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Special Volcano Research Areas

1.   Name of your volcano.    
      Height.

2.   Location of volcano in the world. 
      Continent
      Country

3.   Is volcano active / inactive (dormant)?    
      Explain

4.   Last eruption date

5.  Type of volcano (composite/stratovocano, cinder
      cone, shield).
      Explain

6.   What happened to the environment around the
       volcano after it last erupted?
7.   What could you teach a child in elementary
      school about your volcano?
 

Special Volcano Research Links

Global Volcanism Program - (Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History) - volcanoes of the world database

US Volcanoes - (USGS Vocano Hazards Program)

This Dynamic Planet - World Map of Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Impact Craters, and Plate Tect

 

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