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An easy way to sample falling volcano ash

Discussion in 'Geography' started by AWMonteith, May 24, 2011.

  1. <font size="2">A volcanologist friend has a very good blog covering the continuing eruption of Gr&iacute;msv&ouml;tn in Iceland. </font><font size="2"></font><font size="2">The link below takes you to an explanation of an experiment for sampling volcanic ash where you live. It&rsquo;s very easy to set up (only requires sellotape, card and scissors!) and could be interesting to run in schools.</font><font size="2"></font>http://all-geo.org/volcan01010/<font size="2"></font><font size="2">How much ash will fall across the UK?</font>

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