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Mark Lafond

on 15 April 2013

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Transcript of VULCANO

By Blake, Brandon, Mark, and Logan Vulcano Geographic Location Type of Volcano NEAREST CITY and
Major Hazard of Living
Near The Volcano Most Recent Eruption Distance Between Volcano
and Nearest city Materials Ejected Vulcano's location is 38.404 longitude, 14.962 latitude, or to put it in English, just off the coast of Italy on the most southern of the Aeolian islands. The volcano Vulcano is a complex stratovolcano, a volcano that has overlapped another with repeated eruptions of lava that harden and create a new volcano. The nearest city to Vulcano is Sicily, in Italy. Sicily's population in 2012 was 5,043,540 people. The most recent eruption was in 1890. It started on August 3, 1888, and didn't stop until 1890. Even though there were eruptions before 1890, this was the first to be described in detail by scientists. Also, because of this eruption a new term was created to describe this type of volcanic activity. Vulcanian, style of eruptions are known for the ash-laden gas that explodes out of the crater. Vulcano is 3,320 m or 10,890 ft
away from the nearest city Sicily. The materials ejected are Lava, ash, and many
different types of rock Citations
Volcano World
Ask.com Vulcano, is the second most dangerous volcano in Italy. The major hazard of living in the villas near this volcano is the shear proximity to the crater. The danger is not from lava flow, but from hydrothermal explosions.
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