Why Are Volcanoes so Important?


Volcanoes are important for cultural and scientific reasons. Culturally because of how it affects the lives of people who live near them by proving land masses, which have mineral rich soils for plantations and farmer's land for vegetation and crops to grow and scientifically because it helps scientists (volcanologists) who research on how and why they are formed.
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