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View Resource Tsunamis

This portal provides access to a variety of materials about tsunamis. Resources include items on the mechanisms of tsunami generation, survival and preparedness, hazards, tsunami graphics, and other information. There is also a link to a set of lesson plans on earthquakes and tsunamis from the University of Texas Institute for Geophysics.

View Resource Coastal Change Hazards: Hurricanes and Extreme Storms

This portal provides information on the hazards presented to the Gulf and Atlantic coasts of the United States by hurricanes. A fact sheet summarizes some of the destructive effects and describes some of the more recent damaging storms. Other links direct site visitors to highlighted resources describing the extent and causes of coastal impacts of hurricanes, impacts on wetlands, coastal changes,...

View Resource Ocean World

Developed and maintained by the Jason Education Project at the Texas A&M University, this comprehensive site has educational information and activities on weather, foraminifera, coral reefs, satellites, El Nino, ice ages, fisheries, waves, icebergs and currents. A wealth of student and educator resources is available. Teacher resources include a crash-course in oceanography, a section on using...

View Resource Education for Geo-Hazards: How to survive hazards when you are on holiday

This site, intended for children and young people who are going on holiday with their parents, will introduce them to natural hazards that may occur so that they may respond in an appropriate manner, even if parents or other adults are not aware of the proper precautions. The site contains information for six major hazards: earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, flash floods, tornadoes and...

View Resource Earth: A Graphic Look at the State of the World

This integrated collection of charts and maps summarizes the conditions of the world's natural ecology and human cultures, their interactions, and impact on one another. The graphics conveniently illustrate the connections between apparently disparate topics: core statistics on forests, soil, fresh water and ocean fisheries are displayed side by side with statistics on climate change, carbon...

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