Educator Guide: Kilauea Curiosities
About this guide
Recent eruptions at Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano have given scientists a front-row seat to the volcanic processes that power the planet. Use this guide to introduce students to Kilauea and its explosive nature. Students will find out what scientists have learned from Kilauea — including lessons from chemistry, physics, earth science and biology — and will explore the tools scientists use to monitor volcanoes more generally.
This Guide Includes:
Explore volcanic eruptions, and their devastating aftermath
Volcanoes, erupting now?
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