The 1964 Alaskan Earthquake Lab Activity
Earth Science Educational Materials
Landforms Learning Activities
Real Data from One of the Most Thoroughly Documented Earthquakes in History
There’s no more comprehensive method of seismic study than to measure, study, and interpret copies of seismograms recorded over a 48-hour period at the time of the 1964 earthquake in Alaska. A forty-page teacher’s guide contains reproducible maps, charts, and tables for up to 20 hours of lab work, as well as suggested student activities. Enough materials are included for 12 setups.