Alaska Earthquakes & Tsunami Presentation
Alaska Earthquakes & Tsunami Presentation (PowerPoint 2007 (.pptx) 96.9MB May24 18)
Associated Animations: Alaska Earthquakes & Tsunami (Zip Archive 62.3MB May24 18)
A similar lecture featuring the USA's Pacific Northwest region is available from the Cascadia EarthScope Earthquake and Tsunami Education Program (CEETEP)
This resource is intended for introductory-level geoscience learners from secondary up to adult in a classroom or public lecture. However, learners would need to have some prior knowledge of earthquakes and tsunami (ex. Earthquake Basics and Tsunami Basics).
- The slides contain a variety of notes to help users know the intention of the author.
- Both animations associated with the presentation are available above in a zipped file. One animation is embedded within the PowerPoint but is also provided in the zipped file in case there are any issues. Another animation plays better outside of the PowerPoint in something like Quicktime. The logical place to do so is indicated in the pptx notes.
- Most likely in a classroom setting an instructor might break this presentation into several sections that go along with different class activities. In the upper right corner of some slides you may see some text that refers to different learner activities that are part of the ANGLE project collection. This should give the user some idea of the slides we generally associate with different activities.
Related activities are:
- Another activity to consider
Reference InformationAuthor/Developer: Robert Butler (ANGLE Project)
- Original USGS paper on Alaska 1964 Earthquake: The Alaska Earthquake of March 27, 1964: Effects on Communities
- IRIS: Glossary of earthquake & tectonics terminology
- The resource was developed as part of the EarthScope ANGLE Educator Workshops.
- Contact ANGLE with questions or comments.