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Bell Ringer Where are volcanoes found?
I can describe different types of volcanoes.
Volcanoes form on –Land –Ocean
Where are most volcanoes located?
Ring of Fire
What is an eruption?
An eruption is an outpouring of of melted rock, ash, gases, or a combination of these.
How are lava and magma different?
Magma is inside the Earth, Once magma reaches Earth’s surface, then it is called lava. (263)
What types of volcanoes are there? How are they different?
Shield –Built by Thinner, fluid lava that spreads over a large area. The mountains have abroad base and gentle sloping sides. Look at the picture
Cinder cone volcano— –Thick lava –Thrown high into the air and falls as chunks or cinders. –Form a cone shape Narrow base Steep sides Look at the picture
Cinder cone volcano
Composite volcano –Built by layers of ash and cinders sandwiched between layers of hardened lava –Shape on side of a cone looks the same as the other.
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