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What causes a tsunami? Demonstrate this with a model
A Tsunami (Japanese for 'harbour wave') is a wave generated by an undersea earthquake,landslip or volcanic eruption so if you want to demonstrate what causes a tsunami rarher than it effect that it may have then we have to think about simulating an undersea earthquake.
Difficulty: Elementary school
What causes landslides?
A landslide inventory of the Touchet subbasin of the Walla Walla River Watershed was completed in 2002 by the WDNR. Using a combination of 1:24,000 scale orthophotos from 1996 and aerial photographs, nearly 250 possible landslides were located in the total 93 km2 (234 were accessed by road or trail; gates, road closures, or other obstacles prevented ground-truthing of the remaining 15 or so). The
Difficulty: High school
What is "weathering"? Demonstrate how it happens to mountains
When rocks are worn down by water, wind, or other means, that is weathering. Soil is made up of weathered rock particles, so without weathering, there would be no soil. Try the following activities to see how rocks can weather.
Difficulty: Elementary school
What is a sink hole? Explain how it is formed and where it is more likely to be found
Sinkholes are common where the rock below the land surface is limestone, carbonate rock, salt beds, or rocks that can naturally be dissolved by ground water circulating through them.
Difficulty: Middle school
What's in the soil?
Mr. Johnston and student teacher Mrs. Carter's 9th grade biology class did a soil experiment on Liberty Campus in Madison, AL by finding the texture, depth, color, structure, moisture and presence of rocks, roots and free carbonates. The class was characterizing the different horizons in the soil in a deep pit and by using the auger method (a shovel like tool that you force in the ground to retrie
Difficulty: Middle school
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