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MT Nyiragongo

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mary bedard

on 17 December 2015

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Transcript of MT Nyiragongo

causality's & destruction
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Cause of disaster
Basic information
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- active
- type = stratovolcano
- elevation = 3470m
- last eruption = 2011 (exact date unknown)
- worst eruption = 2002 Jan. 17
- location = Democratic Republic of the congo

this eruption left 147 people dead.
47 injured
13% of the city was destroyed
12,000 to 15,000 homes
displaced hundreds of thousands of people
Background:
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Nyiragongo, located in the Western branch of the Rift Valley near Lake Kivu and the Congolese-Rwandese border, is one of the world's most active volcanoes. It is notorious for its lava lake and producing lateral eruptions with extremely fluid, fast-moving lava flows that repeatedly devastated areas around the volcano, such as the Goma desaster on January 2002, when a lava flow destroyed much of the city's commercial center and promted 200,000 people to flee.


Effects on the Environment
this eruption
date of eruption
this eruption happened Jan. 17 2002 in DR Congo
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Jan. 17 2002 eruption
MT Nyiragongo
MT Nyiragongo before eruption

information found from www.geo.arizona.edu
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