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This site, from the Nevada Seismological Laboratory at the University of Nevada in Reno, offers illustrated information about seismic waves. The cause for the seismic waves is explained in detail with pictures for easy...
This webpage, from the Geological and Mining Engineering Department of Michigan Technological University, contains information about seismology. Definitions of different types of waves (body and surface and their...
This Exploratorium activity shows how small, fuzzy objects can disappear from view in the absence of eye movement. The site contains instructions for the activity, an explanation of the change in perception, and...
This site from the Exploratorium provides an interesting activity for building a "two-way" mirror. Partners sit on opposite sides of the mirror and adjust the illumination until each gradually assumes aspects of the...
This site was created by John Butler of the University of Houston. Included here are lecture materials on sedimentary rocks and processes with an online quiz, internet resources and a virtual trip to the Grand Canyon. ...
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