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Mt Fuji @ 12,389' the highest mtn in JP is located on Honshu Is.  An active stratovolcano that last erupted in 1707-08, Mt Fuji lies about 62 mi SW of Tokyo

Mt Fuji @ 12,389' the highest mtn in JP is located on Honshu Is. An active stratovolcano that last erupted in 1707-08, Mt Fuji lies about 62 mi SW of Tokyo

Stand Up Paddle Board Infographic for SUP

Suppen en Vrijgezellenfeest:"Kom varen en Suppen in Scheveningen" TIP

Mount Rainier- Mountain/Volcano series

Mount Rainier: Landmark is nation’s most potentially-dangerous volcano

Ball’s Pyramid, Australia - 15 Worlds Most Unusual Islands  Best of Web Shrine

Ball’s Pyramid, Australia - 15 Worlds Most Unusual Islands Best of Web Shrine

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Mount Nyiragongo is an active stratovolcano in the Virunga Mountains, associated with the Albertine Rift. It is located in Virunga National Park, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Its crater contains a lava lake. Since it has erupted at least 34 times.

Volcano Homework - my son's 5th grade project. Mauna Loa Volcano. Tons of clay, paint, a plastic water bottle, patience and time...very fun family project.

Volcano Homework - my son's 5th grade project. Mauna Loa Volcano. Tons of clay, paint, a plastic water bottle, patience and time...very fun family project.

Pyroclastic flows at Mayon Volcano - They are a fast-moving current of hot gas and rock (collectively known as tephra), which reaches speeds moving away from a volcano of up to 700 km/h (450 mph).[2] The gas can reach temperatures of about 1,000 °C (1,830 °F). Pyroclastic flows normally hug the ground and travel downhill, or spread laterally under gravity. Their speed depends upon the density of the current, the volcanic output rate, and the gradient of the slope. They are a common and…

Pyroclastic flows at Mayon Volcano - They are a fast-moving current of hot gas and rock (collectively known as tephra), which reaches speeds moving away from a volcano of up to 700 km/h (450 mph).[2] The gas can reach temperatures of about 1,000 °C (1,830 °F). Pyroclastic flows normally hug the ground and travel downhill, or spread laterally under gravity. Their speed depends upon the density of the current, the volcanic output rate, and the gradient of the slope. They are a common and…

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