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Earthquakes and geohazards
During this upper primary session we will explore earthquakes and other geohazards in the Australian context. When is a natural hazard a disaster? How do we record earthquakes? Does Australia experience earthquakes or tsunami? What does the magnitude number mean? We will answer these questions and more during this interactive session with our experienced educators. Participant numbers are limited for this two-way experience and we will welcome student questions.
Capacity: 30 students per booking
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Geoscience Australia
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Technology and Materials Requirements
The virtual session will be via Zoom. Once the booking is confirmed a link to Zoom will be sent.
You will need:
A reliable internet connection
A device with a microphone and a camera
A projector/screen so your class can see our presenters and speakers so you can hear us
We encourage questioning and participation throughout, so we ask that a camera be positioned so we can see and interact with your class.