# SSAC Geologic Hazards Modules

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## Quantitative Concepts

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# Quantitative Concepts Show all Quantitative Concepts

- Gathering data 3 matches
- Creating equations; text-to-math translation 1 match
- Uncertainty 1 match
- Visual display of data 1 match
- Descriptive statistics; trend lines 1 match

## Measurement; Data presentation and analysis; Probability

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How often do earthquakes occur? part of Examples

Tom Juster, University of South Florida

Students use spreadsheet tables and charts to explore the relationship between earthquake magnitude and frequency.

Excel Skills: Graphs and Charts:XY Scatterplot:Log Scale, Graphs and Charts:XY Scatterplot, Graphs and Charts, :XY Scatterplot:Trendlines, Basic Arithmetic:Simple Formulas, Graphs and Charts:XY Scatterplot:Multiple Plots, Basic Arithmetic, :Arithmetic Functions:SUM, Other Elementary Math Functions:EXP, LOG, LOG10

Subject: Earth & Space Science:Geology, Geology:Earthquakes & Volcanoes, Earth & Space Science, , Earth & Space Science:Geology:Plate Tectonics, Environmental Science, Physics:Oscillations & Waves, Environmental Science:Natural Hazards

Tale of Two Cities (and two hurricanes): New Orleans part of Examples

Tom Juster, University of South Florida

Students use spreadsheets to analyze the reasons why New Orleans has subsided in the past 250 years.

Excel Skills: Basic Arithmetic:Simple Formulas, Percent (format), Arithmetic Functions:SUM, Basic Arithmetic

Subject: Earth & Space Science:Ground & Surface Water, Processes that Shape Earth's Surface, Earth & Space Science, :Atmospheric & Climate Science:Climate Change

Introduction to Hazard and Risk: Part 2 part of Examples

Tom Juster, University of South Florida

Students continue their introduction to Excel by building spreadsheets that estimate the risk of a major earthquake along the Cascadia Subduction Zone to Benton County, Oregon.

Excel Skills: Basic Arithmetic:Simple Formulas

Subject: Earth & Space Science:Geology:Plate Tectonics, Earth & Space Science,

Tale of Two Cities (and two hurricanes): Miami part of Examples

Tom Juster, University of South Florida

Students use a spreadsheet to compute the hypothetical risk of an Andrew-like hurricane to downtown Miami.

Excel Skills: Statistical Functions:One array, One array:MAX, MIN, etc, Statistical Functions, Basic Arithmetic:Percent (format), Basic Arithmetic, Statistical Functions:One array:AVERAGE, Basic Arithmetic:Simple Formulas, Arithmetic Functions, Statistical Functions:One array:COUNT, COUNTA, Basic Arithmetic:Arithmetic Functions:SUM

Subject: Earth & Space Science