Sukh Sidhu talks about the power of algae.
Environment Video Library
Sea birds watch as waves from Lake Erie crash upon the beach washing smooth stones back-and-forth.
A little boy and dog play at the mouth of Ash Cave at Hocking Hills State Park giving perspective to its immense scale.
Well-defined fossils site in contrast to the brightly colored rocks and soil at Trammel Fossil Park.
What does Geology have to do with me? You are surrounded by Ohio geology and use the resources it provides every day. From the coal-fired electricity to the clay in your toothpaste, Ohio geology touches your life in may ways.
A scenic and panoramic view of Brandywine Falls, with natural sounds.
Views of large moss covered boulders in shaded forests along with the entrance to a cave at Conkles Hollow State Park.
The sun shines through the canopies of the forest giving light to many plants and rock formations in Flint Ridge State Memorial Park.
Solitary boulders sit embedded in the flat grass filled fields of Glacial Erratic.
Archaeological dig sites with gray gravel and rock formations give way for for fossils.
Distant cliffs and green forests provide contrast to the rushing river and cracking canyon walls of Hach Otis State Preserve.