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“Correction: seismograph pic is from a sensor in Oklahoma, not Napa HS. The quake was detected there! #Napaquake”
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“Sismologi: “Non siamo in grado di prevedere quando finiranno le cazzate sulla magnitudo abbassata” LEGGI L'ARTICOLO: https://t.co/JkEWTt7pHu”
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How a Seismograph WorksThis video is part of a free science course for homeschool students. The labsheets, textbooks, quizzes, and other materials can be acc...
Hands-on #STEM activity! Make a homemade seismograph from simple materials to model how they record and measure shaking. https://www.sciencebuddies.org/stem-activities/make-a-seismograph?from=Pinterest #scienceactivity #earthquake #earthscience #physics #geoscience #geology #scienceproject #scienceteacher #scienceisfun #ScienceBuddies
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Students learn about seismology by using a sample seismograph constructed out of common classroom materials. The seismograph creates a seismogram based on vibrations caused by moving a ruler. The students work in groups to represent an engineering firm that must analyze the seismograph for how it works and how to read the seismogram it creates.
Lisa Kendall-Brown saved to science
Make a seismograph- The cartoon sketch of the seismograph shows how the insrument shakes with the earth below it, but the recording device remains stationary (instead of the other way around). (Public domain.)
Magnitude 3.4 event occurred at 4,360-foot level
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The new Da Vinci Kids App is here! Download it now: https://davincikids.onelink.me/ZvWH/ytMercy demonstrates how you can make and use a seismograph in this e...
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Generate your own "earthquake" and measure the movement with this DIY Seismograph!
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