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Richard Oldham, by Gonçalo
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Richard Oldham, by Gonçalo

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In Sciences, my 7th graders were asked to present a PPt on "My Scientist". Each chose a different scientist and then their teacher of English took it one step further and asked them to do the same in …

In Sciences, my 7th graders were asked to present a PPt on "My Scientist". Each chose a different scientist and then their teacher of English took it one step further and asked them to do the same in English! Here is the result :) Richard Oldham, by Gonçalo

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  • 1. Richard Dixon Oldham Born on 31 July, 1858 Died on 15 July, 1936 British Geologist
  • 2. Richard Oldham made the first clear identification of the separate arrivals of P waves, S waves and surface waves in seismograms. Taking into account the different speed at which seismic waves propagate P and S, he concluded that the Earth has a core and this core would have a fluid zone.
  • 3. http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Dixon_Oldham Gonçalo Silva 7ºA nº5

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