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New Bay Bridge: Bridge to Classroom

New Bay Bridge: Bridge to Classroom This site provides extensive information about earthquakes -- their causes and their impact. Once you've learned enough about the sorts of preventative measures that architects must take, build your own bridge and see if it can withstand the pressures of a
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New Bay Bridge: Bridge to Classroom


This site provides extensive information about earthquakes -- their causes and their impact. Once you've learned enough about the sorts of preventative measures that architects must take, build your own bridge and see if it can withstand the pressures of a catastrophic earthquake. One section allows users to learn about new technologies used to combat these forces.

New Bay Bridge: Bridge to Classroom

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