Check out all the top professional, academic and kid-friendly educational resources for learning more about the earth, sea and sky in our guide to volcanoes, earthquakes, tidal waves or tsunamis, the oceans, rocks and minerals, comets and asteroids -- featuring photos, timelines, animations, video clips, history and more...
Geology.com - Take a tour of the universe - from earthquakes and volcanoes
to astronomy, the planets and meteorites - or travel back in time to study the earliest traces of life on the planet in this top guide to geological sources on the Web.
Tsunami! - Pronounced tsoo-nah-mee from the Japanese word for "harbor wave", plus more interesting facts on what tidal waves can do with a look at the physics, major causes, and devastating results of some of the worst tsunami's in history.
USGS Earthquake Hazards Program - See the clickable map for tremors in the U.S. and what's happening worldwide with the latest news, Richter scale magnitudes, plus related resources including earthquake history, photo galleries, and kid-friendly features.
WINDandSEA - More than 1,000 hand-picked links to the latest findings and research on earth science topics, from El Nino to ozone depletion, reviewed and annotated by library staff at the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Global Change Master Directory - Enter a text search or browse through categories from agriculture
and atmosphere to sun-earth interactions; along with an online learning center, data tools and services and an extensive directory
of related links.
Athena Earth Science Resources - A top resource and comprehensive link list to worldwide sites offering info on every earth science topic including volcanoes, crystals, minerals, and more.