Extreme volcanoes

by Farndon, John,

Format: Print Book 2017
Availability: Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies
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Moon Township Public Library Juvenile Non-Fiction J 551.3 FARN
Location  Moon Township Public Library
 
Collection  Juvenile Non-Fiction
 
Call Number  J 551.3 FARN
 
 
Northland Public Library Children's Nonfiction J 551.21 F23
Location  Northland Public Library
 
Collection  Children's Nonfiction
 
Call Number  J 551.21 F23
 
 
Summary

The molten rock just under Earth's solid crust sometimes erupts suddenly and violently, causing streams of red-hot lava and scorching high-speed avalanches called pyroclastic flows. Volcanoes can bury entire cities in ash, poison the air with suffocating gases, trigger earthquakes and tsunamis, and drastically alter our climate. Witness the world's most extreme volcanic disasters throughout history, from the Yellowstone supervolcano to Vesuvius and Krakatoa, and find out what could happen if they erupt again. Learn how volcanoes form, what causes them to erupt, and why the benefits may outweigh the dangers for the people who live near them. Discover the science and technology that could help volcanologists save lives by predicting future devastating explosions.

Additional Information
Series Farndon, John. When nature attacks.
Subjects Volcanoes -- Juvenile literature.
Natural disasters -- Juvenile literature.
Volcanoes.
Natural disasters.
Publisher Minneapolis :2017
Audience 008-012.
Grade 4 to 6.
Language English
Notes Includes index.
Description 32 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm.
ISBN 9781512432206
1512432202
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