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Krakotoa lava was known to be made of dacite or rhyolite. This explains the magnitude of the eruption. I hope this helped. :)
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. Pillow lava is basaltic, low-viscosity lava. Krakatoa is a stratovolcano with a style of ereuption more characteristic of high-viscosity andesitic lava.
Krakatoa was on the island of Krakatoa. There is now a new island called Anak Krakatau.
Mt Krakatoa isn't in a city it's on an island called........Krakatoa
Yes, of course Krakatoa has a pyroclastic flow. Every volcano has an pyroclastic flow, which can travel up to at huge speeds. Krakatoa's pyroclastic flow raced an amazing 200 mph over 20 miles of open sea. Yes Krakatoa has pyroclastic flows but not all volcanoes produce pyroclastic flows, only Mt. St. Helens type volcanoes usually composed of andesite. Kilauea for example does not produce pyroclastic flows because it is composed of basalt, the lava flows out easily.
Is mt kraktoa a famos volcano
Yes. The majority of the deaths from the eruption of Krakatoa were from a tsunami.
Krakatoa is not associated with a hot spot. It is associated with a subduction zone.
Neither. Krakatoa mostly produces ash and pumice rather than lava flows. Those lava flows that do occur are block lava flows, indicating material more viscous than a'a or pahoehoe.