2010 Intern Class
As you know, SCEC-VDO can be used to visualize various geo-referenced datasets and subsurface structures of California and other earthquake-prone regions. Earth scientists and educators use the movies made using SCEC-VDO to convey important concepts about earthquakes, faults, and earthquake risk reduction. Continuing this tradition, you will develop short movies to explain some basic earthquake science concepts and to educate the audience about the complex nature of the fault systems in California.
Mini Grand Challenge: Tell the story of the 2010 SCEC all-intern field trip and major concepts related to earthquake science using SCEC-VDO and other multimedia tools.
You will divide into three teams for this assignment. Everyone will create a SCEC-VDO visualization that covers a specific topic. You must develop clear and concise narratives and metadata for each of your movies. For the showcase presentation, each team member will present and narrate one movie to a general audience. Each movie should be no longer than 90 seconds. The all-intern field trip showcase is scheduled for Friday morning, July 2nd.
Team 1: The Great California ShakeOut
Team 2: San Andreas Fault Field Trip
Team 3: Faults of Los Angeles Field Trip