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 estima…te age of 750,000 years.
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, oftengent…ly emitting gases and steam during their quiescent spells.
An active volcanoe Means that it will still erupt
Ring of fire
yes there is a active volcano's there r some in Hawaii
active volcanoes are volcanoes that or which always erupt ,it could once or twice a month to erupt.
Active volcano is one which has erupted within historic times.
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.
taal volcano.. mayon volcano.. mount pinatubo.. and many more..
the active volcanoes are mount enta
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. Pi…co de Orizaba reached its current height during its latest eruption in the year 1687.
yes it is a volcano go to google images and then type in Pico De Orizaba and it comes up a volcano
Active volcanoes are mostly found on islands such as japan ,andaman and nicobar etc.
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.