S: Vicious Volcano's
FC: Vicious Volcanoes | by Chelsie Kerry Jessica
1: Table of Contents page 1: Table of contents page 2: Wonders of Nature page 3: Science Study of Volcanoes page 4:How and Where page 5: How and Where continued page 6: Examples ofDestruction page 7: Picture Page page 8: Types of Volcanoes page 9: Lava page 10: Resources page 11: Credits
2: Wonders of Nature It was a nice clear day until Madison Pettis heard a loud BOOM. In shock, she ran outside to see what the loud BOOM was. The BOOM was a vicious volcano, which she thought was a marvelous mountain.
3: Volcanologists have devices that take a volcano's pulse. There are vents in volcanoes. Many people study craters from volcanoes. Volcanoes are so high that you can catch altitude sickness. | Science Study Of Volcanoes
4: How & Where | The volcano releases heat before it erupts. The gases help the volcano erupt.Volcanoes can be any where. A volcano is an opening of the Earth's surface. Most volcanoes are found mostly on edges of tectonic plates. The volcano has three main parts. The volcanic, chimney, and the magma. The United States is home to more volcanoes than other country. Earthquake patterns help the scientists predict when a volcano might erupt.
5: A volcano is liquid inside of the Earth. The Ring of Fire is a gathering of volcanoes in the Pacific Ocean. Some eruptions make craters. There are two types of volcanoes: Pissure and Central | Twenty volcanoes can erupt at the same time around the world. There are over 500 volcanoes still active around the world. Some volcanoes erupt under sea, Some of the Earth's volcanoes made beautiful mountains. Most volcanoes are mountains.
6: Krakatoa erupted in 1883 killing 36,000 people. The eruption was the loudest known sound. In Pompeii, Italy, no one knew that Mt. Vesuvius was a volcano. The eruption killed many people. It's possible that a volcano in Japan erupted during a storm. Mount Pelee killed over 30,000 people. Mauhna Loa is the biggest volcano in Hawaii. The lava destroys houses in Hawaii. | Examples of Destruction
8: Types of volcanoes | There are three classifications for volcanoes: Dormant, Extinct, and Active. A dormant volcano is active but is ''sleeping,'' and could erupt sometime. An extinct volcano is ''dead'' and will not erupt again. An active volcano is ''living'' and still erupts from time to time.
9: Lava | Lava pours out like rivers of fire, down the side of a volcano, rather than violent eruptions. When magma reaches the surface it is called lava. Some types of lava makes good soil and fertilizer. Many volcanoes bring gold and diamonds. As each eruption occurs over time the volcano gets larger.
10: RESOURCES | Pictures from bing images .com Restless Places: Volcanoes by Vincent Bunce Read About Volcanoes by Jen Green Probing Volcanoes by Laurie Lindop Devastated by a volcano by Stephen Person Natural Disasters volcanoes Luke Thompson Volcanoes byMichele Drohan Volcanoes by Cari Meister note taking experience Mrs. J
11: Credits | Producers, Chels Parsons Jessica Swafford Kerry Sharp We couldn't do this without Mrs. J. She was a big help with all of this.