Welcome to our website. We will feature information regarding our area's EPA Superfund site, the Tar Creek Superfund site, and other topics that peak our interest.
On the sidebar to the left please find links to some of Gina's Emporia State University final projects.
*Please note there is a broken link on the ES775 project for EarthExplorer. The current URL is http://earthexplorer.usgs.gov/.
As we only reside a few miles from the Tar Creek Superfund site, this area offers much opportunity for research and study. Gina was co-author of Route 66: Geology and legacy of mining in the Tri-state district of Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma. Published in From Precambrian rift volcanoes to the Mississippian shelf margin: Geological field excursions in the Ozark Mountains field guide 17, K. R. Evans and J. S. Aber (Eds.), The Geologic Society of America. Her final research paper for her M.S. in Physical Science was An Analysis of the Neosho and Spring River basins for spatial and temporal variabilities and chemical trends in the Tri-State Mining District of Oklahoma, Kansas, and Missouri.
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Below, please find some resources we hope you find useful:
(Thank you, Lindsey Weiss, teacher, for a number of these great resources)
ASTRONOMY AND OTHER FUN WITH OUR SKY DOME
American Meteor Society Fireball FAQs
Celestial Bodies and Astronomy
EarthSky's Guide to the Visible Planets
(this may become outdated but you can also find it by following a link
on EarthSky's homepage)
Mars Exploration, Mars Rovers Information, Facts, News, Photos
NASA's International Space Station Spot the Station
National Archives Information on Space Exploration
SCIENCE FAIR RESOURCES
Earth and Space Science Fair Projects
Hope Science Fair Page
Ultimate Guide to Science Fair Displays