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Scientists study earthquakes so we can understand them better and hopefully one day predict them so we can save thousands of lives. A seismograph is a tool scientists use to record earthquakes and measure their strength. In this activity you will build your own seismograph using simple materials. Read more
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Shake things up when you pair one of these hands-on earthquake science activities with safety information for International ShakeOut Day October 17, 2019 is International ShakeOut Day, a day when millions of people will review the recommended 3-step "Drop, Cover, and Hold On" advice for safety during an earthquake. Earthquake Science Lessons and Activities In the U.S., you may think of earthquakes mostly in the context of California, Alaska, Hawaii,… Read more
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