scientists can predict volcanic eruptions by using a seismograph. But that is just one method they use.by,Kiera
False. Nobody can prevent a volcanic eruption, though scientists have some ability to predict eruptions.
No. There is no way to prevent volcanic eruptions.
Seismographs and they check local springs for sulferic acids.
1. Small earthquakes 2. Change in volcanic gases 3. Change in the volcano's slope
So they can predict volcanic eruptions
Geologists predict volcanic eruptions by monitoring changes in the volcano and the surrounding area. Such changes include buildup of gas, rising magma, and an increase in earthquake activity.
It is very difficult to predict volcanic eruptions. The main reason is the fact most of them have been dormant for decades and lack frequent activity which might be used for prediction.
this is important because if scientists do not they will not have any time to evacuate the people living near this said volcanoe
Scientists use seismograghs, tiltmeters, geodimeters and other stuff. Sorry I dont know any other answers. Love Lucy.xxx
A strainmeter is used to predict earthquakes and volcanic eruptions by the coordinated use of the seismometer to detect the earthquake's or eruption's underground vibrations or shock waves that the seismograph records.
Some natural disasters can be predicted to a limited degree, while others cannot. We can make warnings about volcanic eruptions, storms, ans tsunamis, but we cannot predict earthquakes.
Yes, scientists use volcanoes to predict earthquake activity, because volcanic and earthquake activity go together. Volcanic eruptions spew out lava whose source is in the magma of the mantle. Earthquakes are caused by heat from the mantle making crustal [or lithospheric or tectonic] plates move.
Yes because the rising of lava flows
The role of PHIVOLCS is to predict the accurance of volcanic eruptions and earthquakes in the Philippines
To find out where and when they erupt incase there near you . And you will not die.
No. Seismographs detect (but do not predict) earthquakes, which have absolutely nothing to do with hurricanes. They can be used to predict potential tsunamis and volcanic eruptions however.
No. Meteorologists work to predict the weather, which does not include volcanoes. Efforts to predict volcanic eruptions are carried out by volcanologists, who are a variety of geologist.
Volcanic eruptions are classified on the Volcanic Explosivity index, which is based on parameters such as the amount of material erupted and the height of the eruption column.
No, but people have been able to predict when volcanic eruptions are going to happen for several years. Hope this was helpful :)
redicting the size, location, and timing of natural hazards is virtually impossible, but now, earth scientists are able to forecast hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, wildfires, and landslides using fractals.
Because the eruptions are random. But, normally scientists can give an approximation.