What caused Mount Etna to erupt?


Etna eruptions have been as result of change in structural stability of magma caused by tectonic movements. As of January 2012, Mount Etna in Italy was Europe's most active volcano. The mountain is 3,295m high.
Q&A Related to "What caused Mount Etna to erupt?"
It erupts because of the natural processes that take place. There are two main reasons for these eruptions to occur. One is the response of the volcano and its fracture systems to
they were all very terrified and angry as they didnt know where to go.
Some people say may 2007, April 2007, September 2007, october 2007 and some other people say 2008 of march and may. So i don't really know sorry. The answer varies. I read in an article
because the magma inside couldn't hold in much longer. because the magma inside couldn't hold in much longer.
1 Additional Answer
Mount Etna is an active stratovolcano in which eruptions are not always the same. Most volcano open downward to a pool of molten rock beneath the earth's surface therefore when pressure piles up, eruptions occur. Gases and rock get discharge through the opening and spill or fill the air with lava fragments. This may be one of the cause of Mount Etna eruptions.
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