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Rock and Mineral kits, maps, fact sheets, classroom materials; Location: Columbia, SC
Pronounced "Curious", an interactive exhibit for middle and high school students to explore diverse research topics in the sciences. Online media also available.; Location: Washington, D.C.
The effects of severe weather are felt every year by many Americans. To obtain critical weather information, NOAA's National Weather Service (NWS), part of the U.S. Department of Commerce, established SKYWARN® with partner organizations. SKYWARN® is a volunteer program with between 350,000 and...
In addition to producing tomorrow's leaders in science and medicine, public outreach is another important way that the School of Science, Engineering, and Technology is making a social impact. Utilizing innovative programs based on academic and scholarly engagement, the SET school encourages...
The Kansas Geological Foundation has a number of video tapes available for use by the membership of the Kansas Geological Society and the general public. These tapes may be viewed at the George Bruce Resource Center at the Kansas Geological Society Library located at 212 N. Market, Wichita,...
Astronomy Clubs throughout the United States are invited to partner with NASA Space Place to bring news of specific NASA projects to their members and to help spread the excitement of space and Earth science, as well as the technology that advances the science. Astronomy Club will receive...
Open House by the Department of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (every two years); Location: Manoa, HI
The world-famous fossil known as “SUE” is the largest, best-preserved, and most complete Tyrannosaurus rex ever found. SUE measures 40.5 feet long from snout to tail and 13 feet tall at the hip. She boasts 58 dagger-like teeth and cuts a fine figure as the Museum’s most popular backdrop for...
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The University of Wyoming Geological Museum in Laramie supports academic programs, scientific research and public education. Geological exhibits, prep lab, free admission; Location: Laramie, WY
Curriculum materials and professional training workshops focused on wildlife conservation; Location: national
Exhibitions, programs, events, lectures, nature trail tours; Location: Anniston, AL
Geology exhibitions, tours, commemorative day celebrations; Location: Jefferson City, MO
Mine tours, mineral collecting, rocks and fossil exhibits; Location: Ogdensburg, NJ
Equipment Loan Program, Visiting the Department, Teacher Resources, Videos of Experiments, Instructional Technology and using iPad Apps, links to Earth Scince blogs; Location: Central Indiana
Programs that allow for interactions with scientists; Location: New York, NY
Fact sheets, maps on North Carolina's geology; Location: Raleigh, NC
Welcome to the DOGAMI Publications Center, which houses geoscience information published by the Agency from 1937 to present. Publications include geologic and natural hazard maps, reports and data, mining and mineral resource information, geologic field trip guides, articles and more. All...
Marvelous Explorations Through Science and Stories: MESS is a science-centered early childhood curriculum enhancement. The goal of MESS is to foster children's language development, literacy development, problem solving, curiosity and motivation, and general knowledge through science experiences...
The Pennsylvania Geological Survey library houses a large collection of topographic maps, historical and recent aerial photographs, and geologic texts, maps, and journals; Location: Middletown, PA
Workshops, resources, fellowships, and outreach projects for educators and students in K-12 and higher education.; Location: Boulder, CO
Field guides on the geology and natural history of Nevada; Location: Reno, NV
Data and maps, research, reports, fact sheets; Location: Vermillion, SD
The Minerals Education Coalition's (MEC) mission is to identify, produce and disseminate fact-based K-12 minerals education lessons and activities and to inform and educate the general public about the importance of mining in their everyday lives.; Location: Englewood, CO
The California Geological Survey provides objective geologic expertise and information about California’s diverse non-fuel mineral resources. Maps, reports, and other data products developed by the staff assist governmental agencies, mining companies, consultants, and the public in recognizing,...
Maps of New Jersey Geology; Location: Trenton, NJ
Bring the wonder of space to your students. Explore our universe of science, technology, engineering and math activities and resources. Astronaut visits, tours of JPL, museums, speakers, Night Sky Network; Location: Pasadena, CA
The mission of the Tennessee Geological Survey is to encourage and promote the prudent development and conservation of Tennessee’s geological, energy, and mineral resources by developing and maintaining data bases, maps and technical services; providing accurate geologic hazard assessments; and...
The Geology of Delaware is an online resource for information about the geology and hydrogeology of Delaware. Although common geologic terminology is used throughout, most information on these pages is explained in general terms. There are many publications available from the Delaware Geological...
We wrote this guide to inspire geoscience professionals and assist them in helping to provide Earth science enrichment for students, especially in school programs at the K-12 level. We have grown increasingly aware of the tremendous opportunities for enrichment, and the equally large resource...
Maps and fact sheets on Massachusetts geology; Location: Amherst, MA
If you love astronomy and stamp collecting, ten the Astronomy Study Unit is for you. The purpose of the Astronomy Study Unit is to collect and study philatelic material portraying the various aspects of astronomy, astrology, and related subjects, and to communicate this knowledge to unit members...
Brochure on why Earth science is important; Location: Alexandria, VA
Data and maps, research, reports, fact sheets; Location: Lawrence, KS
The Environmental Awareness Series is a major project in AGI's Environmental Affairs program. The series booklets cover major topics of environmental and societal concern and demonstrate the complexity and interconnection of natural systems that we use and depend upon. Each booklet is an...
The American Astronomical Society (AAS) brings you Astronomy Ambassadors, an outreach and organization resource. Browse through content on becoming an Astronomy Ambassador, outreach and training programs, astronomy organizations, and more.
UNAVCO periodically publishes outreach materials such as one-pagers or brochures highlighting available services and community science, as well as producing a few fun snipoffs that can be used for learning more about geodesy; Location: Boulder, CO
Data and maps, research, reports, fact sheets, newsletters, visualizations, publications; Location: Tucson, AZ
Department of Geology and Geophysics answer posted questions; Location: Manoa, HI
Data and maps, research, reports, fact sheets, pamphlets; Location: Little Rock, AR
Experience the unique biomes of northern Alaska from the comfort of your own classroom! Through this distance-learning program from the Gates of the Arctic National Park in Fairbanks, Alaska, students can meet an NPS ranger and learn about the diversity of Alaska's habitats. Targeted for...
Data and maps, research, reports, fact sheets; Location: St. Paul, MN
Interactive exhibit that allows visitors to experience and learn more about how astronauts live and work in space conditions.; Location: Oakland, CA
The Conservation and Survey Division (Nebraska Geological Survey), the natural resource survey component of the School of Natural Resources, is a unique, multi-disciplinary research, service and data-collection organization established by state statute in 1921. The Division's mission is to...
Interactive exhibit that allows visitors to learn more about the changing climate and ways we can solve the climate issue.; Location: Oakland, CA
In this program, park rangers from Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park broadcast live to your classroom from a desk made of snow, located at the base of the Teton Range. During this interactive "talk show," targeted for grades 1-5, students learn how wildlife adapts to weather and an extreme...
The Bureau has numerous resources for teachers and students of geology and related earth sciences. Bureau staff are also actively engaged in ongoing programs for technology transfer and outreach at all grade levels; Location: Austin, TX
In this distance learning program from Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park, students in grades 4-12 research topics of choice, then participate in a live question-and-answer session with a park ranger. The ranger presents a general introduction to the park, then spends the rest of the time...
Do you have a question about volcanoes, earthquakes, mountains, rocks, maps, ground water, lakes, rivers, beaches, or oceans? Ask a scientist! USGS scientists answer questions posted online; Location: Lincoln, NE
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