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    This interactive groups Hub volcanoes resources into key science concepts and topics.

    This interactive diagram provides a selection of pathways that allow for differing approaches and starting points using our volcanoes resources. The aim is to assist educators with their planning of lessons and units of work by providing options that cover multiple science concepts and topics. Click on the labels for links to supporting articles, media and student activities.

    Acknowledgement: Background image of Mt Ruapehu erupting, courtesy of Geonet, licensed under Creative Commons 3.0.

    Auckland’s volcanoes

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    Acknowledgement: Geonet, GNS Science

    Magma and lava

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    Acknowledgement: Public domain

    Volcanic rocks

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    Acknowledgement: Peter MacMurchy

    Types of volcanoes

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    Acknowledgement: Kubais, licensed through 123RF.com

    Rotorua and Taupō volcanic region

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    Emergency planning

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    Acknowledgement: University of Waikato

    Volcanologists and their work

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    Acknowledgement: Dr Darren Gravley

    Earthquakes

    The interactive Planning pathways using earthquake resources groups Hub earthquake resources into key science concepts and topics.

    NZC level 1 and 2 resources

    These resources offer an introduction to the science behind volcanoes.

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    Acknowledgement: University of Waikato

    Related PLD

    The PLD webinar Exploring natural hazards outlines some of the science behind what is happening at plate boundaries.

     

    Rights: University of Waikato Published 25 October 2017 Size: 260 KB Referencing Hub media