There Are multiple volcanoes along the ring of fire. (along the pacific coast)
the galapagos islands
volcanoes provide geothermal energy which besides being great for spas and recreation is used as a of hot water in some areas of the world
Areas where stray volcanoes are located are called 'Hot Spots' such as the volcanoes located on the Hawaian islands
There are active volcanoes along the Gakkel Ridge areas of the Arctic Ocean.
they are not associated with epicenters...!!(: ENJOY.
Pumice can be found around areas of volcanoes that have, or are, producing ejected felsic, frothy lava. Areas surrounding subduction volcanoes are good candidates for the discovery of pumice.
they cause some of the biggest waves and cause tons of damage to builinds and areas but a volcano is safer
Yes, there are volcanoes in most desert areas of the world. Most are extinct, some are dormant and a few are active. I live in the Chihuahuan Desert and just a short drive from my home (30 minutes) there is an ancient volcanic field with hundreds of extinct volcanoes.
One of the most active areas for volcanoes found under the sea is known as Pacific Rim of Fire. This area has many volcanoes that could have a devastating effect if they erupt on areas including the Philippines.
It is possible but unlikely, as few areas are subject to the formation of new volcanoes on human timescales. Some cities are, however, built near volcanoes and could be endangered by future eruptions.
Since Mars lacks plate tectonics, the volcanoes were probaly formed by hot spots. These are areas where extra hot mantle material wells up and collects beneath the crust where some of it melts and rises through the crust to form volcanoes.
There are no volcanoes in Barbados
You can practically see them in Hawaii, the Galapagos, Iceland, and some areas of the East African Rift.
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No because there are some volcanoes that have a lava flow but no explosions. There are some that are extinct volcanoes or sleeping.
Yes, the country of Argentina has volcanoes. There are a total of 35 volcanoes in Argentina, some of which are active and some that are extinct.
Underground volcanoes don't erupt as much as aboveground volcanoes and some of the volcanoes are extinct.
some volcanoes are extinct and some still erupt
Some Volcanoes erupt while some don't because there are alot of different volcanoes but they all do the same thing.
Hot spot volcanoes are areas where magma from deep within the mantle melts through the crust above it.