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Plate Tectonics
Learn about Plate Tectonics, the Cause of Earthquakes

Kids Love Rocks
Guide to Collecting Rocks. Learn how to build a rock collection, dig for rocks, rock hunting safety and more..

Rock cycle
Information on Plate tectonics, rock types such as sedimentary, igneous, metamorphic, earth cycle and more...

Igneous Rocks
All about igneous rocks.

Geological Time Machine
Geological Time

Amber homepage
Approximately 30 and 90 million years ago, large stands of forests in some parts of the world began to seep globs of sticky resin! This aromatic resin oozed down the sides of trees, as well as filling internal fissures, trapping debris, such as seeds, leaves, feathers andinsects. As geologic time progressed the forests were buried and the resin hardened into a soft, warm, golden gem, known as amber.

How are Fossils Formed?
Find out what is a fossil, how are fossils made,

The Study of Rocks
In geology, rock or stone is a naturally occurring solid aggregate of one or more minerals or mineraloids. For example, the common rock granite is a combination of the quartz, feldspar and biotite minerals.

Metamorphic Rocks
Metamorphic rocks arise from the transformation of existing rock types, in a process called metamorphism, which means "change in form".[

Igneous Rocks
An online lesson about the formation of igneous rock.

Rocks and Minerals
Rock material, silicates, mineral properties and the rock cycle.

Plate Tectonics
This site explains the theory of plate tectonics.

West's Geology Directory - Contents and Index.
This is a large directory of Internet links on geology and earth science topics. Major sections of geology such as fossils and palaeontology, minerals and mineralogy, stratigraphy, and sedimentology are in someof the separate web pages which form the directory.

Rocks and Minerals
A mineral is a naturally occurring chemical compound.[1] Most often, they are crystalline and abiogenic in origin. A mineral is different from a rock, which can be an aggregate of minerals or non-minerals and does not have one specific chemical composition, as a mineral does.

Maine Geology - Glacial Geology Photo Gallery
glacial delta moraines images pictures photographs

Plate Tectonics
Plate tectonic animations. Learn about the mechanisms driving Plate Tectonics and the history behind Plate Tectonics

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