Bodies of Water
What do scientists use to detect when a waterspout forms?
What things can be used to detect invisible forms of electromagnetic radiation?
Asked in Thunderstorms and Lightning, Sound Waves
Why do scientists not need to have perfect pitch in order to analyze sounds?
Asked in Science
What do scientists often do to organize and summarize their data?
Asked in Technology
How do environmental scientists use technology to track the invasive species silver carp?
What term do scientists use to describe all the different forms of life on earth?
Asked in Scientists, Archaeology
Why do scientists conduct radar surveys of archaeological sites?
Asked in Volcanoes
What are two methods scientists use to detect changes in a volcanos slope?
Asked in Astronomy, Black Holes, Astrophysics
How can you use a spectrometer to detect black holes?
Asked in Geology
By which professions was the geological time scale used by?
Asked in Scientists
What is the name of the tool scientists use to describe the age of the earth and all of its life forms?
Asked in Tornadoes
What is the term use for a tornado like column of air that draws water from the surface of an ocean or lake?
Asked in Earthquakes
how do scientists determine earthquake location and how do they use this information?
Scientists use devices called Seismographs to determine the epicenter of an earthquake. If 3 or more seismographs detect an earthquake, seismic wave activity can be measured and quantified and then cross-referenced with other data (the primary and secondary seismic waves) to determine the earthquake's location.