undation theory (un-da'-tion). A theory proposed by Van Bemmelen (1933) that explains the structural and tectonic features of the Earth's crust by vertical upward and downward movements caused by waves that are generated by deep... more
Earth Science Week 2014 celebrates the theme "Earth's Connected Systems," emphasizing interactions among the Earth systems of land, water, air, and life.
We invite students and others to participate in research on earthquakes, coastal erosion, flooding, landslides, and other geoscientific phenomena.
Join the Earth Science Week team in encouraging everyone to explore careers in the geosciences!
Denver and Houston are kicking off local Earth Science Week celebrations this year. Will your town be next?
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Promote contests, target special days, see city celebrations, learn outdoors, explore careers and social networking, apply for award
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Order a Toolkit, access classroom activities, share Big Ideas, enter the Center
Plan an event, see upcoming events, connect with Earth science organizations
Enter contests, target special days, see city celebrations, learn outdoors, explore careers and social networking
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