Jennifer Pickering

Project Leader, Workshop Participant, Website Contributor

Project Leader

EarthScope ANGLE part of EarthScope ANGLE
Through a grant from the EarthScope Program of the National Science Foundation (NSF), ANGLE offers educator professional development workshops and helps teach student academies for the Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program (ANSEP). EarthScope ANGLE contributes to increasing Alaskan resilience to geohazards through education and the development of an action-oriented statewide learning community.

Website Content Contributions

Activities (10)

Engaging With Earthquake Hazard and Risk part of EarthScope ANGLE:Educational Materials:Activities
This introductory activity engages learners in the study of earthquake hazards and the risk these hazards pose to humans in the communities in which we live. Learners will compare three maps of Anchorage, AK, depicting spatial information related to seismic hazards to generate questions about the factors that influence shaking intensity and damage to the built environment during earthquakes.

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Workshop Participant

2019 EarthScope ANGLE Educator Workshop Participants