Britannica High School

*You can search: Volcanoes or by location (i.e. Ecuador) and then look under "land" or geography for specific volcanoes from that location.
*Remember to link to Web's Best Sites here as well.

Gale in Context: Middle School

*Reference will be an important starting section for you in this database.

*Note that an advanced search with the first search bar being "volcano*" and the second bar being "Ecuador*" or another location with AND separtating both these keyword search bars will bring results of sources that include both a word that begins with "volcano" and a word that begins with "Ecuador" (e.g. volcanism, Ecuadorian...).


Volcano World (Oregon State University)

Note the tabs: Volcano List and All About Volcanoes

Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of Natural History - Global Volcanism Program

On this page, you can search for information on specific volcanoes.

Citation Resources


CITATION GENERATOR - It makes your citations for you.
*NOTE: ONLY use this for WEBSITES. The DATABASES on FISH FOR INFO provide citations for you.
*If you are using a website, simply copy your URL into the bar and a citation will be created.
*Scrolling down will allow you to see other citations you've created and to change the format if necessary.
*You will need to copy and paste this citation into a document and title it as such for later use.

Sample Works Cited Page: MLA8 - Owl at Purdue

This is an example of the final page of your paper, which houses all the sources used.
*Works Cited - Centered at top
*Citations are listed alphabetically
*Double spacing throughout
*"Hanging Indents" are used - 1st line of each citaiton is flush left. All following lines are indented.
Having difficulty indenting?: At the beginning of the line you need to indent, press: Shift/Enter simultaneously and then continue with a tab.