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MOUNT. FROSTY

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on 21 November 2013

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Transcript of MOUNT. FROSTY

IMPORTANT FACTS
MOUNT. FROSTY
LOCATION
is it dormant,extinct,or active?
frosty volcano is currenty dorment
when was frosty's last eruption?
what type of volcano is it?
frosty volcano is a strato volcano
Frosty is the youngest volcano of 2 large volcanic structures in the Cold Bay volcanic complex.
frosty's last eruption is unknown.
Mount Frosty is located in the Alaska Peninsula in the Cold Bay volcanic complex
INTERESTING FACTS
It is the 1256 highest mountain(volcano)
Frosty's snow melt feeds Russel Creek
WHAT IS MOUNT FROSTYS SIZE?
Its size is height:6299ft
diameter:12 1/25
the sides of the volcano are not to hike on they are very dangerous
CAN FROSTYS ERUPTIONS BE PREDICTED?
scientest cant predict eruptions but they can see the signs of when it will erupt
I enjoyed learning about volcanos because it was cool to see how the volcanos exploded,and how the volcanos afected people.
VOLCANOES
Volcanoes are an opening in the earth were lava,molten rocks,and other things shoot out from underneath the earths surface
Alaska Volcano Observatory." Alaska Volcano Observatory. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Nov. 2013.

CITATIONS
Frosty the Volcano Alaska." National Geographic. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Nov. 2013

"Frosty the Volcano." Global Volcanoism Program. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Nov. 2013.
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