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Read a New Zealand perspective on severe weather on Te Ara, The Encyclopedia of New Zealand.

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Use these pages from One Geology Kids for landslide information for students.
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Search MetService blogposts by keyword.
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Use one of the experiments shown in this video to look at different kinds of erosion and landslides.
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Find advice for looking after staff after in an emergency.
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See huge storms, heavy rain, tornadoes and other exteme conditions in these videos from Science Kids.
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Do this experiment from Scientific American that uses physics to explain land movement.
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Watch this slide presentation that focuses on researching a historic tsunami in Henderson Bay in Northland.
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Watch videos from National Geographic's kids weather playlist.
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For information on how to prepare your home and protect your whānau, visit the Be Prepared section of the Earthquake Commission's website.

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Visit this virtual field trip from Learnz. In this field trip, experts will take you to remote locations to help you better understand what causes natural disasters.
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Have staff fill in a personal workplace emergency plan to plan for an emergency during work hours.
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Watch this video on earthquakes produced by National Geographic.
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See real time satellite imagery and thunderstorm warnings from MetService to track the storm activity in your local area.
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Read stories from survivors of the Canterbury earthquakes.
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Play this interactive game to build your own hurricane. Learn what kinds of wind conditions, latitude and sea temperature are good for a hurricane to form.
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Visit this virtual field trip from Learnz. In this field trip you will learn from experts what caused the Canterbury Earthquakes.
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