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Watch the video above to find out how to make a volcano model from household items, then stand back and watch it erupt. Read on for written instructions and to discover more about volcanoes. How to make an erupting volcano model For the volcano model: Two A3 sheets of card; 200 ml plastic bottle; Pencil; Scissors; Tape; Paint and paintbrushes; For the eruption: Small bowl; Cup; 1 tbsp.
The Banda Api volcano found in Indonesia is one of the world’s fissure vent volcanoes. In 1988, a fissure on the island that led from north to south-southwest erupted on 9 May, causing both a release of lava and explosive activity along the path of the fissure. The north-side fissure’s vents released large eruption plumes that were full of ash. In addition, the lava flow from the volcano.
Draw and label a diagram showing the earths structure. Figure 2.1.4: Structure of the Earth. Tectonic Plates. Plate Movement. The earths crust is broken into different sections which are slowly moving about. Convection currents in the mantle distribute the heat from the core. This movement drags the plates in different directions and is responsible for earthquakes and volcanoes. Over millions.
Extra Hot Challenge: draw a labelled diagram to show tectonic plates colliding or rubbing against one another and write a short explanation of how this causes natural disasters such as volcanic eruptions, tsunamis and earthquakes.
Volcano, Components, Magma Chamber, Lava, Magma This worksheet covers the basics behind a volcano, namely covering its main components and key definitions. Resources.
The composition of the lava determines the shape of the final volcano. Volcanoes also throw out ash, steam, dust, pumice, and gases, which can be poisonous. However it is the lava that mainly helps to shape the volcano.There are three main volcanic cones: acid lava cones, composite cones and basic lava cones. Acid cone volcanoes are steep sided due to the fact that the lava is thick and acidic.
Volcanoes form when magma that sits within the earths mantle (magma reservoir) and works its way up to the surface. When it erupts from being at the surface, lava flows and ash deposits over the surrounding areas. If a volcano continues to erupt, it will grow and grow into a larger volcano! Label our Volcano Diagram to understand the different.