This video clip shows the effect of using high-pressure laboratory deformation tests on granodiorite in a rock deformation laboratory.
This resource includes two powerpoints about sedimentary grains. One illustrates particle size, shape and sorting and environments of deposition. The other provides a set of questions based on photographs of different sedimentary rocks and a range of sand grain samples.
These are fully accessible trails around the University of Liverpool. The aim is to introduce the rocks and man-made materials used in the buildings and paving around the campus. There are seven different self-led trails to choose from. Allow an hour to complete each trail. You may need to get close to the buildings so …
A set of 3 Powerpoints explaining how to use and read some basic sedimentary diagrams and plots.
This game activity on folds was designed to help Advanced level students to learn the fold nomenclature appropriate to the A level syllabus.
This is a rock revision exercise.
Making acetate peels is a useful laboratory technique to make a replica of an etched rock surface on a plastic film.
This video considers when we might hit the limit agreed in the Paris Climate Change Agreement, 2016.
This video considers how much carbon dioxide has been added to the atmosphere during your lifetime.
This video looks at how the very small can have a huge impact on one of the most important things on Earth… the climate.
This video explains the science behind carbon emissions and surface warming.
Interactive activity modelling volcanoes with jelly.