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What Are Active Dormant and Extinct Volcanoes
An active volcano is one that still erupts and is usually found at the edges of the earth's plates, where new crust is...
Short and Long Term Effects of Mount St Helens?
In the short term, half of the north face of Mount St. Helens exploded, and all life around the mountain was destroyed...
A classification of dormant means a volcano that is not active or erupting right now but scientists think it could be active...
Wind Speed of a Tornado?
The wind speed of a tornado varies depending on what category it is. Speeds can range from less than 110 mph up to 300...
Difference between Parallels and Meridians?
What Does Isolated T Storms Means?
What Is the Recipe to Start the Development of a Hurricane
Cumulonimbus Clouds Facts?
What Are Pyroclastic Flows
What Does Radar Mean
A Name Commonly Used as a Synonym for the Ice Age Is?
Chicago Blizzard of 1967?
How Much Snow Fell in the Chicago Blizzard of 1967
Names of Ocean Waves?
What Volcanoes Have Erupted Recently
Hai Van Son?
What Is Van Morrison's Son Called
How Many Hurricanes Are There Per Year?
What Is an Isolated T Storm?
Famous Cinder Cone Volcanoes?
Difference between Thunder and Lightning?
Instrument Used to Measure Wind Speed?
Medium Sized Tephra?
What Is the Biggest Volcano in History
How Tall Is Jennifer Lopez
What Caused the Tangshan Earthquake?
What Are Intrusive Volcanic Landforms
Tornado Season in Alabama
How High Is Mt Vesuvius
Why Did the Soufriere Hills Volcano Erupt
Major Geologic Events in Triassic Period?
Compare and Contrast the Three Main Types of Volcanoes?
What Are the 3 Types of Volcanoes and Compare and Contrast Them
Meaning of Pag Ibig
What Is the Difference between a Twister and a Tornado?
What Is a Weather Map Line Called?
Use a Theodolite?
What Is the Definition of Meteorology
Jet Stream Position?
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