Live on location at the Cambridge Science Centre, Chris Smith, Dave Ansell, Ginny Smith and guests James Jackson, an Earth Scientist, Tehnuka Ilanko, a volcanologist, and Arwen Deuss, a seismologist, pit their wits against the assembled public as they tackle the extreme Earth. Plus Dave and Ginny make a flame tornado, a volcanic crater and explain why acid rain can be so damaging...
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The tsunami which hit Japan in 2011 killed over 10,000 people and made hundreds of thousands homeless - but how did an earthquake cause it?
Dave Ansell and Ginny Smith make a flame Tornado to
explain how the weather phenomena form...
Volcanologist Tehnuka Ilanko explains what volcanic gases can tell us about Magma and answers questions from the audience...
Dave Ansell and Ginny Smith make a volcanic crater using
flour and a balloon, as well as answering questions from the
How can studying seismology help us understand and possibly
predict earthquakes and volcanoes?
Dave Ansell and Ginny Smith use cabbage juice to show what
effect carbon dioxide has on the atmosphere...