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Careers in the Field of Geology
Ever consider becoming a geologist?
Show-Me Earthquake Safety Student Videos
Don't miss these videos – Missouri students were encouraged to share their knowledge by creating videos that educate others about preparing for an earthquake.
The Great New Madrid Earthquakes of 1811-12 A Survivor's Story – Eliza Bryan
December 9 and 10, 2011 at the Dixie Theater in New Madrid, Missouri, Eliza told her story of surviving this terrible ordeal and life at that time in southeast Missouri. Eliza related her experiences to Dr. Seismo, played by David Stewart, Ph.D., through the help of Marian McDonald, who was reared in southeast Missouri more than 150 years after the great earthquakes. Eliza is one of the most important eyewitnesses to the events. Recorded and produced by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources' Missouri Geological Survey.
Earthquake Exhibit at the New Madrid Historical Museum
Check out this new video tour of the earthquake exhibit at the New Madrid Historical Museum.
Central U.S. ShakeOut! This video was produced in advance of the 2012 Great Central U.S. ShakeOut earthquake drill and contains valuable information about earthquake potential in Missouri and steps you can take to protect your family and yourself.
Minerals Education in Missouri
The Missouri Geological Survey has a long history partnering with the Missouri Minerals Education Foundation to provide educational experiences for teachers during the foundation's workshop.
Protecting Drinking Water
Protecting our Drinking Water
Safe drinking water is important to everyone.