Geography

  1. Ask-A-Geologist from U.S. Geological Survey – Ask a U.S. geologist a question using e-mail.
  2. Astrodienst Atlas Database
  3. AutoPilot – personalized and comprehensive travel itineraries
  4. Berkeley Earth Sciences & Map Libraries
  5. Canada’s Geographical Names
  6. Coastal Ocean Modeling at the USGS
  7. Color Landform Atlas of the United States
  8. DeLorme: High Quality Maps for Every Need
  9. Digital Elevation Data Catalogue
  10. Earth Resources Observation Systems (EROS) Data Center – Receives, processes, and distributes data from National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Landsat satellites.
  11. Earth Viewer – Displays Day and Night Regions in Real Time
  12. Earthquakes – Real Time Detailed Maps: Earthquake Bulletin
  13. GeographyIQ – Planning a trip? Preparing a school homework assignment? Perhaps you’re interested in current events or are just curious about exploring the world around you. This site offers geographic, economic, political, historical and cultural information. In addition, it brings together a number of other resources including maps, flags, currency conversion as well as climate and time zone information.
  14. Guide to Geography – About.com – resources include online world atlas, weekly articles about geography, annotated links to hundreds of sites, weekly quizzes, chats, and a free email newsletter.
  15. How Far Is It?
  16. Latitude & Longitude of any US City
  17. Latitude & Longitude of World Cities
  18. Map-Related Web Sites – links to maps and cartographic resources.
  19. Maps On Us – provides customized maps and directions integrated with nationwide yellow pages to make route planning easy.
  20. MapQuest – zoom in on any street in the US and find the best way to drive there.
  21. Microsoft Automap Road Atlas
  22. National Atlas (Canada) Information Service
  23. National Atlas of the United States – You’ve seen other atlases. They’re typically big books of paper maps. The pages in this atlas are here on the Internet whenever you need them. This is a new portrayal of America in maps. You’ve found the single best Federal source for national maps and geographic information on the Web.
  24. National Strong-Motion Program – dedicated to investigating strong earthquake shaking at soil and rock sites throughout the US, and its potential impact on engineered structures
  25. Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection
  26. Rare Map Collection – Hargrett Library
  27. Ryhiner Project, The – maps
  28. Russian Commonwealth Maps
  29. TIGER Mapping Service – U.S. Bureau of the Census
  30. U.S. Geological Survey Learning Web
  31. Usenet – sci.geo.eos – NASA’s Earth Observation System (EOS)
  32. Volcanoes – Information about the types of hazards posed by volcanoes their locations effects, relationship to plate tectonics, and methods to help reduce volcanic risk.
  33. Yahoo! Maps
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