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IDAHO SCIENCE JOURNAL

Football Earthquake

  • Aired: 06/17/2015
  • 04:08
  • Rating: TV-Y
Earthquakes aren’t the only things that shake the ground. Scientists can study the earth-moving power of Boise State University football fans. Reporter Joan Cartan-Hansen joins the BSU Geosciences department at a scientific tailgating party as researchers show undergraduates how seismographs work. This report originally aired on Idaho Public Television’s Science Trek program.
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BSU fans shake the ground and earthquake researchers track the movement.
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