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Types of Volcanoes

There's a Composite volcano, or a strato- volcano, a Cinder Cone volcano, and a Shield volcano.
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Taylor Kehn

on 11 October 2012

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Strato volcano Cinder Cone volcanoes Shield Volcanoes Volcanoes This is a volcano from a satilite. how volcanoes affect the lithosphere The hydrosphere. all types of water on earth. How volcanoes effect the hydrosphere. pollution- ash volcanoes effect lithosphere.
* burning wild life
* causeing forest fires volcanoes help lithosphere.
* making more land -pollution gets in the fresh water
-there is less drinking water VEI -measured on the richter scale -scale ranges from 1-10 -measurment 1 if classified as this volcano hurt and help the lithosphere. -less than 10,000 cunic meters of material. -100-1,000 meters high classification of 2 -greater than 1,000,000 cunic meters of material -1-5 kilometers high Classification of 3 -greater than 10,000,000 cunic meters of material -3 to 15 kilometers high classification of 4 -10-25 kilometers high -greater than .1 cubic kilometers of material Classification of 5 -20 to 35 kilometers high
-greater than 1 cubic kilometer of
material Classification of 6 -greater than 10 cubic kilometers of material
-greater than 30 kilometers high Classification of 7 -greater than 100 cubic kilometers of material.
-greater than 40 kilometers high Classification of 8 -greater than 1,000 cubic kilometers of material
-greater than 50 kilometers high. Atmosphere http://www.text2mindmap.com/hWaf9U gasses that surround the earth how do volcanoes affect the atmosphere short term- more rain long term- warmer temperatures small eruption- smaller impact large eruption- larger impact Dust can block sun lava flow can absorb solar energy co2 hits abundant water , changes to sulfuric acid droplets or aerosols aerosols- small particles in the air Do volcanoes increase or decrease
temperatures on Earth?
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