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Climate Change

Climate change poses unprecedented challenges for social, environmental and economic developments.  By learning about natural processes and systems, we will may better understand our role in managing and responding to sensitive changes in our climate.



Themes: Climate Change, Elements of Geology, Landscape,
Countries: ireland 
Attachments: video(1) 

Movie: The Burren’s Geology and Landscape

Movie: The Burren’s Geology and Landscape

The Burren’s Geology and Landscape movie:

Themes: Climate Change, Geological Materials,
Countries: norway 
Attachments: documents(2) 

Good and bad geology: Learning Module

Good and bad geology: Learning Module

The Good and Bad Geology study module is linked to the Nordland national park centres learning program in Nordland county. The study module Good and bad geology consists several numbers of activities. The visit at the centre is supposed to be a cognitive starter for the understanding of environmentally challenges in relation to different aspects of the use of geo-recourses. After the visit the schools can keep on working with issues that came up under the module. This to make sure that the learning process in this issue will continue.

Themes: Climate Change, Elements of Geology, Natural Hazards,
Countries: iceland 
Attachments: documents(1) 

Kópasker Earthquake Centre: Learning Module

Kópasker Earthquake Centre: Learning Module

A collaboration between the Earthquake Centre at Kópasker and the Visitor Centre of Vatnajökull  National Park in Ásbyrgi, with the assistance of teacher in Öxafjarðarskóli (An elementary school in the municipality of Norðurþing)

The Earthquake Centre at Kópasker and the Visitor Centre (Gljúfrastofa) of Vatnajökull National Park in Ásbyrgi, with the assistance of teachers from Öxafjarðarskóli, have made an Earthquake educational project for Elementary Schools.

The project involves a visit to both of these Centres, with the main emphasis on earthquakes and especially on the earthquake that struck Kópasker on January 13th 1976. In addition, there will be educational information about other geological phenomena in the vicinity of Kópasker and Ásbyrgi.

The project involves a one-day visit to the two Centers. The employees at the Centers will guide the students around their exhibition, inform them about earthquakes and volcanic activities and then the pupils have to solve certain tasks. Prior to and following the visit, teachers have to prepare their students for the visit and process it when back in the class room again.

Themes: Climate Change, Elements of Geology, Natural Hazards,
Countries: iceland 
Attachments: documents(1) 

Vatnajökull National Park: Learning Module

Vatnajökull National Park: Learning Module

A collaboration between the Earthquake Centre at Kópasker and the Visitor Centre of Vatnajökull  National Park in Ásbyrgi, with the assistance of teacher in Öxafjarðarskóli (An elementary school in the municipality of Norðurþing).

The Earthquake Centre at Kópasker and the Visitor Centre (Gljúfrastofa) of Vatnajökull National Park in Ásbyrgi, with the assistance of teachers from Öxafjarðarskóli, have made an Earthquake educational project for Elementary Schools.

The project involves a visit to both of these Centres, with the main emphasis on earthquakes and especially on the earthquake that struck Kópasker on January 13th 1976. In addition, there will be educational information about other geological phenomena in the vicinity of Kópasker and Ásbyrgi.

The project involves a one-day visit to the two Centers. The employees at the Centers will guide the students around their exhibition, inform them about earthquakes and volcanic activities and then the pupils have to solve certain tasks. Prior to and following the visit, teachers have to prepare their students for the visit and process it when back in the class room again.

Themes: Climate Change, Elements of Geology, Geological Materials, Landscape,
Countries: ireland 
Attachments: images(1)  documents(1) 

Burren National Park: Geo-Education

Burren National Park: Geo-Education

At the Burren National Park, you can explore the fascinating karst environment of the Burren as you trek along the established walking routes that cross the national park.

You can also learn about all the habitats in the National Park – and appreciate the wonderful natural history that makes this part of the Burren so important to environmental and geological conservation.