Bristol Community College

Bristol Community College


About Geology A-Z

is an extensive listing of all topics related to the geology discipline.

Automatic Calculus Derivatives and Integrals

Input a problem and click on "Do It" and the calculation is done with step-by-step explanations in language you can understand. All of the standard mathematics notations are included. Users can do long multiplication and division of polynomials as well as first or second derivatives step-by-step for free. There is no limit to how many of these problems you can do. There is a minimal charge for indefinite integrals.

Dinosauria On-Line

This site has a tremendous amount of knowledge within its pages. The link to Journal Of Dinosaur Paleontology links to over 70 articles relating to dinosaurs and their excavation, evolution, fossilization, paleontology, and much more. There is an Omnopedia page links to dictionaries of dinosaur names, types, anatomy and others.  There are also links here to Geologic Earth History and Ancient World maps.


This is the official site of the U.S. Geological Survey, Geology Discipline.  Information found here contains Minerals Resources Program Page, Geology Publications and the latest in geological issues.

has Links to popular topics in Geology and other earth sciences, plus earth sciences journals, and much more!

Marine Geology & Geophysics

This government run website contains data from extensive databases in both coastal and open ocean areas. Key data types include bathymetry and gridded relief, track line geophysics (gravity, magnetics, seismic reflection), sediment thickness, data from ocean drilling and seafloor sediment and rock samples, digital coastlines, and data from the Great Lakes.

Paleontology & Fossil Resources

This site is run by Jack Mount a retired paleontologist/geologist and geosciences librarian. This site is an  extensive resource containing a plethora of links and information for all disciplines relating to paleontology.

UCMP Exhibit Halls

This website "museum" is divided into three "wings" which have their own theme and scope. The Phylogeny Wing has "a look at the diversity and relationships between the major groups of living things on earth". The Geology Wing looks "at the earth and its life at particular points in time". The Evolution Wing showcases "the people who have developed and contributed to our current understanding of phylogeny and geologic history". There is a lot of information here and it's sometimes difficult to find, but well worth the effort.