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Earth Science

Scientists study the earth and its atmosphere in many different ways. Some look at the physical characteristics, like rocks. Others study water or air. Earth Science helps us better understand the world around us and can help keep us safe. Find out more about the Earth.

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Earthquakes: Seismographs, Pizza, and Football

Seismographs detect earthquakes, even human-caused quakes.

Earthquakes: Seismographs, Pizza, and Football

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Earthquakes: A Whole Lot of Shaking Going On

An earthquake is a complicated process but knowing about it can save your life.

Earthquakes: A Whole Lot of Shaking Going On

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Climate: What's a Climate?

Learn more about the different climates found on Earth.

Climate: What's a Climate?

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Volcanoes: What Makes A Volcano Different?

Volcanoes have different characteristics. Find out more.

Volcanoes: What Makes A Volcano Different?

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Volcanoes!

Find out more about these explosive marvels of nature.

Volcanoes!

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Botany: Botany Basics

Botany is the study of plants.

Botany: Botany Basics

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Rivers

Take a ride on a river and find out more about this force of nature.

Rivers

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Oceans

Oceans cover 70% of the Earth’s surface. Find out more about what’s under the surface.

Oceans

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Volcanoes

Volcanoes are part of the world’s plumbing system. Find out how they work.

Volcanoes

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Soil

There is a lot more to the study of soil than just dirt. Find out in this Science Trek.

Soil

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Water

Water is essential to life. You can find it everywhere. Find out why water is so important

Water

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Earthquakes

What causes an earthquake? How do scientists study them? Find out in this Science Trek.

Earthquakes

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The Earth

Find out more about where you live, the Earth, on this Science Trek episode.

The Earth

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Weather

How do meteorologist predict the weather? Find out in this Science Trek episode.

Weather

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D4K: Geology

What role do geologist play in everyday life?

D4K: Geology

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D4K: Rocks and Minerals

How do rocks change over time?

D4K: Rocks and Minerals

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