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This is a free, online textbook. According to the author, "This paper book of 300 pages presents theory implemented by... see more

The Improving Earthquake Monitoring is a course designed to explore how NASA is improving earthquake monitoring in the... see more

"This 154-page document contains curriculum Earth Science course for grades 9 - 10. The collection has been prepared from... see more

This National Aeronautics and Space Administration site describes long-term changes in Earth's magnetic field, and how... see more

This WebQuest is designed for 6th grade students. Students will work individually or in pairs to explore interactive... see more

This StAIR (Stand Alone Instructional Resource) was created to help students understand Earth's multiple surface changes.... see more

This portion of the United States Geological Survey's (USGS) frequently-asked-questions feature on earthquakes addresses... see more

The main objective of this site is to illustrate to students of structural and architectural engineering the problems and... see more

This is a free textbook from InTech 'Recent major earthquakes around the world have shown the vulnerability of... see more

Shows information about Earthquake epicenters. This is an interactive based activity.

This frequently-asked-questions feature deals with the relationship between earthquakes, faults, and plate tectonics;... see more

In this activity, students explore the 'stick-slip' mechanism of earthquake generation. They will learn about the... see more

This website has an archive of earthquakes and their data in the form of posters. This will support any collection of... see more

This free, online textbook/course was designed to provide introductory information on earthquakes. According to the... see more

This unit provides an introduction for younger students on earthquakes, volcanoes, and how they are related. Topics... see more

At 9.0 Magnitude, this was the largest earthquake in the world since the 1964 Alaskan quake. It struck on December 26 at... see more

This unit uses three lessons to introduce students to the basics of how earthquakes work and why they occur. They will... see more

An earthquake of magnitude 9 rocked the Pacific Northwest on January 26, 1700 around 9:00 PM. A series of independent... see more

On 22 March 1957, the San Francisco Peninsula was rocked by an earthquake centered in the Daly City area that caused... see more

The Northridge earthquake of January 17, 1994, struck a modern urban environment generally designed for seismic... see more

This lesson contains 3D models. After a free registration to the app, you can access more than 1,500 3D models and 1,000... see more

This is a free, online textbook,"This unit begins by examining the geological characteristics of petroleum and the key... see more

This paper compares the economic and productivity factors associated with bolt and screen, shotcrete and polymer lining... see more

This article discusses the effects of human activities on the interaction of ground water and surface water. Produced by... see more