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Seismograph lines
Use this resource designed to help students understand earthquakes in New Zelanad. It includes why we get them and how we measure them.
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Stemworks 1744x200
Find earthquake-related articles, activities, events and cool jobs from STEM-Works.
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Seismograph lines
Use data on historical earthquakes to identify when and where they happened. Make predictions about future earthquakes.
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A volcano erupting
Watch this video explaining how volcanoes are formed and erupt.
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Watch this video on tsunami produced by National Geographic.
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Auckland Museum logo
Find information about Auckland's volcanoes from Auckland Museum.
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Speech bubbles with question marks in them
Search the Get Ready website for information and resources.
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A tsunami wave
Visit this useful site with animations showing the movement of tsunami waves.
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Toolbox full of tools
Find resources to help you and others prepare for an emergency.
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Watch this video from GNS Science explaining how tsunami are formed and the damage they can cause.
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Use Sketchfab to create interactive 3D maps, which you can use to model emergency events.
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Read a New Zealand perspective on tsunami on Te Ara, the Encyclopedia of New Zealand.

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Megaphone
Use this New Zealand ShakeOut audio announcement to start your earthquake drill. Play it through a speaker or PA so everyone knows the correct action to take.
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See New Zealand's volcano cameras and the current volcanic unrest in New Zealand.
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Visit this virtual field trip from Learnz. In this field trip, you will see how people live, work and play on the slopes of Mt Ruapehu, coping with the risk of volcanic activity.

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Earthquake Commission logo
Find resources from the Earthquake Commission that will help you better prepare for natural disasters and recover afterwards. Resources include Easy Ways to Quake Safe Your Home and a kids activity book.
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