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  Welcome to the Institute for Celestial Geodynamics

  Investigating Gravitational Effects of Local Celestial Bodies
  on the Internal Dynamics of Earth

 

USGS Earth sciences photographic Archive


 Minnesota State Parks: Minnesota DNR

 National Park Service:  

 Geology - Macalester College

 University of St. Thomas :
 Geology : Department Home

 Department of Earth Sciences
University of Minnesota

 Minnesota Geological Survey

 University of Minnesota's Mineral Collection

 A Paleontologist's Guide to Dental Analysis 

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Geology Department - Gustavus Adolphus College  

 Rock Talk

 A Series of Short Geology Videos (5 min to 12 minutes each) created by Dr. William S. Cordua, Emeritus Professor of Geology - University of Wisconsin, River Falls. These videos offer a great way to learn basic geology principles, as well as find out how geologists figure things out using evidence in the field, and in the lab. The focus is on the geology of Western Wisconsin but Minnesota has the same rock formations so it is equally valuable for Minnesota residents.
Link to Home Page     

Click here to display list of all Rock Talk videos

The Geoscience Information Society (GSIS) facilitates the exchange of information in the geosciences through cooperation among scientists, librarians, editors, cartographers, educators, and information professionals.

 GSM Info

 
A Sip of Science 
Brings the wonder of science to happy hour. 

 

 Science Daily

National Fosil Day

National Fossil Day: http://nature.nps.gov/geology/nationalfossilday/

 

 

 MISSION: National Fossil Day is a celebration organized by the National Park Service to promote public awareness and stewardship of fossils, as well as to foster a greater appreciation of their scientific and educational values.

 

 

 

 

Subteranean Twin Cities
 
*WINNER OF THE 2010 HERITAGE PRESERVATION AWARD*
American Institute of Architects
 
Subterranean Twin Cities is the very first comprehensive published account of the wide variety of subterranean spaces, such as caves and tunnels, under the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, set in a geological and historical context, based on more than two decades of research by Greg Brick.
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College resource for students
http://www.undergradzone.com  It has some useful college resources for students.

United States Geological Survey (USGS)

 

 

   Ask-A-Geologist

Maintained by Rex Sanders  (Data provided by Marlys Lowe)

 

Webserver for the History of Geology and the Geosciences    GeoClio News and Inquiries       

National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration

 

 

EARTHWORKS is the world leading on-line database of career opportunities for geoscientists, oceanographers, marine scientists, ecologists, environmental scientists, plant scientists, forestry/agricultural scientists, archaeologists, geotechnical engineers, geographers, climate/atmospheric scientists, space/planetary scientists, remote sensing/GIS staff and hydrologists/hydrogeologists in the academic, water, upstream oil and gas, civil and mining sectors. We are sure a link to EARTHWORKS would be of great benefit to your site users. 

Minnesota Geological Survey          (*****   MAPS  *******)

 

Friends of the Mississippi River

 

 

This link to a image of North America was generated with data from the Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM). For this broad view the resolution of the data was first reduced to 30 arcseconds (about 928 meters north-south and 736 meters east-west in central North America), matching the best previously existing global digital topographic data set called GTOPO30. The data were then resampled to a Mercator projection with approximately square pixels (about one kilometer, or 0.6 miles, on each side). Even at this decreased resolution the variety of landforms comprising the North American continent is readily apparent.

Click here to link to PIA03377: Shaded Relief with Height as Color, North America

                    
 

Damage by Impact
the case at Meteor Crater, Arizona