About.com's Mineral Picture Gallery
Some of these clubs are open to all, some are have limitations (residency or member of another organization).
A grassroots effort that builds connections that support a better understanding of the nature of science and its value to society.
Site with news and information about geography, GIS, Earth Science & maps -- this is a link to their minerals page. Written/maintained by educators at UNC, Greensboro.
All things geologic that captures the most important Earth science news each day. A great resource for teachers.
Mineralogy Database - Mineral Collecting, Localities, Mineral Photos and Data
As advertised it is for kids. Colorful with a spinning rock cycle and interactive games. And it won an award for its content and presentation.
Formerly known as the Minerals Information Institute. Provides teacher packets and focuses on mineral use.
Toolkit that explains what minerals mean to America, the challenges facing the U.S. mining sector and solutions to ensure the U.S. has long-term supplies of the minerals we need to ensure national security and economic prosperity.
An Interactive Guide to Rocks, Minerals, and Gemstones. They boast 4,714 mineral descriptions and links. And there crystallography section allows the user to rotate crystals along any axis Wow!
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