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Nearest City, Lat. And Long. Nearest city is Chapultenango. Latitude:17.360°N17°21'36"N Longitude:93.228°W93°13'40"W
What Plate? What Type? It is located on the Cocos plate. It is considered a lava dome.
Last Eruption? Type of Eruption? April 3 and April 4, This eruption type is called a caldera. a cauldron-like volcanic feature usually formed by the collapse of land following a volcanic eruption
Predictors of Eruption Prior to 1982, this relatively unknown volcano was heavily forested and of no greater height than adjacent non-volcanic peaks.
Type of Gas/Materials Emitted SO2 aerolos, anhydrite-bearing magma High-sulfur anhydrite-bearing magma, explosive eruptions, pyroclastic flows, and surges.
Climate Effects The El Chichon volcanic eruption became famous in 1982, it affected the world's climate for the following years with a cooling effect.
Other Facts Killed around 2,000 people meters tall Eruptions formed a 1-km-wide, 300-m-deep crater that contains an acidic crater lake
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Mt. Vesuvius Location: Vesuvius, Italy –40.8 N 14.4 E Elevation: 1,281 m(4,200 ft) Covers approximately 480 Km 2.
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1 Volcanoes Exploding mountains? EVERYONE But before that – a bit of revision from last week and I want EVERYONE to have a go!
Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Tsunamis. Earthquakes Fault: a break in the Earths crust. Blocks of the crust slide past each other along fault lines. When.
Volcanic Landforms. Landforms From Lava and Ash Rock and other materials formed from lava create a variety of landforms including shield volcanoes,
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It is 500,000 years old and it has an elevation of kilometres. It has the longest history of eruption. It’s about 35,000 years and it is still.
Why do we call them volcanoes? Volcanoes are named after the Roman god, Vulcan. He was the blacksmith for the Roman gods. He was a god of the underworld.
A volcano is an opening in the Earth where hot, liquid rock comes out called lava. I.E. Iceland is sitting on one of the openings.
Island Arc. What is an Island Arc? A group of volcanic islands, usually situated in a curving arch-like pattern that is convex toward the open ocean,
Tricia Abrizenski Natural Disasters Fall 2010.
Chapter 12 Section 1. What is a Volcano? Opening in the Earth (called a vent) that erupts gases, ash, and lava. –Volcanic mountains result from the build-up.
Lets Review… Copy in Notebook and Answer: –Compare and contrast magma and lava. –What plate boundaries will result in formation of a volcano?
KRAKATOA Hydro- Volcanic Explosion and Tsunami. Krakatoa Krakatoa exploded August 27, 1883 obliterated 5 square miles leaving a crater 3.5 miles across.
Open your binder to the notes section. Prepare to take notes. Head your notes and copy the standard below. Open your binder to the notes section. Prepare.
Volcanoes and their effects on Earth EQ: How do volcanoes effect Earth’s surface?
Types of Volcanoes Chapter 11 Section 2. Types of Eruptions: Quiet Explosive Determined by: –Amount of water vapor/trapped gases in the magma. –Amount.
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