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Great Websites on
Rocks and the Earth

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vwtiny.gif (3847 bytes)Volcano World -Volcano World is just packed with all sorts of fascinating information and pictures of volcanoes from all over the world.

Any volcano or earthquake activity happen today? - This site has really great, detailed maps of the earth that show us where recent volcanic and earthquake activity has occurred.   This site is updated daily.

Ask an Earth Scientist -Do you have a geology question that needs to be answered?   Click here to ask a geologist!

The Mineral Gallery -Do you have a mineral that you would like to identify?  Be sure to check out this site. The Mineral Gallery is a constantly growing collection of mineral descriptions, images, and specimens.

Casoro's Guide to Rocks, Diamonds & Minerals -This site gives a really nice overview about rocks and minerals.  Be sure to check out all of the links on the lower part of the page.  There are a lot of great resources to check out!

The Rock Family Reunion -This site was designed for third graders. It does a good job explaining the three types of rocks and gives several good examples of each.

Rocks For Kids -If you already collect rocks, then this is the place for you! Find out where you can get more rocks for your collection. Also, learn how to identify the rocks you already have and discover neat things you can do with rocks.


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