Bruce Bjornstad's Website - Includes photos; maps; and aerial videos related to the Ice Age Floods as well as Bruce Bjornstad's geologic guidebook series: On the Trail of the Ice Age Floods
Bruce Bjornstad's YouTube Channel - Includes photos; maps; and aerial videos related to the Ice Age Floods as well as Bruce Bjornstad's geologic guidebook series: On the Trail of the Ice Age Floods
MCBONES Research Center Foundation - The Mid-Columbia Basin Old Natural Education Sciences (MC BONES) Research Center Foundation’s Coyote Canyon Mammoth Site located near the Tri-Cities; in Washington State is the site of an all-volunteer community- and student-based paleontological excavation project. A 17;500 year old Columbian Mammoth skeleton is buried in slackwater Ice Age floods deposits at the site; and has provided students; teachers and citizen-scientists an opportunity to actively participate in field and laboratory research in the disciplines of paleontology; geology; paleoecology; and other natural sciences since 2008
Montana Natural History Center - The mission of the Montana Natural History Center is to promote and cultivate the appreciation; understanding and stewardship of nature through education. MNHC is a non-profit organization founded in 1991 by a group of educators who had the vision to create a natural history center as a resource for schools and the public. It has been a great partnership both ways as much of the History Center non-local business is in search of Lake Missoula Flood information schools and the public. The lake Missoula chapter has had a display; presented programs and has monthly meetings at the history center. This has been a great partnership both ways since about 80% of nonlocal visitors to the Center are drawn to find floods information.
Rick Thompson's GIGAFLOOD Website - This site focuses on the largest Lake Missoula Flood; the effect it had in the lesser known NW Oregon and SW Washington areas and the evidence that can still be seen today. It offers books and drive guides so you can explore for yourself.
Stev Ominski's (Floods Artist) Website - Stev H. Ominski Fine Arts: Long time professional artist; recognized for his attention to detail and thorough research. Ominski’s web site features a section on his continuing work about the Ice Age Floods.
Tom Foster's Blog - Photos and videos related to the Ice Age Floods; Glacial Lake Missoula; the Bonneville Flood and geology along Interstate 90 between Seattle and Spokane.
Tom Foster's Huge Floods Website - Photos and videos related to the Ice Age Floods; Glacial Lake Missoula; the Bonneville Flood and geology along Interstate 90 between Seattle and Spokane.
Willamette Valley Pleistocene Project - The Willamette Valley Pleistocene Project explores the late Pleistocene and early Holocene of the Willamette River Valley in Northwest Oregon. Composed of local volunteers and resources; avocational paleontologists; land owners; and local government working alongside trained professionals and museum staff; our goal is to discover; study; and preserve our prehistoric past.