Bob's Rock ShopID: 323
(http://www.rockhounds.com/ Description:A good place to look for more in depth information about rock collecting.
Dinosaur Trace FossilsID: 303
(http://www.emory.edu/COLLEGE/ENVS/research/ichnology/dinotraces.html Description:Fossilized evidence of dinosaurs includes track, eggs and nests, tooth marks, and fossilized dung. Learn about fossilized dinosaur tracks and the feet that made them.
Extinctions - The World's Largest Online Fossil CollectionID: 304
(http://www.extinctions.com/ Description:Another company selling fossils. In addition to their online catalog, this site also offers a Fossil Talk message board, the latest fossil news and a store where you can purchase fossil hunting supplies.
Fossil Information for Education, Collecting and FunID: 1122
(http://www.fossils-facts-and-finds.com Description:An educational resource providing information on earth science, geologic history and fossils. Topics include fossil formation, geologic time, earth science lesson plans, and activities for kids.
Fossils of New JerseyID: 305
(http://home.earthlink.net/~skurth/ Description:This site features fossils found in New Jersey including the Amber Room with pictures of insects preserved in amber. This is just one of many sites available that deal with fossils from specific geographic areas. By using a search engine and the search terms fossils and your state or other geographic reference you should find a site that specializes in fossil hunting in your area.
Fossils, Rocks and TimeID: 311
(http://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/fossils/contents.html Description:Another US Geologic Survey publication which explains rock layers, time scale and fossil succession in an easier to understand format. This publication is also written from an evolutionary perspective.
K-Paleo, Kuban's Paleo Place - Fossils, Dinosaurs, Museums and MoreID: 307
(http://members.aol.com/fostrak/kpaleo.htm/ Description:An excellent annotated list of links to a wide variety of fossil and other paleontology websites. Although not a strict creationist, to his credit Glen Kuban has an extensive list of creationist websites from a variety of perspectives.
LR Ream PublishingID: 324
(http://www.mineralnews.com/ Description:Back issues of the Mineral News and many other rock links.
Minerals and GemsID: 1455
(http://science.nationalgeographic.com/science/earth/inside-the-earth/minerals-gems.html Description:Minerals are typically formed when molten rock, or magma, cools, or by separating out of mineral-rich water, such as that in underground caverns. In general, mineral particles are small, having formed within confined areas such as lava flows or between grains of sediments. Large crystals found in geodes and other rocks are relatively rare. Read more...
MyJewelryBox.com's Guide To Rocks, Diamonds, and MineralsID: 2146
(http://www.myjewelrybox.com/articles/myjewelryboxcoms-guide-to-rocks-diamonds-and-minerals/ Description:A basic discussion of rocks, minerals, and diamonds followed by a listing of activities and information that could form the basis of a study of rocks and minerals.
Rocking With Minerals ID: 1487
(http://www.lessonplanspage.com/ScienceArtLACIMDRockingWithMineralsUnit4.htm Description:Students will describe the composition of a mineral, analyze the mineral composition of rocks, and assess the uses of rocks and minerals.
The Christian Answers NetworkID: 309
(http://www.christiananswers.net/creation/home.html Description:has a Creation/Evolution section. It includes questions and answers about fossils, dating methods, the flood, and other creation science topics. It also includes a link to the preview of Answers about Dinosaurs and the Bible, The Great Dinosaur Mystery. This online book complete with pictures, games to play, audio clips to listen to and other features is marvelous.
The Fossil Co.ComID: 302
(http://www.stonecompany.com/fossils/ Description:This online company sells fossils. Their catalog features thumbnail pictures of the fossils they have for sale. Clicking on each image allows you to view a larger image of the fossil. You could easily use these images to make your own computer fossil gallery.
The ImageID: 322
(http://www.theimage.com/ Description:Has a mineral gallery and a gemstones gallery.
The Mineral GalleryID: 321
(http://mineral.galleries.com/ Description:Site with many specimens for sale. Each specimen has a picture and description.
The US Geologic SurveyID: 310
(http://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/geotime/contents.html Description:has published the book Geologic Time by William L. Newman online. This book covers the topics geologic time, relative time scale, index fossils, radiometric time scale and the age of the earth from an evolutionary perspective.
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