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Where do you get volcanoes and why?

Volcanos are openings in the Earth's crust that allows magma and other things to escape. They usually form at diverging and converging boundaries of tectonic plates, at points (MORE)

What type of volcano is the tambora volcano?

Tambora is a composite volcano (stratovolcano). A stratovolcano/composite volcano is explosive, usually creating large ash clouds, pyroclastic flows and can cause mass destruc (MORE)

Volcanoes that are quiet are what kind of volcanoes?

Quiet volcanoes can be either dormant or  extinct. An extinct volcano, as you may have  guessed, has not erupted for a very long period of time and will  not erupt in the f (MORE)

What are volcanoes?

A volcano is : . An opening in the Earth's crust from which lava, ash, and hot gases flow or are ejected during an eruption. . A usually cone-shaped mountain formed by the m (MORE)

Mayon volcano is what type of volcano?

Mount Mayon, the Phillipines, is a stratovolcano, or a composite volcano. The lava erupted has a high silica content and high viscosity, and is mainly andesitic. Mount Mayon i (MORE)

Is it true that there is a volcano in England and were to is the volcano?

there is an xtinct volcano in the UK Edinburgh in Scotland is built on the core of an xtinct volcano it may still be live and maybe one day will cause a volcanic eruption but (MORE)

Where are volcanoes?

Volcanoes are located in many places on Earth. Many of them are found around the Ring of Fire which follows the rim of the Pacific Ocean in a huge subduction zone created by p (MORE)

What is volcano?

A volcano is an opening in Earth's crust molten rock and another materials escape onto Earth's surface.

What type of volcano is the smith volcano?

The Smith Volcano is a large green cinder cone. The base is surrounded by large quantities of Smithian moss, contributing to the nomenclature of the said volcano. Local villag (MORE)

Is Yellowstone volcano a dangerous volcano?

Potentially. While it produces extremely large super eruptions  every few hundred thousand years, studies of the magma chamber  indicate that it is unlikely a major eruption (MORE)