No. The Hawaiian islands are shield volcanoes.
Volcanoes shot out magma which cooled down to make the Hawaiian Islands.
They are shield volcanoes
It is thought that volcanoes formed the Hawaiian islands.
They are called Shield Volcanoes.
Volcanoes formed the Hawaiian Islands over millions and millions of years.
From undersea volcanoes.
Yes. The Hawaiian Islands were formed by hot spot volcanoes.
The Hawaiian islands were formed by shield volcanoes. However, cinder cones are also present on top of some of them.
over millions of years of earupting volcanoes formed the hawaiian islands
The Aleutian Islands, Canary Islands, Hawaiian Islands,I think it was Hawaii.
The Hawaiian islands were formed by volcanoes over a 'hot spot' in the Earth's Pacific plate. This process still continues and is responsible for the volcanoes in the national park.
The Hawaiian volcanoes can form cinder cones, however the type of volcano they are classified as is shield volcano due to their broad sloping sides and the ability for their lava to flow.No. The Hawaiian islands are shield volcanoes.
there beuatilful and are awsome
They were all produced by volcanoes.
No. The Hawaiian islands were created by volcanoes, but these volcanoes are not the type produce to the massive caldera forming eruptions such as the ones that destroyed Thera and Krakatoa.
The entire Hawaiian Islands chain was formed by volcanoes, but the only currently active volcanoes are on the Big Island of Hawai'i. So islands such as Maui, Oahu, Lanai, Kauai, and Molokaii are all inactive volcanoes.