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Looking for information on Volcanos?
Then visit VOLCANO WORLD, a University
of North Dakota site with lots of information and access (via email)
to geologists. From this site, you can
visit locations acoss the globe where active volcanos are found. This
site is rich enough with images to provide a worthwhile experience
for elementary students, while enough content exists for high school
students to pay a visit!
The USGS has several excellent web sites. The
link below will take you to REAL TIME Earthquake Data. The data is
presented both in text and map form.
VOLCANOES? Be sure to visit these
Cascade Mountains sites. The first icon takes you to the Cascades
Volcano Observatory. Here you will find information on the Cascade
Mountains. There are links for educational outreach and volcanic
hazards as well as continuous updates on the activity in this region.
The second icon takes you to info specific to.
Mt. St. Helens.
GEOLOGIC TIME? Visit the Berkeley Edu
"Geologic Time Machine." Lots of images and good information!
Activity Around the World is a website with a wealth of
current earthquake information. Tables, lists, and maps of global and
national earthquake activity are linked to from here.
Link here for the elusive Geologic
Map of New Jersey, provided courtesy of Rutgers University.