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Post by salsinawi » Wed Aug 16, 2006 9:51 pm

Earthquake Educational website Links

Plate tectonics: The Dynamic Earth - the Story of Plate Tectonics
Earthquake Hazards Program: Earthquakes for Kids (& Grownups)
Locate an Earthquake: A tutorial on how earthquake epicenters are determined
The Learning Web: Many resources for K-12 education.
NEIC Bulletin: Contains links on science topics, education, fact sheets, and news.
Albuquerque Seismological Lab: Provides a list of Educational Resources as well as data for USGS sites around the world. (see the Live Internet Seismic Server!)
All Shook Up: latest earthquake information, hazards and preparedness, sudying earthquakes, and related sites. (USGS, Menlo Park)
National Earthquake Information Center (NEIC). General and current earthquake information, station codes and locations.
NEIC seismicity maps online. ... icity.html
USGS Fact Sheets online (listed by Hazards Theme) including general, volcanic, earthquake, landslide, and flood hazards.
Earthquake magnitude and intensity scales. Including The Richter Magnitude Scale and The Modified Mercalli Intensity Scale.
Earthquake hazard maps
Links to government and academic seismology sites including current and past earthquakes, maps, and geologic information.
FEMA for teachers
University of Washington: links to a wide variety of seismology-related websites where original seismic data or seismic research information is available.
“Seismology: Resources for Teachers” reference information, maps, videotapes, slide sets, hardware/software, seismographs, databases from Purdue University. ... urces.html
Seismological Society of America home page: an international association devoted to the advancement of earthquake science.
earthquake epicenter maps from NOAA.
Earth’s topography and seismicity images from the National Geophysical Data Center.
California Institute of Technology, Seismology Laboratory home page.
Virtual Earthquake: Brought to you by the Electronic Desktop Program and California State University, Los Angeles
Virtual Geoscience Professor: Nearly 4,300 resources are housed in a file maker pro database to assist the user in locating suitable resources. University of Houston
Earth View Project: At the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University.
The MichSeis program home page and access to QuakeView to examine or download seismograms, from University of Michigan.
University of Arizona seismograph observatory that operates the IRIS/NSN very broadband seismic station TUC which monitors natural and man-made seismic signals over the entire Earth.
“Create your own earthquake” from University of Arizona.
Plate tectonic map from University of Arizona.
Access to “Seismic/Eruption” epicenter and volcano plotting computer program and “Seismic Waves” wave propagation through the Earth simulation computer program from SUNY Binghamton. ... jones.html
Information on “Plate Tectonics” CD-ROM by Tasa.
Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC) home page.
Princeton Earth Physics Project
Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research
Public Seismic Network (PSN)
Online ocean bathymetry maps for comparing with plate boundaries and
Explorer Home Page : The Explorer™ is a collection of educational resources (instructional software, lab activities, lesson plans, student created materials ...) for K-12 mathematics and science education.
“Putting Down Roots in Earthquake Country” online from SCEC.
View near-real time seismograms from southern California.
University of California, Berkeley
Yahoo: Science:Earth Sciences:Education
Geological Society of America Home Page
ENC's Digital Dozens site - From the Eisenhower National Clearinghouse for Mathematics and Science Education
CERI at the University of Memphis - plots central US earthquakes on an interactive map in near-real time
Earthquake Education and Resources - New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources at New Mexico Tech
Oklahoma Geological Surveyannotated 24 hour low frequency seismograms.
UpSeisAn informative website which provides an overview on seismology, seismic waves, magnitude scales and more. Maintained by the Geology Department at Michigan Technological University
PBS site includes animations and audio from the Savage Earth series!
The Tsunami Warning System in the Pacific ... wsp01.html
University of Washington site
NOAA site
Links to more tsunami pages


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