- United States Geological Survey home page, USGS
- ODSN Plate Tectonic Reconstruction Service
This site allows you to select a time between 150 million years before present and today and then the program maps what the world looked like at the time you select.
- USGS Earthquake Hazards Program
- USGS Volcano Hazards Program
- Science News
Excellent source of articles describing the most recent and interesting events in scientific reserach.
- Earth, AGI
Published by the American Geosciences Institute, this magazine reviews current issues in the Earth Sciences and can serve as a valuable supplemental resource for teachers and students alike. Visit the web site for online articles and information about obtaining a one-year subscription (40% discount for AGI Member Society members; 65% discount for students).
- National Geographic
Excellent source of articles. Often includes helpful maps.
- Mapping Earthquakes, 1989, 36 minutes, Dr. Bruce Bolt, Department of geology and geophysics, University of California at Berkeley, CA, 94720.
Dr. Bolt describes mapping the location and size of earthquakes.
- Natural Disasters, 35 minutes, Eyewitness, PBS.
Explores the forces that shape our planet and affect our lives, from hurricanes to volcanoes.
- Subject to Change, 1988, 17 minutes, U.S. Geological Survey.
Earthquake hazards explained to teachers, planners, and layman.
- Surviving the Big One – How to Prepare for a Major Earthquake: 1994, 60 minutes, KCET Home Video, P.O. Box 310, San Fernando, CA 91341, 800-343-4727.
A comprehensive guide to earthquake preparedness
- Savage Earth, PBS
- "Secrets in Stone," by David Donnenfield Productions.
1997, color, 31 minutes. Catalog #38417.