Glacial Lake Missoula and the Ice Age Floods
The Montana Natural History Center offers background information on the ancient floods and photographs of their stunning impact on the geography of the northwestern United States.
The Ice Age Floods
This illustrated site on the Missoula floods includes history, recent news, and a comprehensive list of resources.
Explore four major features of the scablands with maps, photographs, and USGS satellite images accompanied by a glossary of geological terms.
"Joseph Thomas Pardee and the Spokane Flood Controversy"
Geologist Vic Baker's article in GSA Today explores geologist Joseph Pardee's involvement in advancing the hypothesis that cataclysmic floods produced the Channeled Scabland.
Geomorphology from Space
NASA's Web site on geomorphology enables exploration of worldwide geological features and the processes that created them. The site includes over 200 images of landmarks with explanations on their formations.
Glacial Lake Missoula and Its Humongous Floods
by David Alt. Mountain Press Publishing Co., 2001.
Cataclysms on the Columbia
by J. E. Allen, Marjorie Burns, and S. C. Sargent. Timber Press, 1986.
The Restless Northwest: A Geological Story
by Hill Williams. Washington State University, 2002.