about 45000 people died.
Yes. The majority of the deaths from the eruption of Krakatoa were from a tsunami.
As an active volcano, Mt Erebus has not caused any deaths.
Krakatoa erupted because it's walls ruptured letting sea water into the magma chamber.
Mt. Krakatoa is a composite volcano.
The Mt. Krakatoa has a basaltic magma
Mt Krakatoa is active. So dont climb up it.
Either is correct. Krakatoa, or Krakatau, is a volcano near the Indonesian island of Rakata in western Indonesia, and it is also referred to as Mt Krakatoa.
No. Krakatoa is a stratovolcano.
how many climbing have died on Mt Shasta
No. Krakatoa is associated with a subduction zone.
Krakatoa was on the island of Krakatoa. There is now a new island called Anak Krakatau.
This question is challenging to answer due to the ongoing volcanic activity continually redefining the surface shape of Mt. Krakatoa.
Mt. St. Helens Mt. Fuji Mt. Vesuvius Krakatoa
mt. rushmore, mt. vesuvius, mt. shasta, krakatoa,
There are many famous volcanoes around the world including Krakatoa, Mt. St. Helens, Kilauea, Mt. Lassen, Mt. Shasta, Mt. Vesuvius, etc...
Mt Krakatoa isn't in a city it's on an island called........Krakatoa
lots of animals were killed and many plants were burnt
There have been 77 recorded deaths. Hope this helps :)
Krakatoa is a composite volcano.
Krakatoa is not associated with a hot spot. It is associated with a subduction zone.
Is mt kraktoa a famos volcano
how many people visit the krakatao volcano per year
Mt. Vezuvious Mt stromboli Mt Ranier, Mt St Helens Mt Krakatoa
no people dont live near krakatoa because its to dangerous for any one to live there. there is too many risks of the volcanoa to erup again.
Krakatoa erupted because of A buildup of magma under the volcano and a letin of seawater
The elevation of Mt Krakatoa, or Krakatau, is 813m or 2,667 feet.
Make a model volcano. Put a picture of Krakatoa on the outisde. Boom, done.
It is a Strato Volcano.
it xploded and killed people
2,667 feet or 813 meters
More or less continuously.
Krakatoa has continued to erupt since the last massive explosion in 1883. It is an active volcano.
Mt. Krakatoa is classified as a Stratovolcano. Most volcanoes on earth share this volcano type, and are considered the most deadly as they kill more people than any other type of volcano.
I'm not sure, but i know it had MANY deaths!
april 29, 2000
yes there were up to 36,000 causalities!
It's a caldera... check wikipedia///
Most deaths were the result of mudflows or roofs collapsing under the weight of rain-soaked ash.
I'm pretty sure no one died
Everyone near the mountain died from the magma
Mt. Krakatau is a composite volcano.
nothing everything just died.
composite i think
Krakatoa, Vesuvius, Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Pinatubo etc. are some well known composite volcanoes.
847 deaths 184 injured 23 mssing
There were many many deaths the number was very high but it was over 9000 people have died on Mt.Fuji.
Two thirds of the island disappeared during the eruption.
There were no deaths from the 2008 eruption of Mount St. Helens.
Indonesia (6°6′27″S and 105°25′3″E)