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How do volcanoes affect Earth's land?
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It affects the land by creating new rocks and plants such as basalt and diamonds.
Volcanoes can change the surface of the earth in several ways. The lava that is ejected for the volcano may dry and form a new layer of sediment on the ground. The chambers of… magma underground can become too pressurized and make a whole new volcanic mountain. Hope that answers your question!
Hi Referring to an article printed in the Daily Mail 10th November 2011. A new Canary Island is emerging from the sea as an underwater volcano bubbles to the surface. Magma …off the coast of the Canary Island of El Hierro has been spewing at least 20 meters, 60 ft high as the sea boils with a smell of sulphur ( rotten eggs smell). As it gets closer to the surface, debris such as stone start to shoot out of the volcano. As it grows it could eventually join up with the mainland of El Hierro. To see new land that was created by volcano's google "New volcanic islands".
The lava will turn into rock, and not harm too much except for the living animals and organisms.
They cool it.
The products of a volcano eruption can negatively affect the land around a volcano. The lava that emerges from volcanos during eruption can (due to its heat) destroy plants an…d objects that it comes into contact with. Volcanic ash, also released during eruption, can cause damage to plants, either by crushing them or by preventing enough sunlight from reaching their leaves (which inhibits the production of food for plants).
Yes. When the lava from volcanoes hardens, it forms a new layer. This new layer pushes the lowest layer down. This pushed layer melts, and then comes back up through a subduct…ion zone (area where lava can get to the crust). This cycle continues.
When volcanoes erupt, usually land is destroyed AND constructed. These eruptions occur due to the pushing in, pulling apart or sliding of the tectonic plates under the e…arth's crust. This movement builds up pressure and causes eruptions.
The ash that is emitted blocks out the sun thus cooling the area in which it sits. So they cool it. (apex question)
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a weak spot where lava spouts out
The ash from volcanoes has a big effect on both the air and land. Not only do volcanoes spew out ashes, volcanoes let out gases which can be very harmful. The gases that are l…et out, are the same as some of the ones we produce,like carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and sulfur oxide. Thanks (14 yrs old)
Not all volcanoes give out the same kind of emissions. Usually the most common gas is water vapor, followed by carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide. Other gases inc…lude hydrogen sulfide, hydrogen chloride and hydrogen fluoride. These gases can add to the greenhouse gases, contributing to global warming. They can also cause acid rain. Ash from volcanoes is often a danger to jet aircraft and large eruptions of ash can alter the climate, often cooling it, because the particles reflect the sun's rays.
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Land as it will destroy/ruin the surrounding areas, people as they will have to move and they will lose family ect?