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# Predicting Earthquakes

## No one can yet predict an earthquake's exact location and time, but there are signs.

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## Predicting Earthquakes

by CK-12 //basic

The signs scientists might see prior to an earthquake occurring.

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## Predicting Earthquakes: Seismic Hazards in Haiti and California

by CK-12 //basic

Talks about how a team of scientists warned that a large earthquake could hit Haiti in 2008 and how the Bay Area in California could be next.

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## Earthquake Prediction: A Science on Shaky Ground

by CK-12 //basic

Introduces key concepts in earthquake science through a collection of interviews, explanations, and animations.

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## Predicting Earthquakes Quiz - MS ES

by CK-12 //basic

Reviews the signs scientists might see prior to an earthquake occurring.

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## Predicting Earthquakes FourSquare

by CK-12 //basic

Summarize the main idea of a reading, create visual aids, and come up with new questions using a Four Square Concept Matrix.

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• Real World Application

## Should These Scientists be in Prison?

by CK-12 //basic

Italian scientists fail to predict a fatal earthquake and are convicted and sent to prison.

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