Who is or was Montserrat Roig?
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It is located in Central America but sometimes because it is in such an awkward position in the world some say that it's in North or South America but I would say Central America, near Cuba.
Montserrat is an island in the Caribbean. The island has a volcanicarea called Chances Peak found in the south of Soufriere Hillsisland.
Only a small part of the island in the north is safe. The rest of the island is blocked of.
There was a really bad eruption and almost all of the city wasdestroyed because of it. Montserrat is an small Caribbean island,the capital is plymoth.
This has nothing to do with the question but it is good information. There are 14 tectonic plates 7 big ones North and South America, Eurasian, Philippine, Juan De Fuca, Pacific, Caribbean, Africa, Arabian, Cocos, Australia, Antarctica, Nazca, and scotia.
Well went i lived there , i would eat things like , rice and peas, turn corn, fried fish, ground provision, etc.
Montserrat has 3 volcanoes: Silver Hills Centre Hills Soufriere Hills two (Silver Hills and Centre Hills) are not active but Soufriere Hills has been recently active.
It means "jagged mountain." Some say Columbus named the island after a mountain near Barcelona.
The repair costs of the Montserrat eruption was $268,000.00.Between storm damage and volcanic eruptions, Montserrat averages8,645.00 damage annually. In the last volcanic eruption 5,000people were affected and 32 were killed.
It happened because the pressure inside the volcano then when the pressure was too much it erupted!!!!
Many people living in Montserrat had to be evacuated due to its continuous volcanic eruptions in 1997. Most of the islands green vegetation had burnt and all that was left was an island covered in poo
because the rub and create friction, friction makes heat and the heat slowly melts the plates which creates magma tjhe magma slowly rises and builds up pressure under the plates.
The volcano montserrat erupted because of various reasons. Humans did not contribute towards the eruption of the volcano, however they were effected by the eruption greatly. The main reason that the volcano erupted due to it lying on a destructive plate boundary, where the heavier north American pla…te, was sinking underneath the lighter Caribbean plate causing a subduction zone. Due to the sinking of the north American plate into the Mantle, magma started to rise which caused the volcano to erupt. The volcano also had to 'clear its throat' and let off a lot of gas ect. (MORE)
Nobody knows because volcanoes just erupt when the lava builds up and is forced up the main vent and out of the crater! .
It Erupted On The Birthday Of Micheal Willaboobdy , 2nd May , everyone who is born on that day is very special ! x
Montserrat is approximately the same age as your mother and it is not erupting with lava it is just galaxy's hot chocolate powder, i bet you any money if u were to pour hot water on it it would turn into hot chocolate
Montserrat is a British overseas territory. This means they do nothave a Prime Minister. They are under the monarch, Queen ElizabethII. However, they also have a governor, premier, and a responsibleminister. . Governor Adrian Davis . Premier Donaldson Romeo . Responsible Minister James Duddridg…e (MORE)
The Montserrat volcano was caused by the subduction of a oceanic plate under a continental. the sheer friction of this and the heat of the earth's mantle melted part of the oceanic plate causing a magma chamber to be formed, as the magma forced it's way to the top and erupted.
The volcanos are on the south of the island. Yellow Stone National Park, Wyoming U.S.A
Montserrat is a British overseas territory located in the Leeward Islands , part of the chain of islands called the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean Sea . It measures approximately 16 km (10 miles) long and 11 km (7 miles) wide, giving 40 kilometres (25 mi) of coastline. ] Christopher Col…umbus gave Montserrat its name on his second voyage to the New World in 1493, after its namesake located in Catalonia . Montserrat is often referred to as the Emerald Isle of the Caribbean , due both to its resemblance to coastal Ireland and to the Irish descent of most of its early European settlers.. Its Georgian era capital city of Plymouth was destroyed and two-thirds of the island's population forced to flee abroad by an eruption of the previously dormant Soufriere Hills volcano that began on July 18 , 1995 . The eruption continues today on a much reduced scale, the damage being confined to the areas around Plymouth including its docking facilities and the former W.H. Bramble Airport . An exclusion zone extending from the south coast of the island north to parts of the Belham Valley has been closed because of an increase in the size of the existing volcanic dome. This zone includes St. George's Hill which provided visitors with a spectacular view of the volcano and the destruction it has wrought upon the capital. A new airport at Gerald's in the northern part of the island opened in 2005. The village of Brades currently serves as the de facto centre of government. (MORE)
Plymouth is the official capital of Montserrat. However, the government has been meeting at Brades Estate in the northwest of the island since the evacuation of Plymouth in 1997, which followed the eruption of the Soufriere Hills volcano that buried the city in ash and pyroclastic rock. A new, as… yet unnamed capital is under construction at Little Bay. (MORE)
Montseratt is very close to the joining of the south American plate and the noth American plate.
I would say yes - Montserrat was a British colony, so some people may argue that it was an MEDC, however there are also many African countries that were British colonies, and they would never be considered an MEDC. Therefore, due to the fact that many people have poorly paying jobs, and the island's… economy suffered greatly due to the volcano, I think it is an LEDC. (MORE)
Well its on a collision plate. Subduction occured and well: Montserrat was formed when subduction occurred underneath the sea and magma was pushed to the surface. The lava cooled and became a hard rock. The volcano kept erupting and eventually it built up to the point where you the land reached th…e surface of the sea. Once the island was formed the volcano kept erupting so that a mountain shaped rock formed. RK (MORE)
Pretty much everyone living in the south side of Montserrat was affected by the eruption, and a couple years later so was the North. A lot of the South sides previous population decided to move up to the North part of Montserrat. They lost tourism, the capital (Plymouth), the airport and the main ha…rbour;so all in all, everyone living there would be affected in the end. (MORE)
No. The term compostie volcano describes a kind of volcano, not akind of volcanic eruption. The SoufriÃ¨re Hills on Montserrat isindeed a composite volcano, however, whether it is erupting or not.
Yes it has two volacnoes. Standing lower then 3,000 feet but around that, i think they are now 3,000 feet because of all the eruptions... :D
Montserrat is a volcanic island because it was formed by a volcano. The volcano is the result of a subduction zone.
Montserrat is part of the United Kingdom (ENGLAND) and does not use ZIP codes. And as it has a population of less than 5000 persons I doubt they use any universal postal code system like the US ZIP code system
if i get married to a woman from montserrat do i become a british citizen
According to Wolfram Alpha, the distance is 6642 km. Assumptions: London, UK and Montserrat, Lesser Antilles British Overseas Territory
they didn't really cope. they were all evacuated to the northern side of the island and over 20 people were killed. they never returned to their home, alot of people went to live at different places, and if you visit you still only aloud on about a quatre of the island.
Montserratian is the adjective to describe something of or from Montserrat; Montserratian is also the noun for someone from Montserrat.
Because many irish people were sent as slaves or indentured servants to montserrat in the cromwellian period. Later, their descendants became landowners, and named the villages. Saint Patrick's day is celebrated on the island every year and Irish stew is popular on the island.
Montserrat is part of the North American Numbering Plan, telephone country code +1 , along with the USA, Canada, and some other Caribbean-ish islands. Montserrat uses area code +1 664 . Calls from the US and other NANP locations to Montserrat are dialed as "one plus," just like domestic long-dist…ance calls, but international rates will apply. (The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00 , but Japan uses 010 , Australia uses 0011 , and many other countries use different prefixes.) (MORE)
A very long time ago, An undersea volcano erupted from the ocean's floor. Spewing its lava (molten rock), the volcano built an undersea mountain that grew higher and higher, eventually growing above the surface of the sea. This was the beginning of the island we now call "Montserrat". Eventually the… volcano calmed down and life colonized, Every since then there has always been moving magma under the Ground and about 500 years ago another Volcano erupted making the rest of the Island. About 80 years ago they started having earthquakes, these were not caused by what we think normal quakes are caused from. These were cause from Magma being forced into different areas of the Island (still underground) The quakes started getting worse when magma erupts like this and does not show it is called a phreatic eruption, I guess to answer your question The Island of Montserrat was created by a Volcano and there has always been one there just not above ground until sometime in the 1990's, I think 1996. I hope that helps answer your question (MORE)
Independence from whom ?... Montserrat is a British OverseasTerrirory - ruled by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Montserrat Roig de Puig has: Played Elena Martinez in "The Bill" in 1984. Played June Prince in "Wire in the Blood" in 2002. Played Mrs. Garcia in "Wire in the Blood" in 2002. Played Monica in "Enfant Terrible" in 2005. Played Gaia Tapoge Earth Mother in "The Man Who Sold the World" in 2006. Played …Celine in "By Blood and by Water" in 2007. Played Lady in Waiting in "The Other Boleyn Girl" in 2008. Played Candela in "Matador" in 2008. Played Conti - Helena in "W.M.D." in 2009. Played Celine in "Honeymooner" in 2010. Performed in "Courting" in 2010. Performed in "La sombra del sol" in 2011. Played Sarah Jessica in "Meeting with Sarah Jessica" in 2013. Played Erica Choval in "Solito" in 2013. Played Anita in "6Dana66Godina" in 2015. (MORE)
Montserrat Roig has: Played herself in "Encuentros con las letras" in 1976. Performed in "La ciutat cremada" in 1976. Played Herself - Host in "Personatges" in 1977. Played herself in "De cerca" in 1980. Played herself in "Terenci a la fresca" in 1981. Played herself in "Benvinguts" in 1984. Played …herself in "Identitats" in 1984. Played herself in "Mag magazine" in 1988. Played herself in "La lluna" in 1989. Played herself in "La parada" in 1989. Played herself in "La vida en un xip" in 1989. Played herself in "El mirall" in 1990. Played herself in "Retalls" in 2004. Played herself in "Noms" in 2006. Played herself in "50 anys en companyia" in 2009. (MORE)
Antoni Ferrando i Roig has written: 'El mas Puig de la Balma (Mura-Bages)' -- subject(s): Sources, History, Description and travel
Montserrat Anton has written: 'La psicomotricidad en el parvulario' 'La psicomotricitat al parvulari' -- subject(s): Motor learning
Pilar Roig Picazo has written: 'La Iglesia de los Santos Juanes de Valencia' -- subject(s): Conservation and restoration, Mural painting and decoration
Jaume Roig has written: 'Spill : o, Libre de consells' 'Espejo; o, Libro de consejos'
Gonzalo Roig has written: 'De Cuba, soy hijo' -- subject(s): Biography, Composers, Conductors (Music), Correspondence
Albert Roig has written: 'L' estiu de les paparres, o, La societat secreta dels poetes' -- subject(s): Catalan poetry, History and criticism 'Que no passa'
Juan Roig has written: 'Opus de patre non inca[r]nato' -- subject(s): Early works to 1800, Fatherhood, God 'Pesca Segura En El Mar y El Rio'
Antoine Roig has written: 'Guide des additifs et polluants alimentaires' -- subject(s): Food additives, Food contamination
Adrien Roig has written: 'Modernismo e realismo' -- subject(s): Brazilian literature, Criticism and interpretation, History and criticism, Modernism (Literature), Realism in literature
Montserrat Sintes has written: 'La JOBAC (1974-1992)' -- subject(s): Working class, Catholic youth, Religious life, Joves Cristians de Barris Obrers i Ambients Populars, Youth movements, Political activity
Montserrat Comas has written: 'Lectura i biblioteques populars a Catalunya, 1793-1914' -- subject(s): Books and reading, History, Public libraries, Reading rooms