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NEW Mt. St. Helens pictures from August 2006.
For selected lab links, go here.
Ch. 1 Population Clock (world) (U.S)
another population clock
Ch. 2 LINK REPAIRED A good karst primer for Missouri, but applies to AR as well
Ch. 3 NEW good wikipedia entry on desertification
Ch. 4 Risk analysis
Links to hazard insurance sites
Disaster preparation/hazard planning
The ETE teacher's page
Ch. 9 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Coast 2050, Louisiana's plan to save the disappearing delta
The Saffir-Simpson hurricane scale
Thames Barrier links
Ch. 8 USGS weekly volcanic activity
USGS' comprehensive Mt. St. Helens page
Excellent volcanic hazard map and explanation
Eyewitness accounts of St. Helens' eruption
Degassing of Lake Nyos
Pinatubo's crater lake
Really good volcano page -- lots of links here
Ch. 7 NEW All earthquakes in the last seven days.
LINK REPAIRED All the earthquakes in the world
USGS National quake info center
Top 10 lists! another good USGS site
virtual earthquake from Cal. State at Los Angeles
a very nice interactive demo of causes of earthquakes
Fault creep in Hayward, CA -- same curb four years later
New Madrid, Japan, Haicheng, go here
Ch. 6 The landslide page
Ch. 5 The flooding and water resources page
Ch. 10 Virginia Tech's groundwater interactive page
Tons of info on the EPA's water quality page
Your Benton County water (unless it's a well)
The drought page
The desalination page
Ch. 11 Summary of current groundwater treatment technologies
Two pages regarding in-situ treatment: You want accessible or long-winded?
Ch. 12 Manila's Garbage Mountain
Ch. 13 The environmental health page, w/links about radon and North Korea
Ch. 16 The global change page, w/links about ozone, acid rain, global warming
USGS weekly volcanic activity
....and who doesn't like putt-putt?
My record is
28 25 23 22,
but John Thompson has shot a 20.