Join IU EAS faculty member, Dr. Andrea Stevens Goddard, on a virtual field trip to McCormick’s Creek State Park to look at how different types of rock weather over time. Counts toward River Ranger badge.
Our trash can volcano eruptions are a highlight of Science Fest every year! This video explains the basics of volcanoes and how a trash can volcano can serve as a model for real-life volcanoes. Counts toward Rock Star badge.
Download and print a geologic timescale and a set of ancient animal cards and use the clues to put the ancient life in the time period where it belongs. Counts toward Science Gamer badge.
Start off your adventure learning about seismology with an introductory video from IU EAS graduate student Elizabeth Sherrill and a video about how seismometers work by seismologist Dr. Michael Hamburger. Counts toward Master of Disaster badge.
Part two of our introduction to seismology series is all about location, location, location! Counts toward Master of Disaster badge.
Part three of our introduction to seismology series is an exercise about the Modified Mercalli Intensity scale which is used by seismologists to determine the magnitude and epicenter of earthquakes of the past. Counts toward Master of Disaster badge.
Get a birds eye view of the aftermath of the Edenville and Sanford dam failures courtesy of Earth and Atmospheric Science drone pilot Steve Scott. Counts toward River Ranger badge.
Watch rivers evolve in real time in these small-scale physical experiments. Counts toward River Ranger badge.
Download these coloring pages showcasing the diverse range of earth and atmospheric science disciplines!