Reflection: Real World Applications How Do Scientists Measure Earthquakes? - Section 3: Explore--Graphing Earthquakes

 

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How Do Scientists Measure Earthquakes?

Unit 7: Earth's Changes
Lesson 10 of 21

Objective: SWBAT graph earthquake magnitudes and draw simple conclusions.

Big Idea: Earthquakes make the Earth rock 'n roll. Scientists measure an earthquake's intensity on a scale. We can graph that information to learn about earthquakes.

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Subject(s):
Science, landscape, volcanoes, mountain, earth, glaciers, Land, Earthquakes
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