Related MARGINS Websites

Educational Resources

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A geoscience community resource that supports teaching and learning about the Earth system, funded by the National Science Foundation.
Visualization tool for both researcher and educator to better understand tectonic activity of our planet for the past 1 million years. DTAM is a Geographical Information System (GIS) created using current global datasets of seismicity, volcanism, and plate motions that were integrated with topography and bathymetry measurements derived from satellite gravity data. Hosted by NASA.
An innovative earth system science educational website that encourages interactive learning for all ages. Hosted by the San Diego Supercomputer Center, Geoinformatic Lab.
A collection of computer-based Earth science activities. Each activity, or chapter, introduces one or more data sets and an analysis tool that enables users to explore some aspect of the Earth system. Hosted by SERC, Carleton College.
Educational television series produced by the American Geological Institute, "Faces of Earth," will premiere on the Science Channel from July 23 through August 11, 2007. A DVD from this production crafted with ancillary materials for the classroom will be available to educators in September 2007.
List of essential or desirable locations for geologists or travelers to visit. It contains many of the interesting geological wonders of the world, with links for most of them.
Launched in 1992 by the International Lithosphere Program (ILP), and endorsed as a demonstration program in the framework of the United Nations International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction (UN/IDNDR). The GSHAP project terminated in 1999 and can be used as an educational resource for global seismicity.
Continuously updated list of the latest earthquakes, available as text or map version
Portal page to a very large number and variety of web resources about nearly every aspect of the earth sciences, for all levels.

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Last updated Thursday, August 2, 2007