How Do Volcanoes Effect the Environment?


Volcanic eruptions produce a number of toxic gases which can damage the environment. Gases typically produced during a volcanic eruption include hydrogen sulphide, hydrogen chloride, hydrogen fluoride, carbon monoxide and volatile metal chlorides.
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In the area around the eruption, there is much rain, thunder, and lightning. Also it effects the climate worldwide by causing decreased temperatures and decreased sunlight.
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