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While it may not always seem possible, Earth is continually changing. Students gain insight into geological processes such as the formation of land, erosion, and volcanic eruptions. Other Earth processes are also investigated.
This segment answers the questions surrounding the origins of Earth. Scientists use clues from the past to help explain how Earth formed. Other topics covered include matter, minerals, and rocks. Part of the "Earth Science" series.
Plate tectonics describes the large-scale motion of large and small plates of the earth's lithosphere. As the plates slide past one another, they create friction and heat. The tension caused by the friction of heat is released either through earthquakes or volcanoes. Part of the "Earth Science" series.
Introduces students to our planet Earth and its place in the solar system. Explains that Earth's unique position makes it conducive to life. Also explains the basics of earth science, including the water cycle, weather, and continents. Short review.
Volcanoes and earthquakes! Geysers and boiling mud! Natural forces like these have been working for millions of years, changing the surface of the earth. Examines the layers of earth, a history of continental drift, plate tectonics, and other phenomena at work on our planet.
Students will learn practices for keeping the Earth healthy. The video distinguishes between unstainable and sustainable practices.
Earth has many systems and cycles that help regulate the processes needed to sustain life. These systems are susceptible to human impact. Part of the "Earth Science" series.
Part of the animated "Johan, the Young Scientist" series. Johan wonders why people don't fall off Earth if it really is round. He travels to ScienScape to find out. Professor Hoo sends Johan, Ani, and Moki to Earth to work on an experiment.
What is a seismic wave? Which of the four types is most destructive? Discover the science behind earthquakes with this animated video.
How can individuals help protect the environment? This program explores a wide variety of practical, easy-to-accomplish tasks individuals can do to make Earth a healthier place. Pollution prevention, natural resource use, and recycling are some of the key ideas highlighted.
The path the Earth takes around the sun is in just the right place. The trajectory of the Earth's orbit ensures life is able to exist, and this orbital journey influences almost everything on Earth. Part of the "Orbit: Earth's Extraordinary Journey" series.
Explains why Earth is precious and how it is being damaged. Special attention is paid to how individuals can conserve natural resources and care for the planet.
Shows the combustion of magnesium, a thermite reaction to form iron, and the chemical reactions of sodium and potassium with water.
Part of a series that features a wide variety of video footage, photographs, diagrams and colorful, animated graphics and labels. Begins with a simple definition of the term and concludes with a critical thinking question. For this particular video, students will focus on the term earth. Part of the Science Video Vocab Series.
Lab experiments show how magnesium, zinc, iron, and copper react with hydrochloric and nitric acids. Also shows the displacement of two metals from salts.
Host award-winning geoscientist, Richard Alley provides an eye-opening look at some of the world's most important case studies in smart energy. Alley travels to Spain and Morocco where large-scale solar farms and individual photovoltaic panels atop tents in the Sahara are beginning to bring the vast potential of the sun down to Earth. In Brazil, abundant natural resources are transformed into efficient, sustainable biofuel, making Brazil the only nation whose cars could keep running if all gasoline were to vanish. In Denmark, and West Texas, citizens have taken sustainability into their own hands by becoming stakeholders in wind turbines. And in China, he explores multiple sustainable energy technologies, including exclusive footage from GreenGen, the world's most advanced low-carbon emissions power generation plant. Part One Earth: The Operators’ Manual.
Earth spins around its axis at an angle of 23 degrees. This means that as Earth orbits the sun, different parts of the planet get more or less exposure to the sun. The tilt of the Earth is responsible for the seasons, climate, and weather. Part of the "Orbit: Earth's Extraordinary Journey" series.
In this segment, students learn about the process of weathering. It is the breaking down of rocks, soil, and minerals through contact with the earth's atmosphere, water, and biological organisms. Other topics covered include erosion, surface water, groundwater, wind, and waves. Part of the "Earth Science" series.
Part of being an active citizen is taking care of the environment. In this episode, students learn all about the history of the environmental movement in the United States and the origins of the holiday known as Earth Day. Part of the "Constitution Hall Pass."
April 22 is Earth Day. It is a national day to focus on the environment, and rallies are held to promote sustainable alternatives for a healthy planet. Part of the “All About the Holidays” series.
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