How Do Volcanoes Form?

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Volcanoes form by pressure that builds up underneath the Earth's surface. The part in the inside of the Earth where this activity happens is called the mantle. You can find more information here: http://www.universetoday.com/guide-to-space/earth/what-are-volcanoes/
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How Volcanoes Work
How Volcanoes Work
Whenever there is a major volcanic eruption in the world, you'll see a slew of newspaper articles and nightly news stories covering the catastrophe, all stressing... More »
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The plates in the earth create friction that causes melted rock to seek the easiest escape route. The overflowing lava hardens with each flow creating the volcano.
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