May 10, 2013
Mount Adams is one of the largest volcanoes of the Cascade Range at 3,742 meter high.
Mount Adams is a stratovolcano type volcano with the most recent eruption being 3,500 years
ago. The following information
Volcano Monitoring and Hazard Mitigation
Volcanoes rarely erupt without warning. In fact, the majority of volcanoes give clear signals
of a imminent eruption. We only have to look for the warning signs (monitoring) and do
what we can to reduce
Continuing Lesson 4 from notebook
The shield-building stage is when almost all of the mass of a Hawaiian volcano is
built (probably >95%).
Eruptions in this stage are sometimes broken up into 5 distinct phases that
Environmental Impact of Your Grocery Bag: Paper Vs. Plastic
Interpretation (25 words)
Plastic bag bans prevail nationwide, attempting to create a more sustainable habitat.
Unfortunately, environmental impacts of paper bag production presents repercussions
Origins of volcanoes, Magma and lava, eruptions
YBP-years before present
Hy or Ka-thousands of years
My or Ma-millions of years
Historic times-since written records.
Pyroclasts-solid things tossed out of volcanoes
Why live nea
Middle School Teacher
Work with children to understand the hazards and history of Mt. Hood.
Explain how to react in an emergency situation
Send home informational flyers and hazard map of Mt. Hood
Give students homework involving p
At 14,410 feet, Mount Rainier is the highest mountain of the Cascades,
formed by the subduction of the Juan de Fuca plate on the western coast of the
United States. There have been 3 large lahars (landslides of volcanic material) in
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At 14,410 feet, Mount Rainier is the highest mountain of
the Cascades, formed by the subduction of the Juan de
Fuca plate on the western coast of the United States.
There have been 3 large lahars (landslide