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Maddy Overend

on 27 January 2014

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Transcript of VOLCANOES :)

Mount St. Helens is an active
volcano found in Skamania County, Washington, United States of America. Its last eruption was on July 10, 2008. It's elevation is 2,550 meters.
Cotopaxi is a
volcano in the Andes Mountains, in South America. It is the second highest peak in the country, at 5,897 meters, and is one of the highest
volcanoes in the world.
South America
Mount Vesuvius is a
Volcano in Italy, It is one of several volcanoes which form the Campanian Volcanic Arc. It's Last eruption was in 1944, and it's elevation is 1,281.
Mount Vesuvius
The Campanian volcanic arc is a volcanic arc that has active, dormant, and extinct volcanoes in the area of Italy
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Campanian volcanic arc!
Mount Fuji
Mount Fuji, is found on Honshu Island, Japan. It is the highest mountain in Japan at 3,776 meters. It was an active
Volcano that last erupted around 1707-1708. You can see it from the city of Tokyo on a clear day.
Santa María Volcano is a large active
volcano in Guatemala, close to the city of Quetzaltenango. It's last eruption only 8 years ago in 2006. It's highest peak is 3,772 meters.
Santa María
Composite Volcanoes
Shield Volcanoes
A composite volcano, also known as a stratovolcano, is a cone shaped volcano built up by many layers of hardened lava.
Shield volcanoes are large volcanoes that are made almost entirely of fluid lava flows. It has it's name because it looks like a warrior's shield on the ground.
Alcedo Volcano is one of the six
volcanoes that make up Isabela Island in the Galapagos. The remote location of the volcano has meant that even the most recent eruption in 1993 was not recorded until two years later.
Alcedo Volcano
Belknap Crater is a
volcano in the U.S. state of Oregon. It elevation is 2,096 meters.
Belknap Crater
Mount Okmok is found on the eastern Aleutian Islands of Alaska, U.S.A. This is a large
Mount Okmok
Mount Marsabit
Marsabit is a
volcano in Kenya, Africa. It is located 170 km east of the town of Marsabit. It's elevation is 1,707 meters.
Mount Dama Ali is a
volcano in Ethiopia, on the shore of Lake Abbe.(shown above) It's elevation is 1,068 meters.
Mount Dama ali
Cinder cones
Cinder cone volcanoes are the most common kind of volcanoes. They are steep sided cones are smaller and simpler than composite volcanoes.
Lava Butte Volcano
Lava Butte is a
cinder cone
located in central Oregon, USA, between the towns of Bend, and Sunriver, Oregon. It's elevation is 1,531 meters.
Barren Island
Andaman Islands
Barren Island is a
cinder cone
and is found in the Andaman Sea, east of India and the Andaman Islands. It is the only discovered active volcano in South Asia. It's elevation is 354 meters and it last erupted in 2008.
Lvinaya Past is a
cinder cone
volcano found on Iturup Island, Russia. It's elevation is 528 meters.
Lvinaya Past
Twin Butte
The Twin Buttes is a two volcanic
cinder cones
located in the Cascade Mountain Range of Shasta County, California.
Mount fox
Mount Fox is a
cinder cone
located on Queensland, Australia. Mount Fox is famous for its volcanic crater. It's elevation is 120 meters.
Mount st. Helens
Mount St. Helens is an active stratovolcano located in Skamania County, Washington, U.S.A. Mount St. Helens erupted on May 18, 1980, at 8:32 a.m. Fifty-seven people were killed. 250 homes, 47 bridges, 24 kilometers of railways, and 298 kilometers of highway were destroyed. The cost of damage was around $2.77 billion in U.S. dollars. Although the eruption caused a lot of damage, the logging companies, took the forest wood that was blown by the explosion and ash. All the wood, made into lumber, could have made 85,000, three bedroom homes. Though that is a lot of forest destroyed. So about 18 million trees over 45,500 acres were planted by hand. And now Mount St. Helens is still beautiful! :)
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