Look here for worldwide locations of currently erupting volcanoes. The
information is provided by Michigan Technological University
Earthquakes Theme Page
A wide variety of sites with information on earthquakes, compiled by
Geological Survey of Canada
This Canadian site provides information on recent and historic earthquakes
in Western Canada and the world. It also has maps and lists of the 50
most recent events, as well as information on topics such as seismographs
and earthquake preparedness.
This Volcano World site has interesting ideas for making volcano models.
To find them, click on "Volcanic School Project Ideas." This
site also has contests, games and virtual field trips.
Pacific Geoscience Centre
This site features the Pacific Division of the Geological Survey of
Canada, located in Sidney, BC. It has information on earthquake seismology.
Provincial Emergency Program, Natural Hazard Preparedness
This British Columbia site has indepth information on natural hazards
(earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis and so on) and how to prepare for
them. It includes an emergency preparedness checklist and information
on what to include in a do-it-yourself emergency preparedness kit. In
addition, there is an on-line brochure called "Prepare Now"
for an Earthquake in British Columbia."
United States Geological Survey
This American site features maps and lists of recent earthquakes. It
also has information on hazards and earthquake preparedness, as well
as a list of frequently asked questions.
Look here for a wealth of interesting information and activities on
volcanoes. The site includes locations of currently erupting volcanoes,
photographs and videos of volcanoes, as well as movies and snapshots
of Mount St. Helen. You can also ask questions of a volcanologist (volcano
expert), read interviews with volcanologists, find out about the "Volcano
of the Week" and see photographs of model volcanoes.