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Natural Sciences (General Resources)
 
BOOKS:
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Geology: General Resources
Earthquakes
Geologic Time
Geological Processes
Rocks & Minerals
Plate Tectonics
Volcanic Activity

Regional:
Geology of Africa
Geology of Asia
Geology of Europe
Geology of Latin America
Geology of North America: Western
Geology of North America: Central
Geology of North America: Eastern
Geology of Oceania
Meterology:
Weather
Extreme Weather Events
 
Citation
Citation handouts from the WVC Library
 
Articles / Databases 
 
  • Academic OneFile: General college-level research source that includes journals, newspapers and more.

  • Ebook Central (formerly Ebrary): 80,000+ full length e-books on all topics.

  • Films on Demand: Over 6,500 streaming instructional films from Films Media Group.

  • PNAS: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 

  • ProQuest Research Library: Interdisciplinary database of over 5,000 titles including scholarly journals, trade publications, magazines, and newspapers.

  • Science.gov: Search across the scientific reports and pages of 13 government agencies. 

  • Science Direct - Physical Sciences Journal Collection: 600+ online full text journal titles focused on physical sciences including engineering.

  • Science Journals: Contains more than 1,270 unique titles in full text, covering Physics, Engineering, Astronomy, Biology, Earth Science, Chemistry.

  • Science Magazine: Scientific articles, news, images and more from Science Magazine.

  • STEM Database: Comprised of more than 500 scholarly journals and popular science magazines

 
Earth Science News
Earth Science News from Phys.org
Earth Science News from Science Daily
News from Geology.com
 
In the News:
​'Lost' tectonic plate called Resurrection hidden under the Pacific

Websites & Digital Collections
 
Earthwords (Ralph Dawes blog)

Geology.com  Geology.com is one of the internet’s leading websites for Earth science articles, news, and geographic information. 
USGS  "The USGS serves the Nation by providing reliable scientific information to describe and understand the Earth; minimize loss of life and property from natural disasters; manage water, biological, energy, and mineral resources; and enhance and protect our quality of life."
 
Earth Science World This site from the American Geological Institute includes The Earth Science World Image Bank which has photographs of all aspects of Earth Science available to the public, educators, and the geoscience community.
Paleontology Portal  produced by the University of California Museum of Paleontology, the Paleontological Society, the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, and the United States Geological Survey
Washington State / Pacific Northwest
The Channeled Scablands of the Columbia Plateau. J. Harlen Bretz.
Cheney-Palouse-Snake Scablands Field Trip / Ice Age Floods Institute - Ellensburg Chapter
Geology Tour of Lake Chelan. Ralph Dawes, Wenatchee Valley College
Multidisciplinary approach to study migmatites: origin and tectonic history of the Nason Ridge migmatitic gneiss, Wenatchee block, Cascades Crystalline Core, WA, USA. Carlos A Zuluaga, C., and Harold H. Stowell. Earth Sciences Research Journal 12.2 (2008): 235-64. ProQuest
Ten Ways Mount St. Helens Changed Our World—The Enduring Legacy of the 1980 Eruption. USGS Fact Sheet 2020-3031
 
Video
 
 
 
 

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