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Australia seismology colleges
10 Jan 2017, 18:36
Post: #11
RE: Australia seismology colleges
(17 Aug 2016 19:04)elianasweet Wrote:  1) http://earthsci.unimelb.edu.au/
2) http://www.latrobe.edu.au/
3) http://programfinder.ballarat.edu.au/


Great source of website. Thanks
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10 Jan 2017, 18:37
Post: #12
RE: Australia seismology colleges
Most of the big Universities in Australia teach some kind of seismology in their Earth Science programs. This includes:
The Australian National University
University of Western Australia
University of Tasmania
University of Queensland...
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13 Feb 2017, 18:31
Post: #13
RE: Australia seismology colleges
(17 Aug 2016 19:04)elianasweet Wrote:  1) http://earthsci.unimelb.edu.au/
2) http://www.latrobe.edu.au/
3) http://programfinder.ballarat.edu.au/

I completely agree with you it is a very good universities, but not the best in Australia. And I think that this direction is better to go to study in the USA!
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13 Feb 2017, 18:33
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RE: Australia seismology colleges
I completely agree with you it is a very good universities, but not the best in Australia. And I think that this direction is better to go to study in the United States!
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28 Aug 2017, 23:42
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RE: Australia seismology colleges
That is so great that you give your son a chance to try something different of your familly profession)
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7 Nov 2017, 16:04
Post: #16
RE: Australia seismology colleges
(13 Oct 2017 08:38)David Wrote:  Very nice site to stumble upon. My girlfriend is a high school teacher and is intrigued by the project, although high schools most likely lack the resources, expertise and capacity to undertake similar projects (her high school at least, located in Netherlands). The AuSIS project seems to be exclusively exerted at tertiary educational institutions it seems. Perhaps a trimmed down, simplistic version could work in a high school environment, with the proper supervision and guidance. Curious if something similar has been undertaken! Good luck with the project, anyhow!

Hi David
Actually our program is run by the university but the seismometers are mostly in high schools. There are other programs around the world and there are certainly European programs out there. The data collected is often available online.

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