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Activity from the Catastrophe unit © upd8 wikid, built by cracking science This page may have been changed from the original Catastrophe Evacuate 2 Collaborate SS2 Cat’s TV highlights 1 Cat predicted the eruption on her own. 2 Collaboration (working together) made it harder for Cat and the other scientists to predict the eruption. 3 Scientists collaborate to help them solve problems. 4 All the scientists on the volcano had the same specialism as Cat. 5 Scientists with different specialisms have different skills. 6 Scientists with different specialisms have different knowledge. 7 When scientists collaborate, they agree with each other all the time. 8 Looking at data from other scientists helped Cat to spot a mistake in her own data. 9 Bringing together several different types of evidence makes the conclusion less valid. Collaboration Finish the sentences 1 Scientists collaborate to _____________________________ 2Scientists with different specialisms have different ___________ and ____________. 3 Collaboration helps scientists to collect ___________________ evidence and make _________________ conclusions. SS1 Catastrophe Evacuate 2 Collaborate True / False
Activity from the Catastrophe unit © upd8 wikid, built by cracking science This page may have been changed from the original Who does what? Catastrophe Evacuate 2 CollaborateSS3 Match the ranks of scientist with what they do. Research student Research scientist Professor Leading expert, perhaps the head of a university department made up of many research scientists and research students. Respected by scientists around the world. The person to ask about unusual or unexpected data. Beginning to develop a specialist area. Has to work their way up from the bottom. Does lots of the hard work, for example going on field trips, installing equipment, analysing raw data. Does research supported by a team of research students. Makes key decisions, for example on where to install monitoring equipment. Leads day-to-day interpretation of data. Choosing the right team Fast Response Assessment Team What skills will this team need? Which four scientists do you recommend? Which ten scientists do you recommend? Who will be the leader? Mobile Observatory Team International Support Team What skills will this team need ? Which four scientists do you recommend? What skills will this team need? SS4 Catastrophe Evacuate 2 Collaborate
Activity from the Catastrophe unit © upd8 wikid, built by cracking science This page may have been changed from the original Scientist contact list NameCountryRankSpecialism Dr. Amelia ThornboroughUKResearch scientist Dome growth Dr. Hank BushUSAResearch scientistGases Dr. Charlotte HaynesUKResearch scientistRock types Dr. James MorrisUSAResearch scientistSeismololgist Dr. Claudia BartoliItalyResearch scientistDome growth Dr. Renato NaragPhilippinesResearch scientistSeismologist Prof. Ahmet AskerTurkeyProfessorSeismologist Prof. Hans FraengerGermanyProfessorSeismologist Prof. Christine DuerUKProfessorGases Prof. Angela CutlerUKProfessorDome growth Prof. Gianlucca PaganoItalyProfessorRock types Prof. Bart TaylorUSAProfessorDome growth Jake PottsUSAResearch studentSeismologist Jo WilsonUKResearch studentSeismologist Marionna CallasSpainResearch studentSeismologist Cat GardomUKResearch studentGases Rani MarcosPhilippinesResearch studentRock types Pedro VivaldiItalyResearch studentGases Taro Gochi JapanResearch studentDome growth Kate LucusUSAResearch studentDome growth Matt FletcherUKResearch studentDome growth Catastrophe Evacuate 2 CollaborateSS5
Activity from the Catastrophe unit © upd8 wikid, built by cracking science This page may have been changed from the original Catastrophe Evacuate 2 Collaborate IMVRT collaboration guidelines SS6 Use the subheadings to write collaboration guidelines for volcanologists. Why collaborate? Good collaboration – how to do it Collaboration problems – how to avoid them Does good collaboration guarantee ‘right answers’? Why? Catastrophe Evacuate 2 Collaborate IMVRT collaboration guidelines SS6 Use the subheadings to write collaboration guidelines for volcanologists. Why collaborate? Good collaboration – how to do it Collaboration problems – how to avoid them Does good collaboration guarantee ‘right answers’? Why?
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