Are there volcanoes in Austria?
Austria has no active volcanoes. There are, however, extinct volcanoes. Also Austria is not Australia.
Australia has a volcano and it is called Big Ben, but these are not the same countries and they are located on different sides of the planet.
Australia has a volcano and it is called Big Ben, but these are not the same countries and they are located on different sides of the planet.
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Volcanoes are located in many places on Earth. Many of them are found around the Ring of Fire which follows the rim of the Pacific Ocean in a huge subduction zone created by plate subduction. Rift volcanoes are at the heart of the mid-oceanic rifts, divergent plate boundaries where new oceanic crust… is created. Volcanoes occur also at 'hot spots', such as the Hawaiian Island Chain, where hot material melts through the crust in intraplate volcanism. (MORE)
A volcano is an opening in Earth's crust molten rock and another materials escape onto Earth's surface.
A volcano spews out lava that has been forced through the Earth's crust. It can kill hundreds of people.uh oh sucks to be them!!!!:(
A volcano is : . An opening in the Earth's crust from which lava, ash, and hot gases flow or are ejected during an eruption. . A usually cone-shaped mountain formed by the materials issuing from such an opening. Volcanoes are surficial manifestations of thermal processes occurring inside the Ear…th. They are basically vents out of which solid, liquid or gaseous material is spewed. Solid or semi-solid pyroclastic material includes blocks, bombs, lapilli and ash. Liquid material is usually viscous molten rock, or lava. Superheated gases that are ejected can mix with suspended particles to form a fast-moving "glowing cloud" or nuÃ©e ardente . Types of Volcanic Structures Volcanoes are usually associated with plate boundaries but can also occur within the interior areas of a tectonic plate. Their shape is directly related to the type of magma that flows from them-the more viscous the magma, the steeper the sides of the volcano. A volcano composed of gently sloping sheets of basaltic lava from successive volcanic eruptions is called a shield volcano . The lava flows associated with shield volcanos, such as Mauna Loa, on Hawaii, are very fluid. A volcano composed of steep, alternating layers of lava and pyroclastic materials, including ash, is called a stratovolcano . Stratovolcanos are associated with relatively viscous lava and with explosive eruptions. They are the most common form of large continental volcanos. Mount Vesuvius, Mount Fuji, and Mount St. Helens are stratovolcanos. A volcano is an opening in the crust of the Earth through which molten rock and gases from the interior of the Earth reach the surface. The definition of volcano can include the mountain like structures that may be created from the material ejected at the volcano. Volcanoes can be created by the melting of rock at divergent and convergent plate margins, and from decompression melting at hot spots in the mantle, such as the one under the Hawaiian Islands. A volcano is an opening, or rupture, in a planet's surface or crust , which allows hot, molten rock, ash, and gases to escape from below the surface. Volcanic activity involving the extrusion of rock tends to form mountains or features like mountains over a period of time. Volcanoes are generally found where tectonic plates are diverging or converging . A mid-oceanic ridge , for example the Mid-Atlantic Ridge , has examples of volcanoes caused by " divergent tectonic plates " pulling apart; the Pacific Ring of Fire has examples of volcanoes caused by " convergent tectonic plates " coming together. By contrast, volcanoes are usually not created where two tectonic plates slide past one another. Volcanoes can also form where there is stretching and thinning of the Earth's crust (called "non-hotspot intraplate volcanism"), such as in the African Rift Valley , the Wells Gray-Clearwater volcanic field and the Rio Grande Rift in North America and the European Rhine Graben with its Eifel volcanoes. Volcanoes can be caused by " mantle plumes ". These so-called " hotspots " , for example at Hawaii , can occur far from plate boundaries. Hotspot volcanoes are also found elsewhere in the solar system , especially on rocky planets and moons. (MORE)
Well, if volcanoes didn't exist, neither would the earth. Since volcanoes helped build the earth.
The most common export goods are machinery, goods in progress, food and luxury articles... One of the most important export goods of Austria is wine!
Austria was annexed by Nazi Germany in 1938 in the Anschluss Osterreiches (the Connection of Austria). Austria did not regain full sovereignty until 1955.
Annexation of Austria was the merge of Austria into Nazi Germany OnMarch 12, 1938, Nazi parties from Austria and Germany werecollaboratively involved in the Annexation of Austria.
volcanoes spit out magma which creates more earth and there is more room for the volcano to get bigger
Peachy keen. Hello my name is markus and i am from asutria. Studying in austria is really great. loats of fun and cool people. I donÂ´t know in what degree you are interested of. I can recommend you www.easydegree.at - their are information to all degrees in austria available - provided you can …speak a little german:) (MORE)
according to wikkipedia Austria is known for its music (Mozart) and also for its architecture (castles,cemetaries)
Austria has numerous different types of wildlife that are native tothe land. There are multiple different deer, the ibex, wild boars,and the chamois.
\n. \n. \nYes it is, Austria also belongs to the "First World", in other terms.
people in austria wear normal things like people in other countries like the USA or England
In the Tirol a traditional dish is Tiroler Grostel, which is a fried potato dish with various cubes of meat (usually bacon, sausage and beef). This is sometimes served with a fried egg on top.
The ancient Celts settled the area now known as Austria and much of Europe, during the Bronze and Iron Age or there abouts. In the 700's Charlemagne came to rule the region. Austria became a republic in 1918 at the close of WWI.
An old tradition of one week continuous prayer for the dead and deceased around Allerheiligen (1st November) and Allerseelen (2nd November). Not sure if it is still practised, at least in the area I grew up (Upper Austria) it hasn't been practised for quite a while, as my grand parents told me about… doing it when they were young. (MORE)
make lava and destroy things Volcanos can also create lots and lots of ash, and lava and rocks. It can erupt and destroy thousands andeven millions of homes and people. Volcanos are very dangerous. Scientist can also measure some kind of waves and predict when it will erupt, but they are not alwa…ys right. Like if they are right they will evacuate the area/village around it and volcanos can be small or large sized eruptions! --Genius [= (MORE)
\nLeader of the government is the Federel Chancellor, at the moment Werner Faymann, decided by the party winning the parliamentary elections. Above him there is still the President with mostly representative tasks and not that much power. Austria's President is Dr. Heinz Fischer.
The Earth has volcanoes as a method of cooling itself off. Thesevolcanoes act as vents that release molten material and hot air.
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There are six main types of volcanoes. Cinder cone, caldera, composite, shield, submarine and lava dome volcano. Basically though, a volcano forms when either a continental plate or oceanic plate subducts under another plate where, due to extreme temperaratures the rock melts. This forms cracks in… the plate. Magma will forces its way up through cracks in the earths crust. When it reaches the surface it builds up slowly. when the volcano erupts ash, magma and debris fall around the volcanoes cone. these eruptions will slowly build up the volcano. (MORE)
The feast of St. Nicholas marks the beginning of Christmas in Austria.The saint accompanied by devil ask children for a list of their good and bad deeds. good children are given sweets,toys and nuts. Gifts that are placed under the tree are opened after dinner on Christmas Eve. Brass instruments pla…y chorale music room church steeples,and carol singers,carrying blazing torches and a manger from house to house,gather on the church steps. (MORE)
There are many different ways to do so, depending on the situation:\nIn formal situations you might say "GrÃ¼Ã Gott" or "Guten Tag", with "Guten Tag" being more common in Germany and bigger Austrian cities. In the morning a "Guten Morgen!" is the normal greeting, in the evening you might also s…ay "Guten Abend", but that's not so commonly used.\nBetween friends and family you also say "Guten Morgen" or just "Morgen" in the morning, for the rest of the day you can use a simple "Hallo" or "Hi" (rather city-ish) or "GrÃ¼Ã dich" (more countryside-ish) (MORE)
Volcanoes appear on the mid-sea ridges under the oceans and on convergent boundaries, divergent boundaries and the hot spots around the world. The ring of fire is also 80% on hot spots.
No. Languages: German (official nationwide) 88.6%, Turkish 2.3%, Serbian 2.2%, Croatian (official in Burgenland) 1.6%, other (includes Slovene,official in Carinthia, and Hungarian, official in Burgenland) 5.3% (2001 census)
None whatsoever! Only lakes, you see...and to see, one must view a map of the country and its surroundings...and to experience, one must visit!
Volcanoes are mainly formed along the edge of the oceanic plate, in an area known as the "Ring of Fire."
volcanoes are formed when two techtonic plates collide causing the earth to go up into a volcano shape
When the big bang happened thousands and thousands of years old, the meteors that had crashed down made holes in the earth that we call today volcanoes.
that depends on the volcano. a lot of different things can happen in a volcanic eruption. generally though, get out of it's way. there's nothing you can do to stop it from happening...
A volcano can be located at the edge of any 2 plates. if one of the plates goes over the other one a volcano forms.
well you dont want to get in a volcano unless it is EXTINCT. If it is then sometimes there are some people who you pay to take you inside a volcano
Most volcanoes are underwater volcanoes which means they are under water. But some are in Hawaii, United States, Europe, volcanoes are all over planet earth.
Well, yes. There are the Casinos Austria casino halls all over the country where people can play poker, too. Certainly, there are private poker sessions taking place in addition to that.
Kill you if you are near it Clog Up Englines Make you incredibly out of pocket like I was when I got stuck out in Florida due to Airspace Closure due to Volcano.
Heinz Fischer . The federal president is Alfred Gusenbauer, he's a member of the Austrian party SPÃ.
Volcanoes form from either techtonic plates crashing together or from hot spots under the earth
There is a great military museum near Schweizerpark and the Westbahnhof (train station). In it is displayed the car that Franz Ferdinand was shot in, and his uniform with the bullet hole and blood stains. (This shooting is said to have started WWI).
No. The United States is a country located in North America. The continental U.S. lies South of Canada, and North of Mexico; however, there are states and territories owned by the United States which are not part part of the continental U.S. Such territories include Hawaii, Alaska and a number of ot…her off shore territories. (MORE)
28 July 1914 - Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia 6 August 1914 - Austria-Hungary declares war on Russia 23 Maj 1915 - Italy declares war on Austria-Hungary
First it was Hungary under Habsburg rule from the 16th century. Later, there was a Hungarian Revolution in March, 1848, and a War of Independence against the Habsburg rule in 1848-49. It was unsuccessful. The absolutism and the oppresion became even stronger. When the Habsburgs suffered some militar…y failures and financial problems in the middle of the 19th century, in addition the threat of a strong united Germany and Italy became stronger (violiting the Habsburg dominance in Eastern Europe), they were forced to make a compromise with the Hungarians (the Magyars) in 1867. From 1867 to 1918 it was called Austria-Hungary It was a dual country with a common monarch, with common foreign, defense and finance ministers, but otherwise with separate capital citie, separate parliaments. After the First World War, in the Treaty of Versailles (1918-19)Austria-Hungary (or Austro-Hungarian Empire) dissolved. (MORE)
Volcanos are openings in the Earth's crust that allows magma and other things to escape. They usually form at diverging and converging boundaries of tectonic plates, at points where there is thinning of the Earth's crust, and where there are mantle plumes. They represent hot spots where the extreme …pressure under the crust forces its way out, sometimes explosively, sometimes not. (MORE)
A volcano is formed when magma from deep inside the Earth rises to the surface and explodes with great force, spreading lava and ash everywhere.
Firstly in German the country is called "Ãsterreich". At first the country was denoted as "Marchia Orientalis", wich means something like "eastern border". The first German translation was "OsterrÃ®chi"; a term, which first appeared in the OstarrÃ®chi Document from 996. The word"Austria" is a… latinization of the German "Ãsterreich".. An other translation of "Marchia Orientalis", was "Ostmark", this name for Austria was used by Nazi Germany (MORE)
No , it doesn't. Austria is rather known for it's mountains, lakes and rivers, such as the GroÃglockner (3798m high), Neusiedler See (315km 2 wide), wich's known as Lake Neusiedl in English and the river Donau.
Deep inside Earth, between the molten iron core and the thin crust at the surface, there is a solid body of rock called the mantle . When rock from the mantle melts, moves to the surface through the crust, and releases pent-up gases, volcanoes erupt.
I love that question! Austria has many Protestant roots back into the Reformation, with Martin Luther of Germany, yet the Hapsburg Dynasty I believe was mainly Catholic. In Switzerland, During the Radical Reformation, like with the Hutterian Brethren, (Hutterites), they spread to Austria in the sout…hern Part. Mainly Protestantt and Catholic. Hoped it helped! (MORE)
the magma in the core of the erath pushes it's self through a crackin the erath's crust and when the magma burst out from the pressurebehind it, it becomes lava, so magma is in a volcanoe.
A volcano is a mountain that opens downward to a pool of moltenrock below the surface of the earth.