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Mt. Etna

Drew Corrado

Madeleine Student

on 31 January 2013

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Drew Corrado VIVERE da Sicilia, Italia: "This is a video of Mt. Etna erupting" Bibliography Video: Mt. Etna It is the largest active volcano in Europe! It has been erupting for more than 500,000 years! The first eruption took place in 1500 B.C. www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjkWrvnhwXO Comments: etnalover123:
OMG! I <3 Etna! www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjkWrvnwhXO URL: http://www.ric.edu/faculty/ptiskus/etna/ ULTIME NOTIZIE: Mt. L'Etna ha eruttato nel 2013! (non proprio) Questo e un video del Monte. Etna in eruzione For Mt. Etna, dormant periods of time are very rare. Geologists believe that Mt. Etna is a strato volcano (composite.) Mt. Etna is always a threat to people who live in Sicily, Italy http://www.volcano.si.edu/world/volcano.cfm?vnum=0101-06= MEOW! It has been erupting for more than 500,000 years! The most prominent feature of Mt. Etna is probably the Valle del Bove (Valley of the Ox) Mt. Etna's last known eruption was in 2011. The highest point on Mt. Etna is about 3330 meters or 10,925 feet. The latitude of The mountain is about 37.734 degrees North. The longitude of Mt. Etna is about 15.004 degrees East. Mt. Etna is the largest volcano in Italy. Cinder cones are usually formed because of lower flank lava flows There are two different eruptive styles that occur on Mt. Etna Sometimes, there are explosive eruptions with very little to no lava emissions.
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