This term is one that is commonly defined very specifically by state laws or regulations. States that have specifically provided links to definitions or information regarding this term through special CDS customizations content include: PA, KS, MN.
Richter Magnitude is an estimate of the amount of energy released during and earthquake.
Upon completion of this activity you will be given the opportunity to receive a personalized Certificate as a "Virtual Seismologist." In order to get this certificate, you must make careful measurements throughout the activity.
The economic crisis in the years between 20 has demonstrated the necessity for substantial adjustments on behalf of container lines.
Capacities were shifted quickly to emerging and less affected markets allowing a faster recovery of globally organized companies.
: A completely revised version of Virtual Earthquake can be found HERE.
This new Java applet based version is more inquiry-based than the original version and contains tools so instructors can assess student learning.
Below is a list of some resources for preparing for and recovering from earthquakes.
Thanks to Astronomy Notes reader Katie Cook for locating several of these resources.
It includes tools and techniques that help students keep up with a standard workload that is the same as their peers. He or she may be provided with a sign language interpreter during class.