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View Resource Map of the Rinconada and Reliz Fault Zones, Salinas River Valley, California

The Rinconada Fault and its related faults constitute a major structural element of the Salinas River valley, which is known regionally, and referred to herein, as the 'Salinas Valley'. The Rinconada...

http://pubs.usgs.gov/sim/3059/
View Resource Twelve Soil Orders: Soil Taxonomy

Department of Plant & Soil Sciences at the University of Idaho provides brief descriptions of 12 soil orders -- entisols, inceptisols, mollisols, alfisols, ultisols, oxisols, spodosols, vertisols,...

http://soils.ag.uidaho.edu/soilorders/orders.htm
View Resource Field Trip Earth

Educator resources, sixteen field reports, and 12 field trips to wildlife conservation projects around the world. Each virtual field trip explains the species, project, region, and research data...

http://www.fieldtripearth.org/index.xml
View Resource The Ohio State University OhioLine

This comprehensive list of references is compilied by the Ohio State University Extension and is part of the OSU Colege of Food, Agriculture, and Environmental Sciences. These references comprise...

http://ohioline.osu.edu/
View Resource EarthGuide

This interactive, easy-to-use educational resource is about Earth, oceans and the environment. Environmental and earth science topics are included.

http://www.earthguide.ucsd.edu/
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