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Earthquakes Lesson Plans

Earthquakes Lesson Plans, Earthquakes Themes, Plate Tectonics Lesson Plans


Earthquakes Lesson Plans and Resources

 icon Understanding Plate Motion

 iconVirtual Fieldtrip of the San Andreas Fault

 icon Earthquakes Report - the science of earthquakes and earthquake prediction, major quake regions, and more. From New Scientist Planet Science.

 icon Earthquake Information from the USGS in Menlo Park, CA - daily and weekly quake reports, geophysical information on earthquakes, and other background information.

 icon Big Trouble In Earthquake Country - use on-line earthquake hazard maps and other relevant geological information to assess hazards to life and property associated with hypothetical earthquakes of various magnitudes.

 icon British Columbia Earthquake Resources

 iconEarthquake Information Gopher

 icon Earthquake Maps and Reports

 iconEarth Waves - provides information on earth changes including earthquakes, volcanoes, ozone depletion, and predictions of future earth change events.

 icon Global Earthquake Response Center

 icon Lithoprobe Seismic Atlas of Canada - View deep crustal seismic data from across Canada.

 iconMemento Mori - an interface to the earth. This java applet displays streaming seismographic data measured continuously from the Hayward Fault near the University of California at Berkeley.

 iconNew Mexico Bureau of Mines Earthquake Education - information, links, and resources about earthquakes.

 iconStrong Motion Database - fast and easy access to earthquake strong ground motion records.

 iconSyzygy - earthquake newsletter.

 iconUnderstanding Earthquakes - contains general interest earthquake information.

 iconUSGS National Earthquake Information Center - general information on global seismicity including current earthquake information.

 iconZhaobo's Wavelet Seismic Inversion Lab

 icon This Dynamic Earth: The Story of Plate Tectonics - complete text and figures from this book published by the U.S. Geological Survey.

 icon Earthquakes and Plate Tectonics - the USGS National Earthquake Information Center explains how they're connected.

 iconIntroduction to Plate Tectonics

 iconPALEOMAP Project - view the Earth in paleogeographic maps as it has changed through time as a result of plate tectonics and continental drift.

 icon Plate Tectonics - lesson covering the chemical and physical layers of the Earth, historical development of the theory, and descriptions of the location and types of plate boundaries.

 icon Plate Tectonics [geocities.com] - students' site providing basic views, including some in-depth terms and facts.

 icon Tectonic Evolution with Weldon Beauchamp - tectonic evolution of the Atlas Mountains, North Africa.