What does volcanic earthquake mean?
A volcanic earthquake is an earthquake, or shaking of the crust, that is related to volcanic activity. Most often these earthquakes are triggered by molten rock moving underground.
A tectonic earthquake occurs because of the shaking of the crustal plates while a volcanic earthquake happens because of the volcanic activity.
volcanic earthquake - caused by volcanic eruptions tectonic earthquake - caused by the movements of the earth's crust
If 'things' mean geological disasters: Earthquakes Volcanic eruptions Tsunamis (result of underwater earthquake) If 'things' mean geological features: Volcanic belts Volcanic arcs Oceanic trenches
Tectonic earthquake volcanic earthquake and artificial earthquake
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
How are tectonic and volcanic earthquakes differ?
tectonic earthquakes- shifting and moving of crustal plates volcanic earthquakes-earthquake caused by a volcanic activity/eruption
the different kinds of earthquake are the : 1.TECTONIC EARTQUAKE 2.ARTIFICIAL EARTHQUAKE 3.VOLCANIC EARTHQUAKE
There was a tsunami, but it was triggered by a volcanic eruption, not an earthquake.
the earthquake caused a volcanic eruption
The 2 kinds of earthquake are tectonic earthquake and volcanic earth quake
because a volcanic eruption happens after an earthquake
the ring of fire
tectonic and volcanic earthquake
A volcanic eruption can cause an earthquake and an earthquake underwater can cause a tsunami.
volcanic eruption occurs due to the earthquake in the land of sea
volcanic means results from a volcanic activity and tectonic occurs when rocks of the earth crust break due to the movement of plates
They occur because of nature. Volcanic eruptions signal off an earthquake because normally a volcanic eruption and an earthquake are on a fault line/edge of a tectonic plate.
You get tsunamis from one in three things volcanic eruption Earthquake Land slides, The most common is a earthquake
in the south
a change in earthquake activity
Titonic and Volcanic
An underwater earthquake or volcanic eruption
because it is
what causes volcanic action is an earthquake that is happening pushes magma out of the magma chamber and out of the volcano that is erupting.
One event that could be a signal of a possible volcanic eruption is if there is an earthquake near or around the area.
tectonic plates moving causeing plates to fold and fault causes volcanic eruption and earthquakes
Because the volcano shakes the ground.
an earthquake , extreme pressure under the volcano
ring of fire
because it is near the fault
it is divided by an earthquake maybe or volcanic eruptions...
a zone where volcanic activity or earthquake etc. is happening
Mud Slides, tsunami, volcanic erruptions
A rockslide, a volcanic eruption or a tsunami
Volcanic activity, earthquake.
Yes. There is normally some level of earthquake associated with a volcanic eruption. It can be mild or a major quake.
The island exploded in 1883, killing approximately 40,000 people. It was not an earthquake, but rather a volcanic event.
the Kobe earthquake wasn't caused by a volcanic explsion, yes it occured at a destructive plate margine where the phillipine plate subducted under the eurasian plate but no vulcanism occured, the friction caused by the subduction caused the earthquake which has been identified to have a strike slip mechanism
The easiest way to distinguish between volcanic ash and volcanic dust particles is to compare their?
The easiest way to distinguish between volcanic ash and volcanic dust particles is to compare their diameter. Seismographs can be useful in predicting volcanic eruptions because they measure earthquake activity.
Plate tectonics and Continental drift
tsunamis and sometimes volcanic eruptions
non volcanic mountains an earthquake
An earthquake is a sudden and violent shaking of the ground, it is caused by movements within the earth's crust or volcanic action.
A tectonic earthquake is when two land masses or tectonic plates push together so hard that they grind together causing vibrations (earthquake) along the fault line where the plates meet. A volcanic earthquake would be when lava is pushed up thru the volcano due to high pressures below the earth. I'm no expert tho
Hawaii was formed by centuries of volcanic magma boiling out. Hawaii and it's sister Islands are active volcanoes.
different types of earthquakes are tectonic, volcanic, and collapse earthquakes.
Flood, earthquake, hurricane, volcanic erruption.