Create-A-Graph: Quickly create 5 different graphs.
Mad Science: MadSci Network represents a collective cranium of scientists providing answers to your questions. For good measure we provide a variety of oddities as well.
Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology: for Ms. Stutzer’s students
TeensHealth: good information for teens and parents.
Encyclopedia of Life: Information on many life-forms on Earth – of animals, plants, fungi, protists and bacteria.
Biology Online: Tutorials, dictionary, forum, directory. No whiz-bang jazzy gimmicks, but many links, solid information.
Blood Type Game: Fun way to find out about blood.
Animals & Birds
Alaskan Birds: Online Alaska Wildlife Notebook (some html, some pdf)
Cornell Lab of Orthinology: All About Birds
Evolution Videos from PBS: These are previews of the videos. It is best to watch at home where you have faster connections.
The Mating Game: This is a fun evolutionary game.
Pond Life Identification Kit: A guide to common freshwater organisms.
Bad Bug Book: Basic facts regarding foodborne pathogenic microorganisms and natural toxins.
Virtual Museum of Bacteria: Species Filing Cabinet with links.
Web Elements: Explore key information about the chemical elements through this periodic table.
Los Alamos: Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Chemistry Division.
Lenntech Chemical Elements: Each chemical element contains a link to a page that explains its chemical properties, health effects, environmental effects, application data, an image and also information of the history/inventor of each element. You can also choose your language!
Interactive: This interactive resources includes an element index, information about element arrangement and an element glossary.
Chemical Elements: Interactive periodic table.
Periodic Table: Click on each element to learn more about it.
Chemical Elements Table: From Info Please.
Periodic Table of Comic Books: Ever think about comic and chemestry? This is a fun site for comics fans.
Your Genes Your Health: Information on 15 genetic disorders
The Digital Pipeline has several health databases. See the library staff or the password bookmark for more information.
Global Volcanism Program: Find volcanoes by region, name and eruption date.
Volcano Live: the world’s first volcano news and travel website, which monitors worldwide volcanic activity, and provides adventure tours to the world’s most exciting volcanoes.
Volcano World: Oregon State’s website on volcanoes. Use the alpha or coutry lists to find information.
USGS Volcano: Webcams, photos and lots of information on US volcanoes.
National Geographic’s Forces of Nature: Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Tonadoes and Hurricanes
Maps of World: A variety of world maps.
Google Maps of Active Volcanos: Uses Google Maps API and includes activity reports and databases from the Smithsonian.
Motion in the Ocean: Go to this website for the Student Worksheet- Problems on Winds, Waves and Currents.
Distance Calculator: Use this to find the distance between 2 points whose latitude and longitude are known.
Create Maps & Grids: Use this site to create a map by entering boundary information.