Dr. Steve Westrop, Curator of Invertebrate Paleontology - Sam Noble Museum - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Bryon Tapp, University of Tulsa, Associate Professor of Geosciences - email@example.com
Jet Propulsion Lab., Pasadena,Calif. http://dln.nasa.gov
Dr. Julie M. Chang Ph.D. Geologist IV - Okla. Geological Survey - firstname.lastname@example.org
Roger Burkhalter, Sam Noble Museum - email@example.com
Dr. Molly Yunker, Education Outreach Coordinator - Oklahoma Geological Survey - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Nicholas Czaplewski, Curator Vertebrate Paleontology - Sam Noble Museum - email@example.com
Dr. Cameron Siler, Curator of Herpology - Sam Noble Museum - firstname.lastname@example.org
The above educators can help you with a video conferences. Darryl "Dusty" Rhoads and Sally Brasel will give a lecture to the students. The student will write the questions and a teacher forwards the question to the above educators.
The Cherokee Rock Hound is on the trail of adventure. Sniffing out web sites and contacts for the Educators and Rock Hounds. Leading us to new exciting fines and information.
Black Cat Mt. Trilobites
Association of Applied Paleontogical Sciences AAPS
University of Arkansas - Professor Van Brahana, Ph.D. Dept. of Geosciences
American Geological Institute
Science Museum of Oklahoma
Tulsa Geological Society
Sam Noble Museum Of Natural History - Fossil Identification
Kyle E. Murray, OGS Hydrogeologist
Colorado School of Mines Geology Museum
Oklahoma Department of Mines
Darryl "Dusty" Rhoads and Sally Brasel are the project managers of The Fossil Study Rock and Living Fossil Trees. Also see us on face book.
Oklahomans now have a one-stop shop to find out all they need to know about saving monarch butterflies and how they might pitch in on the effort.
This weekend, the more than 40 conservation organizations that founded the Oklahoma Monarch & Pollinator Collaborative in 2016 launched a singular voice with its Okies for Monarchs campaign. The gateway website — okiesformonarchs.org — is now live, as is itsFacebook page.
“This launch is to say, ‘Hello, Oklahoma, we’re here, come partner, participate and come play,’ ” said state director Mary Waller.
The site and the associated campaign is for everyone and is meant to connect, coordinate and educate anyone who has an interest in monarch butterflies and inspire those who may not know why they should care, Waller said.
MATT BARNARD/Tulsa World file
Web Locations for Educational Resources
Sam Noble Musuem of Natural History
Cimarron Hestitage Center
Geoscience News & Information
Natural Delights Rock Shop
Minerals in a Region
Colorado Springs Mineralogical Society
Oklahoma on Pinterest
Dinosaurs & MoreMeteorite, Minerals, Fossil Gallery
Black Hills Instituteof Geological Research, Inc.
Fun Science & technology for kids
Tulsa Geological Society
Fort Worth Museum of Natural History