Check out this resource originally posted by INFOdocket. You can identify the nearest nuclear power plant to your current location (or to any location).  You can also add layers to the map that show historic earthquakes, fault lines, and tectonic boundaries.  It would work well as a short homework assignment or computer lab activity.  Click the “Proximity Map” link to visit the website.

Proximity Map

From the Proximity Map Web Site: Enter a location and find out how close you are to a U.S. nuclear power plant. You can also click on the Layers tab to turn on information about fault lines and historic earthquakes. Once you’ve made your map, click the Share button to link to your map or embed it on a web site.   … Read More

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