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Dublin Distilleries
Geographer Susan Hegarty discovers how a supply of fresh water was crucial for large and small industry in the Liberties.
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Climate Change - Trócaire
Developed specifically for schools and focuses on issues on climate change and climate justice.

Structure of the Earth Presentation
 Activities for learning about the structure of the Earth, plates, plate boundaries & continental drift.

Pangea Breakup and Continental Drift
A short video clip depicting the drift of continents.

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The Earth's Structure
Millions of years ago all the continents fitted together in one large land mass called Pangea. It eventually broke up and all the continents drifted to their present-day positions.

Collection of resources on monitoring the weather, understanding a weather forecast, measuring the weather, and remembering the weather. Classroom activities included.

Educational questions to help your class explore the Office of Public Works (OPW) flood risk maps. RTÉ Archive footage of the impact of floods in Ireland also included.

Irelands national marine mapping programme has shared their real map of Ireland, interactive shipwreck map, and information on mapping the landscape of the seabed. Supporting teacher resources included.

Geographer - Dr. Susan Hegarty
Building Ireland was a TV series broadcast on RTÉ that explored how Ireland's great building achievements came to be, and their impact on the development of Irish towns and cities.

Geography teacher, Tara Fitzharris, has created original resources (presentation and worksheets). She has also selecting some nice online digital visualisation tools for the topic of urbanisation.

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