(From http://ictisocs.blogspot.com/2011/02/keeping-eye-on-changing-earth.html)

For the ISOCS Senior Primary Class, which is investigating the Changing Earth Keep an eye on the changing Earth with these websites:


Watch the news arrive on the Earthquake Report page of this wiki


Earthquake information by Country or Region http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/world

EMSC- Latest Earthquakes in the World http://www.emsc-csem.org/#2w

Volcanos of the World http://www.volcano.si.edu/world

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Earth's Active Volcanos by Geographic Region
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You might prefer to use Twitter timelines:





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For Earthquakes:

http://twitter.com/#!/earthquake
http://twitter.com/#!/earthquakeinfo http://twitter.com/#!/EarthquakeNews

http://twitter.com/USGS







external image pic-volcano_bigger.jpg

For Volcanos:
http://twitter.com/#!/VolcanoAlert (in French) http://twitter.com/#!/eruptionsblog


For Geology in general
http://twitter.com/#!/planetgeologist






Earthquake information by Country or Region http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/world

EMSC- Latest Earthquakes in the World http://www.emsc-csem.org/#2w

Volcanos of the World http://www.volcano.si.edu/world

external image world.png

Earth's Active Volcanos by Geographic Region
external image vregion-label.gif



You might prefer to use Twitter timelines:





external image header_background_bigger.gif

For Earthquakes:

http://twitter.com/#!/earthquake
http://twitter.com/#!/earthquakeinfo http://twitter.com/#!/EarthquakeNews

http://twitter.com/USGS







external image pic-volcano_bigger.jpg

For Volcanos:
http://twitter.com/#!/VolcanoAlert (in French) http://twitter.com/#!/eruptionsblog


For Geology in general
http://twitter.com/#!/planetgeologist