Geosciences


Geosciences/Environment | MAPS/Geography | Weather/Meteorology


Global Digest has a section on Environment|Conservation|Endangered Species.
Also, there is a separate page on 'Fracking' - Hydraulic Fracturing.



Topics
General Geoscience Resources for Students and Teachers
Origin of Moon || Geology of Mars || Microbes || Metals || Mineralogy || Atmosphere
Ocean/Marine Life || Oceanography || Plate Tectonics || Volcanism || Earthquakes
Paleontology || The Cambrian Explosion || Kingdoms of Life
Three Domains (Superkingdoms) Of Living Organisms
Water Documentaries || Nature & Environment || Biomes || Ecosystems || Soil
The Devonian Explosion || Forests || Rivers || Wetlands
Water & Agriculture || Climate Change







Radiometric Dating



Ozone, Ozone Layer





For more water-related resources,
go to the Food|Hunger|Agriculture|Sustainable Development section of Global Digest



The Science/Biology page has a section on Plants.


Evolution of Plants | Flowering Plants





Scott Pruit hails era of environmental deregulation in speech at coal mine | April 13, 2017 | The Guardian
New study shows worrisome signs for Greenland ice | April 14, 2017 | The Guardian
Donald Trump Just Replaced the White House Climate Website With…This | January 20, 2017 - Mother Jones
Trump Administration Orders EPA to Remove Its Climate Change Web Page | January 25, 2017 | Scientific American
Trump EPA Pick Expresses Doubts about Climate Change, Defends Oil Industry Funding | January 18, 2017 | Scientific American



404: The above booklet is no longer available as of January 29, 2017.
Performing a search for climate change returned a blank sheet blocking the web page initially,
but now (as of January 31) returns meaningless information on Education and Research.




Global Digest has a section on: Countries | Cultures | MAPS.

Performing a GOOGLE IMAGE search on world map will return maps leading to websites.
Plus, if all you're looking for is an interesting and informative map, this is the direct route.





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