Earth, Environment

and Energy Connections

Earth Science & Geology

Alive on Everest!

Avalanche!

EQE: Other Natural Hazards Links

Frequently Asked Questions about Paleontology

Geo-Globe

 

Earthquakes

Earthquake ABC

National Earthquake Information Center

Virtual Earthquake

What is Richter Magnitude?

 

Floods, Rivers, Glaciers & Tsunamis

Flood!

Glacier

Glaciers and Glacial Ages

RiverResource

Tsunami

 

Rocks & Minerals

The Mineral Gallery

Smithsonian Gem & Mineral Collection

 

Volcanoes

Cascades Volcano Observatory Pictograms

Global Volcanism Program

Idaho Volcanoes and Volcanic Areas

Mount St. Helens

Mount St. Helens, Washington

Volcano World

Volcanoes: Can We Predict Volcanic Eruptions?

 

Environmental Science

Environmental History Timeline

Global Environmental Outlook

Global Warming: Focus on the Future

Save Our Earth and Make a Difference

World Timber Network

 

Biomes
Biome - a large area of the earth that has similar plants and animals
because of its particular climate.
(from Webster's New World Dictionary for Young Adults, 1992)

 

Biomes of the World

Ecosystems

Geo-Globe: Interactive Geography

Forest and Biodiversity Links

Introduction to Biomes

The Wild Habitat

The World's Biomes

 

Desert

Desert Life

 

Tropical Rainforest

Rainforest Action Network

 

Ecology

Ecology Strikes Back

Eddy the Eco-Dog

EPA Explorers Page

Garbage

The Internet Consumer Recycling Guide

The Lorax's Save the Trees Game

 

National & State Parks

History: The National Park Service

National Park Service ParkNet

 

Waste Management

BioNet

 

Composting

Composting in Schools

Master Composter

 

Energy

Alternative Fuel Vehicles

Energy Quest

Resources

 

Electricity

Electricity

Electromagnets

Franklin's Kite

Lightning

The Magic of Static Electricity

What is Static Electricity

 

Fusion

FusEdWeb: Fusion Energy Educational Web Site

Fusion Energy

US Fusion Energy Sciences Program

 

Nuclear Energy

The Nuclear Energy Guide

 

Solar Energy

Mr. Solar Home Page

 

Wind Energy

National Wind Technology Center

Wind Power

 

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