Cool Sites

 Cool Links

     This site will provide you with some fun sites.  Some of the sites are of pictures that deal with Earth Science and other sites may just be interesting animations or science related activities.  If you look close enough many of these sites may help you understand some concepts from class better.

   Have a question your teacher is unsure of - Ask a Geologist

***Ever wonder what your weight would be on other planets, go here and you can find out.  You never know when we are inhabiting a new world***

Picture Sites

APOD-Astronomy Picture Of the Day


EPOD-Earth Picture Of the Day

Ayers Rock (to the left) is located in Northern Territory, Australia. It is the world's largest monolith.  A monolith is a natural feature consisting of a single massive rock or stone.  So basically this feature is one giant rock.  Ask Mr. Ertl how big it really is he actually stood on top of it.  This structure is very sacred to the Indigenous peoples of Australia and its actual Aboriginal name is Uluru.


Volcano Sites

  Volcano World

How Volcanoes Work

U.S. Geological Survey Volcano Hazards Program


Earthquake Sites

Understanding Earthquakes

USGS Earthquakes

Hurricance Sites


Tropical Prediction Center

Paleontology Sites

Paleontological Research Institute and Museum of the Earth

The Paleontology Portal

Museum of Paleontology

Tornado Sites

Tornado Project

NOAA Tornados

Meteorology Sites

US Current Weather

DataStreme Atmosphere

Answers to All of Your Weather Questions

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