How to Use a Landform Simulator to Study Erosion, Deposition, and Bodies of Water

January 22, 2020

Teaching your earth and environmental science students about erosion, deposition, and the effects of bodies of water on land? You could pack your bags and take a class trip to a river, valley, or ocean - or, you could stay right where you are and use a landform simulator! From rainfall and wave simulation to mountain peaks, volcanoes and meandering shorelines, landform simulators make it easy to model real-life topographic features and demonstrate the effects of weather, climate and water flow on the surrounding land and environment. In this video, we'll show you how to use a landform simulator in your classroom to study a variety of earth and environmental science topics, and how to choose the best options and features for your classroom and budget. Ward’s Science — Connecting Over 150 years of science exploration to tomorrow’s innovation.Don’t forget to subscribe and hit the bell button so you’ll always know when our newest new videos are available: https://bit.ly/38X1FPp For information on any products or services seen in this video, visit us at https://wardsci.com/ Check out Ward’s World for a never-ending stream of ideas and inspiration for making science fun: https://wardsworld.wardsci.com/ And follow us on social media for the very latest in the world of science education: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wardsci Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wardsscience/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WardsScience Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/wardsscience/

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