Earth Science Reference Tables (ESRT)
The Earth Science Reference Tables (ESRT) is an invaluable tool to the earth science student. It contains important measurements, equations, maps, and identification tables. The booklet is frequently used during classes, tests, and lab assignments. The ESRT is also used on the Earth Science Regents Exam.
To get additional hard copies of the Braille and large-type editions ONLY of the Earth Science Reference Tables (ESRT's), send requests on school letter head to State Ed's FAX @ (518) 474-1989. Include: subject, quantity, name, school address & school's BEDS code. To obtain large print Reference Tables, call (518) 473-9471
UPDATED SEPTEMBER 2011: Except for Braille and large-type editions, high school science reference tables will no longer be supplied. Schools are required to use the online versions to print sufficient copies to supply one reference table for each student.
2011 Edition, has the same content as the 2010 edition, except that the ruler on the cover has been removed. Students will no longer need to use this ruler on the Regents Exam in Physical Setting/Earth Science.
Below are resources from the OLD 2010 Version of the ESRT
Download 2010 ESRT
This link will allow you to download the 2010 version of the ESRT.
Below are resources from the OLD 2001 Version of the ESRT
2001 VERSION: Entire Earth Science Reference Tables (p. 1-16)
This link allows the user to download the entire reference tables in a single click.
Translated Editions Earth Science Reference Tables
Translated to: Haitian-Creole Edition; Korean Edition; Spanish Edition; and Russian Edition.
2001 VERSION: Earth Science Reference Table Page 5, 6 & 7
Tectonic Plates Map; Rock Cycle; Relationship of Particle Size to Water Velocity; Igneous Rock Identification; Sedimentary Rock Identification; Metamorphic Rock Identification.
2001 VERSION: Earth Science Reference Tables Page 12, 13 & 14
Dew point Temperatures; Relative Humidity; Temperature; Pressure; Weather Map Symbols; Properties of Earth’s Atmosphere; Electromagnetic Spectrum; Wind and Moisture Belts.