How much damage did mount katmai do?
has mount katmai did any damage
Katmai can mean: 1. Mt. Katmai - A volcano in Alaska. 2. Katmai National Park and Preserver - A national park surrounding said volcano. 3. The codename for Microsoft SQL Server 2008 4. The codename for the core of the first Pentium III processor.
The word katmai appears to be Haitian. However, there is not alisted definition of this word and no translation into English.
After the eruption it cost a estimate of $1.5 million to repair all damage and restore Popondetta to its original state.
More than 200 homes and over 185 miles of roads were destroyed. The force of the eruption was so great that entire forests were blown down like match sticks.
I DONT KNOW!! I AM TRYING TO ASK THE SAME THING!!. no offense but its not a very helpful answer, i know that 17 million people died and the damage was horrendous, it destroyed a few nearby towns.
etna causes alot of damage.It ruins close by city's and can kill humans, animals and trees.What you dont know it erupts quite alot its very active but since there only small erruption it cause bearly or sometimes not any damage.
Only ten people died because of Mt. Katmai. (All were from exposure of gases) It exploded in a sparsely populated area in the Alaska Panhandle. There is nothing more than that. The caldera collapsed and filled up with water forming a lake and that's the end of that.
It causes a lot of damage to crops animals and people; its hard ifyour only profit dies off from no water what so ever.
It only killed one person but extensive residential damage was caused, that is no where near as much as the cost for the annual fires though.
It wiped out most, if not all, of the forests in the park. It also killed a bunch of people and flooded some of the rivers with ash.
The eruption of Mount Vesuvius covered the town of Pompeii in piles of ash and the less well known Herculaneum in volcanic mud, suffocating people and preserving their bodies.
well... 30,000 people died and St. Pierre was in ruins. The eruption also caused two inhabitants to die.
it does so much damage that some people kill them selves and do crack and heroin
When Mount Pelee erupted on May 8, 1902 just before 8am, huge clouds of hot gasses hung up in the air and had the temperature of at least 1000 c!!! within minutes... the city St. Pierre was in ruins. :( Two inhabitants were dead
Mt. Katmai erupted in 1912 but it was actually Mt. Novarupta that erupted. The pressure made Katmai collapse and the pressure went to Novarupta and that mountain really blew. The eruption lasted 60 hours.
The damage was that it destroyed a whole bunch of houses and killed 80 people
Little to no damage because Mt. Fuji's first eruption is estimated long before civilization in Japan.
A lot of damage was caused. About 90,000 people in total died. It caused some tsunamis when the pyroclastic flows hit the water. It also generated some earthquakes and whirlwinds. The ashes destroyed plants and crop failure was among the people of Indonesia. The dusts and ashes still remained and tr…aveled trough out the world and lowered temperatures by 3 degrees Celsius. But also blocked the sun on the island of Sumbawa for a few days. (MORE)
The ash eruption lasted 9 hours, killed 57 people, and flattened 230 acres of forest.
The total cost of damage because of the eruption of MountMontserrat is believed to be close to 300 million dollars. Theeruption also put a halt to the entire city of Providence and itseconomy.
The 1912 eruption of Mount Katmai in Alaska would be the largestvolcanic eruption of the twentieth century. Amazingly, however, noone was killed.
Mount Paricutin is labeled as a monogenetic volcano. Eruptionscaused damage to crops, and the villages Paricutin and San Juanwere buried in ash and lava. The citizens of these villages wereforced to relocate.
Well, all vegetation on the was killed leaving many people to starve to death and approximately 92000 people were killed.
60 percent was destroyed the unhabited island and it hit these 2 islands called java and sumatra and killing more than 36,000 people :p
Mount Katmai got it's name from all of the debris and ash it spewand erupted; hence the new name of the valley it's located in:Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes.
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Yes, Mt. St. Helens did cause great environmental damage, after it erupted it covered the cities of Chehalis,Centrailia, and many other areas, it cause people to have breathing issues and many plants to die because of its lack of oxygen and how the ashes created a thick film over the plants which ca…used them to be unable to complete photosynthesis. (MORE)
The erution of Mount Vesuvius destroyed two ancient Roman cities: Pompeii and Herculaneum. Not many people know about Herculaneum but in Roman times it was even bigger than Pompeii.
No. Even though Mount Katmai last erupted in 1912, it is still counted to be active.
When it erupted in 79AD it covered 65 acres of land and killed 25,000 people. It is still active today with 3 million people living below. If it erupted today the damage would be much greater.
Mt.Rainer is yes a very violent volcano. hi i am Emily and i am eleven and i go to lake castle private school. i am young but i do know alot. people come on here and think they know everything. i don't mean to be a snob but they so. if you do research like i did u would really know. i took the las…t four years researching this extraordinary volcano. i have been to Washington and have touched it it is cold not hot like i expected. the last eruption was December 1894 many people were killed by the ash and dust. but many were chocked to death because of the percentage of acid reflex in the air and the ash has take in over. this volcano is still active. so you would say this is a very violent valcaono. it is composite and it is a stratavalcano. it formed from other valcones building from there igneous rock and mud and clay to form this huge massive valcanao. you can tell it has erupted many times by its enormis size. (MORE)
The biggest one that had ever made was 57 megatons or 57,000,000 tons of tnt or you could ge t a third degree burn from 63 miles away.
It Was Rome. Because It Only Erupted 100 miles per hour, Neraly 2,000 Degrees So It Would Be Basically Impossible For It To Touch Rome :P
Mt Erebus is so remote, with nothing around it except ice -- tworesearch stations lie about 70 miles away -- that there is'nothing' to 'damage'.
If you are referring to monetary estimate, I do not think that they did that in those days. About 4,000 people died and 44,000 were made homeless. The towns at the foot of the western slope were semi-destroyed. In the town of Ottaviano, by the northeastern slope, 1,000 people died.
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A lot. The eruption wiped out three cities and a resort area. It also changed the seacoast. There was an uncountable loss of life.
Well it depends on how strong the force if it was a strong blow it could leave permanent deformities on the face with the bone structures might have concaved inside your skull with the fact you could be blind it the bone fragments hit your eyes or with such force your eyes will give way by the force… and the result is blindness and you could also have broken teeth and jaw if hit there and if hit on the forehead it could leave it severely fractured you would be unconscious with permanent brain damage or death in some cases (MORE)
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Ash covering buildings and properties Building repairs and damage loss of work... or not more people to clean up damage loss of land.... damage to the surrounding areas and more...
Quite a lot of buildings got damaged. The church had a hole in the roof. In the centre of Christchurch, a few buildings had collapsed. I don't really know any more. This is all I know. Do you have Animal Crossing Community? If so, my username is aimee1997. I'll chat to youon there!
It varies widely. Some tornadoes stay in open fields and cause not damage. Weak tornadoes (EF0 or EF1) cause minor to moderate damage, damaging roofs, breaking windows, and overturning trailers. The most violent tornadoes (EF4 or EF5) are devastating. Well built houses are completely demolished. I…n some cases entire neighborhoods can be flattened. Damage can be in the hundreds of millions of dollars with some exceeding $1 billion. (MORE)
Mount Hood at its last eruption cause a major amount of damage. Many people were injured when it erupted and a few died.
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The largest eruption in the world this century occurred in 1912 at ... wide and triggered the collapse of Mount Katmai volcano 10 kilometers away to form a ...
The last eruption of Mt. Fuji was in 1707-1708. The eruption released cinder, ash, "bombs", and mud but strangely no lava. The eruption destroyed 72 homes and 2 temples but there were oddly no fatalities due to the eruption.
IT had earthquakes and did damge on trees plants and wildlife for about 40 sqaure miles
I dont think so. There main work is in the Khumbu Icefall, keeping a path open for the climbers and making it as safe as possible. The Icefall is moving all the time and is a very dangerous place to be.
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