This link goes in detail about different sources of energy in the Earth. For example, thermal energy is widely used around the world as power sources. This link intrigued me, and it was well formatted in sections. Plus, it gives examples to help the reader understand.
This website explains underwater volcanoes very well. The website mentions that island with volcanoes used to be underwater, until the volcano laid down sediments which grew after each eruption. I chose this link because of the map that helps you to find height levels. Also, I chose this link because I want to learn more about underwater volcanoes.
The website givens an in-depth explanation of how city's utility work will and have impacted the environment in the past, the present, and the future. For example, sewers give some bacteria a paradise, will it gives rats and rodents a nesting ground that spreads deadly diseases too. I chose this link because I want to learn how we can possibly find a way to stop this from hurting the environment.
The website provided here, will give you information dealing with arctic deserts. Specifically, where they are, and what their ecosystem is like. For example, like a dry desert, the arctic dessert is very hard to live in. I chose this link because I already know about arctic deserts and their inhabitants.
This link will bring you to a website with its outdated theme. However, it does explain igneous rocks very well. Additionally, it includes a map for you to discover the placed where igneous rock is found. I chose this link because I know about igneous rocks and how they are formed.
The link will divert you to a website that has a lot of information. The website mentions that the world's richest countries mines for mineral. For example, Canada and the United States are one of the countries that mine minerals the most and profited. I chose this link because there is a table on contents which organize the information in sections.
This link will bring you to a popular subject; Fossil Fuels. Fossil Fuels bring in a lot of profit, especially coal. In the website, it explains that coal is cheap to buy, but will make a lot of money. I chose this link because humans tend to lean the the cheap options, but fail to see how much pollution it brings with it.
This link will send you to a very detailed map with text to explain its meaning. The map shows the rock that makes up the bedrock of the area. For example, Limestone makes up the majority in northern part of the country. I chose this link because of the map of Missouri's geomorphology that is interesting to look at.
The link will send you to an amazing website. The website will give you detailed facts about the plateaus in Missouri. For example, the Salem Plateau is the largest in Missouri. I chose this link because it shows the Springfield Plateau in an elegant fashion.
The link brilliantly describes the Sun and how the effects on Earth. With the addition of light, it also heats up the Earth. This is well presented for the reader to understand. I chose this link due to its information being fun to read about.
In this link, you'll be greeted to a graph explaining the Atmospheric Composition of the Earth's Atmosphere. With a surprising 78% of the sphere is made up of Nitrogen. I chose this link because the graph was well displayed. In addition, I was able to learn a lot from the text too.
The geochemical cycle is a complex yet simple cycle. In this link, it describes a detailed explanation of how it revolves around the Earth's Crust. I chose this link due to its detailed image of the cycle. However, it also includes human's addition to the cycle.
This is about human waste and its impact on the environment. Our waste is going to the wrong places, causing a change in environments. I chose this link because humans produce a lot of waste that is hurting the environment. Also, a majority of humans aren't trying to help prevent their waste from destroying ecosystems.
This link leads to a impact that humans have on the water. However, humans were able to treat the water that once used to be dirty by using treatment products. I chose this link because water is directly impacted by human development.