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Earthquake prediction has never been an exact science or an easy job. In 1923, the debate between two Japanese seismologists, Akitune Imamura, and his superior at the University of Tokyo, Professor Omori, over whether a...
Gravity relentlessly pulls us toward Earth's surface. Everything we do requires us to expend energy, and much of that energy goes toward our struggle against gravity. Despite the powerful force that gravity exerts, we...
Volcanoes provide spectacular evidence that we are living on a dynamic planet, where land can be created or destroyed without regard to human structures or civilizations. This interactive resource adapted from the...
Large oil spills are not a common occurrence. When a tanker runs aground or collides with another vessel and releases its cargo to the sea, it's often major news, especially if the spill is near land. The images in this...
Topographic maps that display three-dimensional landscapes on two-dimensional surfaces can offer a great deal of spatial information in minimal space. However, it is often difficult for people to interpret the features...
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