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Mt.Kilauea By: William Boyes and Chris Clark Bibliography http://kilauealavaflowmount.files.wordpress.com/2008/03/eruption1.jpg
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http://ak1.picdn.net/shutterstock/videos/210868/preview/stock-footage-red-question-mark-bouncing-seamless-looping.jpg What Type Of Volcano is Mt.Kilauea? Mt. Kilauea is a shield volcano. What Is A Shield Volcano? A shield volcano is a volcano that is usually made up of fluid lava flows. They also can be more dangerous than other volcano's because not only do they spray up lava, they release lava from the sides. What Type of Lava Flows from Shield Volcanoes? Shield volcanoes are made of thin basalt lava flows. Where is Mt. Kilauea? Mt. Kilauea is in Hawaii. How Tall is Mt.Kilauea? Mt. Kilauea is 4,091 feet tall. What is the Width of
Mt. Kilauea? Mt.Kilauea is 2 miles wide. What Is The Radius of Mt .Kilauea? The radius is 1,908 feet. Is Mt. Kilauea Active? You tell me. Kilauea is located on Hawaii's largest island. Shield volcanoes are one of the four major types of Volcanoes. Shield volcanoes lava allows gas to flow out readily making explosive eruptions rare. How Mt.Kilauea Is Represented In Stories, Songs, And Legends According to legends, the Goddess of Fire, Pele, is known to live inside of Mt.Kilauea. It is said that if you don't believe in or take lava samples you will find yourself in the middle of Pele's wrath.



Mt. Kilauea is dangerous, but Johnny Cash knows where it's at. History of Mt.Kilaueas Eruptions The first eruption was in 1790, this eruption killed 80 people. In 1960, Kapoho erupted destroying Kapoho Village, damaging Koa'e Village, and collapsing Kilaueas summit. Then in 1975 the volcano created a 7.2 earthquake and tsunami. Kilauea then destroyed a community center in Kalapana in 1989. Kilauea has been erupting ever since. Advantages and Disadvantages of Living Near Mt. Kilauea. The advantages of living near Mt. Kilauea are tourism, fertile ground because of the ash, obsidian and other gems, geothermal energy (heat from the Earth), and the island is always growing.
The disadvantages are deaths, land destroyed, ash, lava, and it makes people scared, so not a lot of population. Thank You for Listening Any Questions http://www.voki.com/pickup.php?scid=7877008&height=400&width=300 Check It Out! https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1_a5j27gYw1P04GVNrV_92pbxeBWBGm7CymM_nf7gVkc/edit#slide=id.gdd97d846_028 https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1_a5j27gYw1P04GVNrV_92pbxeBWBGm7CymM_nf7gVkc/edit#slide=id.gdd97d846_023
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