What is a volcano? All about volcanoes.
VOLCANOES - and our planet. If you are looking for a better understanding of volcanoes you need to have some knowledge about the way the earth is changing, a short but interesting geology lesson follows. The earth is a planet orbiting the sun, a medium star in the Orion arm of the Milkyway galaxy. The sun has since provided a remarkably steady output. Around 4500 million years ago earth formed.
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Volcanoes teaches kids everything they would want to know about the explosive world of volcanoes. With beautiful photography, lively illustrations, and key curriculum information, the DKfindout! series will satisfy any child who is eager to learn and acquire facts - and keep them coming back for more!DKfindout! Volcanoes is packed with fun facts for kids, quizzes and amazing photography.
Unleash the Force of Top Trumps Volcanoes. Scientists use Top Trumps to unleash the power of volcanoes. Some of the planet’s most destructive natural phenomena will be appearing in living rooms across the country this Christmas as the Earth’s volcanoes are given the Top Trumps treatment. Fans of the iconic series will be able to pit the destructive forces of Krakatoa, Cotopaxi and Vesuvius.
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Volcanoes are caused by molten (liquid) rock called magma pushing up from deep down inside the Earth. The magma works its way up to the surface and then erupts through an opening on the Earth’s surface called a vent. Volcanoes can be active, dormant, or extinct. An active volcano is a volcano that is known to have erupted at least once in recorded history. A dormant volcano has not erupted.