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    Volcano Is A Volcano

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    Nature’s Fury: Volcanoes Volcanoes are one of the most terrifying and spine-chilling natural calamities that is known to mankind. It is a constant reminder of the fearsome power of Mother Nature. A volcano is a mountain with an opening at its tip and contains molten rock known as lava. Volcanoes erupt when the pressure within the volcanic mountains increases. Hot gases, fragments of rock, soil are all thrown out due to the pressure. Lava and rock fragments spill over and the air fills with smoke

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    Volcanos Essay

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    of disasters and left plenty of people dead. Some volcanos even wiped out whole cities and towns. Here in the wonderful United States lies stands just about 169 active volcanos and about half of them are very threatening to the people of our country. Throughout the past couple of years, a couple of these volcanos have erupted. But it won’t be the only time they erupt. Most of them are expected to erupt sometime in the next couple decades. A volcano is an opening or rupture in the earth’s crust that

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    Volcanoes Are A Volcano

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    damage. Volcano have several different types of volcanoes, for example one of them is a cinder cone volcano which stands at 1,200 feet and has a 30-40 degree slope according to Owlcation.com. Another type of volcano is called a shield volcano which rises up to 30,000 feet in the air and

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    hazards of volcanos

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    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

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    The article Into the Volcano by Cody Crane discusses Nyiragongo which is an active and one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world. It also explains how scientists are working to prevent further damage and loss from eruption which might happen in the future. According to the article, the scientists investigate the volcano, collect the data, and determines how dangerous the eruption is. Their job was not only sitting in the lab, but they actually climb up to the volcano, and put themselves in

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    I watched a documentary on Youtube about the Super Volcano that lies beneath the oldest national park. I have always been very interested in this particular volcano because it is so close to my home in Colorado. I found this documentary to be thoroughly informative while being left extraordinarily frightening. All of those wonderful geysers, boiling mud pits, and pools of heated sulfur, all get their power by the magma chamber a mere 5 miles below the surface. This Magma chamber contains over one

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    Tambora Volcano Effects

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    after an eruption can kill people and damage property on it’s way down. Above all, volcanic eruptions can even cause long term effects on the climate by making the world colder. In 1985, a volcano named “Nevado del Ruiz” killed over 20,000 people in Tolima, Colombia.

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    covered ant the phone on the other, he said, “Yes mom, okay mom, I will mom” He ended the call and slowly lowered the phone. Everyone stared at him intently and he responded “It isn’t a drill.” It was frantic! Everyone now knew what was happening. The volcano a couple miles from here was going to erupt! Mrs. Brown managed to calm us down and tell us “Everyone make your way to the front enterance and board the buses!” Mrs. Brown was a safety first kind of person and knew all of the precautions. The halls

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    Volcano Mount Vesuvius

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    Mount Vesuvius is a volcano located in southern Italy, near the bay of Naples and the city of Naples. It is the only active volcano on the European mainland. Vesuvius rises to a height of 1277 m (4190 ft). Vesuvio (Vesuvius) is probably the most famous volcano on earth, and is one of the most dangerous. Mount Vesuvius is a strato-volcano consisting of a volcanic cone (Gran Cono) that was built within a summit caldera (Mount Somma). The Somma-Vesuvius complex has formed over the last 25,000 years

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    The Stromboli Volcano is located at Aeolian Islands, Italy reference to picture 1 page 6. Stromboli is one of the 3 active volcanoes in Italy. Its is one of the eight islands of Aeolian Islands. The name Stromboli is from the greek name Strongule which is because of the round swelling form. The coordinates are 38.79 N, 15.21 E along with the summit elevation 926 m located near the Tyrrhenian Sea. Stromboli is an island north of the Sicily and is one of the most active volcano, it is the 3rd most

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