fault, earthquakes, and seismicity. The information addressed includes a section on the Loma Prieta earthquake, a section on why the Earth shakes, a look at seismic science including a look at plate tectonics and continental drift, the different types of faults, P waves, S waves, love waves, and measuring, monitoring and predicting earthquakes. Also discussed is what causes the destruction behind earthquakes, a section on design techniques for the protection of buildings, highways and bridges, as well as a section on the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Suggested activities that demosntrate some of the concepts are also provided.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.exploratorium.edu/faultline/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The contents of the Site are protected by copyright and trademark laws, and are the property of The Exploratorium. Unless otherwise stated, you may print or download content from this Site for your own informational, educational and/or other non-commercial purposes only, as long as you include the following copyright notice: © The Exploratorium, www.exploratorium.edu. You may not, under any circumstances, reproduce, record, publish, modify, publicly exhibit or distribute any media files made available on this Site without prior written consent from The Exploratorium. Any requests for commercial or journalistic use of the content of the Site should be sent to permissions@exploratorium.edu. You must abide by all additional copyright notices or other restrictions contained in this Site.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				EPA New England, Region 1	r1web.mail@epa.gov	1 Congress Street, Suite 1100	Boston	MA	02114-2023		888-372-7341		
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Title: Magnificent Ground Water Connection	Keywords: Environmental science,Human geography,Hydrology,Ecology	Description: The Magnificent Ground Water Connection is a compilation of ground water-related activities for teaching and learning purposes. The teacher's activity guide is applicable to a wide range of subject matter and the ground water theme is integrated into stories, songs, math, social studies, art and writing. The topics include basic concepts of the water cycle, water distribution, treatment and stewardship. Other subjects include the water cycle and water conservation, New England's ground water resources, ground water contamination and protection. Sections are also available for wetlands, ground water, marine debris, waster, air quality, acid rain, and energy. Users can also access an on-line lending library for educational materials and videos.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.epa.gov/region01/students/teacher/groundw.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this WWW site is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. The U.S. Government retains a nonexclusive, royalty-free license to publish or reproduce these documents, or allow others to do so, for U.S. Government purposes. These documents may be freely distributed and used for non-commercial, scientific and educational purposes. Commercial use of the documents available from this server may be protected under the U.S. and Foreign Copyright Laws. Individual documents on this server may have different copyright conditions, and that will be noted in those documents.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Joseph	Ortiz	D.	Dr	Columbia University, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory	jortiz@ldeo.columbia.edu								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Michael	Passow	J.	Dr	White Plains Middle School	mjpassow@worldnet.att.net								
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Title: Earth 2 Class: Bringing Science to Life in the Class Room	Keywords: Climatology,Environmental science,Hydrology,Physical oceanography	Description: Earth2Class (E2C) is a unique science, math, and technology learning resource for K-12 students, teachers, and administrators. A distance learning site, it provides access to two hour courses via streaming video of lectures by Columbia University's world-renowned Lamont-Doherty research scientists. Drawing on these scientists' expertise, teachers can show students how the science they are learning applies outside the classroom, as well as to other aspects of their studies. The K-12 connection button takes you to a list of workshops provided by E2C, along with their related resources. The distance-learning button takes you to three-week course modules designed to help teachers improve their knowledge and understanding of issues in earth and environmental science. Within the mentoring section, teachers can access lesson plan templates developed using Earth 2 Class related materials and topics.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.earth2class.org/index.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Columbia University, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory	director@ldeo.columbia.edu	P.O. Box 1000, 61 Route 9W	Palisades	NY	10964-1000	http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/what/contacts/contacts.html	845-359-2900	845-359-2931	
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Title: Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University	Keywords: Biology,Climatology,Environmental science,Physical oceanography	Description: The Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory is a research division of Columbia University dedicated to understanding how the planet Earth works. Included in this page are the various areas of research the observatory is conducting. This includes research on the oceans climate and environment, solid Earth, and life/biology. A link to data repositories for each of these areas of study is also included. This includes data on borehole research, core repository, climate data library, earthquake strong motion, and coastal upwelling.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): Office of ground Water and Drinking Water				U.S. Environmental Protection Agency	http://www.epa.gov/safewater/index.html	Ariel Rios Building, 1200 Pennsylvania Ave., NW	Washington, DC		20460-0003		202-260-5543		
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Title: Ground Water and Drinking Water, Kid's Stuff	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: This site offers classroom activities, experiments, games, and links to other educational resources on drinking and groundwater for kids and teachers. Classroom activities are organized by grade levels and includes the Water Sourcebook Series that explains how the water management cycle affects every aspect of our environment. Experiments and activities cover pollution issues, aquifers, watersheds and water treatment. The games section offers fun facts and activities such as word searches, water myths and realities, and an interactive water treatment path. The Kid's Health page is a web-based version of the EPA brochure on Children and Drinking Water Standards and a link to water quality reports by watershed, nation-wide. One of the word search games is also available in Spanish.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.epa.gov/safewater/kids/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): David	Barthlemey			Minerals Database	dbarthelmy@webmineral.com								
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Title: Minerals by Chemical Composition	Keywords: Chemistry,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: After selecting one of the elements from the Periodic Table, users are taken to a page listing minerals which contain the chosen element. Some of the listings begin with information about the element, including atomic mass, atomic number, name origins, year discovered, who discovered it, additional remarks, and a list of naturally occurring isotopes. Following this is a table which lists each mineral species which contains the element. This includes the percentage of the element within the mineral, the mineral name, and it's chemical formula. Users can also receive additional information on each of the minerals, including their composition, chemical and empirical formula, classification, crystallography, and physical and optical properties.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://web.wt.net/~daba/Mineral/chemical.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1998, 1999, 2000 by David Barthelmy
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Alexander	Hoelzel		Dr	Alexander Hoelzel	hoelzel.mineral@t-online.de	Ulmenring 11	D-55270 Ober-Olm		Germany		49 (0) 6136 89 888		
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Title: Systematic Mineralogy	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: The databases ChemNIST, ChemPDF and MDAT contain more than 300,000 records for mineral identification using quantitative chemical analysis data. ChemPDF includes 30,000 calculated patterns from ICSD database and X-ray diffraction data. ChemNIST enables you to identify a compound by using the quantitative chemical information in conjunction with crystal chemical groups. MDAT is primarily used to identify minerals by using all types of analytical data obtained from mineral samples. It contains the most important chemical, physical, optical and X-ray diffraction data available anywhere for all of the approximately 4,200 minerals known to exist. The literature section of the current version of MDAT contains approximately 73,000 references. Demonstration versions are available for free download.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.hoelzel-min.com/index.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Dan	Hogan			ScienceDaily Magazine	editor@sciencedaily.com.	14904 Talking Rock Court	North Potomac	MD	20892-2428		877-892-0235		
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Title: Earth and Climate News Headlines	Keywords: Climatology,Environmental science	Description: ScienceDaily is an online magazine devoted to science, technology, and medicine. This is the home page for the Earth and Climate News section of ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily is unique in that the magazine's articles are selected from news releases submitted by leading universities and other research organizations around the world. Each news release is posted in its original form, with a contact name and link to the organization's home page. In addition, ScienceDaily offers links to major science media and other sources of science news on the Internet, as well as a collection of interesting science-related sites aimed at helping web surfers in their online explorations. Readers can also browse and participate in more than 300 science newsgroups, which offer lively discussions on various topics as well as subscribe to free weekly e-mail bulletins that summarize the top science news stories of the past week.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.sciencedaily.com/news/earth_headlines.asp
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16;17	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: All content on ScienceDaily Magazine is protected by copyright either by ScienceDaily or its contributors, partners, and sponsors. In general, no one may reproduce any of the content, either in print or electronic form, without prior permission from the owner(s). If you wish to include ScienceDaily's headlines in your site, you may freely reproduce such headlines provided that you include the appropriate links to the corresponding articles on ScienceDaily's web server and mention ScienceDaily as the source of these links. ScienceDaily's articles are adapted from news releases issued by their respective institutions. These releases are intended for journalists and other members of the public. If you wish to quote from any part of an article, we suggest that you credit the issuing institution as the original source of the news release, in addition to mentioning ScienceDaily as the source of any link to the corresponding article on our server.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Elizabeth	Keller			Extreme Science.com	webmaster@extremescience.com					http://extremescience.com/index.htm			
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Title: Lechuguilla Cave	Keywords: Geochemistry,Geology	Description: Lechuguilla Cave, Carlsbad, New Mexico holds the record for being the deepest cave in the United States. Currently, 97.8 miles of Lechuguilla have been explored and mapped, with no end in sight. This site provides a wealth of information on caves in general as well as a virtual tour and 3D animation of Lechuguilla Cave.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.extremescience.com/Lechuigillainfo.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, Elizabeth Keller. All Rights Reserved. Extreme Science is a Registered Trademark.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Locke	Stuart			National Aeronautic and Space Administration	lstuart@ltpmail.gsfc.nasa.gov	33/G125E	Greenbelt	MD	20771		301-614-6011		
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Title: The Adventure of Echo the Bat: Student's Site, Teacher's Guide	Keywords: Biology,Physics,Technology	Description: The Adventure of Echo the Bat is an interactive web site featuring an Interactive Adventure and Teacher's Guide which combine to introduce students to remote sensing and biodiversity from a constructivist approach. The Teacher's Guide contains classroom activities and lesson plans that provide a structure to integrate the interactive adventure into the classroom. The activities introduce concepts basic to the understanding of remote sensing including understanding light and an introduction to the electromagnetic spectrum. The Adventure engages students in exploring concepts of remote sensing and biodiversity. After completing the Adventure, these concepts are reinforced back in the classroom with hands-on activities provided in the Teacher's Guide. The subjects touched on include interpreting satellite images, what are electromagnetic waves, electromagnetic waves have different wavelengths, what color is, primary colors of light, introducing the electromagnetic spectrum, how satellites work, what are satellites, and habitats and biodiversity.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://imagers.gsfc.nasa.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information on this site is in the public domain, except where copyright is otherwise indicated. You may use NASA imagery (including Internet screen captures), video, and audio material for educational or informational purposes, including photo collections, textbooks, public exhibits and Internet Web pages. The NASA material must not explicitly or implicitly convey NASA's endorsement of commercial goods or services. If a NASA image includes an identifiable person, using the image may infringe that person's right of privacy or publicity, and permission should be obtained from the person. You may link to NASA pages provided the link you design is strictly for information and does not convey NASA's implicit or explicit endorsement of any goods or services you might be offering. You may not put the NASA logo on your personal Web page, even to use as a link back to the NASA Home Page. Check with NASA Public Services Division for questions about commercial use.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Deane	Kensok			ESRI	dkensok@esri.com	380 New York Street	Redlands	CA	92373-8100	http://www.esri.com/hazards/			
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Title: ESRI and FEMA's Project Impact	Keywords: Natural hazards,Physical geography	Description: Through the Project Impact initiative, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) have formed a National Partnership in part aimed at providing multi-hazard maps and information to U.S. residents, business owners, schools, community groups, and local governments via the Internet. The primary attraction of this portal to geographic knowledge is the online Hazard Map, a interactive mapping tool which enables visitors to generate a map of their area of interest simply by entering a zip code, city name or Congressional District and selecting from several hazard types: flood, earthquakes, hail storm, hurricane, tornado, or wind storm.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.esri.com/hazards/index.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © ESRI June 7, 1999. We request that you not alter the image and that you provide proper attribution for the image (e.g. "Map image provided courtesy of ESRI" or "Map image produced at ESRI/FEMA Project Impact Hazard Site").
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Richard	Alexander	B.		U.S. Geological Survey, National Water Quality Assessment Program	ralex@usgs.gov	413 National Center	Reston	VA	20192		703-648-6869		
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Title: Data from Selected U.S. Geological Survey National Stream Water-Quality Monitoring Networks (WQN), USGS Digital Data Series DDS-37	Keywords: Geochemistry,Hydrology	Description: WQN database contains water-quality and streamflow data collected at 679 NASQAN and HBN stations in the United States. The water-quality data include 63 physical, chemical, and biological properties analyzed during more than 60,000 stream visits using relatively consistent sampling and analytical methods. The water-quality data reflect sampling over a wide range of streamflow conditions. Supporting information identifies and describes the water-quality and streamflow stations, water-quality constituents, and the methods, remarks, laboratories, sample collection agencies, and the laboratory measurement accuracy associated with the WQN data.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://water.usgs.gov/pubs/dds/wqn96/index.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on their site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law. You are welcome to make a link to any of the Web pages USGS has published on the Internet. There is no need to request permission. Use of the USGS visual identifier (logo) is restricted to official publications. USGS will identify material they use from sources outside of USGS, and request others do the same when using information published by USGS. Credit can be provided by including on the page (or via a link to a credits page) a citation such as: Credit: U. S. Geological Survey, U. S. Geological Survey/photo by Jane Doe (if the artist is known), USGS/Ft. Collins, CO (if originating office but not the artist is known).
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Kate	Reilly			Give Water A Hand	klreilly@facstaff.wisc.edu	216 Agriculture Hall, 1450 Linden Drive	Madison	WI	53706		800-928-3720	608-265-9203	
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Title: Give Water a Hand	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: Give Water A Hand is a national watershed education program designed to involve young people in local environmental service projects. Following the steps in the Give Water A Hand Action Guide, your youth group or class plans and completes a community service project to protect and improve water resources. The free action guide is available for download here. Give Water A Hand program activities are presented in two publications: the youth Action Guide and the Leader Guidebook for youth leaders and teachers. These are easy-to-follow, illustrated guides that show how to organize and carry out effective action-oriented projects. A Spanish version is also offered.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.uwex.edu/erc/gwah/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright (C) 1997, the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Staff				Space Applications International Corporation Information Services	kyocum@hq.nasa.gov		Vienna	VA					
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Title: How NASA Studies Water	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Chemical oceanography,Climatology,Environmental science,Hydrology,Technology,Biology	Description: Part of NASA’s Earth Science Enterprise (ESE) “For Kids Only” complex of K-12 educational websites, “How NASA Studies Water” is a portal to satellite monitoring information about the global water cycle. The site links to three special projects/missions that deal specifically with water: SeaWiFS, Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM), and El Nino. The Sea-viewing Wide Field-of-view Sensor (SeaWiFS) Project provides Earth scientists with information about the ocean's fertility. The TRMM satellite measures how much rain is falling at any given time around the tropics so that scientists can better predict weather patterns. NASA scientists takes part in a number of international projects aimed at better understanding the causes and effects of El Nino, an abnormal warming of surface ocean waters in the eastern tropical Pacific. El Nino, Making Sense of the Weather explains the damages and changes that El Nino causes in the weather in language geared to students in grades 6-12.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://kids.earth.nasa.gov/water.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: NASA Copyright Notification GENERAL CONDITIONS: NASA materials may not be used to state or imply the endorsement by NASA or by any NASA employee of a commercial product, service or activity, or used in any other manner that might mislead. NASA should be acknowledged as the source of its material. It is unlawful to falsely claim copyright or other rights in NASA material. NASA shall in no way be liable for any costs, expenses, claims or demands arising out of use of NASA's cassettes and photographs by a recipient's distributees. .PHOTOGRAPHY: Photographs are not protected by copyright unless noted. If copyrighted, permission should be obtained from the copyright owner prior to use. If not copyrighted, photographs may be reproduced and distributed without further permission from NASA. If a recognizable person appears in a photograph, use for commercial purposes may infringe a right of privacy or publicity and permission should be obtained from the recognizable person.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Datasurge Co.,	contact@data-surge.com	70 Autran Ave	North Andover	MA	01845		978-664-0258	978-664-0269	
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Title: Geo Index: Geo-Environmental Search Engine	Keywords: Environmental science,Geology,Hydrology,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: GeoIndex is a powerful search engine developed, owned and maintained by the Datasurge Company for the Geo-Environmental professional. The areas covered by this search engine are: geotechnical, environmental, hydrogeology, geology, mining, and petroleum. This is a continuously growing service. The information available is broken down into four different categories: Companies, Associations, Education, and Government.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geoindex.com/geoindex/index.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1997-1998 Datasurge Co., All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania Spatial Data Access	pasda@psu.edu						814-863-0104		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Maurie	Kelly			Pennsylvania State University, Environmental Resources Research Institute	mck4@psu.edu	0128 Land & Water Research	University Park	PA	16802	http://www.personal.psu.edu/staff/m/c/mck4/	814-863-0104	814-865-3378	
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Title: PASDA Pennsylvania Spatial Data Access: The Pennsylvania Geospatial Data Clearinghouse	Keywords: Agricultural science,Environmental science,Geology,Physical geography,Technology	Description: Pennsylvania Spatial Data Access, PASDA, is the State Geospatial Data clearinghouse for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. PASDA is also a National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) Clearinghouse node that provides free public access to geospatial data and metadata via the World Wide Web. PASDA supports search, display, and retrieval of GIS data, imagery, such as satellite images and aerial photographs, and metadata related to Pennsylvania. In addition to GIS data sets, PASDA also provides GIS tutorials, an extensive FAQ, information about metadata, and an online metadata entry form.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.pasda.psu.edu/flash.shtml
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Center for Great Lakes Environmental Education	info@greatlakesed.org	PO Box 56	Buffalo	NY	14205-0056		716-878-3175	716-885-5292	
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Title: Center for Great Lakes Environmental Education	Keywords: Environmental science	Description: The Center for Great Lakes Environmental Education is an informational resource designed to provide access to Great Lakes educational material, as well as to identify, and address teacher training needs. This web site is a first step to provide educators, both formal and non-formal, with centralized access to educational information on the Great Lakes - St. Lawrence basin electronically. The Directory of Great Lakes Education Material includes books, audio-visual and instructional materials, newsletters and other educational resources, compiled as a result of a monumental effort of surveying and interviewing over 5,000 educators and producers of educational materials. Sources of additional Great Lakes programs such as grant foundations and resource centers, are also listed alphabetically.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.greatlakesed.org/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Department of Defense, U.S. Naval Observatory, Astronomical Applications Department	help@aa.usno.navy.mil	3450 Massachusetts Avenue NW	Washington	DC	20392-5420	http://aa.usno.navy.mil/index.html	202-762-1617	202-762-1612	
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Title: U.S. Naval Observatory Astronomical Applications Department	Keywords: Space science	Description: The Astronomical Applications Department of the United States Naval Observatory provides access to astronomical data, This includes information on sunrise, sunset, moonrise, moonset and twilight, moon illumination - phases of the moon and fraction of the moon illuminated, eclipses - recent and upcoming eclipses of the sun and moon, a lunar eclipse computer, positions of the sun and moon, data for solar system bodies and bright stars - celestial navigation data and orbital elements of asteroids, dates of Earth's seasons - equinoxes and solstices. Also included is a section on the current research activities of the department, and a frequently asked questions section which provides information on the phenomena of the sun and the moon, time, calendars and historical events, and computing astronomical phenomena.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://aa.usno.navy.mil/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on these pages is considered public information and may be distributed or copied in a reasonable manner. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credits is required.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Utah Education Network	resources@uen.org	101 Wasatch Drive, Suite 215	Salt Lake City	UT	84112	http://www.uen.org/			
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Title: Utah's Education Network (UEN) Internet Stream Links	Keywords: Geology,Hydrology,Mathematics,Physics	Description: This page acts as a springboard to a few activities that address the Utah 8th grade science core. The fluvial geomorphology section has three activities for stream erosion and deposition and for creating a watershed, photos of stream landforms that were formed in the University of Nebraska's laboratory with a stream table, and definitions, descriptions, and photos for alluvial fans, braided stream systems, and meandering stream systems. Another section on measuring the motion of objects, offers a lesson plan for canoe racing and how to measure time and distance, graph the variables and calculate velocity. A third section on boat design is entitled Designing a Boat that Will Optimize Bouyant Force and Provide the Greatest Cargo Weight to Boat Weight Ratio. This is a lesson plan for constructing a boat that will optimize buoyant force. This is done in the context of the Lewis and Clark expedition and also has some great math integration.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.uen.org/stream/html/eighth.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: All rights reserved, Utah Education Network
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Bruce	Webb			International Commission on Water Quality	B.W.Webb@exeter.ac.uk								
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Title: International Commission on Water Quality	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: The International Commission on Water Quality (ICWQ) is responsible for promoting the advancement of the water quality of hydrological systems, including assessment and management. This goal is accomplished informally through communications among interested members and participants, and through organized technology transfer activities such as workshops on topical issues and symposia at which scientists present their results in oral and poster sessions and in the accompanying publication, International Association of Hydrological Sciences Journal (IAHS), of the proceedings. This site offers information on the commission, including the role of the commission, and officers and activities. There is also a section on Freshwater Pollution and Health, which contains links to outside organizations on water quality and health. These include links to information on environmental issues including pollution, toxins, nutrient loading, and transportation and research leading to solutions in surface freshwater and groundwater. Also included are links on disease, including sanitation, and health and water quality dealing mainly with waterborne disease - viral, bacterial, and parasitic.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ex.ac.uk/~BWWebb/icwq/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Centers for Environmental Prediction	answers@noaa.gov	14th Street & Constitution Avenue, NW, Room 6013	Washington	DC	20230		202-482-6090	202-482-3154	
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Title: National Centers for Environmental Prediction	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology,Natural hazards	Description: The National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) provide timely, accurate and continually improving worldwide forecast guidance products. They maintain a current database of meteorological and hydrological data, historical data, and written information generated by the National Weather Service or received from other official sources. In addition, this site provides real-time access to a selection of current official weather observations, forecasts, and warnings from the United States government sources for use by the national and international community. This site provides access to the Office of the Director, as well as the nine national NCEP centers: the Aviation Weather Center - provides aviation warnings and forecasts of hazardous flight conditions at all levels within domestic an international air space, the Climate Prediction Center - monitors and forecasts short-term climate fluctuations and provides guidance information the long-term global effects climate patterns can have on the nation, the Environmental Modeling Center - develops and improves numerical weather, climate, hydrological and oceanic predictions, the Hydrometeorological Prediction Center - contains quantitative precipitation forecasts to five days, the NCEP Central Operations, the Marine Prediction Center - issues weather warnings and forecast to five days, the Space Environment Center - provides space weather alerts and warnings for disturbances, the Storm Prediction Center - provides tornado and severe weather watches for the United States, and the Tropical Prediction Center - provides forecasts of the movement and strength of tropical weather systems and issues the appropriate watches and warnings.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ncep.noaa.gov/index.shtml
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The information on government servers are in the public domain, unless specifically annotated otherwise, and may be used freely by the public. Before using information obtained from this server special attention should be given to the date & time of the data and products being displayed. This information shall not be modified in content and then presented as official government material. As required by 17 U.S.C. 403, third parties producing copyrighted works consisting predominantly of the material appearing in NWS Web pages must provide notice with such work(s) identifying the NWS material incorporated and stating that such material is not subject to copyright protection.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Cornell University, Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences	gis@geology.cornell.edu	Snee Hall,	Ithaca	NY	14853-1504		(607) 255-5267		
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Title: Interactive Mapping and Data Analysis	Keywords: Geology,Structural geology	Description: This site provides direct access to digital data sets using a web-based application tool. The main goal is to develop an information system for the entire globe, however, there are regions of special interest, such as the Middle East, North Africa, and the United States, where more detailed data sets can be found. Data covering geography, geology, geophyscis, images, and the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty are offered via the Geoscience Interactive Database tool developed by the Institute for the Study of the Continents (INSTOC) and the Department of Geological Sciences at Cornell University.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://atlas.geo.cornell.edu/ima.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 2001 INSTOC
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Linda	McNeely		Ms	NASA	mcneely@daac.gsfc.nasa.gov	Goddard Space Center	Greenbelt	MD					
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Title: Geomorphology from Space	Keywords: Space science,Geology	Description: Geomorphology from Space is an out of print 1986 NASA publication edited by Nicholas M. Short, Sr. and Robert W. Blair, Jr. designed for use by the remote sensing science and educational communities to study landforms and landscapes. The core of this book is a gallery of space imagery consisting of 237 plates, each treating a geographic region where a particular landform theme is exemplified. Commentary, photographs, locator maps, and sometimes a geologic map accompany each plate.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://daac.gsfc.nasa.gov/DAAC_DOCS/geomorphology/GEO_HOME_PAGE.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): H. Robert	Burger		Dr	Smith College, Department of Geology	rburger@science.smith.edu		Northampton	MA					
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Title: Keck Consortium Structual Geology Slide Set	Keywords: Structural geology	Description: The Keck Geology Consortium Structural Geology Slide Set was compiled by H. Robert Burger, Smith College with the support of the W. M. Keck Foundation, Los Angeles. The database was developed by the Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada. The CD-ROM comprises 100 high resolution photographs of structural features ranging from microscopic to aerial photograph scale. This web site provides a preview of the set (at a significantly lower resolution). It is intended for teaching use.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.science.ubc.ca/~eoswr/slidesets/keck/index.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The copyright of the images remains with the photographer listed.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, Earthquake Hazards Program	webmaster@ehznorth.wr.usgs.gov								
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Title: Earthquake Hazards Program - Northern California	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards,Geophysics,Structural geology	Description: This site offers information on earthquakes and earthquake preparedness for the Northern California region, the United States and the World. Included is information on recent earthquakes, including real-time maps of recent earthquake activity in California, the United States and the world. This includes seismograms and activity reports. The section on general earthquake information provides information on earthquake basics, which includes geological and historical information, educational materials, a tutorial on how earthquake locations are determined, a glossary, and Ask a Geologist. The section on hazards and preparedness includes shaking hazard and intensity maps, effect of soil type on shaking hazard, an index of large earthquakes, and information on floods, tsunamis, volcanoes, landslides, wildlife disease and wildfire. There are also links to additional web sites on Earthquakes, a section on earthquake research, and a frequently asked questions section.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://quake.wr.usgs.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Ocean Service, Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services	webmaster@co-ops.nos.noaa.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Steve	Lyles			National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Ocean Service, Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services, Products and Services, N/CS44	Stephen.Lyles@noaa.gov	Attn: Water Levels, 1305 East-West Highway	Silver Spring	MD	20910-3281	http://co-ops.nos.noaa.gov/contact.html	301-713-2877 x 176	301-713-4437	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Thomas	Bethem	D.		National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Ocean Service, Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services, National PORTS Program	Thomas.Bethem@noaa.gov	1305 East West Highway	Silver Spring	MD	20910	http://co-ops.nos.noaa.gov/contact.html	301-713-2806 x104	301-713-4392	
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Title: National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA): Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services	Keywords: Climatology,Physical oceanography	Description: The Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services (CO-OPS) collects, analyzes and distributes historical and real-time observations and predictions of water levels, coastal currents and other meteorological and oceanographic data. The majority of these data are available on-line. This is part of an integrated National Ocean Service program supporting safe maritime navigation, more productive water-borne commerce, and the needs of the National Weather Service, coastal zone management, engineering and surveying communities. Included is information on the major United States ports, including the San Francisco Bay, New York/New Jersey Harbor, Houston/Galveston, Tampa Bay, Chesapeake Bay, Narragansett Bay, Soo Locks, and Los Angeles/Long Beach. Also included is U.S. tide prediction data, benchmark sheets, publications, and important notices to Mariners.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://co-ops.nos.noaa.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on these pages is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credits is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): David	Barthelmy				dbarthelmy@webmineral.com								
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Title: Minerals Arranged by the New Dana Classification	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This site offers hyperlinked tables of mineral species is based on Dana's New Mineralogy classification system.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://webmineral.com/danaclass.shtml
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1998, 1999, 2000 by David Barthelmy
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): David	Barthelmy				dbarthelmy@webmineral.com								
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Title: Minerals arranged by the Struntz Classification System	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This page presents information on the chemical formula, crystal class and space group of individual mineral species using the Struntz (structural) classification system as the organizing principal. This site is part of a large mineral database containing more than 5,000 web pages of mineral data and images.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://webmineral.com/strunz.shtml
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1998, 1999, 2000 by David Barthelmy
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): David	Barthelmy				dbarthelmy@webmineral.com								
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Title: Mineral Properties	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This is a listing of mineral species arranged by physical and optical properties. Users can search under a number of different properties. These include: hardness, streak and luster, density, cleavage and fracture, refractive index, and color. Once a mineral is found, a more complete listing of its properties can be accessed. This includes chemical formula, composition, empirical formula, dana and strunz class, axial ratios, cell dimensions, crystallography, density, diaphaniety, and optical data. Users can also search for minerals by crystallography, x-ray spacing, or name. A link to mineral images is also available.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://webmineral.com/determin.shtml
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1998, 1999, 2000 by David Barthelmy
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): David	Barthelmy				dbarthelmy@webmineral.com								
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Title: Alphabetical Listing of Mineral Species	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This is an alphabetical listing of more than 4,200 mineral species. Next to each name are the chemical formula and the origin of the name. Users can also access more specific information on the mineral such as composition, empirical formula, classification, crystallography, cleavage, color, density, diaphaneity, hardness, luster, streak, and optical properties.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://webmineral.com/Alphabetical_Listing.shtml
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1998, 1999, 2000 by David Barthelmy
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of Washington, Geophysics Department		Box 351650	Seattle	WA	98195-1650		206-543-1190		
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Title: Tsunami!	Keywords: Natural hazards,Physical oceanography	Description: A general introduction to tsunamis including information about the mechanisms of tsunami generation and propagation, the impact of tsunamis on humankind, and the Tsunami Warning System. Sections include information on what tsunami means, how earthquakes, landslides, volcanic eruptions and meteorites generate tsunamis, and what happens when a tsunami approaches and encounters land. Also included is information on past and recent tsunami activity, a fact sheet on what to do if threatened by a tsunami, as well as links to the Tsunami Warning System and related sites. Users can also find information on tsunami research centers and projects.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geophys.washington.edu/tsunami/welcome.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Peter	Mouginis-Mark			University of Hawaii	pmm@higp.hawaii.edu	2525 Correa Road	Honolulu	HI	96822		808-956-3147		
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Title: NASA Volcanology Projects (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Environmental science,Geology,Natural hazards	Description: The National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA) Earth Observing System Interdisciplinary Science Volcanology team provides assessments of active volcanism, volcanic hazards, and volcanic inputs to the atmosphere. This page provides information about their current research activities. Information is provided on the following volcanoes: Fernandina in the Galapagos Islands, Kilauea in Hawaii, Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines and Piton de la Fournaise on Reunion Island. An introduction to each volcano is provided, as well as photos and satellite images of eruptions, geology and geography, and various types of lava flows. Also included are the individual areas of study. These include eruption cloud dynamics, atmospheric emissions, thermal measurements, topographic measurements, volcanic hazards, distribution of rock units, geologic mapping, and surface volcanism.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://eos.higp.hawaii.edu/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): T.	Dalbot			United States Environmental Protection Agency		Mail Code 4503F 401 M Street SW	Washington	DC	20460		202-260-3697		
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Title: Index of Watershed Indicators	Keywords: Hydrology,Environmental science,Ecology	Description: The Index of Watershed Indicators is a compilation of information on the health of aquatic resources in the United States. The Index looks at a variety of indicators that point to whether rivers, lakes, streams, wetlands and coastal areas are well or ailing and whether activities on the surrounding lands that affect our waters are placing them at risk. Included is a section that provides national maps, fact sheets and data documentation. Subjects within this section include: watershed characterization or condition, indicators of source water condition, contaminated sediments, ambient water quality - toxics and conventional -, wetland loss index, aquatic/wetland species at risk, toxic loads over permit limits, conventional loads over permit limits, urban runoff potential, agricultural runoff potential, population change, hydrologic modification from dams, estuarine pollution susceptibility index, and atmospheric deposition. Other maps and fact sheets include soil permeability, risk of ground water nitrate contamination, and number of impaired waters. Users can also locate their watershed, and access the watershed atlas, which provides a catalog of information to aid in watershed protection and restoration.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.epa.gov/iwi/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: These documents may be freely distributed and used for non commercial purposes
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Kensaku	Tamaki			University of Tokyo, Ocean Research Institute	tamaki@ori.u-tokyo.ac.jp	1-15-1 Minamidai	Tokyo		164	http://manbow.ori.u-tokyo.ac.jp/tamaki-html/myhome.html	81-3-5351-6443		Japan
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Title: Plate Motion Calculator	Keywords: Geology,Structural geology	Description: This Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo website publishes interactive plate motion calculators based on three different models: NUVEL-1 Relative Plate Motion Model, NUVEL-1A Relative Plate Motion Model, and HS2-NUVEL1 Absolute Plate Motion Model. Visitors select plates from a drop down list, input latitude and longitude, and press a button to execute the calculation. The calculator returns the velocity and direction of the moving plate.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://triton.ori.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~intridge/pmc/plate_motion.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Terry	Acomb			University of Cincinnati, Department of Geology	acombty@hotmail.com	500 Geology/Physics Bldg.	Cincinnati	OH	45221-0013	http://www.uc.edu/geology/geologylist/photo.html			
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Title: A Geologists Lifetime Field List	Keywords: Geology,Structural geology,Natural hazards	Description: This site offers a list of essential or desirable locations for geologists or travelers to visit. It contains many of the interesting geological wonders of the world, with links for most of them. Other interesting natural phenomena are also presented. There are a variety of places or events listed. Some of those listed include: volcanoes, glaciers, geysers, anorthosite complex, slot canyon, varves, the Grand Canyon, Meteor Crater, the Great Barrier Reef, Devil’s Tower, Telescope Peak, the Great Rift Valley and Siccar Point.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.uc.edu/geology/geologylist/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Charles	Berberich	W.		American Water Works Association	cberberi@awwa.org	6666 West Quincy Avenue	Denver	CO	80235		303-794-7711	303-794-7310	
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Title: Blue Thumb and Drinking Water Week	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: The Blue Thumb Project was a campaign to raise public awareness and understanding of drinking water issues and to motivate individuals, communities, and companies to make water-responsible choices. Although the project is discontinued, the resources it developed are still available on-line. Blue Thumb kits from 1998 and 1997 offer facts on water use, a list of water tips and tricks, information on watersheds, activities for kids, and and a section of questions and answers.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.awwa.org/bluethum.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1997 American Water Works Association (AWWA). All rights reserved. AWWA encourages use of material from its World Wide Web pages,within the provisions of its Internet Materials Use Guidelines.The content of this web site is published by AWWA and is protected by the copyright laws of the United States. No material appearing on this web site may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any media (electronic,photocopying, recording, or otherwise) without prior written permission of the publisher. The request should be submitted to: Copyright Permissions, American Water Works Association, 6666 W. Quincy Ave., Denver, Colorado 80235, Fax: (303) 794-7310. A written response either granting or denying a copyright request will be forwarded as soon as possible (typically within five working days). If granted, the response will include the citation to be used when crediting AWWA. For additional information or clarification of AWWA copyright policies, call (303) 347-6182
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Alexander	Evans			U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Western Mapping Center	aevans@usgs.gov	345 Middelfield Road	Menlo Park	CA	94025				
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Title: Lake Tahoe Data Clearinghouse	Keywords: Geology,Hydrology,Physical geography	Description: Created and maintained by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in partnership with federal, state, tribal, and local agencies and groups, this is a major gateway to information and data on Lake Tahoe and its basin. The primary goal of this clearinghouse is to facilitate the coordination of research, monitoring, and environmental management activities in the Lake Tahoe Basin, and to ensure the widest possible access to data and information resulting from such activities. Users have access to a wide range of data and GIS products. Examples include: high quality digital maps for the Lake Tahoe area (including Tahoe hydrography, roads, vegetation cover, forests, timber, soils), digital orthophoto quadrangles, and digital elevation models. Some of the data resides on the USGS server at the Western Mapping Center, Menlo Park, California. The bulk of the data and information, located in databases maintained by the partnering agencies, is accessible via hypertext links.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://tahoe.usgs.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on their site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law. You are welcome to make a link to any of the Web pages USGS has published on the Internet. There is no need to request permission. Use of the USGS visual identifier (logo) is restricted to official publications. USGS will identify material they use from sources outside of USGS, and request others do the same when using information published by USGS. Credit can be provided by including on the page (or via a link to a credits page) a citation such as: Credit: U. S. Geological Survey, U. S. Geological Survey/photo by Jane Doe (if the artist is known), USGS/Ft. Collins, CO (if originating office but not the artist is known).
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Department of Agriculture, United States Forest Service, Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit	mailroom_r5_lake_tahoe_basin@fs.fed.us	870 Emerald Bay Road, Suite 1	South Lake Tahoe	CA	96150	http://www.r5.fs.fed.us/ltbmu/graphics/visitor_center/contact/index.htm	530-573-2600		
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Title: Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit Presidential Actions: Pre-Publication Watershed Assessment	Keywords: Biology,Ecology,Environmental science,Geology,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: This web site contains the Pre-Publication Watershed Assessment from the Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit (LTBMU), part of the U.S.D.A. Forest Service's national network of public lands. The Pre-Publication Watershed Assessment is a comprehensive watershed assessment of the Lake Tahoe basin. It was made available on February 16, 2000. The entire assessment is available for viewing or for download from this site. You can view the Executive Summary of the Watershed Assessment or you can view each of the individual chapters. Each chapter and appendix has been broken down into a separate file due to the large size of the document.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.r5.fs.fed.us/ltbmu/graphics/pres_actions/commitments/watershed_assess/wa/index.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this WWW site is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Whitehall Geogroup, earthmaps.com	earthmaps@earthmaps.com	107 Whitetail Road	Whitehall	MT	59759	http://www.mcn.net/~hanneman/index.htm	406-287-5408	406-287-5408	
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Title: Earthmaps.com	Keywords: Geology,Mineralogy or petrology,Physical geography	Description: This is the home page for Earthmaps.com. The primary objective of this site is to provide access to variety of earth science data, books, and map tools from many individuals, companies, and organizations. The service is free, but the books, data products, maps and tools are for sale. Earthmaps.com provides a short description of the products available, along with a link to the vendor. This site also contains an exercise on sedimentary and igneous rocks.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.earthmaps.com/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				California Institute of Technology, NASA/JPL, PO.DAAC	podaac@podaac.jpl.nasa.gov	4800 Oak Grove Dr.	Pasadena	CA	91109				
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Title: Physical Oceanography Distributed Active Archive Center	Keywords: Climatology,Environmental science,Geology,Physical oceanography	Description: The Physical Oceanography Distributed Active Archive Center (PO.DAAC), an element of the Earth Observing System Data Information System (EOSDIS), is responsible for archiving and distributing data relevant to the physical state of the ocean. Most of the products available at the PO.DAAC were obtained from satellites and are intended for use in oceanographic and interdisciplinary scientific research. However, a limited number of educational products are also available.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: All PO.DAAC holdings are free of charge to scientists, educators and the community at large. However, any products freely obtained from the PO.DAAC may not be redistributed for profit. When PO.DAAC data are used in a publication, we request that the following acknowledgement be given: "These data were obtained from the NASA Physical Oceanography Distributed Active Archive Center at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology". We also request a reprint of any papers or reports published using data from the JPL PO.DAAC. Information and images on the PO.DAAC web site can be freely used by the public without restriction. Whenever any materials from the web site are used, please give proper acknowledgement. A suggested format is as follows: "Information [and images] on [SUBJECT] obtained from the Internet on-line information page (http://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/) maintained by the NASA PO.DAAC at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, [Month, Year]."
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	mmoreno@usgs.gov								
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Title: Plate Tectonic Animations	Keywords: Geology,Structural geology	Description: This is a collection of thirteen brief plate tectonic animations that were originally produced for the US Geological Survey video Secrets in Stone. They have been converted to animated gifs for web display.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www2.nature.nps.gov/grd/usgsnps/animate/pltecan.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: You may use these animations for any educational purpose, we simply request that you cite the US Geological Survey as their source
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	mmoreno@usgs.gov								
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Title: Geology Potpourri - Animations	Keywords: Geology,Atmospheric science,Space science	Description: This is a small collection of short animations that were originally produced for US Geological Survey videos. They have been converted to animated gifs for web display.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www2.nature.nps.gov/grd/usgsnps/animate/mpegs.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: You may use these animations for any educational purpose, we simply request that you cite the US Geological Survey as their source.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey	mmoreno@usgs.gov								
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Title: Geology of Hydrocarbons	Keywords: Geology,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web site provides animated gifs on hydrocarbons - oil, natural gas and goal. The videos show the geological development and location of each, and the differences between each in CO2 emissions. Links are also provided to plate tectonics and geology animated gifs pages.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www2.nature.nps.gov/grd/usgsnps/oilgas/oilgas.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: You may use these animations for any educational purpose; we simply request that you cite the US Geological Survey as their source.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Environmental Resources Information Center (ERIC) Clearinghouse	ericse@osu.edu	Ohio State University, 1929 Kenny Road	Columbus	OH	43210-1080		800-276-0462	614-292-0263	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Jeremy	Monnett			Educating Young People About Water									
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Title: Educating Young People About Water	Keywords: Educational theory and practice,Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: Educating Young People About Water is a website for obtaining materials designed to help develop a community based, water education program that targets youth and links key community members. There are three guidebooks: A Guide to Program Planning and Evaluation, A Guide to Unique Program Strategies, and A Guide to Goals and Resources. The last guide is searchable on-line with more than 100 curricula summaries and checklists by grade level or topic. The guidebooks are five dollars each or can be downloaded from the site, and the 100 curricula materials are generally low cost or free. There is also a video available for eleven dollars that illustrates concepts explored in workshops where participants learn to design a community-based, youth water program. The video comes with a Program Leader Workshop Guide that explains how to conduct a workshop and use the materials in local planning session.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.uwex.edu/erc/eypaw/index.html
Learning Context: 17	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright (C) 1996, the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents. All rights reserved. Visit http://www.uwex.edu/ces/copyright.html#Appendix 3: for the entire description. Transmission by computer of a work or copy of a work is a distribution of that work. Such transmission can, therefore, be an infringement of copyright, but only if it is a transmission to the public and is not a fair use. Private e-mail messages are not distributions to the public, but listservs, Web pages, etc. are. Also, remember that the act of transmitting something by computer can involve reproducing it as well. The moral here then, is that you run the risk of implicating at least two exclusive rights (distribution and reproduction) when you transmit something, so be aware that the opportunity for infringement is in some cases doubled
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): John	DeLaughter		Dr	Northwestern University, Department of Geological Sciences	jed@earth.northwestern.edu	1847 Sheridan Road	Evanston	IL	60208-2150				
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Title: Wave Propagation on a String	Keywords: Geophysics,Physics	Description: An animated example of wave propagation on a string composed of two segments of different densities and velocities. Fortran and Unix/GMT source code used to make the animation are available for download from the same site.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.earth.nwu.edu/people/seth/demos/STRING/string.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Douglas	Hamilton		Dr	University of Maryland, Astronomy Department	hamilton@astro.umd.edu								
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Title: Astronomical Distances	Keywords: Space science	Description: This program calculates an estimated time of arrival for various destinations in the Universe (for example, the planet Saturn). Visitor input a value for the speed they are traveling away from Earth, and have the option of selecting the units of speed.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://janus.astro.umd.edu/astro/distance.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Delaware River Basin Commission	crupert@drbc.state.nj.us	P.O. Box 7360	West Trenton	NJ	08628-0360		609-883-9500 ext. 260	609-883-9522	
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Title: Delaware River Basin's Education Web	Keywords: Hydrology,Ecology,Environmental science	Description: This resource is designed to help teachers and students of all ages learn about the Delaware River Watershed and general water issues. There are maps of the Delaware River Basin, stretches of the Delaware River and tributaries in the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System, Pennsylvania ground water protected area, watershed associations, Schuylkill River Basin source water protection prototype, and coverage area for special protection waters regulations. The Student Showcase section provides a variety of projects that students have completed, including videos and web sites. The Educational Resources section includes numerous links to course-related resources for teachers. Also included is a general information section on the Delaware River Basin, a link to environmental field trip ideas, and a list of links to informative web sites on the Delaware River Basin.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.state.nj.us/drbc/edweb/edweb.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: "Ed. Web" was created by the Delaware River Basin Commission, with the assistance of a committee including representatives from Alliance for a Sustainable Future, Heritage Conservancy, National Park Service, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, and Princeton University.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): M.	Levine			United States Geological Survey, Energy Branch	mlevine@usgs.gov								
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Title: U.S. Coal Resource Databases: USCOAL	Keywords: Physical geography	Description: A subset of the National Coal Resources Data System. Contains published coal-resource estimates for coal bearing states listed by state, county, coal field, geologic age, and formation, rank, coal thickness, and overburden thickness. Data sources and reliability are included.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://energy.er.usgs.gov/products/databases/USCoal/index.htm
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): M.	Boulter	C.		International Organization of Paleobotany	M.C.Boulter@uel.ac.uk								
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Title: International Organisation of Palaeobotany: Plant Fossil Record	Keywords: Paleontology	Description: Users are able to search an extensive database of information on the plant fossil record, including descriptions and occurrences of modern genera and fossil species. Searches can be performed in a variety of ways: by Genera, description, taxonomy, occurrences, and by palaeogeographic maps. After locating the specific plant of interest in the database, the occurrences of that plant are then displayed in a palaeogeographic map.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://ibs.uel.ac.uk/palaeo/pfr2/pfr.htm
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1996, IOP (International Organization of Paleobotany)
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Don	Zampano			Zampano Web Design	minmax@zampano.com								
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Title: MinMax Mineral Information System	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: MinMax is a complete Mineral-Information-System; a database of Minerals and Mineral collecting locations. The main aspect is to provide rockhounders worldwide with all information about mineral collecting sites, including their location, the mineral list, mineral descriptions, collector's information and more. MinMax attaches high importance on usability and search capabilities.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.zampano.com/minmax/index.php3?lang=US
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: MinMax 0.9 - © 1998-2000 Don Zampano
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Paula	Dunbar			National Geophysical Data Center	pkd@ngdc.noaa.gov								
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Title: National Geophysical Data Center, Natural Hazards Data (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards,Geology	Description: This web site provides access to a variety of databases concerning earthquakes. Seismicity information is available on both a global and regional scale. Users are able to access information on destructive or significant earthquakes from 2150 B.C. to the present. The Earthquake Intensity Database provides information on damage and felt reports for over 23,000 United States earthquakes. Information such as epicentral coordinates, magnitudes, focal depths, names and coordinates of reporting cities (or localities), reported intensities and the distance from city (or locality) to epicenter can be accessed. Tsunami event information is also available, including the cause of the tsunami, the source location, the magnitude and intensity of the tsunami and locations where tsunami effects have occurred. Information is also available on volcanoes and world stress. There are also links to a collection of natural hazards slides, and to interactive natural hazard quizzes and kids quizzes.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/seg/hazard/hazonlin.shtml
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: As required by 17 U.S.C. 403, third parties producing copyrighted works consisting predominantly of the material produced by U.S. government agencies must provide notice with such work(s) identifying the U.S. Government material incorporated and stating that such material is not subject to copyright protection. The information on government web pages are in the public domain unless specifically annotated otherwise and may therefore be used freely by the public.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				NASA, TOMS Mapping System	green@chescat.gsfc.nasa.gov	Goddard Space Flight Center	Greenbelt	MD					
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Title: What Was the Total Column Ozone Amount Over Your Home?	Keywords: Environmental science,Atmospheric science,Climatology	Description: This National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) web site allows users to determine the total column ozone amount over a particular location for most dates between November, 1978 and December, 1994 and from August, 1996 to today. Users simply enter the ozone measuring date or instrument - Meteor 3, Nimbus 7, ADEOS, Earth Probe - and the latitude and longitude of the location of concern, and a number in Dobson Units is returned. Measurements of aerosols, reflectivity and erythemal ultra violet can also be performed.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://jwocky.gsfc.nasa.gov/teacher/ozone_overhead_archive.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Lorraine	Sherry				lsherry@carbon.cudenver.edu								
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Title: The Teachers' Internet Use Guide	Keywords: Educational theory and practice	Description: This web site is designed to help teachers learn how to design, develop, implement, and evaluate a standards based lesson. There is a how to section of the site for standards based instruction, a section with some sample lessons, a section on designing a web based lesson plan, a how to section on assessment, a lesson bank containing the resources developed by teachers who used this site, and a link to Texas state standards. The section on designing a web based plan walks the user through the steps necessary to define the goals, assign tasks, and assess the lesson and the students. Information about the technical aspects of web design is not addressed here. The designing a lesson page has a lot of useful links for technical information on web design, archives of lessons, and tips on getting started.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.rmcdenver.com/useguide/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1998 RMC Research Corporation 1512 Larimer Street, Suite 540 Denver, Colorado 80202 800/922/3636 303/825/1626 (FAX)
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Gary	Novak	A	Dr	California State University at Los Angeles, Department of Geological Sciences	gnovak@calstatela.edu	California State University, Los Angeles	Los Angeles	CA	90032 8201		323-343-2406		
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Title: Geology Labs On-Line	Keywords: Geologic time,Geology,Hydrology,Physical oceanography	Description: This web site provides interactive activities to help enhance the learning and teaching of Geology and other Earth and Environmental Science topics. Each lab provides a brief introduction to the subject, and is followed by quizzes to access understanding of the material. The labs are as follows: Virtual Dating: Discusses isochron and radiocarbon dating in accessing geologic age. Virtual Coast: Looks at the interplay between wave refraction, longshore currents, and littoral drift. It also looks at the impact of the construction of groins and breakwaters on the listed processes. Virtual Earthquake: Looks at how Richter magnitudes are determined, and looks at the locations of epicenters of earthquakes from viewing seismograms. Virtual Groundwater: Teaches on the importance of groundwater hydrology. Virtual Landslide: Looks at slope stability as well as the mitigation of an active landslide. Virtual Plate Tectonics: Discusses the development and details of the theory of Plate Tectonics. Virtual River: Looks at discharge and flooding. Virtual Volcano: Students are able to generate eruptions by entering parameters. Magma temperature, composition and geographical setting are studied.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://cdl-flylab.sonoma.edu/GeoLabs/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1998, 1999, 2000 Geology Labs On-Line Gary A. Novak, California State University at Los Angeles All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration	wmaster@eia.doe.gov	1000 Independence Avenue, SW	Washington	DC	20585		202-586-8800		
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Title: Energy Information Administration: Official Energy Statistics from the U.S. Government	Keywords: Environmental science,Policy issues	Description: The Energy Information Administration (EIA), created by Congress in 1977, is a statistical agency of the U.S. Department of Energy. They provide policy-independent data, forecasts, and analyses to promote sound policy making, efficient markets, and public understanding regarding energy and its interaction with the economy and the environment. This is the EIA web site. It provides access to reports on energy related issues like greenhouse gasses, global warming, finance, renewable fuels, and legislation. Energy data is available by region, state, fuel type, consumer sector, or price. There is also a kid's section of the web site that provides access to some educational materials about energy.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.eia.doe.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Government publications are in the public domain and are not copyrighted. You may use and/or distribute any of our data, files, databases, reports, and other products that are on our Web site or that you receive through our listserve service. However, if you use our data in any of your products, we would highly appreciate an acknowledgment such as: "Source: Energy Information Administration." When EIA authors or graphics designers use copyrighted materials from sources outside of EIA, then they are required to follow our guidelines as stated in EIA's Publishing Style Guide, Chapter 4, Text Documentation, at http://www.eia.doe.gov/neic/pubstyle/ch4_1.htm (5th paragraph) and also the requirements as set forth by the owner(s) of the copyrighted item(s). Please note that our "Energy Ant" (see on our "Kid's Page" at http://www.eia.doe.gov/kids/) is copyrighted. For more information about use restrictions of this graphics item, please contact John Weiner at john.weiner@eia.doe.gov.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Houghton Mifflin Company	college_science@hmco	222 Berkeley Street	Boston	MA	02116 3764				
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Houghton Mifflin Company, College Division	Sheila_Harris@hmco.com	222 Berkeley Street	Boston	MA	02116 3764				
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Title: Geologylink	Keywords: Geology	Description: This web page provides numerous resources on geology, including information on current geologic events such as volcanic eruptions and earthquakes, links to stories on the latest discoveries and recent news in earth science, and a glossary of geologic terms. Also included are links to class lectures and notes, additional web sites, and a section on the geology of geographic regions.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geologylink.com/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright Houghton Mifflin Company. All Rights Reserved. For detailed terms and conditions of use see the Houghton Mifflin Company copyright web page at http://www.hmco.com/hmco/Copyright.html
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): James	Swift	H	Dr	Jet Propulsion Laboratory	podaac@podaac.jpl.nasa.gov	MS Raytheon-299	Pasadena	CA	91109		(626) 744-5508		
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Title: OceanAtlas web site	Keywords: Physical oceanography	Description: The OceanAtlas project by Dr. James H. Swift, UCSD Scripps Institution of Oceanography, and the application developer John 'Oz' Osborne, OceanAtlas Software, Inc., provides computer applications and data files to electronically explore the oceans. OceanAtlas applications display data from oceanographic 'sections', which are the cross-sections of an ocean region that are made by displaying data gathered from a ship stopping along its track at intervals to carry out a vertical profile of water properties. Sections nicely illustrate water properties and many circulation-related features, and so are important oceanographic tools. This site provides application software and more than 2000 section data files (including in standard exchange format 'SD2'), plus direct or linked access to applications and data files from other oceanographic software developers.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://odf.ucsd.edu/OceanAtlas/index.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: ©1999 Dr. James H. Swift
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Bruce	Johnson			USGS, Mineral Resources Program, Spatial Data Delivery	bjohnson@usgs.gov	913 National Center	Reston	VA	20192				
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Title: USGS Science for a Changing World: Mineral Resources On Line Spatial Data	Keywords: Geochemistry,Geology,Geophysics,Mineralogy or petrology,Soil science	Description: The Mineral Resources On-Line Spatial Data Home Page allows users to view or download spatial data. The user can select from a variety of map displays, such as World View, U.S. Conterminous View, or State View. There is also a link to an FTP site where the user can download metadata, contact information and the actual data files. The data files are in ESRI's ArcView Internet Map Server (IMS) format. ArcView IMS allows users the ability to readily and easily display, analyze, and interpret MRP (Mineral Resources Program) spatial data from their desktop using a Web browser connected to the Internet. Available data sets include: soil geochemistry, igneous geochemistry, sediment geochemistry, bedrock geology, sediment geology, faults, magnetic fields, gravity fields, mineral resources, active mines, and more. Reference data sets such as roads, hydrology, cities, federal lands, etc. are also available.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://mrdata.usgs.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law. You are welcome to make a link to any of the Web pages USGS has published on the Internet. There is no need to request permission. Use of the USGS visual identifier (logo) is restricted to official publications. We will identify material we use from sources outside of USGS, and request others do the same when using information published by USGS. Credit can be provided by including on the page (or via a link to a credits page) a citation such as: Credit: U. S. Geological Survey U. S. Geological Survey/photo by Jane Doe (if the artist is known)USGS/Ft. Collins, CO (if originating office but not the artist is known).
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): David	Christie		Dr	Oregon State University, Ridge Program	dchristie@oce.orst.edu		Corvalis	OR	97331				
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Title: RIDGE Multibeam Synthesis Project	Keywords: Physical oceanography,Structural geology	Description: An online database of multibeam images and digital terrain models of the ocean floor. Users preview ridge system data by clicking on a map or by selecting from a drop down list. About 15 ridge systems are available for viewing at varying levels of data detail or for downloading in .CDF or .HDF format.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://imager.ldeo.columbia.edu/general/html/home.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U.S. Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey	webmaster@www.usgs.gov	807 National Center	Reston	VA	20192	http://www.usgs.gov/mail.html			
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Title: United States Geological Survey	Keywords: Geology,Hydrology,Natural hazards,Structural geology	Description: The United States Geological Survey (USGS) offers information on earthquakes, floods, maps, human health, and volcanoes. There are links to congressional-related material which includes information on laws and regulations governing the USGS, budget and related information, key officials, organization charts, and fiscal year plans. Also included are links to USGS products and data, including the atlas of Antarctic research, fact sheets, geographic names, geophysical products, geospatial data, national atlas, topographic maps, and real-time water data. Other information includes hurricane and coastal storm web sites, and information on environmental concerns. For more precise searches, users can connect to the USGS library.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.usgs.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law. You are welcome to make a link to any of the Web pages USGS has published on the Internet. There is no need to request permission. Use of the USGS visual identifier (logo) is restricted to official publications. We will identify material we use from sources outside of USGS, and request others do the same when using information published by USGS. Credit can be provided by including on the page (or via a link to a credits page) a citation such as: Credit: U. S. Geological Survey U. S. Geological Survey/photo by Jane Doe (if the artist is known) USGS/Ft. Collins, CO (if originating office but not the artist is known.)
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): Charles	Bergquist		Mr	Samanna Productions, Inc., Science Friday	producer@sciencefriday.com						1-800-989-8255		
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Title: Science Friday with Ira Flatow	Keywords: None of the above	Description: Talk of the Nation: Science Friday® is a science talk show which can be heard each Friday afternoon, 2-4 p.m. Eastern Time over public radio. Science Friday is hosted by veteran NPR science correspondent Ira Flatow. Any show since September 1994 is available for Real Audio download from this site. The shows can be found by date, by topic, or by using a key word search. There is a Science Friday Listener Lounge area (requires registration but registration is free), a list of books discussed on Science Friday, and a list of hot science sites.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.sciencefriday.com/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 2000 Samanna Productions, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Council of the National Seismic System	www@quake.geo.berkeley.edu								
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Title: Council of the National Seismic System: CNSS Catalog Search	Keywords: Geology,Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: The CNSS (Council of the National Seismic System) composite catalog is a world-wide earthquake catalog which is created by merging the master earthquake catalogs from contributing CNSS member institutions and then removing duplicate events, or non-unique solutions for the same event. The CNSS catalog may be searched for earthquakes within the United States and worldwide, and catalog files may be copied via anonymous ftp. The site also provides a number of interesting earthquake lists and maps derived from the CNSS catalog.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://quake.geo.berkeley.edu/cnss/catalog-search.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				WGBH	NOVA@wgbh.org	125 Western Avenue	Boston	MA	02134		617-300-2000		
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Title: What's Up With the Weather: NOVA and Frontline Examine the Truth About Global Warming	Keywords: Climatology	Description: This site corresponds with the April 18, 2000 episode of Nova’s, "What's up with the Weather, the Truth About Global Warming." and is an in-depth look at the issue of global warming by NOVA and FRONTLINE. Numerous subjects are addressed, including the burning of fossil fuels, alternative energy sources including biomass energy, wind and solar power, alternative vehicles, and space-based solar power systems, the evidence for global warming in ice cores, and the threat of rising sea level. The differing views on global warming are presented, as is an interactive exercise meant to help the user determine the amount of CO2 produced from their daily activities. A section discussing frequently asked questions can be accessed, as well as a teachers guide for creating a class lesson discussing global warming.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/warming/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: New Content Copyright ©2000 PBS Online and WGBH/NOVA/FRONTLINE
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences	FAWN_INFO@gnv.ifas.ufl.edu		Gainesville	FL	32611				
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Title: FAWN: Florida Automated Weather Network	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology	Description: The Florida Automated Weather Network (FAWN) provides up-to-date weather information through a system of automated weather stations distributed throughout the State of Florida. Research scientists at the University of Florida work closely with extension agents to monitor the FAWN system and make sure it provides fast, reliable, and convenient access. Overall, there are four parts to the FAWN system: collecting data, transmitting it to the collection site, processing the data, and redistributing it to the end user. FAWN database servers maintained by IFAS Information Technologies receive weather data about the date and time of collection, the air temperature, soil temperature, relative humidity, dewpoint, rainfall, wind direction, wind speed, and radiation from remote stations every 15 minutes. The information is processed and made available almost instantaneously through several different search methods accessible through FAWN web server, as well as an interactive voice-response system.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://fawn.ifas.ufl.edu/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1994-2000 University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Gainesville, FL 32611. By using this Site or copying any software found on or via this Site, the User agrees to abide by the federal copyright laws and all other applicable laws of the U.S. and/or the state of Florida as well as the terms of this Disclaimer. The University shall have the right to terminate the User's privilege of use immediately by written notice upon the User's breach of, or non-compliance with the foregoing. The User may be held legally responsible for any copyright infringement that is caused or encouraged by the User's failure to abide by the terms set forth herein.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Sheena	Beaverson			Illinois State Geological Survey	beavrsn@isgs.uiuc.edu	615 East Peabody Drive	Champaign	IL	61820		217-244-2414		
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Title: Illinois Natural Resources Geospatial Data Clearinghouse	Keywords: Environmental science,Geology,Hydrology,Physical geography	Description: This site is a gateway to GIS data and imagery for Illinois geology, hydrology, natural history, conservation, environment, land use, Public Land Survey, and infrastructure. These data have been made available by several divisions of the Illinois DNR and address such topics as groundwater, wells, mines, geologic materials, nature preserves, wildlife areas, administrative and political boundaries, roads, census information, and many others. The Scientific Surveys and Offices of the Illinois DNR have used GIS technology for research in the public service for many years, and have established a history of creating, publishing and distributing information to the public, government, academia, and industry. Over the years there has been an increasing demand for digital geospatial data from all of these sectors, and DNR has worked in several ways to meet this demand: by direct distribution of data to end users, in cooperative projects with other organizations, through significant contributions of digital data to multi agency CD ROM compilations, and by taking prominent roles on the Illinois Geographic Information System (IGIS) Committee. As a result of participation in national, state, county, and local projects to serve the environmental, geological, socioeconomic, and civil planning needs of Illinois and the Midwest United States, the Illinois DNR has numerous individual GIS data sets (most in Arc Info format) available for analytical use.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.isgs.uiuc.edu/nsdihome/ISGSindex.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: PROTECTION OF PROPRIETARY RIGHTS: Reproduction or redistribution of copyrighted digital datasets (wells) or products derived therefrom outside of licensee's organization or entity is expressly forbidden. The only exception is redistribution to consultants working for the licensee, and then only for purposes related to work for the licensee. Such consultants may not further reproduce or redistribute these datasets. None of these data shall be electronically duplicated on magnetic or optical media for use by others, in whole or in part, without permission of the appropriate custodial division within DNR. CREDITS: Any hardcopies utilizing DNR datasets shall clearly indicate their source. If the Licensee has modified the data in any way they are obligated to describe the types of modifications they have performed on the hardcopy map. Licensee specifically agrees not to misrepresent DNR datasets, nor to imply that changes they made were approved by DNR.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Christine	Manninen			Great Lakes Commission	manninen@glc.org	400 Fourth Street, Argus II Building	Ann Arbor	MI	48103-4816		734-665-9135	734-665-4370	
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Title: Great Lakes Information Network	Keywords: Environmental science,Human geography,Hydrology	Description: The Great Lakes Information Network (GLIN) is a partnership that has compiled information relating to the binational Great Lakes-St. Lawrence region of North America. Sections of the site include an overview of the Great Lakes, the environment of the Great Lakes, the economy of the Great Lakes, education, maps and Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and tourism.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.great-lakes.net/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Sara	Ashley			Great Lakes Commission	sashley@glc.org	400 Fourth Street, Argus II Building	Ann Arbor	MI	48103-4816		734-665-9135	734-665-4370	
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Title: TEACH Great Lakes	Keywords: Ecology,Environmental science,Human geography,Hydrology	Description: The Education And Curriculum Home site (TEACH) is a new component of the Great Lakes Information Network, with a focus on advancing Great Lakes-related educational materials for the broad audience of educators and students in the Great Lakes region and beyond. TEACH features mini-lessons on Great Lakes topics: environment, history and culture, geography, pollution, careers, and business. Geared for elementary through high school students, the modules are continually expanded and updated and include links to a glossary to help explain scientific terms and acronyms. Also included is a section for questions and answers, and education links. Specific topics within the site include: Great Lakes native flora, water levels on the Great Lakes, native peoples of the Great Lakes region, Great Lakes law and policy, introduction to the Great Lakes, how the lakes were formed, Great Lakes shoreline geology, non-native species, and urban sprawl.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.great-lakes.net/teach/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Paula	Dunbar			National Geophysical Data Center, NOAS	pkd@ngdc.noaa.gov								
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Title: Significant Earthquake Database	Keywords: Geophysics	Description: The Significant Earthquake Database is a global digital database containing information on more than 5,000 destructive earthquakes from 2150 B.C. to the present. Users can access these data in two different ways: via a two-volume CD collection, or on-line. Users searching on-line can query the database via the following parameters: the year of the event, geographical coordinates (latitude and longitude), country, state or province, magnitude, intensity, focal depth, number of deaths, and damage amount. A list of applicable earthquakes is then displayed.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/seg/hazard/eqsig.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				IRIS - Incorporated Research Institutions for	webmaster@iris.washington.edu	1200 New York Ave. NW, Suite 800	Washington	DC	20005				
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Title: WILBER: Web Interface to Lookup Big Events for Retrieval	Keywords: Geology,Geophysics,Natural hazards,Structural geology	Description: WILBER provides the user a means of viewing maps which display IRIS FARM and SPYDER® seismic event data from 1977 to the present. In addition the user may select a specific event, view sample plots of data traces and request a SEED volume or SAC ASCII files for that event. The requested data can be downloaded.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.iris.washington.edu/wilber_dir/WILBER_INIT.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): W.	Whalley	Brian		School of Geosciences	b.whalley@qub.ac.uk	The Queen's University of Belfast	Belfast			e.journal@qub.ac.uk			Northern Ireland
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Martin	Sharp	J.		Department of Geography	msharp@geog.ualberta.ca	University of Alberta	Edmonton	Alberta		e.journal@qub.ac.uk			Canada
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Title: Electronic Journal of Glacial Geology and Geomorphology	Keywords: Cryology,Geology	Description: Glacial Geology and Geomorphology is an electronic journal of The British Geomorphological Research Group developed by The Queen's University of Belfast and published by The BGRG. It is both a refereed academic journal and a general area in the WWW for access to important sites and information. Journal articles cover glacial sediments, glacial processes, fluvio-glacial and glacio-marine research and associated glacier studies. Articles are viewable as extended abstracts or as full text. Resources include an image bank, a list of glacial information links, and the tables of contents for recent issues of some paper journals. Subscription is free and required for access to most resources.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://ggg.qub.ac.uk/index.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The entire contents of the Journal are protected by the Publisher's copyright © 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 BGRG. In addition, each article published in the Journal is individually protected by copyright. The rights granted to you under this Agreement cannot be transferred, sold or rented to anyone else. Subscribers will be given a Subscriber ID and a password, which they should keep confidential. You must notify the Publisher promptly of any disclosure or unauthorised use of your password or Subscriber ID. You will be liable for any damages which occur prior to such notification. You must notify the Publisher within thirty (30) days of any changes in your registration data. You may download or print out materials from the Journal for your own research or study only; you may not transmit, rent, lend, sell, or modify any materials from the Journal or modify, or create derivative works based on, materials from the Journal.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): David	Barthelmy			Mineral Database	dbarthelmy@webmineral.com								
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Title: Crystallography:Crystallography and Minerals Arranged by Crystal Form	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: The thirty-two crystal classes are summarized by symmetry elements in a table that is linked to example crystal images, stereo crystal images and mineral listings, and JAVA crystal examples, which can be manipulated with mouse and keyboard.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://web.wt.net/~daba/Mineral/crystall.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1998, 1999, 2000 by David Barthelmy
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Tom	Weiland			Georgia Southwestern State University, Department of Geology	tjw@canes.gsw.peachnet.edu	800 Wheatley Street	Americus	GA	31709-4693	http://vulcan.gsw.peachnet.edu/tjw/			
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Title: Common Rock-Forming Minerals	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This is a collection of images of the common rock-forming minerals. Along with the image, the physical and chemical properties of each mineral are listed. These include: metallic or nonmetallic luster, light or dark color, chemical formula, mineral group, cleavage, general color, hardness, and other characteristics.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://vulcan.gsw.peachnet.edu/tjw/minweb2.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Dick	Gibson			Gibson Consulting		633 South Boulder	Cardwell	MT	57921				
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Title: Mineralogy of Kidney Stones	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This site provides an introduction to the mineralogy of kidney stones, pathological crystalline build-ups in the human body that are usually minerals identical with those found in nature. A few of the crystalline compounds that may form are organic chemicals, like cystine (an amino acid) and uric acid. Most gallstones are also crystallized organic material, usually cholesterol. The exact cause of all kidney stones is not well understood, but factors probably include genetics, diet, and disease.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.gravmag.com/kstones.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Gibson Consulting hereby grants permission to anyone to use any of our images (most of the fossils, Former Soviet Union Magnetic Maps, etc.) for any non-commercial purpose (not for sale).
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): John	Longshore			Humbolt State University., Department of Geology	jdl1@axe.humboldt.edu			CA					
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Title: Petrography: Minerals in Thinsection (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web site includes almost 200 photomicrographs of rocks and minerals. All photographs are of thin sections ground to .03 mm thickness, in transmitted white light. Some show the appearance of minerals in plane polarized light, but most were taken with crossed polarizers on a petrographic microscope, better to illustrate mineral properties and rock textures. The majority of the pictures show a field of view 1.5 mm long (about 80X magnificaiton); other magnifications are indicated where different.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://sorrel.humboldt.edu/~jdl1/petrography.page.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): John	Stout	E.	Dr	USDA - ARS Wind Erosion and Water Conservation Research Unit	jstout@lbk.ars.usda.gov	3810 4th Street	Lubbock	TX	79415		(806)723-5239	(806)723-5272	
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Title: Wind Erosion and Water Conservation, USDA - Agricultural Research Service	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Environmental science,Geology,Soil science	Description: The mission of the Wind Erosion and Water Conservation Research Unit is to conduct applied and fundamental research on the causes and consequences of wind-induced soil erosion, the interactions of plants with the soil and atmosphere; and to develop wind erosion mitigation strategies and water management strategies that alleviate, delay, or moderate the impact of drought and thermal stress on crop production. This site provides access to a variety of publications; some dating back to 1920, as well as images and files for download. Publications are: Aeolian Papers of the Month, The Bibliography of Aeolian Research (1930 to 2000), Severe Weather Safety Fact Sheets, various WEWC research project reports, recent weather data from the Cropping Systems Research Laboratory meteorological station, and a list of related links. Downloads are the Revised Wind Erosion Equation (RWEQ), photo images of selected wind research instruments with detailed information sheets explaining how the instrument is used. A wind erosion and aeolian processes discussion list is also available.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.csrl.ars.usda.gov/wewc/default.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): M.	Lamberson		Dr	Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of British Columbia		6339 Stores Rd.	Vancouver	B.C.	V6T 1Z4				Canada
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Title: UBC Earth and Ocean Sciences Image Collections	Keywords: Geology,Physical geography,Physical oceanography	Description: This collection contains photo images related to the earth and ocean sciences including some specialized subsets. Each photo has a brief scientific explanation of the content. There are two ways to access the collection. A general search searches the captions of the pictures for specified words. A detailed search allows the user to limit searches to specific databases or to specific categories such as picture type.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.science.ubc.ca/~eoswr/cgi-bin/db_gallery/about.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The image gallery was created at the: Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences University of British Columbia. The project was completed by Stewart Austin and Helen O'Rourke in November, 1996 under the supervision of Dr.M.Lamberson. Each photograph has its respective copyright by author.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Roberta	Miller	B	Dr	Columbia University	roberta@ciesin.columbia.edu	61 Route 9W PO Box 1000	Palisades	NY	10964		845-365-8988		
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Title: Center for International Earth Science Information Network	Keywords: Agricultural science,Atmospheric science,Climatology,Ecology,Environmental science	Description: CIESIN was established in 1989 as a non-profit, non-governmental organization to provide information that would help scientists, decision-makers, and the public better understand their changing world. CIESIN specializes in global and regional network development, science data management, decision support, and training, education and technical consultation services. CIESIN has an extensive and varied set of resources it makes available to its users. These resources include interactive visualization and mapping applications, guides and gateways to metadata and data resources, guides and gateways to information systems, links to CIESIN programs and projects, and links to related discussion lists.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ciesin.org/index.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: CIESIN has a diversity of resources it makes available to its users. These resources include CIESIN-created data, services, and tools that reside only at CIESIN, and the resources of third parties who share a common interest with CIESIN who have graciously granted CIESIN the right to make their resources available to CIESIN users as well. In addition, CIESIN provides links to sites worldwide that house data, information and products that may be of interest to CIESIN users. Because the rights accompanying any particular resource depend on the particular copyright holder involved, you should carefully review the permission statement included under each resource when you are interested in using the resource in any way (other than for viewing) via CIESIN's host. CIESIN-Created Materials Users are free to copy CIESIN-authored materials for personal and noncommercial use as long as content is not altered, and copyright ownership by CIESIN is acknowledged. All other rights are reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U. S. Geological Survey						http://earthquake.usgs.gov/4kids/			
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Title: Earthquakes for Kids and Grownups: Fun and Educational Activities & Information	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: This web page provides links to earthquake-related educational activities for kids, teachers and adults in general. Facts about earthquakes, animations of earthquake activity, ideas for science fair projects and lists of recent earthquakes are provided. Materials for use by teachers are arranged by grade level. Extensive links to other web-based resources are provided. The kid’s section includes such fun activities as on line coloring pages and word search puzzles.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/4kids/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): J. Paul	Morris			Antro Limited	mole@morris.net								
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Title: Interpreting Geologic Sections	Keywords: Geologic time,Geology,Structural geology	Description: Athro, Limited is a for-profit corporation that publishes high school and college level biology, earth science, and geology course supplements and independent learning materials on the Web. This site provides instruction in interpreting the order of events in three hypothetical and one real geological section. For each section there is a list of events and an animation of the history of the section once the student has decided on the order of events.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.athro.com/geo/seframe.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1998, 1999 Athro, Limited. All Rights Reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Barringer Meteorite Crater Company	cyrus@clubcyrus.com								
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Title: The Barringer Meteorite Crater	Keywords: Space science,Geology	Description: This web site provides information on the Barringer Meteorite Crater (also known as "Meteor Crater") located in the Arizona desert. Users can find information on the latest research surrounding the crater, a complete history of the crater, the environmental effects of the impact, and a look at Daniel Moreau Barringer, responsible for the theory behind the crater. Also included are an interactive quiz on meteorites, a three-dimensional simulation game concerning meteorites, a forum which allows for posted questions, and a collection of additional links.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.barringercrater.com/index.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Jeremy	Mates				webmaster@sial.org					http://sial.org/contact/			
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Title: Jeremy Mates's Mineral Quizzer	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web site provides interactive quizzes on minerals and mineralogy. Users can select quiz type (multiple choice or fill in the blank), as well as subject type. The subjects covered in this quiz include native metals and sulfides, oxides and hydroxides, evaporites including carbonates, phosphates, and halides, simple silicates including neosilicates, garnets, and alumino-silicates, soro/cyclo-/inosilicates, and phyllosilicates, tectosilicates, and feldspathoids.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://sial.org/geology/minq/
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1995 - 2001 Jeremy Mates. All Rights Reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Elizabeth	Vaiu	Ann		California State University Los Angeles, Charter School of Education	eviau@pacbell.net		Los Angeles	CA					
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Title: World Builders	Keywords: Space science,Biology,Environmental science,Geology	Description: The course "World Builders," is offered through California State University in Los Angeles. In this course students work in groups to design planets from the stellar dust through the development of alien plants and animals. Students also use computers to access information and post graphics and text about the new worlds on the World Wide Web. Topics covered include astronomy, geology, meteorology, microbiology, terrestrial and marine biology, zoology and ecology, and biomes. Even such subjects as biomechanics, psychology, anthropology, economics and history are intertwined in the lessons.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://web.calstatela.edu/academic/builders/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright Elizabeth Anne Viau, 1996, 1997, 1998. Use freely, enjoy, do not sell
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Discovery Communications, Inc.	avalanche@online.discovery.com					http://www.discovery.com/			
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Title: Build Your Own Avalanche	Keywords: Cryology,Natural hazards	Description: This interactive program allows site visitors to observe various avalanche scenarios by altering the mountain's angle of slope, snow depth, tree anchors and the weight of a skier crossing the mountain.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.discovery.com/exp/avalanche/build.html
Learning Context: 4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1999 Discovery Communications Inc.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Phil	Hsuch			Florida State University, Department of Oceanography	hsueh@ocean.fsu.edu								
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Title: Coriolis and Centrifugal Forces (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Physics	Description: This interactive web site illustrates coriolis and centrifugal forces. The user is asked to enter the speed and angle of a ball, and from this is shown its trajectory, velocity, centrifugal force and coriolis force. A link to a more indepth, text-based introduction to coriolis and centrifugal forces is also provided.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://gulf.ocean.fsu.edu/~www/coriolis/coriolis.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Kathie	Watson			USGS Information Services	kathiewatson@usgs.gov	Box 25286, Building 810, Denver Federal Center	Denver	CO	80225	http://www.usgs.gov/	303-202-4700	303-202-4693	
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Title: Deserts: Geology and Resources	Keywords: Ecology,Climatology,Geology,Physical geography	Description: This is the on-line edition of A.S. Walker's book, "Deserts: Geology and Resources." The chapter topics are: What Is a Desert?, How the Atmosphere Influences Aridity, Where Deserts Form, Types of Deserts, Desert Features, Eolian Processes, Types of Dunes, Remote Sensing of Arid Lands, Mineral Resources in Deserts, Desertification, and Selected Readings.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/deserts/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: This on-line edition contains all text from the original book in its entirety. Some figures have been modified to enhance legibility at screen resolutions. Unless otherwise credited, all photographs are by the author. The printed version of this publication is one of a series of general interest publications prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey to provide information about the earth sciences, natural resources, and the environment.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): James	Sethna			Cornell University, Laboratory of Solid State Physics	sethna@lassp.cornell.edu		Ithaca	NY					
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Title: A Small Selection of Science	Keywords: Chemistry,Mineralogy or petrology,Physics	Description: An interesting collection of "essays" from the The Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics Cornell University
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.lassp.cornell.edu/LASSP_Science.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Douglas	Hamilton	P	Dr	University of Maryland, Astronomy Workshop	hamilton@astro.umd.edu		College Park	MD		http://www.astro.umd.edu/~hamilton/			
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Title: Solar System Collisions	Keywords: Space science	Description: This program simulates the collision of an asteroid or a comet with any planet in Solar System. Users can pick one of the nine planets in the Solar System or the Earth's Moon, choose the composition and diameter (size) of the projectile, and choose the speed of the projectile. Approximate results are returned.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://janus.astro.umd.edu/astro/impact.html
Learning Context: 4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): David	Burdige	J	Dr	Old Dominion University, Oceanography	dburdige@odu.edu					http://courses.lib.odu.edu/ocen/dburdige/index.html			
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Title: Stella Models	Keywords: Chemistry,Atmospheric science,Chemical oceanography,Environmental science	Description: This site provides links to three STELLA models (Daisyworld, global phosphorous cycle, and global carbon cycle) used in an advanced undergraduate course in Global Environmental Change. STELLA is an icon-based model building and simulation tool for supporting learner-directed learning.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://courses.lib.odu.edu/ocen/dburdige/stella.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Marc	Graef	De	Dr	Carnegie Mellon University	degraef@cmu.edu								
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Title: 2D X-Ray Crystallography Simulator	Keywords: Chemistry,Mineralogy or petrology,Physics	Description: The X-Ray Diffraction Simulator is a program developed at Carnegie Mellon using the cT programming language as an aid to teaching undergraduate courses involving crystallography. The program provides a graphical user interface to a computer simulation of x-ray powder diffraction of two-dimensional crystals. It is available at no cost for educational purposes or non-profit individual use. The user can define an arbitrary unit cell and populate it with atoms. It is possible to display diagrams of the lattice defined by the unit cell, as well as the Ewald sphere and reciprocal lattice. Finally, the program will calculate the diffraction pattern produced by the unit cell. It is possible to specify one of the ordinary wavelengths of x-rays used in practice to be used in calculating the diffraction pattern.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://neon.mems.cmu.edu/degraef/xray/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Eugene	Takle		Dr	Iowa State University, Department of Geologic and Atmospheric Sciences	gstakle@iastate.edu		Ames	IA	50011	http://www.public.iastate.edu/~wxintro/faculty/takle.html	515-294-9871		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Michael	Taber	R	Dr	University of Northern Colorado, Department of Earth Sciences	mrtaber@bentley.univnorthco.edu		Greeley	CO	80631	http://met.unco.edu/faculty/taber/taber.htm	970-351-2470		
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Title: Global Change Course at Iowa State University (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology,Environmental science	Description: This web site offers a complete course on the topic of global change. The authors have compiled pertinent information in the form of summary information, images, and suggested readings. The topics are subdivided into three blocks. The first block sets the foundation for understanding global change through observations of global mean temperature and trends in carbon dioxide to name a few. It focuses on climate and agents of global change. The second block focuses on climate modeling, what we can learn from them and the limitations of models, or, models and measurements of global change. Block three addresses the impact by humans through population, deforestation, and desertification, the biosphere and human component of global change.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.iitap.iastate.edu/gccourse/index.html
Learning Context: 15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1994-2000, Iowa State University. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): James	Cheney			Carnegie Mellon University	degraef@cmu.edu								
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Title: 3D X-Ray Diffraction Simulator	Keywords: Chemistry,Mineralogy or petrology,Physics	Description: This program was developed by James Cheney (C++, Macintosh platform), and can be used both as an educational tool and as a real research program. All computations follow the proper underlying physics. The program permits the user to define an arbitrary unit cell, display the unit cell or an array of cells, display the Debye-Scherrer pattern, a standard powder pattern, the stereographic projections of real space and reciprocal space, and transmission and reflection Laue patterns. All windows can be linked together so that a rotation in one of the windows will automatically update all others. The module is available at no cost for educational purposes or non-profit individual use.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://neon.mems.cmu.edu/degraef/xr3D/xr3D.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Jeff	Boote			University Corporation for Atmospheric Research	boote@ucar.edu		Boulder	CO					
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Title: National Center for Atmospheric Research, Scientific Computing Division: Visualization	Keywords: Climatology,Environmental science,Atmospheric science	Description: This web page displays computer visualizations of various weather and atmospheric-related research projects at the Scientific Computing Division (SCD) of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). It also has sections describing the work that the SCD does. The subjects of research described here includesclimate systems (global warming, sulfate aerosol evolution and Chlorofluorocarbon (CFC-11) penetration into the deep ocean); severe storms (forest fires, cyclones, mesoscale convective vortex, typhoon Herb, and supercell lightning simulations); solar magnetic flux tubes and penetrative turbulent compressible convection, El Nino and La Nina, ozone, the polar vortex and atmospheric chemistry.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.scd.ucar.edu/vg/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 1997 University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Digital Kartographie	info@planiglobe.com		Kiel		Germany				
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Title: Create A Map	Keywords: Geology,Physical geography	Description: Generic Mapping Tools (GMT) is a software package to create high-quality postscript maps in various projections. This site allows visitor to create maps online using a pared-down version of Generic Mapping Tools (GMT) and an interactive form for entering mapping parameters. The maps are presented as gif images or as downloadable EPSF or Adobe Illustrator versions.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.aquarius.geomar.de/omc/make_map.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: ©1996 - 2000 kk+w - digital cartography
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				EarthRise	earthrise@earthrise.sdsc.edu								
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Title: Earthrise (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Physical geography	Description: This is the web site for EarthRISE, an on-line collection of over 100,000 satellite images of the Earth taken during the Space Shuttle flights. Users can search for images by name of area, political area, or by topography. Some of the images are accompanied by a caption explaining the image, and more specific information such as latitude and longitude, date and time taken, and altitude.
Publication 2-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://earthrise.sdsc.edu/earthrise/main.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				National Weather Service Headquarters	W-IWIN.Webmaster@noaa.gov		Silver Springs	MD					
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Title: Interactive Weather Information Network	Keywords: Atmospheric science	Description: This web page provides weather information from the National Weather Service. Users can access current weather information for the United States and the World. The current weather link offers access to information for states and cities. Included are forecasts by state, zone and short-term, a weather summary, climatic data, and warnings and advisories. The national reports section includes a national weather summary, national flood summary, national travelers forecast, temperature and precipitation table, national hurricane and tropical storm reports, ultraviolet index forecast, and earthquake and tsunami reports. A graphics section allows users to access weather maps by region, and includes infra-red, water vapor, color enhanced, color cloud heights and forecast. Users are also able to access national weather warnings.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://iwin2.nws.noaa.gov/iwin/graphicsversion/main.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc.	aoteam@esri.com								
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Title: Internet Mapping	Keywords: Physical geography,Human geography	Description: This web site provides demonstrations of live Internet maps produced using the software ArcIMS from the organization Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (ESRI). ArcIMS provides the foundation for disseminating high-end geographic information systems (GIS) and mapping services via the Internet. GIS information is used to produce the maps accessible through this web site which includes world projections, property information, a Middle East viewer and a city's GIS data map. Other maps include a Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) locator, California climograph, telecommunications tower placement analysis, three-dimensional view of any place in Southern California, demographic module, and census data for any state in the United States. Health, government and tourism maps are also available.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://maps.esri.com/
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © ESRI
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Bert	Ulrich			NASA Headquarters	bulrich@pao.hq.nasa.gov	CODE POS	Washington	DC	20546				
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Title: National Aeronautics and Space Administration: Johnson Space Center Imagery Services: Digital Image Collection (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Space science,Environmental science,Physical geography	Description: This is the web page for the National Aeronautical and Space Administration's (NASA) digital image collection. Within this collection, over 250,000 space-related images have been captured, digitized, and stored. Photos are available in numerous categories, including observations of the Earth, photos from press releases, astronomy, oceanography, ozone, flight vehicles, and robotics. Photos can also be obtained of the solar system and the space shuttle. There is also a link to non-NASA sites with space or aeronautics images. Users can also access the Earth From Space page, which provides a variety of Earth images in various categories. These include cities, Earth landscapes, Earth-Human interactions, distinctive features, hurricanes and weather, Earth's water habitats, and geographic regions.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://images.jsc.nasa.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: NASA generally does not assert copyright in its imagery, and therefore, permission to reproduce is not required. However, NASA photographs and other imagery may not be used in any manner such as to state or imply an endorsement by the Agency or any of its employees of any commercial product or process. NASA, or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, should be credited as the source of the imagery. Commercial use of NASA imagery in which a recognizable individual appears may infringe a right of privacy or publicity, which is personal to the individual.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Natural Resources Canada, Terrain Sciences Division, Canadian Geological Survey	ess-tsd-web@nrcan.gc.ca			Ottawa					Canada
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Title: Canadian Landscapes	Keywords: Geology,Physical geography	Description: This web site provides access to a collection of photos of Canadian landscapes and landforms. Users can search for photos of specific areas by province or territory, keywords, or via an interactive map. Brief geological explanations accompany the photos, and provide insight on how the features developed. The photos were taken by scientists of the Geological Survey of Canada during the last 30 years. Users are also able to send the photos as customized postcards.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://sts.gsc.nrcan.gc.ca/clf/landscapes.asp
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, 2001. Information may be reproduced without permission subject to the fair dealing provision set out in the Copyright Act, R.S.C., c. C-42. The source of the work must be acknowledged. Information may not be redistributed or stored for the purpose of serving through any other information retrieval system, except approved mirror sites, without the written permission of Natural Resources Canada. Links can be made freely.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				The Weather Underground	info@wunderground.com	P.O. Box 3605	Ann Arbor	MI	48106		734-994-8824		
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Title: The Weather Underground (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Atmospheric science	Description: This web site allows the user to access a variety of weather-related maps for the United States and the World. The types of maps accessible include radar, visibility, wind, heat index, wind chill, humidity, dew point, Ultra Violet forecast, satellite, fronts, snow, jet stream, and pollen. Users can also access Nexrad composite imagery with mixed precipitation, and United States current Nexrad. Other available maps include United States visible satellite, United States severe weather, astronomy, ski reports, marine forecasts, and tropical storms. International weather maps can also be obtained for Canada, Central and South America, Northern and Southern Asia, Europe, Australia, Africa, Islands and Antarctica. Users can also access specific weather information for cities within states, listing both metric and English measurements of temperature, humidity, pressure, conditions, when updated, and weather warnings. Special features of this site include a personal weather station project, which allows users to download weather software to allow them to upload their weather data to The Weather Underground, and a flight tracker, which allows the tracking of specific or random flights.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.wunderground.com/index.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 2001 The Weather Underground, Inc.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Deborah	Byrd			Byrd & Block Communications Inc.	info@earthsky.com.	P.O. Box 2203	Austin	TX	78768		512-477-4441	512-477-4474	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Joel	Block			Byrd & Block Communications Inc.		P.O. Box 2203	Austin	TX	78768		512-477-4441	512-477-4474.	
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Title: Earth and Sky Radio Series	Keywords: Space science,Ecology,Environmental science	Description: This is the home page for the daily science public radio series, Earth and Sky. This web site provides live web casts and an archive of past shows. Its Features section contains articles on earth science, astronomy, and environmental science. It also contains news bulletins, a sky watching forecast, frequently asked questions, question of the week, ask an expert, and cool site reviews. The Teacher's Lounge, contains resources for teachers, including how teachers can use Earth and Sky in their classroom, lesson plans, and lecture notes and virtual experiments accessed via links to outside web sites. The Kids section contains articles, activities, and links.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.earthsky.com/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The contents of Earth & Sky Online (EARTHSKY.COM) are intended for the personal and noncommercial use of its users. All materials published on Earth & Sky Online (including, but not limited to news articles, editorial, photographs, images, illustrations, audio clips and video clips, also known as "The Content") are protected by copyright, and owned and controlled by Byrd & Block Communications, Inc., Earth & Sky Online, Public Interactive, or the party credited as the provider of the content, software, or other materials. Permission to use, copy and distribute these materials without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above copyright notice and full site URL (earthsky.com) appear in all copies and the materials are not redistributed for profit.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Amherst University, Department of Geology	geology@unix.amherst.edu					http://www.amherst.edu/~geology/			
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Title: Mineralogy	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This is the web site for the Mineralogy course at Amherst College. The most useful parts of this site include study questions for a class exam, a page on systematic mineralogy, or mineral groups - which contains information on the native elements, oxides and hydroxides, halides, sulfides, tectosilicates, and the phyllosilicates – a page on optical mineralogy, which contains photomicrographs of numerous minerals, and an introduction to what a mineral is, entitled "So what is a mineral anyhow?”
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.amherst.edu/~geology/geo30/geo30home.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Greg	Finn		Dr	Brock University, Department of Geology	gfinn@craton.geol.brocku.ca		St. Catherines	Ontario	Canada	http://www.brocku.ca/earthsciences/people/gfinn/default.html			
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Title: Optical Mineralogy	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This is the web page for an Optical Mineralogy course offered at Brock University. The link to lecture outlines includes information on the properties of light, including electromagnetic radiation, wave front, phase and interference, reflection and refraction and the polarization of light. Other sections include: Refractometry, which includes information on lens effect, internal reflection, and becke line movement; Isotropic materials: includes information on optics, indicatrix, and isotropic vs. anisotropic; Anisotropic minerals: includes information on interference phenomena, retardation, interference at the upper polar, and monochromatic light and polychromatic light; Optical properties: includes information on extinction, accessory plates, vibration direction in minerals, sign of elongation, and relief and pleochroism; Unixial minerals: includes information on uniaxial optics, uniaxial optic sign, uniaxial indicatrix, and pleochroism in uniaxial minerals; Biaxial minerals: includes information on biaxial optics, biaxial indicatrix, and optic sign. A link is also included to laboratory outlines, which accompany the subjects in the lecture outline. Also available is a link to a mineral gallery.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.brocku.ca/earthsciences/people/gfinn/optical/2P22/index.htm
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Liz	Lefrancois			National Water Issues Branch, Ecosystems and Environment Directorate, Environmental Conservation Service, Environment Canada	Liz.Lefracois@ec.gc.ea	Attention: Freshwater Web Site, 351 Saint Joseph Boulevard, 4-PVM	Hull	Quebec	K1A OH3	http://www.ec.gc.ca/water/index.htm	819-953-6161	819-994-0237	Canada
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Title: Environment Canada: Freshwater Web Site (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Hydrology,Policy issues,Ecology	Description: This comprehensive site contains facts, figures, references, teacher's aides, news, events, and much more on subjects pertaining to water. Some of the subjects touched on include aquatic ecosystems, groundwater, lakes, permafrost, properties of water, rivers, sediment, snow and ice, water and climate, and Wetlands. Water policy and legislation is also discussed and includes information on federal-provincial cooperation, international, legislation and regulation, provincial/territorial, and water policy in Canada. There is also a section on the management of water including bulk water removal and water export, Flood Damage Reduction Program, floods, water efficiency/conservation, water modeling, water pollution, water quality, water resource economics, and water use. The section on water and culture discusses Aboriginal issues, water and art, and water and Canadian identity.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ec.gc.ca/water/index.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Environment Canada's Freshwater Web Site is protected by the Copyright Act of Canada, international treaties and conventions, and other worldwide copyright laws. Copyright © Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of the Environment, 1996 - 2000 All rights reserved. You may download, print, or otherwise make copies of portions of materials from the different areas of this Site subject to the following conditions: 1.The copy is made solely for your own non-commercial, personal use; 2.The information is not modified or altered in any way; 3.The source of the information is fully acknowledged and credited; 4.Environment Canada reserves the right to revoke such authorization at any time, and any such use shall be discontinued immediately upon written notice from Environment Canada.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Indiana University, Molecular Structure Center	webiumsc@indiana.edu		Bloomington	IN					
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Title: Regular Solids	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web page provides graphic examples of the "regular solids" which include the basic cube, the tetrahedron, the octahedron, the dodeahedron, and the buckyball. This site allows the user a three-dimensional interactive view of each figure by dragging the mouse over them.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.iumsc.indiana.edu/morphology/solids.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Scott	Argast			Indiana University, Purdue University, Department of Geology	ARGAST@SMTPLINK.IPFW.INDIANA.EDU		Fort Wayne	IN					
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Title: Some Background about X-Ray Diffraction	Keywords: Physics,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web site provides information on the process of X-ray diffraction. The sections included are diffraction and Bragg's Law, the Diffractometer, and diffraction patterns.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geosci.ipfw.edu/XRD/techniqueinformation.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Ken	Colosky				kenx@interport.net								
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Title: Ken's Fluorescent Minerals	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web site provides photos of fluorescent minerals photographed under long wave (LW) or short wave (SW) ultraviolet light. Links to additional resources, and a list of books and information sources are also included.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.users.interport.net/~kenx/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1995 Kenneth Colosky. All rights reserved. No reproduction of these images is permitted without express written permission.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Alan	Levine			Maricopa Center for Learning and Instruction, Maricopa Community Colleges	levine@maricopa.edu	2411 West 14th Street	Tempe	Arizona	85281		602-731-8247	602-731-8282	
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Title: Testing the Hardness of a Mineral (tile provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web site provides a tutorial on how to test the hardness of a mineral. The hardness of a mineral is one of the most diagnostic and easy tests to perform in the attempt to identify an unknown mineral. Hardness is a measure of a mineral's resistance to abrasion and reflects the atomic structure of a mineral. A comparative hardness scale is also provided.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/aaim/linear/L0.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Maryland Geological Survey	ecleaves@mgs.md.gov	2300 St Paul St.	Baltimore	MD	21218				
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Title: Gold in Maryland	Keywords: Geology,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This site, part a series of on-line pamphlets prepared by the Maryland Geological Survey, reviews the history of gold prospecting and gold mining in Maryland. Accompanying maps show old gold mines, placers and reported gold occurrences in Montgomery County and along the banks of the Potomac.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.mgs.md.gov/esic/brochures/gold.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): D.	Walker			McGill University, Earth and Planetary Sciences		3450 University St.	Montreal	Quebec					Canada
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Title: Mineral Identification Table (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Geology,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web site provides a mineral identification table that can be printed and used in a laboratory setting. Data listed in the table includes the name of the mineral, it's shape, cleavage, fracture, hardness, color, streak, luster, specific gravity, and comments.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.eps.mcgill.ca/~dwalker/221/minidtable.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): S. Duncan	Heron		Dr	Duke University, Nicholas School of the Environment	HERON@EOS.DUKE.EDU	Division of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Old Chemistry Building, Box 90227	Durham	NC	27708	www.eos.duke.edu	919-681-8373	919-684-5833	
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Title: Introductory Geology WebPages	Keywords: Cryology,Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This is an extensive collection of enlargeable thumbnail geology slides. Most slides have a caption, which consists of a title and the photo location. The subjects of the photos include seafloor spreading, plate tectonics and continental drift, textures of igneous rocks, igneous activity and metamorphic rocks, sedimentary rocks with examples of textures and sedimentary structures, weathering, mass movement, ground water, streams, wind, glaciers, oceans, some very personal views of Hurricane Fran, and structure. The site also contains a list of links to other geology-focused web sites.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.env.duke.edu/eos/geo41/geo41.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: To download and use these photographs on the web or elsewhere, you must have permission. For photographs by Duncan Heron, please email HERON@EOS.DUKE.EDU. To obtain the address of other photographers, email at the same address. All images are credited where the source is known. Those with no source listed are typically not under copyright as they are from US government sources.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Raymond	Coish		Dr	Middlebury College, Department of Geology	coish@middlebury.edu		Middlebury	VT	05703	http://www.middlebury.edu/~coish/			
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Title: Mineralogy	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This is the home page for the Mineralogy course at Middlebury College. An assignments section contains information on the physical properties of minerals, crystal symmetry, introduction to the Microscope, calcite experiment, uniaxial minerals, biaxial minerals, framework silicates, chain and ring silicates, scanning electron microscope, di and sheet silicates, ortho silicates, phase diagram calculation, and mineral formulae calculation. Handouts associated with the assignments section are provided, as is a link to the Smithsonian gem site.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://cweb.middlebury.edu/s00/gl211a/index.html
Learning Context: 13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): James	Hayes			Columbia University, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences	jimhays@ldeo.columbia.edu			NY					
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Title: Tutorial: Using the Viewer	Keywords: Chemical oceanography,Geology,Geophysics,Natural hazards,Physical oceanography	Description: This tutorial shows how to use the Columbia University Department of Earth and Environmental Science Data Viewer to explore data sets available on the web site. Step-by-step examples demonstrate the Viewer interface and how it can be used to manipulate data and view it as maps or as cross sections/profiles. A split frame allows users to carry out the tutorial instructions while viewing the data catalog or accessing the Viewer tool.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://rainbow.ldgo.columbia.edu/ees/tut_data.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): G. Kent	Colbath		Dr	Cerritos College, Earth Sciences Department	colbath@cerritos.edu	11110 Alondra Boulevard	Norwalk	CA	90650	http://www3.cerritos.edu/	562-860-2451		
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Title: Glacial Landforms	Keywords: Cryology,Physical geography	Description: This site provides a tutorial on glacial landforms. Glacial erosion, transportation and deposition produce some of the most dramatic and distinctive landscapes found on the surface of the earth. Recognition of glacial topography allows geologists to map the distribution of ice sheets in the recent geological past. There are five tutorials available: Bylot Island, Canada; Space Shuttle Photography; Topographic Map, Mt. Shasta, California; Four Photographs of Glacial Landforms; and Collier Glacier, Oregon. Each exercise contains a visual aid and a link to the answers to questions posed to the user. Other pages include photographs of coastal Greenland, and satellite composite images of Antarctica. There is also a link to the glacial history of Mt. Shasta.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www3.cerritos.edu/earth-science/tutor/glacial_landforms.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): James	Aber	S.	Dr	Emporia State University	aberjame@emporia.edu	Earth Science Department	Emporia	KS	66801-5087	http://academic.emporia.edu/aberjame/ice/icehome.htm	316-341-5981	316-341-5997	
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Title: Ice Age Environments: Quaternary Geology	Keywords: Climatology,Cryology,Geology,Technology	Description: This Ice Age Environments course is offered by the Earth Science Department at Emporia State University. The main resources at this site are student web presentations, a glossary of terms, and title imagery links. The student web presentations include Earth science presentations on ice age-related projects, mineralogy, gemstones and gemology, introduction to geospatial analysis, computer mapping systems, small format aerial photography, remote sensing, advanced image processing and global tectonics.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://academic.emporia.edu/aberjame/ice/icehome.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © Notice: ES 331/767 is offered by the Earth Science department for the express use and benefit of students enrolled at Emporia State University, Kansas, USA. All are welcome to view these course pages. Any other use or repackaging of materials in this course is prohibited without permission from the author.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Kathleen	Apolzer			Emporia State University	apolzerk@esuvm.emporia.edu		Emporia	KS	66801	http://www.emporia.edu/earthsci/student/apolzer2/home.htm			
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Title: Formation of a Glacier	Keywords: Cryology	Description: This web site was created as a partial requirement for the completion of a Quaternary Geology course, from Emporia State University. It provides a brief tutorial on glaciers and ice processes. Many keywords are hot linked to tables and visuals or other websites; such as Glacier National Park's Photo and Computer Wallpaper Gallery and Rice University's ICE homepage. Topics include: What is a glacier? Snow to Glacial Ice; Mass Balance; and Where are Glaciers Today? Additional links are provided to: More Information on Glacier Distribution (Rice University); Frequently Asked Questions about Glaciers (United States Geological Survey); and the National Aeronautical and Space Administration's Flying Over Antarctica page. An illustration of the transformation of snow to glacial ice crystals and other visuals on ice crystals and formation are provided as hyperlinks.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.emporia.edu/earthsci/student/apolzer2/home.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Created for educational purposes only as partial requirements for the completion of course ES 767 Quaternary Geology, Earth Science Department, Emporia State University, Emporia, KS, 66801.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): James	Aber	S.	Dr	Emporia State University	aberjame@esumail.emporia.edu	Earth Science, Campus Box 4030	Emporia	KS	66801-5087	http://www.emporia.edu/earthsci/index.htm	316-341-5981	316-341-5997	
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Title: International Work Group On Geospatial Analysis Of Glaciated Environments (GAGE)	Keywords: Climatology,Cryology,Geology,Hydrology,Physical geography,Policy issues,Technology	Description: GAGE commenced its official activity at the International Union for Quaternary Research, INQUA, Congress in Berlin, Germany (8/95). The activities of this work group focus on investigations of modern and ancient glaciated environments utilizing techniques of geographic information systems (GIS). The central goals of GAGE are assembly of regional and continental GIS databases for display, analysis, and interpretation of glaciated terrain, as well as for modeling of glacier dynamics and processes. At this site digital data for the Glaciotectonic Map of North America are available in a format that could be used with either ARC/INFO or ArcView software. Other database and map projects are in progress which focus on the Central European region of Poland, eastern Germany, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Byelarus, Ukraine, Russia and adjacent territories bordering the southern and eastern margins of the Baltic basin. A clickable glacial map of the North-Central United States offers an overview of pre-Wisconsin features and detailed regional images on shaded-relief backgrounds. This site also encourages membership in GAGE. Membership is open to any interested scientist and/or science student from diverse disciplines, including geography, geology, cartography, remote sensing, hydrology, glaciology, engineering, etc.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.emporia.edu/earthsci/gage/gage.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: This Web page originates from the Earth Science Department at Emporia State University, Kansas, U.S.A. All material herein ©. For further information or comments about this page, please contact J.S. Aber, e-mail: aberjame@emporia.edu.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Physical Oceanography Distributed Active Archive Center	podaac@podaac.jpl.nasa.gov	M/S Raytheon-299, 4800 Oak Grove Drive	Pasadena	CA	91109	http://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/	626-744-5508	626-744-5506	
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Title: Education Resources For Oceanography And Earth Sciences	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Biological oceanography,Chemical oceanography,Environmental science,Geology,Hydrology,Physical geography,Physical oceanography	Description: This is the online version of a 40+ page document for K-12 and college educators containing links to resources in oceanography and earth system science. The list was produced by the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Physical Oceanography Distributed Active Archive Center. Every resource has a short annotation describing the resource and providing contact information as well as a hyperlink to the actual resource. The document is divided into 12 sections: Classroom Material, Collaborative, On-Line Education, Continuing Education for Teachers, Data/Images From Satellites, Field Trips/ Out of Class Experiences, Internet Sites for Students, Multimedia/CD-ROMs, Periodicals, Posters, Reaching the Internet, Resource Lists Like This One (On-Line), and Special Themes.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/edu/edudoc.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: All PO.DAAC holdings are free of charge to scientists, educators and the community at large. However, any products freely obtained from the PO.DAAC may not be redistributed for profit. Information and images on our web site can be freely used by the public without restriction. Whenever any materials from our web site are used, please give PO.DAAC proper acknowledgement.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Amethyst Galleries, Inc., Mineral Gallery	coveysd@galleries.com	6249 Balmoral Dr.	Dublon	OH	43017				
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Title: The Mineral Gallery	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web page provides access to a constantly growing collection of mineral descriptions, images, and specimens. The user can search by mineral name, class, groupings - gemstones, birthstones, etc. - or full text. A photo of the mineral is then displayed, along with its name, chemistry, class, group, uses, and physical characteristics - color, luster, transparency, crystal system, crystal habits, cleavage, fracture, hardness, specific gravity, and streak. The user can also access pictures of specimens of the mineral, and find links to associated minerals.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://mineral.galleries.com/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright ©1995-1998 by Amethyst Galleries, Inc. Unless otherwise noted, all descriptions, images, and programs are the property of Amethyst Galleries, Inc., and may not be copied for commercial purposes. Permission to copy descriptions and images is granted for personal and educational use only. All such copies must include this copyright notice and explicit references to this URL.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Molecular Imaging	http://www.molec.com/info/form.html	9830 S. 51st Street, Suite A124	Phoenix	AZ	5044				
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Title: Scanning Tunneling Microscopy	Keywords: Chemistry,Mineralogy or petrology,Physics	Description: The scanning tunneling and atomic force microscopes permit atomic-scale imaging of processes at the liquid-solid interface. This article reviews the mechanism of these microscopes. It also surveys some representative applications, such as the potential dependence of adlayer structure and the electron transfer properties of individual molecules.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.molec.com/educ/stm.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				National Resources of Canada	info-mms@nrcan.gc.ca			Ontario					Canada
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Title: Minerals and Metals at Home	Keywords: Geology,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web site provides an introduction to the things that you see around a house that are made from minerals and metals. Using clickable image maps the user can select common items and are provided the names of the minerals and metals that are contained therein. OR, the user can visit four home scenes and test their knowledge of metal and mineral-containing items.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/mms/wealth/intro-e.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Michael	Kimberly		Dr	North Carolina State University, Department of Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences	kimberley@ncsu.edu			NC					
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Title: Minerals	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: An Internet-based set of course notes for minerals providing an outline of topics that would be covered in a lecture. Topics covered include bonds, states of matter, physical properties of minerals, Moh's Hardness Scale, silicates and nonsilicates, progressive polymerization, enivronmentrs of mineral formation and rock characteristics. The pages are truly notes, listing important topics but not providing detailed supporting information.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://courses.ncsu.edu/classes-a/mea/mea101_info/chapters_color/KimColor6_03.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Paul	Boyle	D	Dr	North Carolina State University, Department of Chemisry	boyle@laue.chem.ncsu.edu	Box 024	Raleigh	NC	27695				
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Title: Growing Crystals that Will Make Your Crystallographer Happy	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web site is geared toward graduate students and other researchers wanting to grow crystals suitable for X-ray structure determinations. Numerous techniques of growing crystals are discussed and include: slow evaporation, slow cooling, variations on slow evaporation and slow cooling, vapor diffusion, solvent diffusion, reactant diffusion, sublimation, convection, co-crystallants, counterions, and ionization of neutral compounds.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://laue.chem.ncsu.edu/web/GrowXtal.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Paul	Boyle	D	Dr	North Carolina State University, Department of Chemistry	boyle@laue.chem.ncsu.edu	Box 024	Raleigh	NC	27695				
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Title: Crystal Growing for Students	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web page provides information and instructions on the numerous ways that one can grow crystals. A Frequently Asked Questions page(FAQ), a list of links to other sites and a recommendation for a text are offered. There are also specific instructions for growing Potassium Ferricyanide, Copper Acetate Monohydrate, and Calcium Copper Acetate Hexahydrate.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://laue.chem.ncsu.edu/web/student_xtal.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Ed	Murphy		Dr	North Dakota Geological Survey	ecmurphy@rival.ndgs.state.nd.us	600 East Boulevard Avenue	Bismark	ND	58505-0840				
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Title: Mineral Resources of North Dakota	Keywords: Geology,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web site provides information about cement rock, salt, clay, sand and gravel, coal, uranium, oil and gas and volcanic ash in North Dakota. The distribution of the resource in the state and the history of mining efforts for each resource are discussed.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ndsu.nodak.edu/instruct/schwert/ndgs/minerals.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Ed	Miller		Mr	Oxford Brooks University, Department of Geology	windymillergb@hotmail.ac.uk	Headington Campus, Gipsy Lane	Oxford		OX3 0BP				England
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Title: Field Trip to South-west Cornwall	Keywords: Geology,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This is a virtual field trip to the mining areas of southwest Cornwall, a region of amazingly varied geology and spectacular coastlines situated on the toe of Britain. It provides a general overview of the area’s geological history, some of the human history of mining, and short discussions of metasomatism and mineralization characteristic of the area. The field trip component emphasizes the area around St. Austell and the Lands End Peninsula.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.brookes.ac.uk/geology/8361/2000/ed/home.htm
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Thomas	Lowell	V.	Dr	University of Cincinnati, Department of Geology	Thomas.Lowell@uc.edu	PO Box 210013	Cincinnati	OH	45221-0013	http://tvl1.geo.uc.edu/ice/glacier.html	(513)556-4165	(513)556-6931	
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Title: Trip to an Ice Cave: Breidamerkurjokull, Iceland	Keywords: Cryology,Geology,Physical geography,Structural geology	Description: This website is hosted by the Department of Geology at the University of Cincinnati. It houses over twenty slide photos of a field trip to an ice cave in Breidamerkurjokull, Iceland. Each photo contains a narrative and some have time comparison shots.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://tvl1.geo.uc.edu/ice/Image/topic/cave.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The images and materials on these pages, except where noted, are the product of my efforts. I make them available for non-profit, educational uses. As a condition of use, I request that you inform me. Thank You. Tom Lowell
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Thomas	Lowell	V.	Dr	Department of Geology, University of Cincinnati	Thomas.Lowell@UC.Edu	PO Box 210013	Cincinnati	OH	45221-0013		513-556-4165	513-556-693	
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Title: Glacial Geology at the University of Cincinnati: View Images of, and Learn About, Glaciers	Keywords: Cryology	Description: This web site was originally set up for a geology class at the University of Cincinnati. However, anyone interested in glacial geology will enjoy visiting this site. Here, an impressive glacial image database is divided into six topics: Erosion, Subglacial, Superglacial, Ice-margin, Glacial lakes, and Proglacial. Within each topic, individual examples are organized into process, deposit/feature, and landform. Also featured is a special section on the Iceland Flood, which occurred on September 30, 1996, when a subglacial volcano erupted under the Vatnajokull ice cap. Also included are weekly class modules. Each module has readings, lecture notes, study images, homework question, data collection and reduction activities.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://tvl1.geo.uc.edu/ice/Glacier.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The images and materials on these pages, except where noted, are my the product of the author. They are available for non-profit, educational uses. As a condition of use, the author requests that you inform him.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Gulf of Maine Aquarium	www@octopus.gma.org	P.O. Box 7549	Portland	ME	04112				
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Title: Gulf of Maine Aquarium	Keywords: Biology,Biological oceanography,Ecology,Hydrology	Description: This web site contains illustrated information and classroom-ready activities for teachers, students, and anyone who wants to learn about aquatic environments. The site is divided into seven topical sites, either by habitat or species. "Space Available" focuses on using satellite imagery to study the oceans, and includes sections on the human impact on oceans, weather, remote sensing, and how satellites work. "All About Lobsters" includes information on the life cycle of lobsters, lobster trivia and fishery information. "All About Turtles" includes a section on turtle anatomy, defenses, and species, and how you can help turtles. The "On Location" section includes information on coral reefs in Belize, global climate change, Israel and the Red Sea, and information on the deep submergence vehicle, ALVIN. "Katahdin to the sea" looks at streams, ponds, aquifers, bogs, estuaries, beaches, tidepools, and the Gulf of Maine. The "Streams" section includes information on the history of Maine and water, and information on pollution and water.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://octopus.gma.org/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 2001. Gulf of Maine Aquarium. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Roger	Pielke		Dr	Colorado State University, Department of Atmospheric Science	dallas@cobra.atmos.colostate.edu	208 Atmospheric Science	Fort Collins	CO	80523		970-491-8293		
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Title: U.S. National Report to International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics 1991-1994: Contributions in Properties of the Solid Earth, Dynamics of the Solid Earth and Other Planets, Space Sciences, Atmospheric Sciences, Hydrology, Ocean Sciences	Keywords: Space science,Atmospheric science,Geophysics,Hydrology,Physical oceanography,Geology,Climatology	Description: This massive reference source, a supplement to the American Geophysical Union’s Reviews of Geophysics, Vol. 33, 1995, seeks to link science to societal needs by incorporating inter- and cross-disciplinary articles within the six major topics covered: properties of the solid earth (covering volcanology, geochemistry, and petrology; geomagnetism and paleomagnetism), dynamics of the solid earth and other planets (covering tectonophysics, seismology, and geodesy), space sciences (covering atmospheric studies of extraterrestrial bodies, space physics, and the Earth's atmosphere from the mesosphere and above), atmospheric sciences (covering the Earth's atmosphere below the mesosphere), hydrology (including all aspects of surface and ground water), ocean sciences (covering physical, chemical, and biological oceanography). Inter- and cross-disciplinary articles address volcanoes and climates, the atmospheric and hydrologic aspects of precipitation; air-sea interaction; and surficial properties. Authors for this volume were requested to structure their articles in a manner that assists in demonstrating the societal value of the work, and to define information in a form that is as clear as possible to a scientist who is not specializing in the topic of the article.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://earth.agu.org/revgeophys/index.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1995 by the American Geophysical Union, 2000 Florida Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20009. Figures, tables, and short excerpts may be reprinted in scientific books and journals if the source is properly cited; all other rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): James	Wittke	H	Dr	Northern Arizona State University, Department of Geology, Bilby Research	James.Wittke@nau.edu		Flagstaff	AZ	86011-6013		520-523-9565		
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Title: Electron Microprobe Lab	Keywords: Technology	Description: This is the home page for the Northern Arizona University Electron Microprobe Laboratory. Electron microprobe analysis (EMPA) is a non-destructive method for determining the chemical composition of tiny amounts of solid materials. The resources of this site include a bibliography of Northern Arizona University Microprobe publications, web sites on microanalysis, and an operating manual for the Microprobe. A course syllabus and class notes are also included.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://jan.ucc.nau.edu/~wittke/Microprobe/Probe.html
Learning Context: 13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				U. S. Geological Survey, Earthquake Hazards Program, Web Team						http://earthquake.usgs.gov/cgi-bin/sitemail1.cgi			
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Title: United States Geological Survey, Earthquake Hazards Program: Earthquake Products	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards	Description: This is a web page for earthquake products, a part of the Earthquake Hazards Program (EHP) of the United States Geological Survey (USGS). This page provides access to information and products for purchase on earthquakes. Included are maps - seismic hazard maps, earthquake maps, site response, and fault and landform maps-, general interest publications, plate tectonics publications, bulletins/circulars and technical research papers. Also available are fact sheets on different geographical areas, including California and the western United States, the Pacific Northwest, the central and eastern United States, and those on a global and national scale. Users can also access information on videos and CDROMs for purchase, as well as global, national and regional earthquake data.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eq_products.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): John	Betts			John Betts Fine Minerals	jhbnyc@aol.com								
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Title: Anthony's Nose, New York: A Review of Three Mineral Localities (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web site describes three mineral locations in the area of Anthony's Nose, a prominent highland east of the Hudson River in New York State. Two of the sites are over 150 years old and have been long forgotten. Yet surprisingly minerals may still be easily collected at these sites. Unfortunately there has been much confusion about the exact localities and mineral occurrences. This paper attempts to clarify and correct much of the misinformation, and describe the present collecting opportunities. Sections include a brief introduction on the mineral types and localities of the area, the regional geology, the history of the area, calcite occurrence, and the current status and access.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.rockhounds.com/rockshop/john_betts/anthonys_nose.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1998 John Betts and Bob's Rock Shop. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				The Sacramento Bee	http://www.sacbee.com/bee/sacbeemail.html								
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Title: The California Gold Rush (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology,Human geography	Description: This web site provides the history behind the California gold rush. It is comprised of a collection of newspaper articles, a map of the common overland routes taken to get to California from the east and information on travel by sea as well. Additional resources include a list of recommended readings, a timeline of events, a page for further contact information, and an interactive quiz.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.sacbee.com/goldrush/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © The Sacramento Bee
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Christof	Kuhn				kuhn@edv1.boku.ac.at								
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Title: Etymology of Mineral and Rock Names	Keywords: Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web site provides the etymology of mineral and rock names - a list of the derivations of many of the common mineralogical and petrological terms. Two lists are provided, one in English, and one in German.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://homepage.boku.ac.at/h9440283/eetymol.htm
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Dan	Narsavage			Idaho Virtual Campus at Idaho State University	narsdani@isu.edu	Campus Box 8196	Pocatello	ID	83209		(208) 282-2661	(208) 282-4231	
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Title: Glaciation in the Sawtooth Mountains	Keywords: Cryology,Geology,Physical geography	Description: This course on glaciation from the Idaho Virtual Campus at Idaho State University provides descriptive text, links, visuals, and on-line tutorials. The goals are threefold: to provide a basic understanding of the glacial processes which helped to shape the Sawtooth Mountains; to aid with the identification of landforms that characterize a once-glaciated region; and to show some of the techniques used by Quaternary geologists to analyze glacial environments. Site pages include tutorials on Pleistocene ice sheets and their associated landforms, alpine glaciers and the features they create, and the Sawtooth Mountains as an example of alpine glaciology. A field trip exercise exposes students to the use of two techniques of relative dating: moraine morphometry and soil development.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://wapi.isu.edu/Field_Exercise/Glaciers/glacier_index.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 2000, The Idaho Board of Education. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Idaho Virtual Campus at Idaho State University	ivc@isu.edu	Campus Box 8196	Pocatello	ID	83209				
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Title: The Idaho Virtual Campus at Idaho State University	Keywords: Biology,Geology,Physics	Description: The vision of the Idaho Virtual Campus (IVC) is of a "virtual learning community" in which the same level of collaboration and active hands/minds-on learning takes place as in the traditional on-campus environment. Site visitors find useful facts, visuals and exercises regarding anthropology, biology, geology, and physics. Site pages include course registration information and a list of current classes, tutorials and field exercises/modules. Registration is required for participation in classes.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://wapi.isu.edu/default.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 2000, The Idaho Board of Education. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Rickard	Toomey, III	S.		Illinois State Museum, Research and Collections Center	toomey@museum.state.il.us	1011 East Ash Street	Springfield	IL	62703		217-524-7908	217-785-2857	
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Title: Ice Ages	Keywords: Cryology	Description: This web site is a portion of the Illinois State Museum's On-line Exhibits. Ice Age information ranges from general to specific. A web-animated video of the retreat of the Laurentide ice sheet is featured. The main topics include: the Midwestern U.S. 16,000 years ago; What are Ice Ages?; When did Ice Ages occur?; and Why do Ice Ages occur?
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://museum.state.il.us/exhibits/ice_ages/index.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1995, Illinois State Museum. All text and images in this exhibit are the property of the State of Illinois. Educational use is encouraged; however, any commercial duplication without prior written consent of the ISM is prohibited.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Erich	Schroeder			Illinois State Museum, Research and Collections Center	webmaster@museum.state.il.us	1011 East Ash	Springfield	IL	62703		217-785-0037	217-785-2857	
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Title: Illinois State Museum	Keywords: Ecology,Paleontology,Biology	Description: This is the home site for the Illinois State Museum. The Exhibits link features on-line exhibits and physical exhibits. These include: At Home in the Heartland - an exhibit about family life in Illinois from 1700 to the present; The Midwest at 16,000 years ago - a display on the environments, plants and animals of the Midwestern United States at that time; Journey to Other Worlds: Siberian Collections - the environment and life of the people of this area; Ice Ages; State Symbols of Illinois; RiverWeb American Bottom Landing Site - a exploration into the environment, history, and cultures of a section of the Mississippi River valley; Mazon Creek Fossils - fossils discovered along the Mazon Creek in northeastern Illinois; and Prairies in the Prairie State - information on the Prairie ecosystem, and specifically, the Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie. The Programs link features information on education, research, publications, museum grants, and the Illinois Artisans Program. The collections page includes a description of the extensive collections maintained by the museum. There is a link to General Information, which includes information on directories, history and museum sites. The Calendar of Events lists current exhibits and programs at all Museum sites including the Dickson Mounds Museum, Illinois Art Gallery, Illinois Artisans Shop, Lockport Gallery, and the Southern Illinois Artisans Shop and Visitors Center.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.museum.state.il.us/index.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © Illinois State Museum Society
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Robert	Hall	D.	Dr	Indiana University, Purdue University	Rdhall@iupui.edu	425 University Blvd., Geology Department SL 2120B	Indianapolis	IN	46202-5143				
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Title: Glaciers	Keywords: Cryology	Description: This web page displays the syllabus for a one-credit course offered by the Geology department at the Indiana University- Purdue University Indianapolis. Users can access downloadable Power Point slide presentations on an introduction to Glaciology, Snow and Ice, Thermal Relationships, Mass Balance, and Erosional Features.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geology.iupui.edu/academics/CLASSES/g130/glaciers/index.htm
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): William	Locke	W.	Dr	Montana State University - Bozeman, Department of Earth Sciences	wlocke@montana.edu		Bozeman	MT	59717-3480	http://www.homepage.montana.edu/~ueswl	406-994-6918	406-994-6923	
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Title: Yellowstone Ice Cap Modeling (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Cryology	Description: This web page presents the findings of spreadsheet modeling techniques that reconstruct the Late Pleistocene ("Pinedale") ice cover of the greater Yellowstone area. This was done by Dr. William Locke of Montana State University and his undergraduate students in the 1994 junior-level Geomorphology course (Locke, 1995, in Rocky Mountain Cell Friends of the Pleistocene Field Conference Guidebook, G. A. Meyer, ed.). This web page explains the techniques and displays the results. Also featured are links to informative topics featured on Dr. Locke's homepage: spreadsheet modeling techniques, and the Wind River Range.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.homepage.montana.edu/~ueswl/yell.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information is unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Dorothy	Hall	K.	Dr	NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center, Laboratory for Hydrospheric Processes, Hydrological Sciences Branch, Code 974	dhall@glacier.gsfc.nasa.gov		Greenbelt	MD	20771				
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Title: Monitoring Glacier Changes from Space	Keywords: Climatology,Cryology	Description: This web page provides a scientific paper written by a glaciologist and published on the web by the National Aeronautics & Space Administration. It focuses on the use of detailed digital image data to track small changes indicative of regional trends in glacier mass balance. If observed over a long enough period of time in many different geographic settings, glacier-terminus position changes can be related to changes in regional and even global climate mass balance.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://esd.gsfc.nasa.gov/GLACIER.BAY/hall.science.txt.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information is unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Robert	Grumbine			Ocean Modeling Branch of the Environmental Modeling Center	seaice@polar.wwb.noaa.gov	5200 Auth Rd., #206, World Weather Building	Camp Springs	MD	20746				
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Title: Sea Ice Home Page	Keywords: Cryology	Description: This web page is part of the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP), Ocean Modeling Branch (OMB), Sea Ice program. The Polar and Great Lakes Ice group works on sea ice analysis from satellite, sea ice modeling, and ice-atmosphere-ocean coupling. Here you can access images of sea ice extent that can be animated to show the previous 30 days activity. Images are available for the globe, the Northern Hemisphere ( Alsaka, Sea of Okhotsk, and Sea of Japan), and the Southern Hemisphere (Weddell Polynya Watch, Ross Sea and Amery Basin). Information on sea ice modelling and forecasts is also accessible.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://polar.wwb.noaa.gov/seaice/Welcome.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The information on government servers are in the public domain, unless specifically annotated otherwise, and may be used freely by the public. Before using information obtained from this server special attention should be given to the date & time of the data and products being displayed. This information shall not be modified in content and then presented as official government material.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): C.	Haggerty			National Snow and Ice Data Center, World Glacier Monitoring Service, World Glacier Inventory			Boulder	CO	80309-0449				
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				National Snow and Ice Data Center, University of Colorado	nsidc@kryos.colorado.edu	CIRES, Campus Box 449	Boulder	CO	80309-0449		303-492-6199	303-492-2468	
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Title: The World Glacier Inventory	Keywords: Cryology	Description: This web site is part of the National Snow and Ice Data Center's World Glacier Monitoring Service. The World Glacier Inventory contains information for over 67,000 glaciers throughout the world. Parameters within the inventory include: geographic location, area, length, orientation, elevation, and classification of morphological type and moraines. The inventory entries are based upon a single observation in time and can be viewed as a "snapshot" of the glacier at this time. These data are collected and digitized by the World Glacier Monitoring Service, Zurich. A point and click map of the world will also take users to the region of interest with a list of glaciated areas.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://nsidc.org/NOAA/wgms_inventory/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Citations in reference lists accompanying published work should be stated: Hoelzle, M. and Haeberli, W. World Glacier Monitoring Service. World Glacier Inventory. Digital data available from the National Snow and Ice Data Center. nsidc@kryos.colorado.edu. University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado. An example of a statement within a publication citing data might read: "These data, the World Glacier Inventory, were obtained from the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC), University of Colorado at Boulder."
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Michael	Kimberley		Dr	NC State University, Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences	kimberley@ncsu.edu	2138 Jordan Hall, Campus Box 8208	Raleigh	NC	27695		919-515-7831	919-515-7802	
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Title: Lecture Notes for Physical Geology (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Geology	Description: This site contains informative lecture notes on twenty-one topics is physcial geology: First Look at Planet Earth, The Dynamic Earth, Atoms and Minerals, Volcanoes and Magmas, Weathering and Soils, Sediment and Sedimentary Rock, Metamorphism and Metamorphic Rock, Geologic Time, Mass-Wasting, Streams and Drainage Systems, Groundwater, Glaciers and Glaciation, Wind Action and Deserts, Oceans and Ocean Margins, Deformation of Rock, Earthquakes and Earth's Interior, Global Tectonics, Landscape Changes, Climatic Changes, Resources of Minerals and Energy, and Beyond Planet Earth. Chapters contain many scientific visualizations and illustrations.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://courses.ncsu.edu:8020/classes-a/mea/mea101_info/chapters_color/an_index_color_chapters.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Web Technician				Audience and Member Services, WGBH Educational Foundation	nova_tech@wgbh.org	125 Western Avenue	Boston	MA	02134		617-492-2777, Ext. 5400		
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Title: Cracking the Ice Age	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology,Cryology,Geology	Description: This web site is part of NOVA online from the Public Broadcasting System (PBS). It examines earth and atmospheric topics with a focus on historical and present climates, ice ages, glaciers, climactic change, Wilson cycles, the greenhouse effect, carbon dioxide, chlorofluorocarbons, plate tectonics, and Alfred Wegener. Tutorials are entitled: Big Chill, Greenhouse - Green Planet, Hot Science: Continents on the Move, and Related Links. Each topic has a brief report and includes scientific illustrations.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/ice/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: New content © 2001 PBS/WGBH. This Web site was produced for PBS Online by WGBH. Web site ©2001 WGBH Educational Foundation.This site is owned and operated by the WGBH Educational Foundation. No material from wgbh.org or any Web site owned, operated, licensed or controlled by WGBH may be copied, reproduced, republished, uploaded, transmitted, or distributed in any way, except that you may download one copy of the materials on any single computer for your personal, non-commercial home use only, provided you keep intact all copyright and other proprietary notices. Modification of the materials or use of the materials for any other purpose is a violation of WGBH's copyright and other proprietary rights. The use of any such material on any other Web site or networked computer environment is prohibited. All trademarks, servicemarks, and trade names are proprietary to WGBH Educational Foundation or Public Broadcasting Service or the owners of such trademarks, servicemarks, or tradenames.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				U. S. Geological Survey						http://earthquake.usgs.gov			
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Title: USGS Earthquake Hazards Program: Seismic Networks	Keywords: Geophysics,Natural hazards	Description: The Earthquake Hazards Program (EHP) of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) is part of the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP) lead by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The page connects the user to information on monitored national and regional seismic activity in the United States by the USGS, and internationally monitored activity in cooperation with the Incorporated Research Institutes for Seismology (IRIS).
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eq_networks.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested. Some of the documents on this server may contain live references (or pointers) to information created and maintained by other organizations. Please note that USGS does not control and cannot guarantee the relevance, timeliness, or accuracy of these outside materials.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				The University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Climatological Survey	operator@operations.ocs.ou.edu	100 East Boyd Street, Suite 1210	Norman	OK	73019-1012		405-325-3231		
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Title: Oklahoma Climatological Survey	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology	Description: The Oklahoma Climatological Survey has a legislative mandate to acquire, process, and disseminate climate and weather data and information for use by the state's citizens. The Survey maintains an extensive array of climatological information, operates the Oklahoma Mesonet, and hosts a wide variety of educational outreach and scientific research projects. Most of the resources in this site are located in the Data and Products, Programs and Outreach, and Educational Materials sections.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ocs.ou.edu/default.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 1996-2001 Oklahoma Climatological Survey. All Rights Reserved. Materials may be copied for teaching purposes. You may not sell, redistribute, retransmit, or publicly display the OCS materials for profit without the express prior written consent of OCS.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Customer Service				Water Environment Federation	csc@wef.org	601 Wythe Street	Alexandria	VA	22314-1994		703-684-2400		
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Title: Water Environment Federation for Students	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: This is the education site for the Water Education Foundation (WEF). There are resources related to water issues for students and teachers, including activities and a glossary of water terms. The activities are for students from elementary school through high school. At the college and university level there is information about the Water Education Foundation scholarship, and instructions on how to form a local chapter. For teachers, there are links to all the student's activities and lesson plans, and information on workshops, conferences, and career information. A few of the activities are translated in Spanish, and there is also an accompanying Spanish guidebook. Links are provided to The Water Sourcebook (an order form and guidebook description), the Stockholm Junior Water Prize (a contest for high school students), Go With the Flow (a virtual tour of the water treatment process), as well as the plethora of resources provided by the Water Education Foundation.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.wef.org/wefstudents/index.jhtml
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The text, logos and images on this site are protected under the Trademark and Copyright laws of the United States, as well as other countries. Any downloading, reproduction or further distribution of any original material appearing on this Web site without prior written permission of WEF is strictly prohibited. Requests to reprint WEF published material should be in written form and should specifically state the item(s) to be reprinted, the purpose, and distribution of the reprints. Requests for permission to reprint materials should be referred to the editor of the publication.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Association for Biodiversity Information, NatureServe.org	natureserve@abi.org	1101 Wilson Boulevard, 15th Floor	Arlington	VA	22209	http://www.abi.org/index.htm			
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Title: NatureServe: An Online Encyclopedia Of Life	Keywords: Biology,Ecology	Description: NatureServe provides conservation status, taxonomic, and distribution information for over 50,000 plants, animals, and ecological communities in the United States and Canada. NatureServe represents a "snapshot" of dynamic data that are continually being refined by the input of hundreds of Natural Heritage scientists and collaborators into the Association for Biodiversity Information's central databases. NatureServe is updated from the central databases three times each year to reflect new data from refined geographic surveys, the latest taxonomic treatments, and any new conservation status assessments. Data for additional taxonomic groups can be expected with each update. You can easily search NatureServe to find: scientific and common names, conservation status, distribution maps, life histories, and conservation needs.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.natureserve.org/index.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © 2001 The Association for Biodiversity Information. All Rights Reserved. The following citation should be used in any published materials which reference the web site. NatureServe: An online encyclopedia of life [web application]. 2001. Version 1.3 . Arlington, Virginia, USA: Association for Biodiversity Information. Available: http://www.natureserve.org/. (Accessed: April 16, 2001). Permission to use, copy and distribute documents delivered from this server is hereby granted under the following conditions. The above copyright notice must appear in all copies. Any use of the documents available from this server must be for informational purposes only and in no instance for commercial purposes. Some data may be downloaded to files and altered in format for analytical purposes, however the data should still be referenced using the citation above. No graphics available from this server can be used, copied or distributed separate from the accompanying text.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Ted	Smith			California Department of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology	tsmith@consrv.ca.gov			CA					
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Title: State Geological Surveys and Related Agencies in the United States	Keywords: Geology,Hydrology,Natural hazards	Description: This web page is part of the California Department of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology Web site. It provides a list of state geological surveys and related organizations in the United States (and Puerto Rico). For all of these agencies, mail addresses as well as known e-mail and Internet links are provided. Links are also provided to pages on geologic mapping, geologic hazards, earthquake engineering, mineral resources, and technical information and publications.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.consrv.ca.gov/dmg/other/index.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © California Department of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology, 2001. All rights reserved. The Department of Conservation makes no warranties as to the suitability of this product for any purpose.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Know Your Watershed, Conservation Technology Center, Perdue University	kyw@ctic.purdue.edu	1220 Potter Drive, Room 170	West Lafayette	IN	47906		765-494-9555	765-494-5969	
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Title: Know Your Watershed	Keywords: Chemistry,Environmental science,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: Know Your Watershed is a coordinated national effort to encourage the formation of local, voluntary watershed partnerships. Know Your Watershed helps assure that these partnerships successfully attain their goals. There are four main areas of focus at this website: the National Watershed Network and watershed information, the National Watershed Library, Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) information, and Training and Conference calendars and descriptions. The National Watershed Network is a registry of locally led watershed partnerships working to meet local goals through voluntary actions. The watershed tutorial covers many subjects from basic definitions to devising watershed protection plans. The National Watershed Library is a searchable, online database of tools and information resources. The TMDL tutorial reviews the basics and lists links to resources, like the EPA, that monitor water quality. Training is in the form of online workshops and a quiz, and details for upcoming conferences.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ctic.purdue.edu/KYW/KYW.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Instructional Resource Center, Fort Hayes State University	pphillip@fhsu.edu	600 Park Street	Hays	KS	67601-4099		785-628-4000		
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Title: Kansas Summer Geography Institute, 1996	Keywords: Human geography,Hydrology,Physical geography	Description: This web site houses lesson plans from the 1996 Kansas Summer Geography Institute. There are over thirty lesson plans, which are linked by title and categorized by subject content and grade level. Topics are Kansas-specific but apply to a wide range of physical and cultural geographic curricula. Subject topics range from cooperative learning, agricultural economics, population growth, water rights and conservation, to groundwater, weather, pollution, map usage, reading, writing, and math.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.fhsu.edu/kga/lp/5/lpcon5.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Fort Hays State University is not responsible for violations of applicable federal and state laws or professional codes of conduct on unofficial pages. Please advise if you detect information at the Web site, which may violate federal or state laws or codes of conduct. The university is not responsible for personal or unofficial pages. Many different people provide information on the Fort Hays State University Web site. While every effort is made to keep the information up-to-date, there are no guarantees. Please advise us at sklaus@fhsu.edu if you find an item that needs to be corrected or updated, and include the address of the document in question.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration	answers@noaa.gov	14th Street & Constitution Avenue, NW, Room 6013	Washington	DC	20230	http://www.noaa.gov/index.html	202-482-6090	202-482-3154	
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Title: NOAA Home Page	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Biological oceanography,Natural hazards,Physical oceanography	Description: This is the home page for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The goal of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is to describe and predict changes in the Earth's environment, and conserve and wisely manage the Nation's coastal and marine resources. This page provides access to the many component organizations, educational resources, and opportunities at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Some of the resources include: weather forecasts, threats assessment, excessive heat outlook, heat and drought awareness, fire satellite images, and current weather satellite images. In addition, it contains news stories related to current atmospheric and oceanic issues as well as media advisories.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.noaa.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The materials contained on these pages are in the public domain and can not be copyrighted. When any of these materials are used, credit must be given to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric administration/Department of Commerce unless otherwise instructed to give credit to another source.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Weather Service, Office of Public Affairs	w-nws.webmaster@noaa.gov	1325 East-West Hwy., Room 18454	Silver Spring	MD	20910				
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Title: National Weather Service Homepage	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology,Natural hazards	Description: The National Weather Service web page provides access to a vast array of weather and climate information. Their services include current weather data, forecast information and products, and severe weather warnings. There are also links to regional National Weather Service web sites and specialized weather and prediction services.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.nws.noaa.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The information on government servers are in the public domain, unless specifically annotated otherwise, and may be used freely by the public. When any of these materials are used, credit must be given to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric administration/Department of Commerce unless otherwise instructed to give credit to another source.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				The Fluvarium	fluvarium@thezone.net	Nagle's Place	St.John's	Newfoundland	A1B 2Z2		709-754-3474		Canada
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Title: The Fluvarium	Keywords: Biological oceanography,Ecology,Environmental science,Geology,Hydrology	Description: The Fluvarium is a facility located in St. Johns, Newfoundland, that offers a "window on a stream". In constructing the Fluvarium, Nagles's Hill Brook was diverted to flow past nine underwater windows. It was designed to be an "open system", that is, open to outside influences such as weather and other occurrences, such as seasonal flooding, seasonal low-water levels, and of course, human activity (pollution). The goal of this facility is to educate the public about freshwater ecology. On-line materials include quizzes about freshwater in Canada and waste management, and coloring sheets for younger children in both French and English. There is also information on water quality testing procedures.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.fluvarium.nf.net/index.html
Learning Context: 4;5;6;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: All content copyright The Fluvarium 1996-2000, except where indicated otherwise.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Resource Action Program	cs@getwise.org	Program Center, 2351 Tenaya Drive	Modesto	CA	95354		888-438-9473	209-529-0266	
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Title: Resource Action Programs	Keywords: ,Environmental science,Hydrology,	Description: The mission of the Resource Action Programs is to promote resource knowledge and conservation habits for students and households in the areas of energy, water, renewable resources, and pollution. The two programs, LivingWise and Learning to be WaterWise, teach participants through a combination of classroom activities and at-home learning projects that individual actions really add up to incredible savings. Developed for grades 4-8 by the nonprofit National Energy Foundation, the programs build student skills in basic core subjects required by State and National Learning Standards. The programs are implemented in schools at no cost through sponsor funding or grants issued from the Resource Action Program.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.getwise.org/index.html
Learning Context: 4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Bert	Ulrich		Mr	National Aeronautic and Space Administration, Public Services Division							202-358-1750		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Aeronautic and Space Administration Headquarters, Public Affairs Office	comments@hq.nasa.gov	Code-P, 300 E Street SW	Washington	DC	20546				
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Title: NASA	Keywords: Space science	Description: The National Aeronautics and Space Administration home page provides information on current events at NASA, general information about NASA, and links to a plethora of NASA web sites, educational resources, and NASA Centers.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.nasa.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information on this site is in the public domain. You may use NASA imagery (including Internet screen captures), video, and audio material for educational or informational purposes, including photo collections, textbooks, public exhibits and Internet Web pages. The NASA material must not explicitly or implicitly convey NASA's endorsement of commercial goods or services. If a NASA image includes an identifiable person, using the image may infringe that person's right of privacy or publicity, and permission should be obtained from the person. You may link to NASA pages provided the link you design is strictly for information and does not convey NASA's implicit or explicit endorsement of any goods or services you might be offering. You may not put the NASA logo on your personal Web page, even to use as a link back to the NASA Home Page. Check with NASA Public Services Division for questions about commercial use.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Mojave Water Agency, Watermaster	Watermaster@Mojavewater.org	13581 John Glenn Road, P.O. Box 1089,	Apple Valley	CA	92307		800-254-4242		
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Title: The Mojave Water Agency	Keywords: Environmental science,Geology,Hydrology,Policy issues,	Description: This is the home site for the Mojave Water Agency. The Mojave Water Agency, MWA, is the governmental body with primary responsibility for the management of water resources over a 4,900 square mile area of the Mojave Desert. It is the Agency's mission to implement future water management policies and programs that will ensure a stable long term supply of water for the Mojave Water Agency service area. The objective of the website is to provide and make available the many diversified forms of Agency information to the public through visiting the site pages. A sample of notable pages includes: Recent California Supreme Court decisions affecting the rights and responsibilities of water producers in the basin (Top News Stories); The history of the MWA (About MWA); A USGS animation download depicting ground-water level changes between 1931 and 1999 (Available Publications); Descriptions of xeriscape and other community outreach projects (MWA Projects); Water production and water use data (Water Supply and Resources); FAQ’s (Watermaster); An education primer on water conservation (Kid's Corner).
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.mojavewater.org/MWA.HTM
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright (c) 1998 Mojave Water Agency.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Mohave Water Agency	Watermaster@Mojavewater.org	13581 John Glenn Road, P.O. Box 1089	Apple Valley	CA	92307		800-254-4242		
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Title: Water Education and Kids Corner	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: This is the Mojave Water Agency's informational site on water conservation, ground water and the hydrologic cycle that's geared toward kids. It includes a “Water Word Search” game in its Games/Activities section.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.mojavewater.org/mwa800.htm
Learning Context: 4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright (c) 1998 Mojave Water Agency.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Rich	Pavlovsky			National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Jet Propulsion Laboratory	rich@www.jpl.nasa.gov	4800 Oak Grove Drive	Pasadena	CA	91109		818-354-4321		
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Title: National Aeronautics & Space Administration's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Space science,Technology	Description: This is the home page for the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. This page contains general information about the lab, information on past, present, and future projects and missions, and educational pages describing the Solar System, Earth, Universe, and applications of technology at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The site also provides links to the many other diverse educational resources provided by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory including an image and video collection, and current events.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information on this site is in the public domain, except where copyright is otherwise indicated. You may use NASA imagery (including Internet screen captures), video, and audio material for educational or informational purposes, including photo collections, textbooks, public exhibits and Internet Web pages. The NASA material must not explicitly or implicitly convey NASA's endorsement of commercial goods or services. If a NASA image includes an identifiable person, using the image may infringe that person's right of privacy or publicity, and permission should be obtained from the person. You may link to NASA pages provided the link you design is strictly for information and does not convey NASA's implicit or explicit endorsement of any goods or services you might be offering. You may not put the NASA logo on your personal Web page, even to use as a link back to the NASA Home Page. Check with NASA Public Services Division for questions about commercial use.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				American Meteorological Society	webadmin@ametsoc.org	45 Beacon St.	Boston	MA	02108-3693		617-227-2425	617-742-8718	
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Title: American Meteorological Society	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology	Description: This is the home page for the American Meteorological Society, whose mission is to promote the development and dissemination of information and education on the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences. This page contains general information about the society, information about current projects, and upcoming meetings, seminars, and classes. It also contains links to the society’s nine atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic journals and bulletins, and pre-college and undergraduate educational initiatives.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ametsoc.org/AMS/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © Copyright 2000 American Meteorological Society (AMS). Permission to use figures, tables, and brief excerpts from this work in scientific and educational works is hereby granted provided that the source is acknowledged. Any use of material in this work that is determined to be "fair use" under Section 107 or that satisfies the conditions specified in Section 108 of the U.S. Copyright Law (17 USC, as revised by P.L. 94-553) does not require the Society's permission. Republication, systematic reproduction, posting in electronic form on servers, or other uses of this material, except as exempted by the above statements, requires written permission or license from the AMS. Additional details are provided in the AMS Copyright Policies, available from the AMS at 617-227-2426 Ext.: 250 or amspubs@ametsoc.org.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): F.	Bills	L.	Dr	State of Utah Resources Web	lynn@m.sesc.k12.ut.us	685 E. 200	S. Price	UT	84501		435-637-1173		
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Title: The State of Utah Resources Web - SURWEB	Keywords: Biology,Ecology,Geology,Hydrology,Physical geography	Description: This is the web site for the State of Utah Resources Web (SURWEB) which allows people to create multimedia presentations in minutes using images, sounds, and movies provided by the State of Utah Resources Web or other digital sources. Hundreds of image and multimedia collections are available for use. You can also access more than a thousand multimedia presentations and learning segments that have been created by other State of Utah Resources Web users.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.surweb.org/default.asp
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: These materials are copyrighted by SURWEB or its authors. Except as noted, you may copy them as much as you would like for personal, educational or classroom use, but redistribution in any way requires the permission of SURWEB. In consideration of this authorization, you agree that any copy of any object from SURWEB shall retain all copyright and other proprietary notices contained herein.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Nicholas	Short	M.	Dr	National Aeronautic and Space Administration, Goddard Space Flight Center	nmshort@epix.net		Greenbelt	MD	20771				
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Aeronautic and Space Administration, Goddard Space Flight Center, Applied Information Sciences Branch	rstweb@gst.com		Greenbelt	MD	20771				
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Title: The Remote Sensing Tutorial	Keywords: Space science,Technology	Description: This is the web page for the National Aeronautics & Space Administration's Remote Sensing Tutorial, a training manual for learning the role of space science and technology and for using remote sensing to monitor planetary bodies and distant stars and galaxies. The Earth itself is the main focus. The tutorial defines remote sensing and then provides an in-depth explanation of how remote sensing is applied to the study of the land, sea, air and biotic communities that comprise the Earth’s environments, its vital role in exploring the planets and reaching the stars and galaxies well out into the Cosmos. Not only does it provide insight into past uses of aerial photography and space imagery, but it also helps the user develop skills in interpreting these visual displays and data sets by direct inspection and by computer processing. Using a processing program called PIT, it even allows the user to apply their newly acquired knowledge to actual image interpretation on "raw" image data available from the Internet. Due to the comprehensive nature of the tutorial, it is adequate for use either as a bona fide text or as a supplement.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://rst.gsfc.nasa.gov/Front/overview.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information on this site is in the public domain, except where copyright is otherwise indicated. You may use NASA imagery (including Internet screen captures), video, and audio material for educational or informational purposes, including photo collections, textbooks, public exhibits and Internet Web pages. The NASA material must not explicitly or implicitly convey NASA's endorsement of commercial goods or services. If a NASA image includes an identifiable person, using the image may infringe that person's right of privacy or publicity, and permission should be obtained from the person. You may link to NASA pages provided the link you design is strictly for information and does not convey NASA's implicit or explicit endorsement of any goods or services you might be offering. You may not put the NASA logo on your personal Web page, even to use as a link back to the NASA Home Page. Check with NASA Public Services Division for questions about commercial use.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				Geological Survey of Canada	cordlink@nrcan.gc.ca	101-605 Robson Street	Vancouver	British Columbia	v6B5J3		604-666-0529	604-666-1124	Canada
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Title: Cordlink: A Window on Cordilleran Geology	Keywords: Geochemistry,Geology	Description: The Cordlink Digital Library provides access to geoscience information for the Canadian Cordillera, the range of mountains that extends northwestward along the North American plate margin through Alberta, British Columbia and the Yukon. Cordlink is a shared digital library resource comprising a network of distributed map, document and image datasets maintained by a consortium of federal, provincial, territorial and academic partners in western Canada. Cordlink's goal is to provide Internet access to geoscience information. The Cordlink library covers a wide spectrum of geoscience themes relating to the geological architecture of the Cordilleran and Pacific margin regions of western Canada, and the processes that have shaped the evolution of this plate margin over the last 2.5 billion years. Information holdings are integrated across the library system and provide an essential framework for both ongoing scientific research and for applied Earth Science activities that focus on the sustainable development of Canada's nonrenewable resources, land-use planning, and the assessment of natural hazards.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://cordlink.gsc.nrcan.gc.ca/cordlink/default.htm
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Gary	Horton	A.		Nevada Division of Water Planning, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources	ghorton@govmail.state.nv.us	1550 East College Parkway, Suite 142	Carson City	NV	89706-7921	http://www.state.nv.us/cnr/ndwp/home.htm	775-687-3600 extension 25	775-687-1288	
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Title: Water Words Dictionary	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology	Description: This website houses an online dictionary of water words. It is a compilation of technical water, water quality, environmental, and water-related terms. Words are grouped alphabetically, and there are also appendices: A- Nevada's Hydrographic Regions (Basins), Areas, and Sub-Areas, B- Water Quality Standards, Information and Issues, C- Water Usage and Conservation, D- Endangered/Threatened Species and Habitat Information, E- Water-Related Agencies, and F- Miscellaneous. There are also links to Abbreviations and Acronyms, a Metric Conversion Table and Flow Equivalents, a second Metric Conversion Table and Flow Equivalents, Conversion Factors for Hydraulic Units of Measure, Selected References and Sources, and Quotes.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.state.nv.us/cnr/ndwp/dict-1/waterwds.htm
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Jack	Borden			For Spacious Skies	skies@ForSpaciousSkies.com	111 Brickyard Rd.	Athol	MD	01331				
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Title: For Spacious Skies	Keywords: Atmospheric science	Description: This is the web site of For Spacious Skies, a program designed to educate children to look up and become aware of the sky. Included in this site are various photographs of clouds, short writings explaining how the program has been implemented in schools, and a link to the Blue Hill Observatory, home of the oldest continuous weather data records in North America.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.forspaciousskies.com/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Photo collection © by John Day. Copyright for essays are with original publishers.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Staff				City of Phoenix	http://www.ci.phoenix.az.us/EMAIL/svfdback.html		Phoenix	AZ					
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Title: Reading List for Water Conservation and Water Science	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: This website houses the 1999-2000 reading list for water conservation and water science, compiled by the city of Phoenix, Arizona. The books are categorized by education levels and age: elementary school, middle school, and high school and adult. There are over thirty books listed. Each title has a brief summary of the book's main lessons. A link is provided to the city of Phoenix's home page.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ci.phoenix.az.us/WATER/books.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;4;5;6;7;8;1;2;3;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © Copyright, 2001, City of Phoenix.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research, Climate Diagnostics Center	webmaster@cdc.noaa.gov	325 Broadway	Boulder	CO	80305-3328	http://www.cdc.noaa.gov/		303-497-7013	
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Title: Display and Analysis Web Pages for the Climate Diagnostics Center Climate Data (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology	Description: This web site provides access to atmospheric and climatological data from a variety of National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration sources. It also contains numerous tools for retrieving and displaying the data. You can either download raw data or use the tools to construct finished data products. The user is asked to enter such information as type of analysis, time-scale, dataset, variability, and time range of data. Web pages that meet the entered criteria are then generated, and include monthly/seasonal composites, linear monthly/seasonal correlations, daily composites, United States climate division maps, time-section plots, wavelets, chi corrected heating atlas, daily data plots, and others.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.cdc.noaa.gov/PublicData/web_tools.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The information on government servers are in the public domain, unless specifically annotated otherwise, and may be used freely by the public. When any of these materials are used, credit must be given to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Department of Commerce unless otherwise instructed to give credit to another source.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Partnerships to Advance Learning in Science	doug@iastate.edu	Iowa State University Agronomy Building	Ames	IA	50011		515-294-9872		
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Title: Partnerships to Advance Learning in Science: Developing, Implementing, and Sharing Constructivist Learning	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Biology,Climatology,Soil science	Description: Partnerships to Advance Learning in Science (PALS) is a resource website for educators. The site has variety of educational materials ranging from entire courses in biology to a library of videos and animations. It has links to Project Bio and other links used in meteorology at Iowa State University. It contains links to a video library and few Java simulations. It contains also a forecasting activity for severe weather. It has a few pages of interresting clouds picture for kids.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.pals.iastate.edu/index.html
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: © 2000, PALS, all rights reserved
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): KTEH Television				Public Broadcasting System	webmaster@kteh.org	1585 Schallenberger Road	San Jose	CA			408-795-5400		
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Title: Cadillac Desert: Water And The Transformation Of Nature	Keywords: Environmental science,Human geography,Hydrology,Policy issues	Description: This website is the interactive guide that accompanies the four part Public Broadcasting System (PBS) documentary, Cadillac Desert. The documentary borrows its name from Marc Reisner's groundbreaking book, Cadillac Desert. This book explores the history of water use and misuse in the American West, the extremes of triumph and disaster, heroism and intrigue, bitter rivalries and strange bedfellows that dominate this little-known chapter of U.S. history. The focus of the first three parts of the documentary is based on Reisner's Cadillac Desert. The final episode is drawn from Sandra Postel's book, Last Oasis, and examines the global impact of the technologies and policies that came out of America's manipulation of water, demonstrating how they have created the need for conservation methods that will protect Earth's water for the next century. This site features abstracts of the four episodes: Episode One: Mulholland's Dream, Episode Two: An American Nile, Episode Three: The Mercy of Nature, and Episode Four: Last Oasis. Also available: Mike Malone Interviews the Authors (written format), Fact Guides: A Water World and What You Can Do to Help Conserve Water.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.pbs.org/kteh/cadillacdesert/home.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright 1997 KTEH, except some materials used under license.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Council for Science and the Environment	cnie@cnie.org	1725 K St., NW, Suite 212	Washington	DC	20006		202-530-5810	202-628-4311	
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Title: National Library for the Environment: Congressional Research Service Reports	Keywords: Policy issues,Environmental science	Description: This web site provides access to the Congressional Research Service reports on environmental issues. The Congressional Research Service products undergo review for accuracy and objectivity and contain non-technical information that can be very useful to people interested in environmental policy. The National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE) is committed to expanding, maintaining and updating its database of reports, making them available and searchable for the public. Users can search the database for reports and issue briefs by keyword, code #, title, or date of publication (and update date). Natural resource report topics include agriculture and grazing, energy, biodiversity, energy, forestry, marine, mining, and wetland and aquatic. Environmental quality reports focus on air, climate, pesticides, pollution, stratospheric ozone, waste management, and water quality. General topics include international finance, legislation, population, public lands, and regulatory reform, risk assessment, science and technology, trade, taxes and economics, and transportation.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.cnie.org/NLE/CRS/
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: The distribution of Congressional Research Service Reports is not protected by law or copyright.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Art	Sussman		Dr	WestEd	asussma@wested.org	730 Harrison Street	San Francisco	CA	94107	http://www.planetguide.net	415-615-3206	415-512-2024	
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Title: Dr. Art's Guide to Planet Earth	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Ecology,Environmental science	Description: This website complements the book "Dr. Art's Guide to Planet Earth" written by Dr. Art Sussman. The website includes animations, lesson plans and experiments that can be used in conjunction with the book. The number of items are continually being increased as a result of collaboration with K-12 teachers and field testing. It also includes the complete text of the first chapter which introduces systems thinking, Earth Systems Science, and the author's approach using three Earth Systems principles: 1) Earth is essentially a closed system for matter (Matter Cycles), 2) Earth is an open system for energy (Energy Flows), and 3) Earth is a networked system for life (Life Webs). Topics covered include systems thinking, the rock cycle, water cycle, carbon cycle, Earth's energy budget, greenhouse effect, biodiversity, ecosystems, extinction, ozone hole, loss of biodiversity, climate change, local environmental issues, conservation and renewable resources. The book and website are being used in middle school, high school, college, teacher preservice, and teacher inservice.
Publication 3-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.planetguide.net/
Learning Context: 9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: This site and its contents © 1996—2001 WestEd®. All rights reserved. May be used in an educational setting as long as credit to WestEd is given.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Lily	Wai			University of Idaho Library, Government Documents Dept.- 0135	lwai@uidaho.edu		Moscow	ID	83844-2353		208-885-6344	208-885-6817	
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Title: Inside Idaho: Interactive Numeric & Spatial Information Data Engine	Keywords: Human geography,Physical geography,Technology	Description: This is the web page for the Interactive Numeric and Spatial Information Data Engine (INSIDE) Idaho, a digital geospatial and numeric data library for the state of Idaho. This page provides links to geodata, numeric data, an atlas, an Interactive GIS interface, and a tutorial. The tutorial is designed to help users understand how this web site is organized, what data are available, and how they can use the data. The atlas section of the web site is designed for visually browsing available data as 8-1/2 x 11 map-like color graphics in such categories as atmosphere, demographic, education, land cover, natural resources, physical, political, and reference. The Interactive GIS interface allows users to select and visualize geographic and administrative (such as counties) areas of Idaho using their web browser. The numeric section includes data on people and the environment, the economy, the public sector, and climate. The visualization capabilities encompass thematic and topographic maps.
Publication 4-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://inside.uidaho.edu/default.htm
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and Other Restrictions Information is Unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Harcourt, Inc., Permissions Department	webmaster@harcourt.com	6277 Sea Harbor Drive	Orlando	FL	32887	http://www.harcourt.com/about/permissions.html	407-345-3979	407-345-4058	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Harcourt, Inc.	ecare@harcourt.com	6277 Sea Harbor Drive	Orlando	FL	32887	http://www.harcourt.com/	888-677-7357		
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Title: Academic Press Dictionary of Science and Technology	Keywords: Space science,Mathematics,Physics,Technology	Description: This is the online version of the Academic Press Dictionary of Science and Technology. The dictionary covers 130 different fields in mathematics, and the physical, medical, social, and computer sciences. It is the largest scientific dictionary ever compiled in the English language. The vocabulary ranges from common terms that have no special scientific meaning to highly specialized terms that rarely merit inclusion in a general-interest dictionary. The user can perform a search for a particular word or can browse the archive alphabetically within specific disciplines.
Publication 8-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.harcourt.com/dictionary/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;7;8;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright © Harcourt, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of the material protected by this copyright may be reproduced, or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, broadcasting or by any other information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from Harcourt, Inc. All other trademarks referenced are the trademark, service mark or registered trademark of their respective holders.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of Ulster at Coleraine, School of Environmental Studies		The Coastal Studies Research Group	Coleraine, County Londonderry		Northern Ireland, BT52 1SA		00-44-(0)28-70324428	00-44-(0)28-70324911	
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Title: Sedimentology and Geomorphology	Keywords: Hydrology,Geology	Description: This site houses descriptions of various coastal geomorphology research projects currently underway at the University of Ulster, Coastal Research Department. Core concepts of the coastal studies are sedimentology and morphodynamics, as affected by tidal processes, storms, glaciations, and anthropogenic effects. Currently there are over fifteen project descriptions listed. Most projects focus on the coastal environments of Ireland. Each description has links to the main researchers' e-mail addresses. Most project descriptions have visuals of their respective study areas and indices of associated publications, while a few provide links to partner institutions and relevant journal articles.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ulst.ac.uk/faculty/science/crg/sedimorp.htm
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Copyright and other restrictions information are unknown.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Horace	Mitchell		Dr	NASA - Goddard Space Flight Center, Scientific Visualization Studio	hmitche@pop900.gsfc.nasa.gov		Greenbelt	MD	20771				
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Alex	Kekesi			NASA - Goddard Space Flight Center, Scientific Visualization Studio	B.A.Kekesi@gsfc.nasa.gov		Greenbelt	MD	20771				
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Lori	Perkins			NASA - Goddard Space Flight Center, Scientific Visualization Studio	Lori.Perkins@gsfc.nasa.gov		Greenbelt	MD	20771				
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Title: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center: Scientific Visualization Studio	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Human geography,Climatology,Technology	Description: This is the web page for The Scientific Visualization Studio (SVS), a branch of the National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA) that generates visuals to promote a greater understanding of Earth and Space Science Research Activities at the Goddard Space Flight Center. The Scientific Visualization Studio creates scientific stories by combining the visualization of remote sensing data with conceptual scientific animations for presentation to the scientific community and to the general public through educational institutions, museums, Compact Discs and videos. The Facilities section contains a detailed overview of the instruments used to create the visualizations. The Image Wall contains twenty reports on National Aeronautical & Space Administration projects including El Nino, the Biosphere, the Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (UARS), astronomy, seasonal climate variations, hurricanes, Antarctica, urban growth, and others. The reports come complete with project write-ups and downloadable images and movies.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/index.html
Learning Context: 17;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: NASA images generally are not copyrighted. You may use NASA imagery, video and audio material for educational or informational purposes, including photo collections, textbooks, public exhibits and Internet Web pages. This general permission does not include the NASA insignia logo (the blue "meatball" insignia), the NASA logotype (the red "worm" logo) and the NASA seal. These images may not be used by persons who are not NASA employees or on products (including Web pages) that are not NASA sponsored. If the NASA material is to be used for commercial purposes, especially including advertisements, it must not explicitly or implicitly convey NASA's endorsement of commercial goods or services. If a NASA image includes an identifiable person, using the image for commercial purposes may infringe that person's right of privacy or publicity, and permission should be obtained from the person.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey, Cascades Volcano Observatory	GS-CVO-WEB@usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, David A. Johnston Cascades Volcano Observatory		5400 MacArthur Blvd	Vancouver	WA	98661	http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/home.html	360-993-8900	360-993-8980	
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Title: The "Plus Side" of Volcanoes	Keywords: Geology,Human geography	Description: This web page provides a brief guide to the benefits of living with volcanoes. The topics considered are: Fertile Soils; Geothermal Energy with examples from Newberry Caldera in Oregon and in California, The Geysers, Casa Diablo in Long Valley Caldera, and the Salton Sea geothermal field; Mineral Resources including metallic minerals; Industrial Products including construction materials, cleaning agents, and raw materials for many chemical and industrial uses; Business Opportunities; Spas and Resorts; and Recreation and Tourism in America's national parks and monuments. Included among the parks are Yellowstone National Park, Mount Rainier National Park, and Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/LivingWith/PlusSide/framework.html
Learning Context: 	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): James	Strittholt	R	Dr	Conservation Biology Institute - Main Office	stritt@consbio.org	260 Southwest Madison Avenue, Suite 106	Corvallis	OR	97333		541-757-0687	541-752-0518	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Michael	White	D	Dr	Conservation Biology Institute - San Diego Office	mdwhite@consbio.org	651 Cornish Drive	San Diego	CA	92024		760-634-1590		
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Title: Conservation Biology Institute	Keywords: Biology,Ecology,Environmental science	Description: The Conservation Biology Institute (CBI), a non-profit organization founded in 1997, is active in three primary areas related to conservation biology - applied research, education, and professional services. Through its research - alone or in collaboration with others - CBI actively seeks to develop new conservation tools, techniques, and analyses that can be used to better address a wide range of ecological concerns from endangered species protection to regional conservation planning. Based on a combination of field-based biology and computer mapping technologies (i.e., remote sensing and geographic information systems), CBIs primary research areas include: forest, aquatic, and watershed assessments, local and regional conservation planning, endangered species research and management, ecosystem monitoring, and carnivore conservation. Their formal education program, still in development, currently consists of five basic subdivisions (or program areas) including internships/ fellowships, education materials, college courses, short courses, and workshops/guest lectures. CBIs professional services are conducted alone or in collaboration with outside organizations and include: biological surveys and consulting, geographical information system (GIS) mapping services, as well as scientific reviews and white papers.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.consbio.org/cbi/index.htm
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Patrick	Dills	N	Mr	UCAR, COMET	dills@ucar.edu	3450 Mitchell Lane FL-3	Boulder	CO	80301		303-497-8339		
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Title: Polar Satellite Products for the Operational Forecaster	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Climatology,Technology	Description: This web page offers a module on polar satellite meteorology which provides an overview of the current operational polar orbiting environmental satellites (POES) and a small sample of the many meteorological products and their uses in operational weather forecasting. The module begins with a comparison of key polar orbiting environmental satellites and geostationary operational environmental satellite (GOES) characteristics and capabilities. Next, an overview of instrument configurations and their respective meteorological observing capabilities onboard both civilian and military spacecraft is presented. A preview of polar orbiting environmental satellite imagery and selected products is included. A history offers a closer look at the development of civilian and military meteorological polar orbiting environmental satellites in the United States from the very first flight of a polar orbiter in April of 1960. Content assumes student has at least an undergraduate background in basic atmospheric or environmental science and physics. A self-test is provided at the end of the module to help the student evaluate what he or she has learned by completing this module.
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Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.meted.ucar.edu/ist/poes/index.htm
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Cost: 1	Copyright: UCAR (University Corporation for Atmospheric Research) References herein to other Web pages, which may be linked to this site, specific commercial products, processes, or services by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise does not constitute or imply an endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by UCAR. The user of this Web site understands that, with the exception of an employee or other authorized user of a UCAR sponsoring organization, UCAR may not be obligated to provide any support, consulting, training, or assistance of any kind with regard to the use of this Web site, or to provide any updates, revisions, or new versions.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Montana University System Water Center	wwwrc@montana.edu	Montana State University	Bozeman	MT	59717				
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Title: Montana Water	Keywords: Hydrology	Description: This web site is a gateway to a wealth of water resources information, with a focus on Montana. Features include: a water expertise directory, Montana watershed maps, a lending library database, and categorized water publications. A section for What's New displays water newsworthy current events. The section Featured Programs links to the following state assessments: Drought and Climate, Environet, Fish and Habitat, Reclamation-Restoration, Water Quality, Water Research, and Water/Wastewater Systems. The section Policy and Legislation contains links to Montana's water laws and national sources. The section Learning Resources currently focuses on two areas: training opportunities for water operators and professionals, and water education for the general public and the K-12 education system. The Montana Watersheds section contains information on Local Watershed Groups and river and lake related committees that are providing a forum for public discussion and a voice to people's concerns.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://water.montana.edu/default.htm
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Cost: 1	Copyright: © 2000 Montana University System Water Center
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				FGDC, USGS	fgdc@www.fgdc.gov	590 National Center	Reston	VA	20192				
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Title: Federal Geographic Data Committee	Keywords: Human geography,Physical geography,Technology	Description: The Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) is an interagency committee organized in 1990 to promote the coordinated dissemination and application of geospatial data through development of the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI). In cooperation with governmental, academic, nonprofit and private sector organizations, the FGDC is developing the NSDI as a base structure of policies, standards, procedures and relationships among data producers and users that will leverage individual geographic data efforts, and thereby facilitate expedited and expanded sharing, access, and use of geospatial data. The NSDI will (1) reduce duplication of effort among agencies, (2) improve quality and reduce costs related to geographic information, (3) make geographic data more available to the public, (4) increase the benefits of using available data, and (4) establish key partnerships with states, counties, cities, tribal nations, academia and the private sector to increase data availability. The Geospatial Data Clearinghouse (i.e., the National Spatial Data Clearinghouse) is a collection of over 250 servers having digital geographic data primarily for use in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), image processing systems, and other modeling software and prepared in accordance with NSDI protocols. While facilitated by the FGDC, the Clearinghouse is cooperative and decentralized, having six regional gateways. From the FGDC site, one can search the Clearinghouse gateways, browse the organizational sites of the registered NSDI Clearinghouse Nodes, download papers pertaining to the metadata, standards, framework, and stakeholders associated with development of the NSDI, or search through the partner site of the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (CAST) for online geospatial data by general subject, state GIS and base map sources, or other U.S. organizational sites hosting national scale data.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://fgdc.er.usgs.gov/index.html
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey, Cascades Volcano Observatory	GS-CVO-WEB@usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, David A. Johnston Cascades Volcano Observatory		5400 MacArthur Boulevard	Vancouver	WA	98661	http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/home.html	360-993-8900	360-993-8980	
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Title: Volcano and Hydrologic Hazards, Features, and Terminology	Keywords: Geology,Geophysics,Hydrology,Natural hazards	Description: This web site is a good place to start for anyone seeking information on the geology and management of natural hazards phenomena related to volcanoes and hydrologic and geothermal processes. Some information is included on landslides, earthquakes, faults, and tsunamis. In addition to a brief definition of the terms, the site provides background information on related terms; maps, graphics and images; items of interest - reports and case studies; and additional U. S. Geological Survey publications, abstracts, and fact sheets. Web sites of other agencies and other regional or global organizations responsible for monitoring and managing natural hazards are linked.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/Glossary/framework.html
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Cost: 1	Copyright: USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain. While the content of most USGS web pages is in the public domain, not all the information on our site is in the public domain. Some images/graphics are used by USGS with permission. For other uses, you may need to obtain permission from the copyright holder under the copyright law.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Nicholas	Slosser	C.	Mr	Conservation Biology Institute - Main Office	nslosser@cosnbio.org	260 SW Madison Ave., Suite 106	Corvallis	OR	97333				
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): James	Strittholt	R.	Dr	Conservation Biology Institite - Main Office	stritt@consbio.org	260 SW Madison Ave., Suite 106	Corvallis	OR	97333		541-757-0687	541-752-0518	
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Michael	White	D.	Dr	Conservation Biology Institute - San Diego Office	mdwhite@consbio.org	651 Cornish Drive	Encinitas	CA	92024		760-634-1590		
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Title: Pacific Northwest Conservation Assessment	Keywords: Biology,Ecology,Environmental science	Description: An ongoing project of the Conservation Biology Institute, the Pacific Northwest Conservation Assessment is a collection of conservation status reviews organized according to 40 identified terrestrial ecoregions that occupy all of Alaska, Yukon Territory, British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho and portions of the Northwest Territories, Alberta, Montana, Wyoming, Nevada, and California. Each report describes its respective ecoregion through four lines of inquiry: (1) current natural and cultural condition; (2) current degree of protection and primary conservation issues; (3) previous and/or current conservation research and planning; and, (4) current conservation opportunities and constraints facing such conservation. The site itself is organized into three areas: (1) an overview of the protection status for all 40 terrestrial ecoregions; (2) a web-linked list of important geographic data sources to facilitate regional conservation planning - including sources to GIS data and other information valuable to high-quality conservation planning; and, (3) a conservation assessment for each of the specific 40 ecoregions in the greater Pacific Northwest.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.consbio.org/cbi/assess/assess-main.htm
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Franco	Nori		Dr	The University of Michigan,	nori@umich.edu	Department of Physics	Ann Arbor	MI	48109-1120	http://www-personal.engin.umich.edu/~nori	734-764-3271	734-763-9694	
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Title: Sound-Producing Sand Avalanches	Keywords: Geophysics,Physics	Description: This site presents an analysis of the theories and experiments done so far on sound-producing (e.g., roaring, booming) sand avalanches. Several reference articles are cited, and a link to the summary of an article, "Booming Sand", in Scientific American volume 277, number 3, is provided. An on site version of another article, "Sound Producing Sand Avalanches", in Contemporary Physics, volume 38, number 5, is also presented in three different formats: PDF, HTML, and Postscript Preprint.The other main features of this site are sound recordings of booming sand, compressed squeaking sand, and croaking sand, as well as, and images and micrographs of booming dunes.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www-personal.engin.umich.edu/~nori/booming_sand.html
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Lenore	Tedesco	P.	Dr	Indiana University ~ Purdue University at Indianapolis	ltedesco@iupui.edu	Department of Geology, 723 West Michigan Street, SL118	Indianapolis	IN	46202		317-274-8383		
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Title: Short Course on Coral Reefs (title enhanced by cataloger)	Keywords: Biological oceanography,Geology	Description: This website is the homepage for a geology course concerning coral reefs. Topics in the course syllabus are entitled 'Reefs: A Geologic Perspective', 'Reef Building Organisms Through Time', 'The Modern Reef Ecosystem', 'Corals: Biology and Life Requirements', 'Corals as Environmental Indicators', 'The Reef and Anthropogenic Affects', and 'Saving The Reefs'. Required readings have online links under the aforementioned topics and a complete bibliography is also given. An image database is housed on site with over fifty items, and another is provided by a link to the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. A different page contains a list of links to other reef resources.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.geology.iupui.edu/academics/CLASSES/g130/reefs/index.htm
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Paul	Murray		Mr	Colorado School of Mines		Department of Geophysics	Golden	CO	80401				
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Thomas	Boyd		Dr	Colorado School of Mines	tboyd@mines.edu	Department of Geophysics	Golden	CO	80401	http://www.mines.edu/fs_home/tboyd	303-273-3522		
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Title: Coal Mining and Related Information for Golden, Colorado	Keywords: Geology,Natural hazards,Mineralogy or petrology	Description: This web site provides access to a collection of information related to coal mining activity near Golden, Colorado. This includes descriptions and maps of past mining activities, information related to surfical and subsurface geology, and accounts of subsidence related to past mining activity.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.mines.edu/fs_home/tboyd/Coal/index.html
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Joni	Osterhaudt			Northeastern University, Department of Geology	josterha@lynx.neu.edu	14 Holmes Hall	Boston	MA	02115-5096	www.casdn.neu.edu/~geology	617-373-3176	617-373-4378	
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Title: Duxbury Beach, Massachusetts Data	Keywords: Ecology	Description: This web site houses two Microsoft PowerPoint presentations of the 1999 and 2000 Piping Plover nesting sites at Duxbury Beach. Duxbury Beach is a long stretch of sandy shoreline just south of Boston, Massachusetts. It is a managed barrier island, and has parking facilities, pedestrian pathways, and lifeguard stations. Due to management over the last few years, Duxbury Beach has become one of the premiere locations for the nesting of important shore birds such as Piping Plovers and Least Terns. This project was designed to gather important data and identify controls regarding the impacted species. The presentations give information on nest locations, nest success, predation events, and beach profiles.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.casdn.neu.edu/~geology/Duxbury/index.htm
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				Prentice Hall, A Pearson Education Company			Upper Saddle River	NJ	07458	http://www.prenhall.com			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Edward	Keller	A.											
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Title: Introduction to Environmental Geology	Keywords: Geology	Description: This website partners with the book, " Introduction to Environmental Geology", to provide a forum where professors and students can expand their investigation of environmental geology. Instructors have the option of registering their syllabi with this site, so that students can view them as part of the website. A restricted entry guide for instructors is available, and students are encouraged to register and create a user profile. A drop down toolbox selects chapters of the book. For each chapter there are on-line quizzes under the headings 'Understanding the Concepts' and 'Applying the Concepts'. The on-line quizzes are automatically graded and the Results Reporter provides a coaching comment for each question, tying it back to specific pages in the text. Writing exercises are found under Web Essays, where thoughtful questions are posed about situations that may be encountered outside of the classroom and lab. At least one Web Essay per chapter requires students to reference a secondary site when preparing their answers. Quiz grades and essays can be submitted to a registered instructor via e-mail. Related web links are found under Destinations. These sites are researched and annotated by geology instructors. Regional Updates presents a map of the United States divided into four regions: the Northeast, the South, the Midwest, and the West. Each region links to recent locale specific USGS fact sheets. A search engine with a list of key terms compiled from the text are automatically linked to web search engines.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://cw.prenhall.com/bookbind/pubbooks/keller/index.html
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Cost: 1	Copyright: © 2000 Prentice Hall Incorporated
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): R.	Tabor			United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): R.	Haugerud			United States Geological Survey									
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States Geological Survey, The Western Earth Surface Processes Team			Menlo Park	CA		http://wrgis.wr.usgs.gov/wgmt/			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				United States National Park Service						http://www.nps.gov/			
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): 				United States Geological Survey	mmoreno@usgs.gov								
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Anne	Crowder												
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Title: North Cascades National Park Geology: World Class and Close to Home	Keywords: Geologic time,Geology,Geophysics,Hydrology,Mineralogy or petrology,Structural geology	Description: This web page is arranged as a geology primer for the North Cascades National Park in northwestern Washington State. It addresses the basic dynamics and architecture for the North Cascades foundation. Topics range from the general (rock types; geologic time; plate tectonics; erosion) to the specific (major terranes and metamorphic core complexes of the Western Domain; accretion, metamorphism and plutons; northward drift and extension of the crust; the volcanic origins of the Cascade Arc and Mount Baker). Three virtual field trips are described: Skagit River along Highway 20, Baker River Road and Schriebers Meadows to the south of Mount Baker, and the north fork of the Nooksack River on Mount Baker Highway (State Route 542). Links are given to more general related geology pages and helpful geologic maps are provided. Material in this site has been adapted from a new book published by The Mountaineers: Geology of the North Cascades: A Mountain Mosaic.
Publication 5-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://geology.wr.usgs.gov/docs/usgsnps/noca/content.html
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Cost: 1	Copyright: Information presented on this website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): James	Lynch	A.	Dr	Pennsylvania State University	jap@psd.edu	311 Forest Resources Lab	University Park	PA	16802		814-865-8830		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Van	Bowersox	C.	Mr	Illinois State Water Survey	sox@sws.uiuc.edu	2204 Griffith Drive, Rm 651A	Champaign	IL	61820		217-333-7873		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Jeffrey	Grimm	W.	Mr	Pennsylvania State University	jg4@psu.edu	205 Forest Resource Lab	University Park	PA	16802		814-865-2180		
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Title: Trends in Precipitation Chemistry in the United States, 1983-94: An Analysis of the Effects in 1995 of Phase I of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, Title IV.	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Policy issues,Environmental science	Description: Title IV of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 (CAAA-90) (Public Law 101-549) seeks to reduce acidic deposition in the United States through phased reductions in sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions. One of the first steps in assessing the effectiveness of such emissions reductions is to evaluate spatial and temporal trends in sulfate, nitrate, and hydrogen ion concentrations in precipitation. Filed as USGS Report 96-0346, this document details a study to evaluate the effects of Public Law 101-549 on such emission levels as monitored at National Atmospheric Deposition program/National Trends Network (NADP/NTN) sites in 1995. The assessment was based on a comparison of observed 1995 sulfate, nitrate, and hydrogen ion concentrations at these NADP/NTN sites with estimates obtained from linear least-squares trend models of precipitation chemistry data collected from 1983 through 1994. After a review of various reports detailing temporal trends in precipitation chemistry in North America and in the Netherlands, the report details the deposition monitoring of NAPD/NFN sites with datasets included either as tables in html or as figures in GIF formats. The research was funded by the U.S. Geological Survey as a contribution to the National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program.
Publication 6-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://h2o.usgs.gov/public/pubs/acidrain/index.html
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (11): Bob	Larson			Illinois State Water Survey	blarson@sws.uiuc.edu	2204 Griffith Drive	Champaign	IL	61820		217-333-9008		
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Title: Isopleth Maps	Keywords: Atmospheric science,Environmental science	Description: This site provides access to maps which detail recorded levels of individual component chemicals in acid precipitation and/or acid rain in the coterminous United States from 1994 - 1999. Maps exist for sulfate, nitrate, ammonium, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, chloride, and hydrogen ion concentrations, as well as for pH levels and measured precipitation. The site includes a full explanation of the National Atmospheric Deposition Program/ National Trends Network (NADP/NTN) completeness criteria for monitoring of the pollution, and the maps represent only that data which had been obtained from collection sites meeting these criteria on an annual basis. Provided proper accreditation, maps can be copied in GIF format or downloaded as PDFs.
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Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://nadp.sws.uiuc.edu/isopleths/
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Cost: 1	Copyright: Conditions for Use of NADP Isopleth Maps NADP encourages the use and publication of their deposition and concentration maps. For any use, they require that "NADP/NTN" appear on the maps as provided, and that they are given the bibliographic citation: National Atmospheric Deposition Program (NRSP - 3)/National Trends Network. (2000). NADP Program Office, Illinois State Water Survey, 2204 Griffith Dr., Champaign, IL 61820.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of California San Diego, Acoustic Thermometry of Ocean Climate	atoc@igpp.ucsd.edu		San Diego	California					
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				University of California, San Diego		9500 Gilman Dr.	La Jolla	CA	92093				
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Title: Acoustic Thermometry of Ocean Climate (ATOC)	Keywords: Environmental science,Physical oceanography	Description: The Acoustic Thermometry of Ocean Climate (ATOC) project is a four-year feasibility study funded by the Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) of the University of California. ATOC is composed of two complementary environmental initiatives. ATOC's first goal is to gather information about oceanic temperatures so as to test and modify existing climate models and thereby improve on future climate change predictions. The technique consists of transmitting sound waves across entire oceans, with the time of wave transit being indicative of relative ocean temperatures. ATOC's second goal is implemented through its Marine Mammal Research Program (MMRP). Led by bioacoustic researchers, the MMRP has been designed to assess the potential effects of low frequency sound transmissions on sea turtles and marine mammals (specifically, deep-diving pinnipeds, odontocetes, and mysticetes). While MMRP researchers are responsible for the operation and scheduling of the transmissions, climatic data is collected opportunistically at ATOC receiver sites. The ATOC website contains reports of the project strategies, periodic results from both projects, descriptions of the receiver sites, and the transmission schedules.
Publication 6-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://atoc.ucsd.edu/index.html
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (9): 				National Park Service, Water Resources Division	patricia_hennessy@nps.gov								
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Title: The National Park Service: Water Resources Division	Keywords: Environmental science,Hydrology,Ecology,Policy issues	Description: This site provides access to numerous textual resources concerning water resource programs in the National Park System (NPS). The texts - primarily fact sheets and reports of individual case studies - are categorized according to water quality/groundwater analysis, wetlands, water resource planning, the National Water Quality Assessment Program in National Parks (NAQWA), the Fisheries Management Program, and the Water Rights Program. Of particular note is the Environmental Contaminants Encyclopedia, a set of searchable PDF files covering 118 different chemical substances. Each file contains an overview of its respective compound, its environmental and biological hazards, associated environmental regulations, organism-specific levels of toxic concentrations, and other standards, criteria, and benchmark values useful in analyzing concentration and toxicity data. The activities of the NPS Water Resources Division (NPS-WRD) include: formulating water resources policy recommendations; planning assistance and regulatory reviews; water resources inventories and monitoring; identification, evaluation, and mitigation of existing and potential threats to park water quality and quantity; floodplain and flood hazard analyses and delineation; erosion and sediment control; protection of wetland and riparian habitats; locating and testing surface and ground water sources for potable water needs; securing and protecting NPS water rights and water resources; modifying and developing methods and procedures for applied water resources management; and conducting projects and studies in support of water resource needs.
Publication 6-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.nature.nps.gov/wrd/index.htm
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Cost: 1	Copyright: Please cite the following with use of the Environmental Contaminants Encyclopedia: Irwin, R.J., M. VanMouwerik, L. Stevens, M.D. Seese, and W. Basham. 1998. Environmental Contaminants Encyclopedia. National Park Service, Water Resources Division, Fort Collins, Colorado.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Lisa	Wells		Dr	Vanderbilt University		2201 West End Avenue	Nashville	TN	37235				
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Tenara	Blood			University of California, Department of Geography			Berkeley	CA					
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Title: Images Illustrating Principles of Geomorphology	Keywords: Geology	Description: This website houses a vast collection of photographs which illustrate earth surface processes. The photos are grouped into categories: 'Alluvial Plain Deposits and Human Transformations of Land Surfaces', 'Dunes', 'Coastal Zones and Volcanoes', 'Glaciers and Valleys', 'Desert Pavement/Varnish and Weathering Features', 'Flood Deposits', 'Coasts and Rain', 'More Coasts', 'Tidal Flats and Miscellaneous', 'Erosion and Rivers', 'Faults, Glaciers, Volcanoes', and 'Miscellaneous Additions'. Each photo is labeled with a location and date. A link is provided to the Geo-Images Project, which houses many other geoscience photo collections.
Publication 6-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://geogweb.berkeley.edu/GeoImages/Wells/wells.html
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Cost: 1	Copyright: All photographs are copyright by the respective photographers. The Geo-Images site is copyright by the Regents of the University of California. Unauthorized use of images is strictly prohibited and may result in legal action. The purpose of the Geo-Images Project is to make these images widely available, primarily by publishing them on this website. It is recognized that there are other, more specialized, educational uses that may require using them in other contexts. These include class and individual websites, and inclusion in term papers. Permission to use these images is generally granted if the purpose is both educational and non-profit. To obtain permission please contact either the project director or the author of the relevant chapter. If permission is granted please be careful to correctly credit the photographer and the Geo-Images Project, Department of Geography, University of California, Berkeley.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Alwynne	Beaudoin				abeaudoi@gpu.srv.ualberta.ca								
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Title: Dictionary of Quaternary Acronyms and Abbreviations	Keywords: Geology	Description: This dictionary consists of acronyms and abbreviations used in Quaternary studies. It includes abbreviations for societies, projects, government agencies, and identifiers for radiocarbon and American Meteorological Society (AMS) laboratories and museum collections. It also includes some often-encountered abbreviations for geographic entities, such as Canadian Provinces, United States states, and countries. In addition, "terms in common use" are included, such as time or climate-stratigraphic units and dating methods. Other abbreviations include terms that are used in sub-disciplines of Quaternary studies. These terms are not always explained and, because they are new or only used in a restricted sub-discipline, they are not always included in standard earth science dictionaries. When possible, links to sites providing additional information for many of the societies, organizations and projects listed here are included. A dictionary specific search is also available.
Publication 6-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.ualberta.ca/~abeaudoi/cap/diction.htm
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Cost: 1	Copyright: © 2000, Canadian Association of Palynologists.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): Jon	Pelletier		Dr	The University of Arizona, Department of Geosciences			Tucson	AZ	85721-0077		520-626-2126		
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Title: Introduction to Geomorphology	Keywords: Physical geography	Description: This website houses the course outline, syllabus, and class notes for an introductory geomorphology class. The class focuses on the processes and forms related to the sculpting of the land surface by the flow of wind and water, including ice. The class notes are in full sentence format, and include images from a wide variety of print and web sources. Conceptual foci include planetary surfaces, weathering, soils, and mass movement, as well as fluvial, coastal, eolian, paraglacial, perigalcial, and glacial landforms.
Publication 6-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://geomorphology.geo.arizona.edu//geos450/geos450.html
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Cost: 1	Copyright: All contents copyright © 1998-2000. All rights reserved.
Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Michael	Church	A.	Dr	The University of British Columbia, Geography Department	mchurch@geog.ubc.ca	133-1984 West Mall	Vancouver, B.C.		Canada V6T 1Z4		604-822-6959		
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (4): Oldrich	Hungr		Dr	The University of British Columbia, Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences	ohungr@eos.ubc.ca		Vancouver, B.C.		Canada V6T 1Z4		604-822-8471		
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Title: Principles of Geomorphology	Keywords: Physical geography	Description: This website houses course information for an introductory geomorphology class. Features: The introduction lists instructor contact information, class objectives, basic prerequisites, course text, and grading requirements. An outline contains lecture topics, dates, and applicable reading. An extensive bibliography for more detailed reading on topics of particular interest is provided. An image set holds over fifty images, which are grouped by movement and material type. The images have a brief caption, and when given, a location and copyright. Lastly is included an index of material relevant to the course, which as a reference is recommended but not required for reading.
Publication 6-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.science.ubc.ca/~geol351/351_home.html
Learning Context: 17;13;14;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
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Author/Publisher/Contact Information (8): David	Nash		Dr	University of Cincinnati	dbnash@uc.edu	603 Geology Physics Building	Cincinnati	OH	45221		513-556-2834		
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Title: Geomorphic Processes	Keywords: Physical geography	Description: This website houses course information for a quarter-semester geomorphology class. A basic outline of the course is given under 'Review'. Copies of previous exams and quizzes are accessible, (without answer keys). A section for handouts holds Thornbury's 10 principles of earth surface processes. Another section contains links to on-line class readings. A copy of the entire syllabus, with an extensive bibliography and reading schedule is available in pdf format. The lab assignments are also available, with accompanying handouts if applicable.
Publication 6-2001
Format: 0	Platform: 5	Location: http://www.oz.uc.edu/~nashdb/courses/504/homepage.html
Learning Context: 17;15;16	Intended End User Role: 0
Cost: 1	Copyright