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American Educational Products Geological Dynamics Stream Table

Learn how nature and human beings impact the flow and quality of the Earth's water supply.

Manufacturer:  American Educational Products HUB916

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Catalog No. S45139MF

  • Thermoplastic tray
  • Cart
  • Silica sand, 50 lb.
  • Landforms
  • Stream dividers
  • Screen
  • Sand trowel
  • Wavemaker
  • Rainmaker
  • Plotting grid
  • Student workbook



Construct lakes, rivers, and oceans in order to experiment with stream piracy, delta formation, beach erosion and many other water erosion and deposition effects.

  • Provides a working model to observe stream aging, lake formations and landform development
  • Develop process skills such as observation, prediction, measurement and hypothesizing
  • 30 in. (76.2cm) high tubular steel cart includes a nonbreakable, 67L × 24 in.W (170 × 61cm) thermoplastic tray, locking wheels and convenient under-shelf storage for accessories
  • Student workbook contains 32 pages of lesson plans with over 20 stream table investigations
  • The Wavemaker has a battery-operated oscillating drive mechanism to observe the effects of wave action on shoreline formation
  • To study how rain alters the land through erosion, the Rainmaker creates a square foot of rainfall, from sprinkle to downpour, over any part of the table
  • Plotting Grid fits over the tray at any position to enable the study of contours, stream patterns, and the effects of stream flowrates
  • Once water and sand are added, the unit is completely self-contained, portable and usable in any classroom or laboratory setting

Order Info

Stream table must be shipped via motor freight.



66 x 26 in. (167.6 x 66.04cm)
Rainmaker, plotting grid, hydro-geology stream table cart, wavemaker, stream table lab manual, 50 lb. of sand, thermoplastic tray, student workbook
26 in.
Provides a working model to observe stream aging, lake formations and landform development
6 to 12
66 in.
Hydro geology stream table