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Ask-An-Earth-Scientist or Palaeontologist

! >Education > Geology > Teach & Learn Geology > Ask-A-Geologist Sites.

Department of Geology, Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina:
Ask a Geologist.

The British Geological Survey, Nottingham, UK:
Ask-about-Geology. Downloadable factsheets.

MAD Scientist Network: MAD Sci is a collective crania of scientists answering questions in many areas. MadSci Library provide access to other science sites and resources on the WWW including links to other "Ask-A-Scientist" sites.

Open School, Canada: Ask an Expert Sources.

Paläontologische Gesellschaft. An association not only for German speaking palaeontologists. Go to: "Ask a Scientist" (in German).

Russell J. Jacobson: Ask a Paleontologist.

ScienceNet, UK. A free science information service. You can search their site to find an answer or send a new question. Go to: Palaeontology.

US Geological Survey (USGS):
Ask-A-Geologist. The USGS offers an internet e-mail service for general questions on earth sciences. Each e-mail message sent to Ask-A-Geologist is routed to a different USGS earth scientist. See also here, and
there. This expired link is available through the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

! US Geological Survey Library, Reston, Virginia: Ask a Librarian. If you are a student, teacher, or researcher, you may use the e-mail reference service for assistance in finding information on geology, hydrology, cartography, biology, paleontology, environmental science and related topics. A USGS reference librarian will attempt to respond within 3 working days.

U.S. Geological Survey:
USGS frequently asked questions, Popular FAQs. See especially:

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