Earthquake Resources

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Class Demo/Investigation Suggestion

Set up a glass baking dish with water.  Drop a pebble.  Have class make observations and time how long for the first wave to reach the side of the container.  Then use a cornstarch water mixture and repeat the pebble drop.  

YouTube Videos

Explanations on earthquake waves and demos of sound waves in water and cornstarch:

Online Simulations

Here are a couple of other sites that offer simulations that address a wider variety of science phenomena and incorporate NGSS modeling: