Learn about the Theories of Continental Drift and Plate Tectonics and discover what happens when plates collide!
Earthquakes & Volcanoes
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The surface of the Earth is constantly moving, and earthquakes and volcanoes occur, because of plate tectonics.
The water in the oceans has travelled vast distances. It has even time spent deep below the surface of the Earth, trapped inside the mineral ringwoodite.
The fracking process gets natural gases out of rocks. This process can have effects on freshwater, water quality and even earthquakes!
Create a model of an erupting volcano and learn about the structures of a stratovolcano in this hands-on activity.