on the Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) system. (Use this link for Map Lab
http://earth.google.com - Coolest site ever! Download and play!
This is the home page for the US Geological Survey.
On this page are access points for everything from mining to hydrology,
to volcanoes, to earthquakes, to mapping and maps – WOW, what a site!!
photos of shorelines for Washington State - very cool!
Cool photos of Washington from space
Earthquake information for students – includes some cool
facts about the largest EQ’s ever recorded.
Good images too!
This is the site for the earthquake lab assignment.
Kendall Elementary's Webicorder. Too Cool!
This is the other site for the earthquake lab assignment.
EQ Photos from FEMA
TECTONICS - really great USGS "book" showing historical perspectives
and modern thinking on this process. Highly recommended.
animations showing the breakup of Pangaea.
A site for great hazards photographs.
Shows the Iceland hotspot and some great
you could ever want to know about Specific Gravity.
NORTHWEST GEOLOGY - Go here for a terrific article
on the events that have shaped and continue to shape Washington. Written
by William Dietrich, former Seattle Times reporter. HIGHLY recommended!
Southern Cascades Geology - Includes Rainier and
A great resource for the geology of Washington!
Resource Information for Mt St Helens
Another St Helens page for JT
Resource Information for Mt Baker
Mt Rainier Information
Info on hazards from Mount Rainier
animations of Plate Tectonics Concepts - developed by Michelle Malone at WWU.
WEBSITE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION:
The page Mr. Sutton made to teach all of us how to
make a website - subtle, yet smooth with rich tannins and a nice finish!
Kate Granat's list of websites - really cool ideas