Want to explore these topics more? Here are some resources that might interest you.
Various Web site with links to resources aimed at teachers and students:
- Animations of Plate Motion and Continental Drift, UC Berkeley Site(link is external)
- Hawaiian center for Volcanology(link is external)
- University NAVSTAR Consortium is the data warehouse and central facility for GPS and other forms of geodetic data(link is external)
- Early history of plate tectonics: Discovering transforms and hotspots(link is external)
Reading the technical/scientific literature:
- Clear As Mud:(link is external) A concise and stimulating summary of accessibility in scientific literature. Perfect for a discussion of how to write, and how to read, science.
- Summary of Clear As Mud(link is external) and suggestions for how to read scientific literature. Written by the former director of a Penn State writing center.
Tell us about it!
Have another Web site on this topic that you have found useful? Share it in the Comment area below!
Don't see the "Comment" area below? You need to be logged in to this site first! Do so by using the link at the top of the left-hand menu bar. Once you have logged in, you may need to refresh the page in order to see the comment area below.