Displaying Engineering Pathway Search Results 1 - 10 of 66 for Keyword: seismology
 
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Seismic monitor Reference - Data Set
(College Freshman - Continuing Education) Unknown
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Civil Engineering NEEDS
"This is an interactive educational display of global seismicity that allows you to monitor earthquakes in near real-time, view records of ground motion, and visit seismic stations around the world." Every 30 minutes, this site i  ... more
SEED Magazine Reference - General
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
All Science and Engineering NEEDS
Site provides free online articles that are searchable by category, author and date. "Seedmagazine.com aims to provide our readers with the most relevant, insightful and entertaining original science content on the web. Updated  ... more
MichSeis Unknown
(PreK-K - Continuing Education) Teaching - Laboratory/Experiment/Field Activity
(College Freshman - Continuing Education)
Earth Sciences NEEDS
"MichSeis is the concept that a network of independent, yet cooperative, digital seismographic stations can be operated by schools and institutions throughout Michigan*." (*or anywhere else in the world!) *Any earthquakes today?  ... more
Bureau of Indian Education Community - General
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
All Science and Engineering NEEDS
This is the homepage for the Bureau of Indian Education.  ... more
Life along the faultline Unknown
(PreK-K - Continuing Education) Reference - General
(6 - 12)
Geological Engineering NEEDS
This website is about earthquakes. It contains information about earthquake basics including plate tectonics and fault lines. It also has information about specific earthquake events such as the 1908 earthquake that occurred in  ... more
The San Andreas Fault Reference - General
(College Freshman - Continuing Education) Unknown
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Geological Engineering NEEDS
A book type site introducing the user to the San Andreas Fault, and earthquakes in general. * What is it? * Where is it? * What surface features characterize it? * What kind of movement has occurred along the fault? * What is  ... more
United States Geological Survey (USGS), Long Valley Observatory Reference - General
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Earth Sciences NEEDS
This is the observatory that covers the Long Valley Caldera in East-Central California. A seismically active area that is the site of ancient eruptions. Recently (1980) the area had earthquake swarms and uplift, along with chang  ... more
Electronic encyclopedia of earthquakes Reference - Index/Link
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Civil Engineering NEEDS
"This digital library collection provides multi-disciplinary information, resources and links for instructors, students, and the general public." Although incomplete at time of cataloging, this will be an excellent site once comp  ... more
FAQ: earthquakes, with a special section on New York State. Selected web sites for earthquake education Unknown
(PreK-K - Continuing Education) Reference - Index/Link
(College Freshman - Continuing Education) Unknown
(PreK-K - Continuing Education) Unknown
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Earth Sciences NEEDS
A collection of websites about earthquakes and seismicity, broken into subject areas, and by learner type. Each URL has a brief description of content * Comprehensive Sources * Sources for Teachers * Sources for Middle scho  ... more
Understanding earthquakes Teaching - Simulation
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Civil Engineering NEEDS
A good inntroductory page to earthquakes. Animations add interest to the concepts being taught. The sections of this site are: * Earthquake quiz (four questions with illustrated answers) * Rotating globe (shows areas of greate  ... more
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