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Krakatoa The most deadly volcano ever Nick Cola. History of Krakatoa first recorded eruption - 1680s The most famous one happened August,27 1883 36,000.

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1 Krakatoa The most deadly volcano ever Nick Cola

2 History of Krakatoa first recorded eruption - 1680s The most famous one happened August,27 1883 36,000 people died noise from blast heard 2,200 miles away part of the ring of fire It is also one of the most dangerous Anak Krakatoa (child of Krakatoa) when done growing could be more deadly then parent

3 How Krakatoa formed Krakatoa formed by convergent boundary Convergent boundaries result in cone shaped volcanoes (which Krakatoa is) Trenches and EQ

4 Future of Krakatoa Krakatoa no longer exists Anak Krakatoa now stands in it’s place It grows at about 5 inches per a week Volcanologists say Anak Krakatoa could be more devastating then Krakatoa Anak Krakatoa erupts up to 100 times a day

5 Impact on surrounding People Anak Krakatoa is no threat to people…yet It is a popular tourist attraction The danger level on the volcano is three not to dangerous A tourist from New Haven Connecticut said she was incredibly lucky to see it Also Islands near Krakatoa have rich soil from the Volcanic ash Most people who live in Indonesia live on Java and Bali Both Islands are near Krakatoa

6 Map of Krakatoa Krakatoa

7 Force of Krakatoa Krakatoa exploded with the force of 100 megatons The tsunamis generated by the volcano were up to 131ft 163 villages were destroyed by the Tsunamis

8 Krakatoa national park Krakatoa was first protected in 1921 Krakatoa was founded as a national park in 1980. The parks area is 1,367sq km,(528 sq miles)

9 Effects of Krakatoa The ash from Krakatoa went high up in the Stratosphere The ash blocked enough sunlight to drop world temperature by several degrees The ash also made beautiful atmospheric optical effect

10 Bibliography "How Volcanoes Work - Krakatau, Indonesia." SDSU - Department of Geological Sciences. 6 May 2009 { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "ImageObject", "contentUrl": "http://images.slideplayer.com/9/2560338/slides/slide_10.jpg", "name": "Bibliography How Volcanoes Work - Krakatau, Indonesia. SDSU - Department of Geological Sciences.", "description": "6 May 2009


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