Physical Geography is the holistic study of the Earth's natural systems and cycles. It includes the study of the interrelationships among landforms, soil, vegetation, water (the oceans), and the climate.
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Color Landform Atlas of the United States
Maps include satellite information, 1895 state maps, and links to outside resources.
Maps and Geography
Map machine of National Geographic
NASA's Global Change Master Directory
A comprehensive directory of information about Earth science data, including a broad coverage of the oceans, atmosphere, hydrosphere, solid earth, biosphere and human dimensions of global change.
Physical Geography on the Internet.
A wide choice of links to sites dealing with earth surface features including natural hazards.
Soil and Water Conservation Society
A non-profit, scientific and educational organization of professional conservationists.
USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service
Provides links to conservation service offices in Fort Worth, Texas.
USGS -- Water Resources of the United States
Includes information on water use, with both historical and current data.
Virtual Geography Department Project
Series of online courses in geography including slide shows.
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