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Mount St. Helen's Volcano - Mount St. Helen's Volcano Mount St. Helen's is a volcano that was more dangerous than people thought in the past. It was giving signs to the new settlers that came in, that it would erupt very soon by puffing out ash. Some ignored it and just thought of it as another mountain. The history of the eruption of Mount St. Helen's is very informative and was very damaging to land, animals, and people....   [tags: Volcano Eruption History] 1544 words
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The Mauna Loa Volcano - The Mauna Loa Volcano The Mauna Loa volcano is located in Hawaii and means "Long Mountain" in Hawaiian. It is a giant, basaltic shield volcano. It is one of the largest volcanoes and mountains in the world and has been called the "monarch of mountains". It has an estimated volume of 9,600 cubic miles and takes up half the land of Hawaii. It extends about 120 km starting from the southern tip of the island to the northern region. It is 97 km (60 miles) long, 48 km (30 miles) wide, and is 8,742 km (28,680 miles) high from the base on the sea floor to the top....   [tags: Papers] 613 words
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The Devastation a Volcano Can Create Shown in In a Volcanoes Path - The Devastation a Volcano Can Create Shown in In a Volcanoes Path The film "In a Volcanoes Path," was a good depiction of the devastation that a volcano can create. The movie also made me understand the importance of volcanologists. In studying the volcanoes maybe we can predict the next eruptions and therefore save many lives. On January 3, 1983 the most active volcano, Kileaua, that lives in Kalapana erupted in a big way. Lava was shot 1500 feet into the air releasing 100,000 gallons per minute and taking up 400,000 cubic yards each day....   [tags: Papers] 946 words
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Investigating the Rate of Lava Flows Down the Side of a Volcano - Investigating the Rate of Lava Flows Down the Side of a Volcano Aim My aim is to investigate the rate of which lava flows down the side of a volcano and what affects the rate of which it flows. Planning In this investigation there are many different variables these are; · Angle of slope · Surface of volcano · The amount of lava · The temperature of the lava · The environmental conditions · The viscosity of the lava · How far it has to flow · The force of the eruption I have decided to investigate the angle of the slope because I will be doing the investigation in a school lab....   [tags: Papers] 847 words
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Mount Tambora and the Year Without a Summer - ... Pumice stones of up to 20cm then began to fall at 8 p.m. with ash between 9 and 10 p.m. Then violent winds blew toward Sanggar between 10 and 11 p.m. Possible pyroclastic flows that buried the village of Tambora could be attributed to the winds. A tsunami of 4 meters hit Sanggar a short time before 10 p.m., indicating a sudden entry of the pyroclastic flow into the sea. The explosions could be heard as far away as 1050 km and in many places produced concussions that resembled small earthquakes (Stothers, 1984)....   [tags: Environment, Volcano ]
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Physics of Cooling Lava - On January 23rd 1973 a new volcano unexpectedly erupted in the Vestmannaeyjar archipelago, southwest of Iceland. The new volcano was a fissure 1.25 miles long and only 1100 yards from the center of town, also named Vestmannaeyjar. The new volcano was named Heimaey. The town was mostly evacuated over the next few days and the lava slowly flowed towards town and the mouth of the harbor for the next seven months. Vestmannaeyjar is the only good harbour in that part of Iceland, and was the base for a large fishing fleet that produces a significant part of Iceland’s GNP....   [tags: physics lava volcano] 853 words
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Carbon Dioxide Emissions at Mammoth Mountain, California - Carbon Dioxide Emissions at Mammoth Mountain, California According to Dr. David P. Hill and Dr. Roy R. Bailey of the United States Geological Survey, the most common geological question in Mammoth, California is Where is the volcano. Although Mammoth Mountain does not resemble the classically recognized cone-shaped volcano, the mountain experienced significant volcanic and seismic activity in the past two decades, which have brought the mountain the recognition as a potentially hazardous volcano....   [tags: Nature Volcano Essays]
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Volcanism of Long Valley, California: The Bishop Tuff Eruption - Volcanism of Long Valley, California: The Bishop Tuff Eruption The west coast of North America has been tectonically and volcanically active for billions of years. The Sierra Nevada Mountains in eastern California were born of volcanoes, and magma has been erupting in the Long Valley to the east of the mountains for over three million years (Bailey, et. al., 1989). However, the climactic eruption of the region occurred relatively recently in the region's geologic history. About 760,000 years ago, a huge explosion of magma warped the Eastern Sierra into the landscape that exists today....   [tags: Volcano American History Essays]
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Mono Basin Volcanism - Mono Basin Volcanism The last basin in the Basin and Range before the Sierra Nevada Mountain range is the Mono Basin. The Mono Basin consists of landforms such as the Mono-Inyo Craters, Black Point, Negit Island, Paoha Island, Mono Lake, Devils Punch Bowl, Panum Crater, and some others (Hamburger et al; 2004). All of these landforms were created by volcanism. Actually, the Mono Basin is in one of the most volcanically active places in the world (Forest Service; 2004). Paoha Island, Negit Island, and Panum Crater are the most recent volcanoes to erupt, which are the furthest north in the basin....   [tags: Geology Volcanoes Volcano Papers]
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Physics of Volcanoes - Volcanoes are one of natures most interesting and dangerous phenomenons. The way volcanoes operate can be understood, on a basic level, by just some simple physics and chemistry, this paper will investigate and explain some of the basic physics that govern the behavior of volcanoes. Magma is composed of three main components * viscous silicate melt * crystals * volatiles (gases) The way that these three components interact is one of the main focuses of petrologists and volcanologists....   [tags: physics volcano volcanic eruption]
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Volcanoes - Volcanoes This paper will define and discuss the volcano to include: types of volcanoes, formation of a volcano, and elements of a volcano; such as, lava, rock fragments, and gas. This paper also tells a little bit about volcanic activity in different parts of the world. What is a volcano. A volcano is a vent in the earth from which molten rock and gas erupt. The molten rock that erupts from the volcano forms a hill or mountain around the vent. The lava may flow out as a viscous liquid or it may explode from the vent as solid or liquid particles....   [tags: Volcano Nature Lava Eruption Essays]
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The 1886 Mount Tarawera Eruption - In this essay I will tell you about the 1886 Tarawera Eruption. More specifically I will tell you about the effects the 1886 eruption had on the natural environment and ton the local communities of the region. 10th of June 1886, soon after midnight. Mt Tarawera light up like fireworks. BOOM. Molten rock came flying out of the crater, with a cloud of ash rising 9.5km into the sky. People as far as Blenheim could hear the thunder like noises but had no idea what it could be. Although the people of Rotorua knew exactly what was happening Mount Tarawera was erupting....   [tags: volcano, Mount Tarawera] 668 words
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Mt. Tarawera Eruption 1886 - Mt. Tarawera Eruption 1886 In this essay I will tell you about the 1886 Tarawera Eruption. More specially I will tell you about the effects had on the natural environment and the effects it had on the local communities caused by the 1886 eruption. 10th of June soon after midnight. Mt Tarawera light up like fireworks. BOOM. Molten rock cam flying out of the crater. People as far as Blenheim could hear this thunder like noises but had no idea what it could be. Although the people of Rotorua knew exactly what has happening Mount Tarawera was erupting....   [tags: new zealand, volcano] 552 words
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hazards of volcanos - Volcanoe's Parts Sill Flank Summit Dike Conduit Resevoir Vent Throat Crater Base Lava Hazards Gas - Sulfur Dioxide gas creates air pollution that irritates skin, nose, throat, and eyes - Carbon Dioxide is so concentrated that it kills animals and humans - Acid rain that some times takes the form of Hydrochloric acid Lahars - hot or cold mixture of water and rock fragments, often resembles a flow of concrete - hundreds of meters wide, tens of meters deep - flows at several tens of meters a second (too fast to outrun) Landslides - large rocks or debris falling rapidly downhill - if the landslide contains enough water it will transform into a Lahar Lava flows - lava thats errupted during non explosive periods - can travel up to 10 km / hour - can result in lahars Pyroclastic Flows - high density mixtures of hot, dry rock fragments and hot gases that move at high speeds - can result from non explosive or explosive periods of the volcano's history - can result in lahars Tephra - gas clouds that are carried several hundreds of kilometers from the vent - can disrupt machinery and lives very far away from the volcanoe Parts Sill Flank Summit Dike Conduit Resevoir Vent Throat Crater Base Lava Hazards Gas - Sulfur Dioxide gas creates air pollution that irritates skin, nose, throat, and eyes - Carbon Dioxide is so concentrated that it kills animals and humans - Acid rain that some times takes the form of Hydrochloric acid Lahars - hot or cold mixture of water and rock fragments, often resembles a flow of concrete - hundreds of meters wide, tens of meters deep - flows at several tens of meters a second (too fast to outrun) Landslides - large rocks or debris falling rapidly downhill - if the landslide contains enough water it will transform into a Lahar Lava flows - lava thats errupted during non explosive periods - can travel up to 10 km / hour - can result in lahars Pyroclastic Flows - high density mixtures of hot, dry rock fragments and hot gases that move at high speeds - can result from non explosive or explosive periods of the volcano's history - can result in lahars Tephra - gas clouds that are carried several hundreds of kilometers from the vent - can disrupt machinery and lives very far away from the volcanoe source : http://volcano.und.nodak.edu/vwdocs/vw_hyperexchange/parts.html ....   [tags: essays research papers] 369 words
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Science of Volcanic Activity Prediction - Science of Volcanic Activity Prediction Since the dawn of history, volcanoes have been an awe inspiring feature of the earth that has frightened and intrigued mankind. Volcanoes have taken the lives of over 250,000 people in the last three hundred years and changed the lives of millions of others, but up until recently humans have had very little understanding of the volcanic processes that presage an eruption. The advent and implementation of new technologies and scientific methods has allowed us to begin to comprehend the inner workings of one of nature's most powerful forces....   [tags: Nature Volcanoe Volcanoes Papers]
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Bums - Bums are cool dfsjhfajks hthalksjhaf jkshf sldjfhajeklrh tja hsjdfhajrhl jhsdfjashjhwreuisdhjcsbdr awejfhsadhr wsfhfajrej fsudyfjweb hcvszlhjwerhf jsnf Viewing an erupting volcano is a memorable experience; one that has inspired fear, superstition, worship, curiosity, and fascination throughout the history of mankind. The active Hawaiian volcanoes have received special attention worldwide because of their frequent spectacular eruptions, which can be viewed and studied with a relative ease and safety....   [tags: essays research papers] 1348 words
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Volcanoes - Volcanoes Volcanoes are holes or vents in the Earth’s crust, created when molten hot magma under the crust of the Earth is forced upward to the surface. Magma collects in a chamber beneath the crust, pressure builds up and forces it up through cracks or fissure and a conduit to the surface is created. Hot gases try to escape but are trapped in the magma. The surface of the Earth begins to bulge until the pressure can no longer be contained....   [tags: Papers] 373 words
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Volcanoes - Volcanoes Volcanoes are natural phenomena which are on the Earth’s surface through which molten rock and gases escape from below the surface (Tarbuck, 139). These volcanoes are very interesting to observe and to study because of their amazing occurrences and majestic lava eruptions. Volcanoes have been studied ever since the beginning of mankind and the word “volcano” is thought to be derived from Vulcano, a volcanic island in the Aeolian Islands of Italy whose name in turn originates from Vulcan, the name of a god of fire in Roman mythology....   [tags: Natural Disasters ]
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Last Fortune - The sunset over ‘Pacaya Volcano’ in Guatamala can simply be described as mesmerizing. I am entranced by the way the sunset is relaxing over the volcano. The aura is a prism spectrum with blended edges of streaking colour. The volcano did not mind that the sunset was relaxing on it; instead, it is peaceful, exuding from the volcano is infectious as I also feel it. I am filled with joy because the volcano is finally peaceful. It was not always like this, there was a period of turbulence, those dark years are forever etched in my memory....   [tags: Creative Writing Essays] 749 words
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Volcanoes - Volcanoes Volcanoes are one of the most destructive yet fascinating geological land forms in our natural environment. They consist of a fissure in the earth's crust above which a cone of volcanic material has accumulated. The cone is formed by the deposition of molten or solid matter that flows from the interior of the earth through an indented vent, called a crater, which is found at the top of the cone. In this report I will discuss different states of volcanic activity, different forms of volcanoes and their properties and locations....   [tags: Papers] 508 words
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The Range of Physical Phenomena that are Associated with Volcanic Hazards - The Range of Physical Phenomena that are Associated with Volcanic Hazards Volcanic eruptions bring with them a large range of hazards. This report will describe the different range of hazards associated with volcanic activity and discus possible ways that hazards can be avoided. A volcanic eruption can, force people to leave their homes, damage sources of water, destroy homes and farms, restrict travel and kill. Pyroclastic flow is a flow of volcanic rock, and the most devastating effect of an explosive eruption....   [tags: Papers] 816 words
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Volcanoes - A Look Into Volcanoes I. Introduction Volcano: defined is a mountain or hill formed by the accumulation of materials erupted through one or more openings (called volcanic vents) in the earth's surface. The term volcano can also refer to the vents themselves. Most volcanoes have steep sides, but some can be gently sloping mountains or even flat tablelands, plateaus, or plains. The volcanoes above sea level are the best known, but the vast majority of the world's volcanoes lie beneath the sea, formed along the global oceanic ridge systems that crisscross the deep ocean floor....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Myths of Volcanoes - Myths and legends are everywhere. There are legends of people from long ago, myths of ancient Greeks. There are myths and legends of almost everything, including volcanoes. Myths of their creation, of why they erupt. Myths and legends of various gods controlling their own volcanoes. There is a story for almost every volcano. The amount of legends and myths concerning volcanoes is quite extensive, ranging from Hephaestus to Vulcan and everything in between. It's very interesting to know what people thought of volcanoes when the myths were made; myths about volcano are as captivating as other myths....   [tags: Myths] 991 words
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Mount Etna in Italy - ... The longest eruption began in 1979 which lasted for 13 years. (Mount Etna Volcano) The eruptions of Mount Etna undergo fluctuations in time. The fluctuations represent stages of cycle on a scale of decades and centuries. (Behncke, B., Neri, M., 2003) Since the eruption in 1865, with four complete cycles, recurrent patterns are strong evidences and a fifth cycle began in 1993. There are three phases in each cycle. It begins with low-level activity and continuous summit activity and a series of flank eruption are following....   [tags: Geography ]
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A Destructive Plate Margin and Constructive Plate Margin - A Destructive Plate Margin and Constructive Plate Margin These are the plates and were they meet Were the arrows are pushing against each other this is called a DESTRUCTIVE PLATE MARGIN here a oceanic plate and a lighter continental plate push against each other the oceanic being heavier is pushed down into the mantle and melted down then the magma finds a crack or hole and pushes the magma above the ground to form a volcano. Where the plates are pulling away from each other this is called a CONSTRUCTIVE PLATE MARGIN here an oceanic and a continental plate pull apart from each other....   [tags: Papers] 365 words
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Types of Volcanoes Present on Earth - Types of Volcanoes Present on Earth Volcanoes get their name from the Greek word Vulcano. "To the ancient Greeks, Vulcano was Hiera Hephaistou…to the ancient Romans it was the home of the forges of Vulcan; to both Vulcano was the lair of the god of fire" (Bullard 1984). Since then the myths have all gone but the name Vulcano has remained as the symbol for all volcanoes. "A volcano is both the place and opening from which molten rock, solid rock or gas issues from a planetary interior" (Scarth 1994)....   [tags: Papers] 882 words
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The Hazards of Volcanic Eruptions - The relevance of time and location can play a huge role towards the levels of hazards and consequences that occur when related to a volcanic eruption. Within this essay I will consider all contributory factors that may influence the processes which take place. Contrasting several volcanoes with specific differences, in both LEDC’s and MEDC’s will give a vivid and overall representation of the variation involved in volcanic processes. A hazard can best be defined as a 'situation that poses a level of threat to life, health, property or the environment.' The overall impact of volcanoes as a natural hazard varies greatly from one place and timeframe to another....   [tags: volcanoes, natural disasters, ] 1609 words
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Mt. Rainier - Mt. Rainier The first time I saw Mt. Rainier for myself, was last summer when my boyfriend and I drove to Washington. It was the most beautiful, peaceful looking mountain I have ever seen. However, underneath it's great beauty, it hides a deadly secret. Mt. Rainier is one of the most dangerous volcanoes that we have here in the United States. One of the reasons it is so dangerous is because of it's great beauty. People enjoy looking at it, and the area that surrounds it, so they have made their homes here....   [tags: Internet Web Volcanoes Essays]
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The Dark Side of the Earth - The Dark Side of the Earth Harry Truman was a cranky, unpleasant man. He was a man who that loved his sixteen cats and his daily bourbon and coke. No, this wasn’t the President of the United States you might be thinking of. Harry Truman was an 83 year-old man who had lived at the bottom of Mt. St. Helens for nearly fifty-five years (Fire Mountain: The Eruption of Mt. St. Helens). He owned Mt. St. Helens lodge, near Spirit Lake. He never believed what anyone told him about his mountain. Even with the warnings as well as earthquakes, the only precaution he took was moving his bed to his basement....   [tags: Personal Narratives Mount St. Helens Essays] 6723 words
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Mt.Vesuvius and its 79 AD Eruption - Volcano: A hill or mountain formed around and above a vent by accumulations of erupted materials, such as ash, pumice, cinders or lava-flow. The term refers both to the vent itself and to the often cone-shaped accumulation above it. (Scarth, 1994.) This definition can do Mt. Vesuvius no justice. Instead, I would describe it as one of the most hellish and population decimating volcanoes. Vesuvius lives…or lived. In its prime, Vesuvius covered and demolished two of Italy’s biggest cultural and artistic cities of its time....   [tags: essays research papers] 1667 words
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Mount St. Helen - Mount St. Helen Mount St. Helens Location: Washington, United States Latitude: 46.20 N Longitude: 122.18 W height: 2,549 meters or 8,364 feet - 9,677 feet before May 18, 1980 Type: Stratovolcano Number of eruptions in past 200 years: 2-3 Latest Eruptions: Between 1660-1700, around 1800-1802, 1831, 1835, 1842-1844, 1847-1854, 1857, 1980-. Present thermal activity: strong steaming Nickname: Mount Fuji of the West Remarks: continuous intermittent activity since 1980 with occasional eruptions of steam and ash; occasional pyroclastic flows; intermittent dome forming....   [tags: Papers] 2221 words
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The History of the Earth - The History of the Earth History has shown that the Earth's surface can change, and just as fast, as our lives can change with it. In an instant our planet can be violent and out of control creating and destroying life and land. There is not a single day that the earth goes silently without effecting lives in a positive or negative way. The rich ash from a volcano can produce mass crops for a farmer, but in most cases it leads to mass clean up for an entire culture. Humankind has a natural instinct to adapt to our environment, and that's just what we do in every case where Earth has left us no choice....   [tags: Papers] 557 words
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Volcanic Activity at Yellowstone - Yellowstone is a national park covering 3,468 square miles in Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana and it is elevated 8,000 feet from the ground on a plateau. But is there still present volcanic hazard in Yellowstone. The park is covered with over 10,000 geysers, hot springs, mud pots, and travertine terraces, perhaps caused by a ?hot spot. that it overlies. A violent history suggests equally as devastating future volcanic activity, underground forces are causing the landscape to change and geysers to become more active....   [tags: essays research papers] 460 words
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Will the World Really End in 2012? - December 21, 2012: This date has many people wondering why scientists and researchers assume the world will come to an end. Generally, everyone is captivated on the concept of the world’s execution. Hollywood even created a film based on 2012. But is the world really going to come to an end. Are we really going to die because of some calendar that is almost done. Is a giant flare from the sun going burn us all, or an enormous volcanic eruption from a super volcano going to destroy the earth. Considering how we were to have a meltdown in 2000, it is unlikely the world will end....   [tags: 2012, world ending,]
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Big Island Air Flight 58 Crash - On the 25th of September 1999, Big Island Air Flight 58 Piper Chieftain, crashed on a slope of the Mauna Loa Volcano in Hawaii at approximately 5:30pm. All nine of the passengers on board and the pilot were killed in the crash. The impact sustained by the airplane and the fire that followed the impact completely destroyed the airplane. Big Island Air Flight 58 was operating under CFR Part 135 air taxi operations providing sight seeing tours to tourists and locals. The Piper Chieftain had departed from Keahole – Kona International Airport, Kona Hawaii (KOA) at around 4:22pm....   [tags: Aviation] 1272 words
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The 1815 Eruption of Mount Tambora - ... The region of Indonesia is underlain by a thin and weak lithosphere, which has been identified by upper mantle velocities and heat flow observations. However, the lower mantle beneath Indonesia is characterized by high velocity, which suggests the accumulation of subducted lithosphere (shifting of plates beneath each other). The character of the lithosphere has been identified as a major influence on volcanic eruptions that have plagued Indonesia9. Coupled with repeated collisions at subduction zones and characteristics of nearby tectonic plates, one can imagine the destructive potential of an erupting volcano....   [tags: Plate Tectonics ] 2292 words
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The Demise of Pompeii - Pompeii, a Roman city with a population of about 20,000, was annihilated by Mount Vesuvius on August 26, 79 AD. It wasn’t until 1595, when artifacts from Pompeii were excavated. Centuries of raiding and looting then followed. In the mid-nineteenth century, archaeological excavations began, revealing to the modern world the way the people lived (and died) in 79 A.D. The eruption of Mount Vesuvius was, in fact, the downfall of the ancient city, Pompeii, but people today still wonder how it all happened, and how it all began....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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The Geological Event of Volcanic Eruptions and the Disasters they Cause - The Geological Event of Volcanic Eruptions and the Disasters they Cause In this report I plan to discuss the geological event of volcanic eruptions and the disasters they cause. To me, this is a fascinating topic and timely seeing how the 19th anniversary of the eruption of Mt. St. Helens is upon us. I hope to inform people of the mass destruction that is caused by the eruption of a volcano. The scope of my report will be limited to: 1) describing what comes out of a volcano, 2) explaining the seven different types of volcanoes, 3) explaining the five types of volcanic eruptions, and 4) explaining the disasters they can cause people....   [tags: Papers] 2029 words
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Geology of Mars - Geology of Mars Mars is the planet that is the closest geologically to our own. Still we know little about the planet. All the information that we have is from what we see. We can speculate about the geology of the planet but we will never know for sure what the planet is really made of until we physicallygo there. The information is all from NASA sites or NASA related sites. Mars' red color leads us to believe that the planet has large amounts of iron. This red color is the only color that is on the surface besides the poles....   [tags: Papers] 1201 words
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The Philippines Famous Landforms - Philippines’ famous landforms The Philippines famous landforms are many and include the famed Chocolate Hills in Bohol , the famous rice terraces in Benguit, the Maria Cristina Water Falls (this is one of Philippines famous landforms and is know to be one of the world’s highest water falls) in Mindanao and of course the Palawan Underground River. One of the best known Philippines famous landforms are the Chocolate Hills in Bohol. The Chocolate Hills are a unique geological landform located in Bohol, Philippines....   [tags: tourism, geology] 590 words
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Volcanoes - Affects of Volcanoes The plates which are about 20 miles thick, make up the earth's crust and are a chief cause of volcanic activity. These plates are always in motion. They move very slowly, however some at times bump in to each other. These movements put a lot of pressure on the surface rock. Volcanoes obtain their energies from such movement and pressure. Volcanoes form at the boundaries of these plate where two types of movement occurs, two plates will collide with each other or the plates will move apart from each other....   [tags: essays research papers] 883 words
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The Hunger of Mount Pinatubo - The Hunger of Mount Pinatubo Sleeping peacefully for centuries uncounted, Mount Pinatubo, last year, woke up from a cursed nightmare. The gentle thundering and rumbling of the volcano's hunger to explode, frightened farmers, who grew their crops on the mountain's curves, the scientists and volcano experts, who studied day and night, to come up with a possible solution, and of course, the many thousands who lived in the valleys and on the lowland, surrounding Mount Pinatubo....   [tags: Papers] 1256 words
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Orting, Washington - The town of Orting is built in the valley of Mount Rainer in western Washington. Located 30 miles from the volcano, Orting is built upon deposits of 500 year old lahar erupted from the volcano. Mount Rainier is an active stratovolcano of andesitic rock, located along the convergent plate boundary where the North American Plate and the Pacific Plate meet. Mount Rainier is the most prominent mountain in the contiguous United States and is approximately 500,000 years old (The Cardinal). Although Mount Rainier is considered to be an active volcano because of its lahar flow, it is currently in resting state....   [tags: Research Summary]
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Kilauea and the Volcanism of the Hawaiian Islands - ... J. L., E. Pilger, L. P. Flynn, H. Garbeil, P. J. Mouginis-Mark, J. Kauahikaua, and C. Thornber. 2001). Volcanic composition of lava on the Kilauea shield have changed over time and been studied for their evolutionary changes. Early phases of volcanism showed alkalic lavas with a garnet-phlogopite-sulfide periodite assembly. Over time it has changed and become strongly alkalic with increasing incompatible components but decreasing amounts of silicon dioxide, magnesium oxides, and aluminum oxides (Sisson, T....   [tags: Geology ]
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Natural Disaster - ... “A natural process only becomes a natural hazard when the risk of human loss is presented.” (Page 2) An earthquake is “a sudden shake of the Earth's crust caused by the tectonic plates colliding.” (Page 2) The vibrations may vary in magnitude. “The underground point of origin of the earthquake is called the focus. The point directly above the focus on the surface is called the epicenter.”(Page 3) Earthquakes by themselves rarely kill people or wildlife. “It is usually the secondary events that they trigger, such as building collapse, fires, tsunamis and volcanoes, that are actually the human disaster.” (Page 5) Earthquakes may last only a few seconds or may continue for up to several minutes....   [tags: Earthquakes, Tornados, Flood] 818 words
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A Rational Demonstration of Irrational Thought - Voltaire's work Candide is an absurd, irrational story that takes the reader to almost every part of the world in a critical analysis of enlightenment thought. Readers may view Candide as a work that encompasses enlightenment thought. On the contrary however, Candide is indeed a correction and criticism of popular enlightenment ideals. Mainly, Voltaire focuses on the irrationality of the "best of all worlds" philosophy and in the end, concludes that there will never be a utopia on earth. Through an analysis of Pangloss and Eldorado, this will be demonstrated....   [tags: European Literature] 477 words
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