Patrons can record earthquake activity in the library or their homes by designing their own seismograph.
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|Optional; patrons could use the USGS website to find data to back up their observations.
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NASA Scientific Visualization Studio: Cumulative Earthquake Activity 1980-1995 with Tectonic Plates
Watch building move during earthquake
[Suggest a book]
What Protects Us During Natural Disasters? by Lisa Owings
Can We Protect People From Natural Disasters? by Catherine Chambers