Active Earth Monitor

Active earth monitor

oneWhat is the Active Earth Monitor?

The Active Earth Monitor is a customizable computer based earth science display designed for K-12 schools, museums, visitor centers, libraries, and universities. The Active Earth Monitor provides a way to engage audiences with earth science information without spending resources on a large exhibit. All Active Earth Monitor content can be interactive using a touch screen, mouse or trackball. The General Seisimicity content can also be displayed as rotating non-interactive content using a standard monitor.

 

 

Content can be displayed on:

 

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twoPreview LIVE content here!

Click to preview content. NOTE: Content is designed to run in a web browser set to full screen at a monitor resolution of 1280x1024. Scroll bars will be visible when using other settings.

 

 
cascadia
New Madrid Basin
General Seismicity Widescreen all content

 

threeSet up a display NOW!

Set your web browser's home page to one of the URLs listed below. Set your monitor's resolution to 1280x1024 or use the widescreen (1920x1080) URL. Open your web browser in full screen mode (e.g. iexplore -k URL). Your display is ready to run!

 

                    EarthScope

                      Cascadia

                   Basin & Range

                    New Madrid

                General Seismicity

                   Widescreen

 

 

fourCustomize  your display!

An Active Earth Monitor account allows you to customize the content that you display. You can add or delete pages, rearrange pages, and display your own custom pages.

 

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For more information contact: Patrick McQuillan at mcquillan@iris.edu

Active Earth Monitor content is created in partnership with:

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