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Geography- geology animations and java applets:
Geology Disasters Geology Geography Volcanoes & Geysers

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Geography animations and java applets 
Animated Glaciers Resource
Animated Rivers the different ways in which rivers transport their load, including traction, suspension, solution and saltation, how river deposits are sorted as they are deposited in a river delta
Atmospheric Energy Balance Atmospheric Energy Balance Animation
Carbon Cycle animation The Carbon Cycle
Biomantle Biomantle and Soil Thickness Processes
Biomes
Braided stream mov file
Coriolis effect An object in motion on the Earth's surface always appears to be deflected away from its course. This effect is a result of the Earth's rotation, and is called the Coriolis effect
Coriolis effect Coriolis effect animation
Coriolis effect Coriolis effect animation
Coriolis effect over Earth's surface Observe an animation of the Coriolis effect over Earth's surface
Coriolis force This animation demonstrates the Coriolis force acting on a plane moving from the North Pole toward the equator, and it also depicts the Coriolis force acting on a plane flying from west to east
Coriolis force Coriolis force
Coriolis force Coriolis force
Day light map
Deconstructing Pangaea This animation shows the motions of the continents during the last 200 million years
Deglaciation-North America mov file
Dunes Dune Formation
Dunes Formation of a Sand Dune
Earth Evolution
Earth flow
Earth : Portrait of a Planet
Earth science Australia earth science, geology, fossils, paleontology, rocks, minerals, Australian dinosaurs, geologic processes, geological structures, meteorite craters, magnetic declination, coal exploration, geothermal energy, tsunami, black smokers, volcanic eruption, hydrology, river systems, soil processes, plate tectonics, geological periods, periods, precambrian, cambrian, silurian, jurassic, ordovician, tertiary, triassic, cretaceous, devonian, minerals, rocks, plutonic rocks, pyroclastic, basalts, silicon tetrahedron, mineralogy, sedimentary: for people with an interest in earth science, most resources are on site with a great emphasis on images and animations
Earth's Atmosphere Interactive gather and compare data from different atmospheric levels
Earth's gravity field here you can see the gravity field of the Earth as animation (rotating Earth as a sequence of 96 JPEG-images).
Earth's gravity model This visualization of a gravity model was created with data from NASA's Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) and shows variations in Earthís gravity field. Gravity is determined by mass. Earthís mass is not distributed equally, and it also changes over time
Environmental Science Earth's Systems, The Atmosphere, Human Population Dynamics, Natural Resources
Erosion
Exploring Earth Visualizations Earth as a System, Models of Earth, Earth's Structure and Motion, Atoms to Minerals, Rocks, Resources and the Environment, Plate Tectonics, Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Mountain Building, Weathering, Soil, and Erosion, Surface Water, Ground Water, Glaciers, Wind, Waves, and Currents, Atmosphere, Water in the Atmosphere, Atmosphere in Motion, Weather, Climate and Climate Change, Ocean Floor
Flash Earth ...satellite and aerial imagery of the Earth in Flash Flash Earth ...satellite and aerial imagery of the Earth in Flash
Flood plain
Flood plain how floodplains are formed
Geodynamo Simulation Terrestrial magnetic field reversal
Geography animations Geography animations, a tip
Geography animations Geography animations
Geothermal energy Geothermal power plants have much in common with traditional power-generating stations. They use many of the same components, including turbines, generators, transformers, and other standard power generating equipment
Glacier Glacier animation
Global energy population CO2 water swf file
Grasslands of the World Rotating globe showing global grassland coverage. Data obtained from Terra/MODIS landcover isolating grasslands, woody savannas, savannas, and wetlands (all seen in green)
Groundwater animation groundwater, hydrology, aquifer, aquiclude, water cycle, water wells
Interactive Science Simulations Glaciers, Balloons & Buoyancy, Gas Properties, Balloons and Static Electricity, Sound, The Greenhouse Effect, Wave on a String, Blackbody Spectrum, pH Scale, Wave Interference, My Solar System, a tip
Latitudes & Longitudes
Milankovitch cycle Orbital eccentricity
Nitrogen cycle
Oceanic Tides Global picture of tidal forces and the force at a fixed point, Time variations of tidal forces at different fixed points, Rotating tidal forces as mutually orthogonal oscillating forces, Two systems of oscillating forces, Standing waves driven by the oscillating forces, Both oscillating waves and the circulating tidal wave, The tidal wave over resonance, Tidal friction and the phase delay
Ozone ozone animation
Ozone Hole Maps
Population counter
Population simulator swf file
Radioactive decay java applet
Renton's illustrations (great!)  Planetary Geology, Plate Tectonics, Minerals, Volcanoes and Volcanism, Igneous Rocks, Glaciers, Deserts and the Wind, Oceans & Shorelines, Sedimentary Rocks, Groundwater, a tip
Sand Bar Formation
Sunlight and the Seasons
Tidal Bulge Simulation Shows how the sun, moon, and earth's rotation combine to create tides
Tidal forces Global picture of tidal forces and the force at a fixed point. The tidal forces describe the differential effects of gravitation of the moon (and the sun) near the earth. The tidal force exerted on a body at an arbitrary point over the earth equals the vector difference between the gravitational pull of the moon (or the sun) exerted on the body at this point, and the gravitational force that would have been experienced by this body at the centre of the earth
Tides: Why Tides? What are Tides? animated
Tides
Tides Tides, swf file
Tides animation
Tides animation Tides animation, Tides are caused by Gravity pulling on the bodies of water on the earth and upon the Earth itself. There are 2 gravitational bodies that affect the tides. The sun and the moon. The Moon is much closer to the Earth so it has a much greater influence upon the tides
Tides animation
Tides- Simulation Tides - Simulation, what are tides
Tides- Simulation
Understanding Earth
Water cycle Water cycle
Water cycle Water cycle
Waterfall Waterfall model
Wave Motion Anatomy of a Wave
Wave Motion
Wave Motion water: Wave Motion Animation
Wave Motion water: Wave Motion Animation
Wave Refraction Animation Wave Refraction Animation
World Map flash earth, Flash Earth is an experimental application for viewing satellite and aerial imagery of the Earth from multiple mapping websites inside a single Flash-based interface. It is not designed to be a fully-fledged mapping application but more for enjoying and exploring images of our planet, a tip
World Ocean Atlas Global maps showing: temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen, apparent oxygen utilization, nitrate, phosphat
Worldtime interactive world atlas, information on local time
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