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Earthquakes

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Season 12 (4-19-2011)

Full Show: Every 30 seconds, somewhere in the world the ground shakes. Most earthquakes are too tiny to be felt, but some can be devastating. Why do earthquakes happen? What should you do if the earth shakes? Can we predict when they will happen? Geoscience professors Dave Rodgers (Idaho State University) and Kasper van Wijk (Boise State University) offer some earth-shaking insights.

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Video Short: What causes an earthquake? How do scientists study them? Find out more about earthquakes in this video short.

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Web Extra: Geoscience professors Dave Rodgers (Idaho State University) and Kasper van Wijk (Boise State University) answer more questions about earthquakes.

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