Cosmic Object Project
- Science Reference Center: Login information on the whiteboard in the library. Click on "EBSCOhost Research Databases."
Then scroll through list and click toward bottom on "Science Reference Center."
- Facts.com-- Today's Science:
- World Book Encyclopedia
- Encyclopedia Britannica
Eric Weinsteins World of Astronomy -- Stars
Click on Stellar Types to get definitions of all kinds of stars.
Eric Weinsteins World of Astronomy--Compact Stars
Includes Red, White, Brown, Dwarf Stars and Neutron Stars
Stars, Nebula and Star Clusters
From the Astronomy Course for Students Using the Internet --pictures here
Images of Planetary Nebulae select pictures to get information on nebulae
Galaxies and Quasars
From the Astronomy Course for Students Using the Internet
Space Science Hotlist
A huge list of links to all kinds of space related topics.
Multiwavelength Astronomy Gallery
Shows images taken at different wavelength regions-- Ray, ultraviolet, visible, infrared, radio.
National Optical Astronomy Observatory
Images of nebulae and galaxies, taken in the visible region of the spectrum.
Satellite Telescope Photos Web Pages
Space Telescope Science Institute
Images taken by the Hubbell Space Telescope.
ROSAT X-ray satellite This web site has images taken in the X-ray region of the spectrum by the ROSAT satellite
2MASS web site has images taken in the infrared region of the spectrum by the 2-micron All Sky Survey
IPAC Missions Gallery This web site has images taken in the infrared region of the spectrum by the Infrared Astronomical Satellite
European Southern Observatory
Images taken by ESO telescopes.
Chandra web site has images from Chandra x-ray telescope the largest satellite the space shuttle Columbia launched
Cool Cosmos at the Infared Processing Analysis Center web site has images from Satellites and Telescope
Noodle Tools can be used to create your reference slide. Use username and password on whiteboard in the library to create your account.
Encyclopedia Britannica—general information on earthquakes (use aragon passwords)
Worldbook Online—general information on earthquakes (use aragon passwords)
|Wikipedia—general information on earthquakes|
Today’s Science—search for current news information on earthquakes
The Virtual Times—recent earthquakes and active volcanoes
The Animal Kingdom (Animalia)
http://perspective.com/nature/animalia/index.html Search by Phylum to get an example of an animal in that group OR search by animal. Use pull-down menu.
Animal Diversity Web
From the University of Michigan
Animal Kingdom Reference Sites
North Harris College Biology Department
The Tree of Life Web Project (ToL)
http://tolweb.org/tree/phylogeny.html is a collaborative effort of biologists from around the world. On more than 3000 World Wide Web pages, the project provides information about the diversity of organisms on Earth, their evolutionary history (phylogeny), and characteristics.
The Open Door Website-Animal Kingdom
Site project of biology teachers. Information on selected animals.
Pictures and facts about zoo animals.
Amazing Animal Facts
From World Almanac for kids.
Kids go Wild--Animal Facts
Wildlife Conservation Society page.
Michael's Zoology Inforamtion Site
facts about a number of interesting animals
Bio Kids Links to Web Sites
Atomic Archive explores the development of the atomic bomb
Nuclearfiles.org Biographies, timelines, organizations and more about Atomic energy
Atomic structure timeline
US Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management
Introduction to Atomic Theory From Frost State University
Go through the slides. There are some good pictures here, too.
A Science Odyssey: People and Discoveries: From PBS http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aso/databank/entries/dp13at.html
Rutherford and Bohr describe atomic structure good information on Rutherford and Bohr.
Book Resources in the Aragon Library
Check indexes in single and multi-volume sets. Locate Key Words from assignment sheet:
alchemy, atom, atomic structure, Bohr,etc.
REF 500.2 ENC Encyclopedia of earth and physical sciences /. New York : Marshall Cavendish, 1998.
R 550.3 Exploring earth and space science. New York : Marshall Cavendish, 2002.
539 Gol Goldstein, Natalie. How do we know the nature of the atom. New York : Rosen Pub. Group, 2001.
REF 603 HOW How it works : science and technology. New York : Marshall Cavendish, 2003.
R 546 KRE Krebs, Robert E., 1922- The history and use of our earth's chemical elements. Westport, Conn. : Greenwood 1998.
539.7 S Stwertka, Albert. The world of atoms and quarks. New York : Twenty-First Century Books, 1995.
R 503 GAL Travers, Bridget, ed. Gale encyclopedia of science/. New York: Gale Researc, 1995.
Elements - Periodic Tables
WebElements Click on the index at the left to get details on the element's discovery and more.
The Chemicool Site A way cool periodic table. Click on the element to get the facts.
The Periodic Table The periodic table from the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Visual Elements Table From the chemsoc, this flash table is beautiful and fun to use.
Bibliography--citing your sources.
Owl Writing Lab, Purdue University MLA Style for creating bibliographies all types of sources
How to Write a Term Paper From the Gale Publishing Group
Soap Project - Chemistry
The Soap and Detergent Association (A non-profit trade association representing manufacturers of household, industrial, and institutional cleaning products, their ingredients and finished packaging; oleochemical producers; and chemical distributors to the cleaning product industry)