A volcanic eruption can cause an earthquake and an earthquake underwater can cause a tsunami.
tectonic plates moving causeing plates to fold and fault causes volcanic eruption and earthquakes
No. However a volcanic eruption can cause a tsunami.
when a fault is faulting it means it is getting active. Then for making an earthquake and moving of the plates which could cause a volcanic eruption.
Earthquakes are like a rubber band. They both have limits. If you strech a rubber band the farthest it can, it will eventually meet it's elastic limit or the point where it can strech its farthest. If you go any farther than its elastic limit the rubber band will break. This is an example of how earthquakes are formed.I'm not sure if a volcano can cause earthquake or an earthquake can cause an volcanic eruption… Read More
As the plates rub against each other, they cause the ground to move, creating an earthquake or a volcanic eruption.
The events that cause tsunamis involve huge releases of energy. The main events causing tsunamis are-underwater volcanic eruption, earthquake or a landslide.
Tsunami waves can be caused by a major earthquake or landslide on the sea flow. Another cause is from the land slumping into the ocean or a large volcanic eruption.
The main cause of volcanic eruption is the tectonic movement. This causes lava to overflow which may form mountains and rifts and may even cause death.
Large waves caused by undersea earthquakes or volcanic eruptions are called a tsunami. These waves often cause mass destruction because they come so unexpectedly.
A tsunami is a large ocean wave caused by sudden motion on the ocean floor. This sudden motion could be an earthquake, powerful volcanic eruption, or an underwater landslide.
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When a volcanic eruption happens
A tsunami is formed when there is an earthquake, volcanic eruption or, more rarely, a landslide underwater. Typically, neither the earthquake, eruption or landslide are felt because they are so deep under water. However, the actions that have taken place are the first steps that lead to a massive tsunami that can cause tremendous damage to coastal regions.
A valcano could cause a earthquake but it is not likley. If the the eruption is hard enogh maybe.
No, tsunamis are not related to weather at all. Tsunamis are usually caused by the deformation of the seabed, such as from an earthquake, landslide, or volcanic eruption. Tsunamis are structurally different from wind-driven waves.
No. There is nothing any person can do to cause or prevent a volcanic eruption.
No cause, it erupts every year in iceland
A volcano eruption can cause an earthquake and or aftershocks
Most tsunamis originate along what is called the 'Ring of Fire' that encircles the Pacific Ocean. The most frequent cause of tsunamis is an undersea earthquake. Tsunamis can be started by an earthquake, landslide, or volcanic eruption under the ocean floor.
It happens when earthquakes happen.
No. Hurricanes produce large waves, but these are not tsunamis. Tsunamis are the result of the movement of the ground underwater, such as with and earthquake, landslide, or volcanic eruption and have completely different dynamics from storm driven waves.
run like crazy cause the lava is coming
Why did the earthquake in Haiti cause more destruction property than a similar earthquake in japan did?
because haiti has a larger amount in property than in the japan area
The deadliest volcanic eruption in the world was the eruption of the Tambora volcano in 1812, It caused an estimated 92,000 deaths.
cause of the earthquake
No, climate and weather do not cause volcanic eruptions. However weather affects the products produced by a volcanic eruption.
There are no waves that are specifically called "volcanic waves"; however, a volcanic eruption can of course cause seismic waves. These can be longitudinal or transverse.
Not usually. Although earthquakes often occur before a volcanic eruption, they are not the cause. The earthquakes are the result of magma (molten rock) moving underground leading up to an eruption. A few volcanic eruptions are thought to have been triggered or initiated by earthquakes, but this is not the typical case.
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A destructive margin
When tectonic plates go under each other.
Kt extinctions, burn buildings and plants
Ash can bury towns, damage crops, block the sunlight, take lives, and much more. If an earthquake is the cause of the eruption, then the earthquake can also damage towns, crops, and other stuff. The lava can cool over houses and other things, covering them with obsidian (a mineral).
Because the volcano shakes the ground.
An earthquake can be caused in two different ways, there is a volcanic earthquake and a tectonic earthquake. Tectonics earthquakes are much more common than volcanic earthquakes. Volcanic earthquakes are when magma, or molten rock, moves underground. This can cause earthquake directly in what is called a harmonic tremor, or indirectly by breaking and shifting rock. A tectonic earthquake is when stress built up by the movement of Earth's tectonic plates is released in the… Read More
yes cause mt Pinatubo is because its the second largest volcanic eruption of the twentieth century
cause the volcano is not developed all the way
could mix with snow and water to cause mudslides
The debris in the air from the volcano cause the sky to turn red.
Yes. Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions can cause debris flows. Volcanic eruptions can mudflows called lahars.
there are magma movements that can cause earthquake activity to occur below the volcano. This can be a signal that an earthquake eruption is about to come.
Tornadoes, volcanic eruption, temperature changes, and habitat destruction can all cause extinction.
there was and earthquake
when all of the fluids combine together and cause and eruption. that's like mixing all different chemicals together
What causes earthquakes and volcanic eruptions is plate moment because plates move and it causes a earthquake and also plates cause eruptions of volcanoes
Volcanoes frequently erupt around the Ring of Fire. Convection currents within the Earth's mantle cause movement of the tectonic plates which can cause earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. A number of relatively topical examples include the earthquake that struck Haiti in January 2010 causing significant loss of life. Examples of disruption include the eruption of the Icelandic Volcano Eyjafjallajoekull in the spring of 2010 which caused significant disruption to European air travel.
The magma pushes together with the lava .