What Are the Effects of Volcanoes?


Volcanoes are hazardous to wildlife and humans as they are associated with calamities and destruction. Some of the effects are that many people are killed and a large number of people are forced to desert their homes and land forever.
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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.
Some might think of only the bad affects that a volcano might have. These would include landslides, ash in the air and life that would be in the way to come to an end. Some good effects are natural glass, ash can help soil and you can get copper and nickel from volcanic rock.
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