What are the effects of a volcano?

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Some of the effects of a volcano include changing the weather and causing rain, thunder as well as lightning. The first moving lava can also cause death and destruction to property. They also provide nutrients to the surrounding soils thus making crops flourish.
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Volcanoes are mountains that have holes in them. These holes act as vents for the earth. Volcanoes expel lava, steam, and ashes continuously or at irregular intervals. You can find
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lava and death.
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Volcanoes produce ash that consists of fine particles of minerals and rocks. The ash falls over everything in its path including uncovered water. If the water is part of the drinking
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nothing really. some possitive affects are that the town that maybe was near it would become a top tourist attraction and the volcano itself would become famous. also it makes very
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Volcanoes are openings in the Earth's crust that allows hot magma, ash and gases to escape. Eruptions can to cause air pollution, environmental and property damage and affect temperature and climate patterns.
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