Tsunamis are the result of processes that shape the Earth's surface: earthquakes, volcanic events, and landslides. People cannot control the dynamic forces that drive tectonic events; however, they can reduce the number...
This interactive resource adapted from the National Park Service explains the difference between explosive or effusive (lava pours from a vent onto the ground) volcanic eruptions, and describes the hazards associated...
The development of our solar system can be viewed as a continuous and complicated process that started about 4.6 billion years ago. As scientists continue to study the solar system, and Earth in particular, their...
Dams are widely distributed throughout the U.S. Their impact is perhaps most apparent in western cities, many of which lack a sufficient local water supply and thus rely on water diverted from far-away sources,...
This radio broadcast features an interview with Don Kroodsma, who is recognized as the leading expert in bird songs and bird vocal behavior. It includes recordings of bird songs he collected on his tours around the...
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