Interesting Site of the Month

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January is at bottom – current month at the top

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December

November

The American Geosciences Institute

https://www.americangeosciences.org/center-for-geo/education-geosource

October

Diamonds at https://geology.com/diamond/

Related to the September topic

September

How Are Diamonds Made And Formed

https://beyond4cs.com/how-are-diamonds-made-and-formed/

August

An intro site of interest for collecting

https://www.basementguides.com/rock-collecting-and-geology-basics/

July

GLMSMC - interesting links

https://www.glmsmc.com/links.shtml

June

World’s smallest desert - Canada

http://www.bbc.com/travel/story/20180621-the-unlikely-home-of-the-worlds-smallest-desert

May

Nature art and science – an eclectic site to scroll through

https://ferrebeekeeper.wordpress.com/

April

The Earth Story

http://the-earth-story.com/post/183968480285/the-tanis-k-pg-fossil-site-last-friday-a-huge

March

Want to find a meteorite

https://www.theweathernetwork.com/news/articles/want-to-find-a-meteorite-expert-geoff-notkin-tells-us-how/89457

February

Fluorescent Rocks & Minerals

https://geology.com/articles/fluorescent-minerals/

January

Alberta Paleontological Society (APS) site

Click on the events link to see the annual symposium information (in March at Mount Royal University): https://www.albertapaleo.org/