What if you could do something to help people who live in areas that are prone to earthquakes? You might not be able to tell them where or when an earthquake may occur, but you could possibly help minimize the impact of the deadly energy that is released in Earth’s crust. This is just what National Geographic Young Explorer Navakanesh M Batmanathan is trying to do.
5 - 8
Earth Science, Geology
Navakanesh M Batmathan helps identify places vulnerable to earthquakes to help engineers, designers, and planners make buildings to avoid or withstand earthquakes.
Photograph from Navakanesh M Batmathan
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May 20, 2022
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