What Are Volcanoes?
• A volcano is a landform (usually a mountain) where
molten rock erupts through the surface of the pla...
What do Volcanoes look like?
A volcano is a big mountain that has a big circle
hole at the top of the mountain.
After an e...
How do Volcanoes erupt?
• Volcanoes are formed when there is a great
pressure inside the earth’s crust and the force of
th...
What is the biggest Volcano
in New Zealand?
The biggest volcano in New Zealand is the Lake
Taupo volcano which is submerge...
What is the most dangerous
volcano in New Zealand?
• The most dangerous volcano in New Zealand is
Lake Taupo which last er...
How many volcanoes are
active in Auckland?
• There are 49 volcanoes in Auckland, but no one
knows how many volcanoes are a...
What are some of the latest
volcano eruptions?
• One of the latest volcano eruptions in the world
was the volcano in Indon...
New Zealand Volcano
Eruption Warnings
• An eruption is coming, warns GNS Science
volcanologist Dr Graham Leonard, and anyo...
What country has the most
volcanoes?
• Indonesia has the most volcanoes, by far. It is
really a special place because ther...
Diagram of a volcano.Diagram of a volcano.
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    1. 1. What Are Volcanoes? • A volcano is a landform (usually a mountain) where molten rock erupts through the surface of the planet. • In simple terms a volcano is a mountain that opens downward to a pool of molten rock (magma) below the surface of the earth. It is a hole in the Earth from which molten rock and gas erupt. • From: http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/Homework/mountains/
    2. 2. What do Volcanoes look like? A volcano is a big mountain that has a big circle hole at the top of the mountain. After an eruption a volcano is very grey/black/brown with red/yellow/orange lava around the top.
    3. 3. How do Volcanoes erupt? • Volcanoes are formed when there is a great pressure inside the earth’s crust and the force of the magma reaches so high that it finds its way upward causing an eruption. From: http://www.letusfindout.com/how-do-volcano- erupt/
    4. 4. What is the biggest Volcano in New Zealand? The biggest volcano in New Zealand is the Lake Taupo volcano which is submerged under water. The biggest active volcano in New Zealand is Mt. Ruapehu.
    5. 5. What is the most dangerous volcano in New Zealand? • The most dangerous volcano in New Zealand is Lake Taupo which last erupted in the year 186 and erupts approximately every 2000 years.
    6. 6. How many volcanoes are active in Auckland? • There are 49 volcanoes in Auckland, but no one knows how many volcanoes are active as they can erupt at anytime.
    7. 7. What are some of the latest volcano eruptions? • One of the latest volcano eruptions in the world was the volcano in Indonesia which has a death toll of 135. See more information at: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/south -asia/Toll-from-Indonesia-volcanic-eruptions- rises-to-135/articleshow/6884930.cms
    8. 8. New Zealand Volcano Eruption Warnings • An eruption is coming, warns GNS Science volcanologist Dr Graham Leonard, and anyone living pretty much north of Wellington should be prepared. For more information visit: http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/4317059/Erupt ion-threat-real-warns-expert • Also there is a volcano eruption warning on White Island. Visit: http://www.geonet.org.nz/volcano/index.html
    9. 9. What country has the most volcanoes? • Indonesia has the most volcanoes, by far. It is really a special place because there seem to be volcanoes all around, in all directions. Merapi (which means "mountain of fire") erupted in January 1994 and killed a few hundred people. • From: http://www2.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp? id=4886
    10. 10. Diagram of a volcano.Diagram of a volcano.

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