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The Pacific Northwest Geodetic Array (PANGA), an organization devoted to the study of earthquakes and crustal deformation along the Cascadia subduction zone, provides information on the organization's facilities,...
This interactive feature shows students how an earthquake epicenter is located and how Richter magnitude is determined. They will use recordings of seismograms from three stations (provided in the activity), learn the...
This tutorial instructs students on how to create simulations of P- and S-waves by using simple materials; a Slinky toy and a length of rope.
In this activity, students use walking and running speeds to simulate the difference in S- and P-wave travel times, a property used in the location of earthquakes. They will construct travel time curves using their...
This report describes a study in which seismic profiling was used to re-interpret the origin of Upheaval Dome, Utah, a geologic structure that was originally thought to be the results of a salt diapir, but which the...
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