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The Name of my volcano is mount Cleveland.
Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park
52°49 ′ 24 ″ N 169°56 ′ 51 ″ W / 52.82333°N 169.9475°W / 52.82333; - 169.9475Coordinates: 52°49 ′ 24 ″ N 169°56 ′ 51 ″ W / 52.82333°N 169.9475°W / 52.82333; -169.9475 ...........Idk 52°49 ′ 24 ″ N 169°56 ′ 51 ″ W / 52.82333°N 169.9475°W / 52.82333; - 169.9475Coordinates52°49 ′ 24 ″ N 169°56 ′ 51 ″ W / 52.82333°N 169.9475°W / 52.82333; -169.9475 
Its located on the North American Plate
It is an active Stratovolcano
October 2, 2009
Tephra plume eruption
No predictor it was found by a satellite
carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, hydrochloric acid, hydrogen fluoride, hydrogen sulfide, carbon monoxide, hydrogen gas, methane, and SiF4
A lahar is a type of mudflow or landslide composed of pyroclastic material and water that flows down from a volcano.
Lava is molten rock shot out of a volcano.
Pyroclastics are chunks of igneous rock ejected from a volcano during a eruption.
Volcanic ash consists of tiny jagged pieces of rock and glass. It conducts electricity when wet and does not dissolve in water
It’s a solid material that comes out of a volcano it includes ash, rock, and cinders.
Its an opening in the crust near volcanoes and it emits steam and gasses
What the volcano gives off could cause acid rain and it also creates a ash cloud.
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