An in depth guide by John Pickrell describing seven ways how to become a fossil.
The Argumentation Toolkit is a collection of resources to help teachers understand and teach scientific argumentation. Resources include: Strategy Guides, Classroom Videos, Overview Graphics, and Teacher Learning Modules.
A different view of a years worth of earthquake activity showing depth. Click on individual earthquakes for more information. Uses USGS data and ArcGIS.
Authentic STEM learning experiences that offer students learning engagement and scientific reasoning.
Paleontologist Susannah Maidment (@tweetisaurus) discusses dinosaurs, parenthood, and and her journey as a woman in academia. Part of National Geographic's Women of Impact series.
A three part video series based on geologic time periods--the Triassic, the Jurassic, and the Creatceous. Each video contains landmark locations and interviews by BLM and NPS geologists and paleontologists.
A recently published Nature research suggests that 2050 thousands of rivers and streams could pass a critical ecological threshold.
An online version of the Stellarium software. Stellarium Web is an online planetarium that runs in your web browser based on an open source project. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you would see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope. Controls include: constellations, constellation art, landscape, grids, deep sky objects, night modes and planet visibility.