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

1. - Earth Science News, Maps, Dictionary, Articles, Jobs
geology and Earth Science current events, news, articles, dictionary, satellite images, career information, reference maps, and more.

Site Search Web Most Popular Google Maps Satellite Images US Reference Maps Geology of Mercury NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft recently made a flyby of the planet Mercury acquiring lots of images that illustrate geologic features. Visit a " Geology of Mercury " photo gallery to see craters, faults, ejecta, lava flows, scarps and much more..
Sliding Rocks - Racetrack Playa

What Does a Geologist Do?

Learn about the interesting work done by a geologist.
The Most Powerful Volcanic Eruption of the 20th Century:

A case of mistaken identity.
Meteor Impact Craters!
Zoom in on 50 of Earth's largest meteor impact craters with Google Maps
Google Map - San Andreas Fault

Zoom in to see the approximate location of the San Andreas.
Herkimer Diamonds:
Learn how to find these doubly terminated quartz crystals at Herkimer, NY.

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

3. Geological Society Of America - Geology Magazine
Geological Society of America geology Magazine.

4. About Geology - The Complete Guide To Geology
About geology includes everything from outer space to the Earth s core, from the oldest fossils to the landslides and earthquakes of today.
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The American Geophysical Union issued its latest formal position statement on climate today, " Human Impacts on Climate ." It's a complete revamp of the previous statement of 2003 In the next 50 years, even the lower limit of impending climate change—an additional global mean warming of 1°C above the last decade—is far beyond the range of climate variability experienced during the past thousand years and poses global problems in planning for and adapting to it. Warming greater than 2°C above 19th century levels is projected to be disruptive, reducing global agricultural productivity, causing widespread loss of biodiversity, and—if sustained over centuries—melting much of the Greenland ice sheet with ensuing rise in sea level of several meters. If this 2°C warming is to be avoided, then our net annual emissions of CO must be reduced by more than 50 percent within this century. . . .

5. Geology
These questions and many more can be answered if we know a little about geology! That s the study of the Earth. Minerals (and the Stuff They Are Made Of!)
Why do volcanoes erupt? How are rocks made and destroyed? Why do rivers wiggle back and forth? What sorts of animals roamed the Earth long ago? These questions and many more can be answered if we know a little about GEOLOGY! That's the study of the Earth.
Minerals (and the Stuff They Are Made Of!)
Rocks and the Rock Cycle
Earth's Layers and Moving Plates
Fossils and Earth History
Scientists Who Study Rocks
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6. Geology - Continental Drift - Crystalinks
geology is commonly divided into a number of subdisciplines (1) those concerned with the chemical makeup of the solid Earth, which include the study of
Geology - Continental Drift
Geology is the scientific study of the Earth, including its composition, structure, physical properties, and history. The term geology is broadly inclusive and is often regarded as embracing all of the geologic sciences. Geology is commonly divided into a number of subdisciplines: (1) those concerned with the chemical makeup of the solid Earth, which include the study of minerals (mineralogy) and rocks (petrology); (2) those having to do with the structure of the solid Earth, as, for example, the study of the relationships of rocks and geologic features in general (structural geology) and the science of volcanic phenomena (volcanology); (3) those concerned with landforms and the processes that produce them (geomorphology and glacial geology); (4) those dealing with geologic history, including the study of fossils and the fossil record (paleontology), the development of sedimentary strata (stratigraphy), and the evolution of planetary bodies and their satellites (astrogeology); and (5) economic geology and its various branchese.g., mining geology and petroleum geology. Some major fields closely allied to geology are geodesy, geophysics, and geochemistry.

7. Geology Discipline Home Page
Welcome to the geology Discipline Home page of the US Geologic Survey. Inside you will find links to our science programs, real time hazard information,
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8. ScienceDaily: Geology News
geology news. From the discovery of new properties of deep earth and finds in fossil magma chambers to fossil fuels and more. geology images and text.
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9. Geology
Web site for geology. Geological Society of America Geological Society of America. geology is published by the Geological Society of America.
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Geology GSA Bulletin Geosphere For an alternate route to Geology from these locations use this URL:
Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, The Netherlands, UK. (More Information) Print ISSN: 0091-7613

10. Geology Online Resources At Education Index
Hand picked directory of online geology resources.
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Geology We're continually reviewing new sites and adding resources, and appreciate your comments and suggestions. Suggest a link here
Aleta's Geology Links
Very thorough geology links page. Contains many subjects.
American Geological Institute
Earthquake Info from the USGS
Continually updated information on earthquake activity worldwide, information on what you should do to prepare for a quake, and information on what causes earthquakes and why.
Flints and Stones: Real Life in Prehistory
The British Museum of Antiquities takes kids on a virtual trip to the Stone Age in this appealing site, which also relates ancient history to today's world, making it more real.
Geological Survey of Japan
An in-depth geographic survey of Japan, ranging from general geologic surveys to marine geology, environmental geology, and an earthquake special lab. Site also includes geological maps, and the Geological Museum.
Geology Link Page
This is a great listing of geology links on the web. It includes government links, associations, and links by field of study. Good resource.

11. Geology, Rocks And Minerals -
geology, Rocks and Minerals Pages. geology Label Me! Printouts Label the Earth, the crust, a volcano, water cycle, and other Earthrelated diagrams.
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12. GSA Journals Online - Journal - Table Of Contents
geology. Volume 36, Issue 1 (January 2008). geology Volume 36 Issue 1. View Cover Image Journal Information Masthead

13. Geology At CSU Stanislaus
geology, Earth Science, Faculty, Courses, Field Trips, Research.

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Geology at CSU Stanislaus Home and Overview
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Calif. Mineral Museum
Visit Us Our Office Maps to Campus Maps of Campus Links Science at CSU Stanislaus CSU Stanislaus Home Geology Links Water For The World ... Webmail The Department of Physics, Physical Sciences, and Geology offers undergraduate curricula leading to the Bachelor of Science Degree in Geology. A minor in Geology and courses for students seeking a teaching credential in the sciences also are offered. The Bachelor of Science program consists of required courses plus electives to meet the needs of students who are preparing for employment in geology and for admission to graduate study in geology. Most of the department's courses take advantage of the close proximity of CSU, Stanislaus to the varied and often spectacular geology of the Sierras and coast ranges. Department of Physics, Physical Sciences, and Geology

14. NPS: Nature & Science » Geology Resources Division
The Official National Park Service geology Website for information on NPS geologic resource management programs, geoheritage conservation, and geologic
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Geoscientists-in-the-Parks Jobs
Learn about opportunities in geologic research, education, and resource management in the National Parks.
National Cave and Karst Research Institute
The National Cave and Karst Research Institute facilitates speleological research, enhances public education, and promotes environmentally sound cave and karst management.
Teacher Resources
A site for educational resources and links for teaching geology with National Park examples.
Minerals Management
A variety of rights to explore and extract minerals exist in and near park units. Management of mineral development to prevent or mitigate adverse effects on park resources and values presents complex challenges to the NPS.
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Adjacent Mineral and Energy Development
The National Park Service has aggressively pursued protection of its resources from adjacent mineral development by attempting to coordinate mineral planning and permitting by adjacent land managers.

15. Portland State University Geology Department
Welcome to PSU geology. Please use the menu on the left to navigate our site Department of geology Portland State University PO Box 751
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16. Get Answers: Geology
Get Answers geology. Q A Topics. Q A Index page, Alien/UFOs, Anthropology Apemen, Apologetics, Archaeology, Arguments NOT to use
Answers in Genesis: believing it. defending it. proclaiming it. has a new look
Wonders of Geology Action Pack Ancient Ice Ages or Gigantic Submarine Landslides? Geologic Column (The) Enjoy the Ride: Grand Canyon ... Life in the Great Ice Age
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17. University Of North Dakota | Geology And Geological Engineering
University of North Dakota. geology and Geological Engineering. geology. Geological Engineering. Environmental Geoscience. Environmental geology. Minerals.
Skip to main content. UND Home GGE Home F.D. Holland, Jr. Geology Library ... CampusConnection SEARCH UND A to Z Index Directory Map GGE Moodle ... Research and Facilities Geology and Environmental Geoscience Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Financial Aid Fall Class Schedule (Geol) ... Spring Class Schedule (Geol) Geological Engineering Undergraduate Program Graduate Program Financial Aid Fall Class Schedule (GeoE) ... Spring Class Schedule (GeoE) Alumni and Students Our Alumni Association of Undergraduate Geologists Department Governance Documents and Policies
We offer challenging programs leading to:
  • B.S. and B.A. degrees in Geology, and B.S. degrees in Geological Engineering and Environmental Geoscience M.S. and M.A. degrees in Geology and the M.S. in Geological Engineering
  • 18. University Of North Carolina Wilmington - The Career Center - Explore And Resear
    geology majors need skills in the following areas Investigation, Communication, The U.S. Geological Survey s Coastal and Marine geology Program website

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    University of North Carolina Wilmington About UNCW Academics Admissions Arts ... Career Center The Career Center
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        Choices ... UNI 101 Resources Geology What is Geology? Related Career Titles Related Major Skills Career Planning Links ... Miscellaneous Resources UNCW Dept of Geology What Is Geology? According to Earth Science World: Do you find the prospect of working on a wide range of Earth-related issues, from resource management to environmental protection exciting? Do you enjoy working outdoors? Travel? Do you enjoy puzzle solving and working across scales, using details to solve wider problems? Then the geosciences may be an interesting career path to investigate.
        • The scientific study of the origin, history, and structure of the earth. The structure of a specific region of the earth's crust. The scientific study of the origin, history, and structure of the solid matter of a celestial body.
        Related Career Titles Aerial Photographer Geomorphologist National Park Service Agricultural Engineer Geophysicist Oceanographer Architect Geophysics Technician Paleoceanographer Astronomer Geo-Technical Engineer Paleoclimatologist Cartographer Glacial Geologist Paleontologist Computer Analyst Hydrologist Park Naturalist Consultant Industrial Hygienist Park Ranger Coop Extension Agent Instrumentation Tech Parks-Natural Resource Mgr Economic Geologist Laboratory Technician Peace Corps Worker Environmental Consultant Landscape/Nursery Mgr

    19. Geology
    Undertaking an undergraduate honors thesis project was what made geology come alive for me. It set the stage for graduate school and allowed me to mature
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    • Chris Stevens '04 was awarded the Geological Association of Canada's geophysics division student award for the best student paper at the 2007 GAC conference! SLUGAC 6 (St. Lawrence University Geology Alumni Conference) was held September 13, 14, 15, 2007. click here for more information The Geological Society of America 2007 conference is in Denver from October 28-31 more... The Geological Society of America Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania October 22-25, 2006 more... Students of 2006.... Kevin Emblidge and Stephanie Peek presented at NEGSA in Harrisburg, PA! more...
    Student Research Opportunities
    "Undertaking an undergraduate honors thesis project was what made geology come alive for me. It set the stage for graduate school and allowed me to mature as a student and researcher. I directly attribute the chance to participate in undergraduate research with my desire to learn more about the Earth and its history." Jeff Chiaranzelli, 1981 Site last updated January 14, 2008

    20. Geology Chapter
    Introduction to the geology information in the Atlas.
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    Geology is the study of the Earth. An understanding of Earth processes is essential to help mitigate losses resulting from natural disasters; to sustain the Nation's supplies of water, energy, and mineral resources; to provide for the advantageous development of the Nation's physical and economic infrastructure; and to enhance and preserve the quality of the environment. A significant component of geology involves mapping. Rocks, land surfaces, and currents in the oceans and atmosphere are mapped through direct contact or by using remote sensing from aircraft, satellites, and ships. Remote sensing also maps features hidden from view, such as the ocean floor or properties far below the Earth's surface. Geologists also map the location and magnitudes of processes as they change today. Such mapping may include recording surface elevations to measure subsidence, measuring earthquake ground motions, gaging streams gaging to determine rates and volumes of river flows, measuring gas emissions from volcanoes to forecast eruptions, or monitoring levels of water tables. Geologist also make maps that reconstruct such processes throughout the history of the Earth's 4.6 billion years. This information is fundamental to the sound management of our lands, water, and other natural resources. It improves the safety, health, and well-being of Americans.

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