See where the most recent quakes are located. Learn about professional opportunities. I appreciated the color photographs and the diagrams. The Show-Me State has plenty of geology to show, including the biggest entry room of any cave in North America, the largest lead deposit in the United States, and the only exposures in the Midwest of a large province of granite and rhyolite.

Find out more about Missouri's past and present mining and land reclamation. The older editions of the Roadside Geology series can be dated.

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Detailed topographic maps and aerial photos of Missouri are available in the store. ...more. Explore topographic maps, geologic maps, scientific publications, books and more. This is a process used to research where and how water travels underground. Open Wells Earthquakes Environmental Science Protecting the environment using geoscience. Accompanying the set is a 16-page, full-color booklet that describes each rock and mineral and its uses. If so, consider giving a Missouri Rock and Mineral Set. Take a self-guided tour of our museum of geology including minerals, rocks, fossils and more. University of Missouri Press. Rocks and Fossils at 1,772 feet - the highest point in Missouri. What makes them a hazard and what can you do with one if found on your property? Missouri Geology—Three Billion Years of Volcanoes, Seas, Sediments, and Erosion. ISBN 978-0-988668-50-8; External links. To learn more about this set and other educational items, visit the publications desk in Rolla at 111 Fairgrounds Road or call 573-368-2100 to order. Learn about Missouri's rocks, minerals and fossils.

Box 1335 Jefferson City, MO 65102-1335 573.526.7625 Telephone 573.526.0661 Fax 800.735.2966 TTY A GIS database of geologic units and structural features in Missouri, with lithology, age, data structure, and format written and arranged just like the other states. This electronic bibliography brings together the nine books that comprise the Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, published by the Missouri Geological Survey and its predecessor agencies from 1945 through 1972.

Ask a Geologist Also, download and print "Build A Geologist" paper model. Rolla, MO 65402-0250 Missouri Elevation Map: This is a generalized topographic map of Missouri. Show in Google Earth or other KML viewer: (WMS, version 1.3.0), (WFS, version 1.1.0), Preliminary integrated geologic map databases for the United States: Central states: Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, and Louisiana, Detailed report of standardization procedures, Methods used to create several styles for lithology or geologic time. Oil and Gas A GIS database of geologic units and structural features in Missouri, with lithology, age, data structure, and format written and arranged just like the other states. Contact Us, McCracken Core Library and Research Center, Waste Water and Spill Site Investigations. Minerals and Mining Careers in Geology

All rights reserved. Caves Visit one of the country's largest rock core repositories. Learn about the science of ground temperatures and uses of this natural energy. Missouri geologic map data. Caves of Missouri. Access information about oil and gas in Missouri. The state has more than 14,600 sinkholes. Learn about landslides in Missouri and see where they are more likely to occur. -- ; Privacy Policy, Interactive map of offshore sand and gravel resources of the United States, Interactive database for geologic maps of the United States, Interactive database for topographic maps of the United States, Interactive map of California earthquake hazard zones, Interactive visualization of United States coal data, Interactive map of post-fire debris-flow hazards in the Western United States, Mineral resources - industrial mineral mines, abandoned mines, and metallic mineral waste management areas, Water resources - springs, groundwater, dams, and water wells. Sinkholes Ed Clark Museum The writing puts it on a par with a well written geology textbook. As a laymen's guide, Missouri Geology fills an empty niche in the literature of Missouri's natural history. Learn more about our 7,300 plus caves.