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The force of a volcanic eruption is affected by many factors. They include, viscosity of the magma, its temperature, amount of gas content, and the size of the magma reservoir.


For a volcano eruption, the family can be safe because of the distance between them and the volcano whereas for an earthquake it may happen if the calamity's force is weak.


Usually everyone in the way of the lava or the force of the eruption, unless everyone is evacuated.


Pressure underneath the skin of the volcano called plasma.


explodes with less force than explosive volcano because it does not cool and harden


Volcano eruptions happen when magma erupts from beneath the earths crust. When the volcano erupts the magma becomes lava and it shoots into the air or runs down the side of the volcano.


It's because the force from the eruption blasts tiny fragments of rock into the air, making an ash cloud.



Pressure of gases and magma build up inside the volcano until it erupts.


The silica content effects the force of a volcanic eruption because magma with a lot of silica is thicker and magma with less silica is thinner. The amount of dissolved gases in magma effects the force of a volcanic eruption because the less gas in the magma, the less pressure will be inside the volcano. The temperature of the magma effects the force of a volcanic eruption because the hotter the magma, the more runny it is.


Rising magma forced up as the result of plate tectonics, gravity, or what have you places incredible pressure on sides of the volcano and causes it to bulge. When the pressure becomes too great and the volcano rips open to release the pressure, an eruption begins.


Not a bomb in the usual sense- lava bombs are globs of lava formed inside of a volcano- blown out by the force of an eruption.


In my opinion either an earthquake or a volcano eruption both have sheer destructive force..hope this helps


Factors that determine the force of an eruption are magma viscosity and gas content.


A volcano erupts when enough pressure builds up inside of it to unplug it's crater. The stronger the plug, the more force is needed to expel it, which results in a more violent eruption. Also, the stickiness of the lava is a factor. The more sticky the lava, the stronger the eruption.


the World's smallest active volcano is the taal volcano with 33 eruptions recorded since 1592. There's still a LEVEL ALERT 1 in force. Famous for having an island in a lake, on an island in a lake! Current death toll from eruptions 5000 to 6000.


The explosive eruption has got to be powerful enough to create an eruption column (a Jet of hot gas and magma particles). This is shot into the atmosphere by the force of the eruption but the weight of the stuff in the eruption column is so great that it collapses back down on itself under gravity and runs down the sides of the volcano as a pyroclastic flow.


The magma rises because it is under pressure and is usually less dense than the surrounding rock. When it gets close to the surface expanding gasses can make an eruption explosive.


A Volcano can be a Constructive Force because, A Constructive Force builds new features on Earth's surface.


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The concentration of silica and water content in magma influence the force with which it is ejected from a volcano. The higher the levels of water and other gasses as well as the more silica it contains, the more explosive the eruption will be.


no, it is a shield volcano that is a constructive force


Inertia will not be affected when "net" or "net force" is zero.


Subic Bay Naval Base and Clark Air Force Base were in the Philippines, but closed shortly after Mount Pinatubo volcano eruption severely damaged both bases.


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