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  • Alan L. Jones - Research Scientist - Educational site which offers downloads of the Windows software Seismic/Eruption and Seismic Waves, used for visualization of seismicity, volcanic activity, and wave propagation.
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  • Earthquake Facts - Learning resource aimed at giving quick facts about earthquakes and the various major disasters to hit our planet in the last 100 years.
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  • Earthquake Learning Activities and Lesson Plans - Information and links, including instructions for building a table-top seismology demonstration and a model illustrating sea-floor spreading and subduction from a shoe box as well as other exercises for students.
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  • Faultline: Seismic Science at the Epicenter - Seismic science teaching resources from the Exploratorium.
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  • Geophysics Teaching Demonstrations - Classroom demonstrations of geophysical principles applicable to the properties and processes of the Earth's interior. Includes seismic waves, earthquake location, density of the earth and the magnetic field.
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  • Guide to Selected Websites for Earthquake Education - The guide is organized according to education level as well as general subject interest.
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  • High School and Undergraduate Seismicity - Space technology is used to observe and measure tectonic motion of the Earth's surface. From NASA.
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  • iNFO-EQ - Resources, technology, ideas and suggested solutions on how build a seismic station to record earthquakes and build seismic sensors generally.
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  • Plate Tectonics - A hands-on exercise about plate tectonics and earthquakes from PBS. Requires Shockwave plug-in
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  • Seismic Waves - Educational course published by the Matter Initiative for Schools at the University of Liverpool. Includes Java applet animations for visualizing how P waves and S waves are recorded on seismometers, how waves travel through solids and liquids, measuring the Earth's core, and calculating an earthquake's epicenter.
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  • SpiNET - Maintains a network of participating middle schools, high schools and universities reporting real-time recordings from educational seismology stations using AS-1 table top seismometers.
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  • U.S. Geological Survey - Learning and Education - Portal to educational resources for students in Elementary, Middle, High School, and College.
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  • UPSeis - Educational website from Michigan Technological University presenting the science of seismology and earthquakes. Developed as part of a high school class program studying seismometer recordings.
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