Earth Sciences

What is the difference between a seismogram and a seismograph?
Without a seismograph, there would be no seismogram. A seismograph detects movement in the Earth's crust, translating that...
How Long Does It Take for a Volcano to Form?
It takes a minimum of a few thousand years for a volcano to form. On average, most volcanoes take 10,000 to 15,000 years...
How Are Thunderstorms and Tornadoes Related?
Tornadoes emerge from thunderstorms. Thunderstorms result in a lot of heat and energy. If updrafts are strong enough, these...
How Long Does a Volcano Take to Erupt
Volcanoes are mountains that are capable of erupting when enough pressure builds up beneath them. Volcanoes can erupt for...
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