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  • Dante's Peak: Please Stay Calm

    Science → Geology → Volcanism
    Science → Geology → Natural Hazards
    Science → Earth Science → Earthquakes
    Earth Science → Volcanoes → Composite Volcano
    The volcano erupts during a town hall meeting convened to discuss the threat of such an eruption. The residents panic and rush to leave.

  • Ice Age: Continental Drift: Scrat's Continental Crack Up

    Science → Earth Science → Layers of the Earth
    Science → Earth Science → Pangaea
    Science → Earth Science → Plate Tectonics
    Scrat places a nut on the ground, causing the Earth to split in half. He travels down the layers of the Earth and chases the nut on the Earth's core. This clip comically shows how the different continents and many of Earth's iconic structures formed.

  • TED-Ed: How Ocean Currents Work

    Science → Earth Science → Ocean Currents
    Science → Earth Science → Coriolis Effect
    Science → Oceanography → Thermohaline Circulation
    This clip illustrates ocean currents and the factors that affect them. It mentions that there are both surface currents and deep sea currents, which make up 90% of the ocean's water. It also explains how the Earth's rotation causes phenomena such as the Coriolis Effect.

  • BBC Bitesize: KS3 Chemistry: How Sedimentary Rock Forms

    Earth Science → Rocks → Sedimentary Rock
    Science → Earth Science → Weathering
    Science → Earth Science → Erosion
    The narrator explains how sedimentary rocks form: from sediment deposited in water through the process of weathering and erosion. He also explains the layers of sedimentary rock, which include sandstone, limestone, and conglomerates.

  • Malcolm in the Middle: Acceleration vs. Velocity

    Science → Astronomy → Universal Expansion
    Science → Physics → Acceleration
    Science → Physics → Velocity
    Malcolm explains to his brothers the difference between acceleration and velocity while watching TV. He explains that, at any given moment, the Earth is rotating at 1,000 MPH and traveling at almost 67,000 MPH.