Is the pico volcano in azores active?
No it is extinct so it can never erupt again so it is perfectly safe.
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A group of volcanic islands in the northern Atlantic Ocean about 1,448 km (900 mi) west of mainland Portugal, of which they are administrative districts. Fishing, farming, and tourism are important to their economy.
The Pico volcano is not situated in Africa; it's in the Azores, Portugal, which is part of the European continent. The volcano itself is considered very recent, with an estimate age of 750,000 years.
There are several active volcanoes located in the world. Someinclude Galeras in Colombia, Mount Baker in Washington, andPopocatepetl in Mexico.
There are 6 active volcanoes in California However, there are also many dormant volcanoes in California.
An active volcano is a term used to describe a volcano that has erupted within the past 600 years. A volcano that is not active, or has not erupted for 600 years or more is known as dormant. An "active" volcano is any volcano that shows signs of eruption, or that is known to erupt over a period of years or decades.The other type is a "dormant" volcano, which has erupted in the past but not within several decades or centuries. A more specific classification lists volcanoes that are either erupting or likely to erupt as opposed to clasification by varying historical records. Those not on either list are unlikely to erupt in the foreseeable future.
I'm quite sure that the largest volcano is in Mauna Loa in Hawaii if you talking about area, and if you mean height, then I think it would be in Ojos del Salado in Chile and Argentina, reaching a height of 6892m high. If you would like to check this info then just search "Where is the world's largest volcano located", that where I got my answer. The answer that I think it is: Mt. Guallatiri in Chile: Guallatiri is one of the most active http://www.answers.com/topic/volcano in northern http://www.answers.com/topic/chile . It is just west of the border with http://www.answers.com/topic/bolivia and at the southwestern end of the http://www.answers.com/topic/nevados-de-quimsachata . It is a symmetrical 6,071 m high ice-clad http://www.answers.com/topic/stratovolcano . Guallatiri is capped by a central http://www.answers.com/topic/dacite dome or lava complex, with the active vent at its southern side.
In the US, there are St. Helens, Mauna Loa, etc. There are lots more around the world.
A: There are under water volcano's at present making new land. The first is at the Canary Island of El Hierro, Magma emerging from the sea may eventually join up with the El Hierro Island. The second is the under water volcano in the Red sea between Rugged Island and Haycock Island. These are interesting as they will show land development over time. And the evolution of Islands.
Active volcanoes are those which are liable to erupt or haveshown frequent eruptions within recent history. They are ones that still erupt at (irregular) intervals, oftengently emitting gases and steam during their quiescent spells.
Mt, Etna in Italy is thought to be the world's oldest active volcano. The first record of its eruption dates back to 1500 BC. Since then, Etna has erupted 190 times. It is one of the largest continental volcanoes and has the largest record of historic eruptions. It last erupted in 1993 which was its largest. In mythology, Etna was identified as the location of the forge of Vulcan, home of the Cyclopes and the giant Enceladus. Here, the eruptions refer to the giant's breath and earthquakes to his motion.
We know that Venus has many volcanoes and while we are not certain that any of these are active (there is no direct proof yet), several lines of evidence point to ongoing volcanic activity on Venus. The volcanoes venus does have could of been active here is no proof of this yet but there could of been life on venus to but it changed cause of the volcanoes erupting
Mount Vesuvius., Stromboli and Mount Etna are all active volcanoes in Europe. Iceland also has a significant number of active volcanoes (the most recent eruption being that of GrÃmsvÃ¶tn in 2004) due to it's location on the Mid Atlantic Ridge. Please see the related links for more information.
Many volcanoes have been in continuous eruption for decades. Etna, Stromboli, and Yasur have been erupting for hundreds or thousands of years. The following 4 volcanoes emit the most lava: Kilauea (Hawaii), Mt Etna (Italy), Piton de la Fournaise (RÃ©union), Nyamuragira, (D.R. Congo). They are mostly found in the Ring of Fire (Pacific Ocean).
Most of the Cascade Range in Washington and Oregon States, such as Mount Baker, Rainier, Saint Helens, Mount Hood, to name a few.
Any volcano that has erupted within the Holocene epoch ( i.e. within the past 12,000 years) is considered to be active. Some examples of active volcanoes are Mount Etna in Sicily, Kilauea in Hawaii, Mount St. Helens in the US, Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines, Krakatoa in Indonesia and Mount Vesuvius in Italy.
active volcanoes are volcanoes that or which always erupt ,it could once or twice a month to erupt.
Pico de Orizaba (the third highest peak in North America) is considered "dormant" but not extinct. It was last active in the 17th Century, erupting in 1613, 1630, and 1687. It had at least four eruptions in the 1500's as well.
volcano activity is when crap from a volcano is carried to America then it is taken to Slovakia. i am just kidding. i have no f**ckin idea of what volcano activity is. good luck on your test. LOSER!!!
Scientists generally consider any volcano that has erupted within the Holocene epoch (the past 12,000 years) to be active. when u c smoke and ashes coming from the volcanoe hole.... lava comin out too
No, the only existing volcanoes in France are in the ChaÃ®ne desPuys , a north-south chain of cone, dome and maar volcanoes. Thelast calculated eruption in the chain was around 4000 BC, more thansix thousand years ago.
That would have to be the SuperVolcano lying under Wyoming in the Snake River plain. The Yellowstone Volcano Observatory report of February 1, 2011 clearly states that were FIFTY-SEVEN earthquakes during the month of January 2011 in the Yellowstone National Park region. The good news is that the largest was a 2.4 magnitude, and there were no "earhquake swarms". The current Volcano Alert Level is GREEN.
There are many Volcanoes in the world but not a lot of them are active today. One active volcano is in Hawaii, and the other volcano is in Greenland. Happy i answered your question. :)
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Not that we know of... Jupiter has no 'surface' as you'd think of one in planetary terms... it's possibly liquid or solid hydrogen, methane and a couple of other gasses but we don't actually know. You may be thinking of Io; one of Jupiters moons that has reportedly 400 volcanoes on it!
Yes, EyjafjallajÃ¶kull is still active. As of April 15, 2010, it has erupted twice in the last month.
Yes, Kilauea is actually the most active volcano on the Earth. It has been pouring out lava since 1983! I hope this helps:)
The difference from a non-volcano and an active volcano is that active volcanoes still erupt but non-volcanoes are extinct!
The Santa Ana volcano, also known as llamatepec is active. The last eruption occurred on October 1 2005.
There are hundred of active volcanoes. Europe/Italy: Mount Etna. Hawaii (USA): Kilauea and Mouna Loa. USA: Mount St Helens. Other active volcanoes: Mount Vesuvius and Mount Pinatubo (if it is).
True, they do! (It is part of the Pacific Ring of Fire in that part of the U.S.)
On Io a moon of Jupiter. On Earth, probably . Mauna Loa, Hawaii, USA . Vesuvius, Naples, Italy . Avachinsky-Koryaksky, Kamchatka, Russia
Most active volcanoes are found along the ring of fire, a region with a high amount of tectonic plate activity that surrounds most of the pacific ocean.
Yes, the Pico de Orizaba is classified as a "composite volcano" (also known as a stratovolcano) because its peak was raised by added material from each subsequent eruption. Pico de Orizaba reached its current height during its latest eruption in the year 1687.
Mt Vesuvius is the volcano that destroyed tyhe city of pompeii. the answer is yes it is.
It can be. They are formed at hot spots sometimes so they become inactive as the plate moves. The Hawaiian Islands are a good example of Shield volcanoes over a hot spot.
Mount Fiji = japan the iiflakuyuckle = iceland katmana = iceland PS i hope this helps
At this current time it is Mt. St. Helens. Refer to U.S.G.S. for more info (volcanoes.usgs.gov)
Yes, the names are Pinacate Peaks, Tres Virgines, Ceboruco, Popcatepetl, El Chichon, Vulcan De San Martin, Colima, Paricutin, and Pico De Orizaba. In the ocean there are two active volcanoes named Barcena and Socorro.
11 They are: . Pinacate Peaks . Tres Virgines . Ceboruco . Popcatepetl . El Chichon . Vulcan De San Martin . Colima . Paricutin . Pico De Orizaba . In the ocean there are two active volcanoes named Barcena and Socorro.
Here let me just break it down for ya.. An active means Active Dormat means sleeping and lazy, just like my ex husband... hope that help
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none. it is too hot for volcano's to form because the rock needs to cool to create the cone shape.
About one, which is Crater Lake. It is commonly mistaken to be extinct, but there is geothermal activity found in it. Some other NOT acitive volcanoes in Oregon, but are still being watcheD are Newberry Caldera, South Sister, and Mt. Hood.
a volcano gets active when tectonic plates move, then the lava tubes start working and then it gets active. anusha gupta
yes it is a volcano go to google images and then type in Pico De Orizaba and it comes up a volcano
It did spit lava as well as a superheated mix of volcanic ash and debris known as a pyroclastic flow; last time it did was 1846, some 166 years ago. Right now it is a dormant volcano; however it is not extinct.
because the extinct volcano doesn't exist any more and/or can not erupt. where as an active volcano does exist and can erupt any time, day, hour, minute, or even second
It may or may not be. A volcano's type does not determine whetherit is active or not.
Some types of volcanoes are known as "monogenetic" meaning they are formed in and limited to, one single eruption, commonly forming cinder cones. One example is Paricutin in the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt. Some volcanoes become dormant, meaning they haven't erupted in several hundred thousand years, but are thought to still contain eruptible magma somewhere beneath them. An example would be Mt Ranier in the Cascades Arc. Some volcanoes become inactive or "extinct" because the magmatic system feeding them becomes shut off, migrates to another volcano, or simply stops supplying them (this is poorly understood as the timescales over which this occurs are so huge). An example of this would be the Hawaii-Emperor Seamount Chain - the islands are all volcanoes that become progressively older the further North you go. This is because the magma source feeding the volcanoes came from a "hot-spot" or "mantle-plume" located in a fixed position underneath the Pacific tectonic plate. As the plate moved over the top, the magma source become cut off, rendering one volcano extinct, while building another one slightly further South.
It is an active volcano, part of the Pacific ring of fire. Last eruption 1924