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Earth Fact Sheet
Basic earth statistics from the NSSDC.
Provides a web-centered learning environment for students of Science. Includes Powerpoint presentations and videos.
Earth science workshops for Canadian teachers coordinated by the Canadian Geoscience Education Network.
ESEU: Earth Science Education Unit
Based at Keele University, provides free in-service training to teachers across England, Scotland and Wales, through workshops for schools, teacher meetings and teacher education institutions.
Exploration of the Earth's Magnetosphere
Detailed non-mathematical introduction to the research on the Earth's magnetic environment in space and its history. Contains master directory of more than 70 related text files.
Ocean drilling research vessel studying Earth's oceans and paleoclimate through scientific drilling. Includes information on the vessel, details of exploratory trips, blogs and teacher resources.
Museums Teaching Planet Earth
Educational earth science resources and software produced by Rice University in collaboration with the Houston Museum of Natural Science, funded by NASA under the Office of Earth Science
NASA Planetary Science Research Discoveries
An educational on-line magazine describing discoveries in planetary and space sciences. Written for teachers, students, and the general public.
Our Dynamic Earth
Interactive exhibits about planet earth. Utilises the QuickTime, Shockwave and Acrobat Reader plug-ins.
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution's Polar Discovery provides stories of research in the Arctic and the Antarctic.
Understanding our Planet Through Chemistry
U.S.Geological Survey site links to reports showing how chemists and geologists use analytical chemistry to study earth science questions.
USGS Learning Web
Educational resources for the earth sciences from the U.S. Geological Survey.
The USGS Water Science School
Information on many aspects of water, along with pictures, data, maps, and an interactive center.
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