Volcano Update #1

Eruption Classifications - Volcanoes, Craters & Lava Flows (U.S. National Park Service)Image: National Park Service

 

Introduce us to your volcano! Give us at least three pieces of information about it such as where it is located, when it last erupted, how tall it is, what kind of plate boundary it is on, etc.

27 Responses

  1. LONI says:

    My VULcano’s name is, Vulcano, and it resides in Italy. The last time it erupted was extremely hard to figure out due to all the mixed up reports about it, but the official one was all the way back in 1890CE. It’s height is a yay bit taller than me at with about 1640ft, and Vulcano is a Stratovolcano!

  2. reid says:

    Semisopochnoi is an active volcano in Alaska. Semisopochnoi is on the islands of Alaska. When I zoomed in, it is on a small island labeled Alaska Maritime. The island has a river going through it and a lake in the middle. The island also has a small mountain range on it.
    Semisopochnoi has been at a low-level eruption for about a week with some small earthquakes. The highest elevation on the island is 4,006 feet. Semisopochnoi is a stratovolcano says volcano.si.edu. Other websites say Caldera also but they say it is made of several different types.

  3. Tianna says:

    Mt Saint Helens is located in the state of Washington. It last erupted in 1980. The landslide just before the eruption is the largest landslide in the world.

  4. Nolan says:

    My volcano is Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha’apai. Its last eruption was in January 2021. It created a tsunami that was 90 meters high. My volcano was thought to have formed around this time period 1040–1180 CE.

  5. emanuel says:

    I chose the hit, critically acclaimed burger/volcano, Barrier.
    Now, Barrier is a volcano that is mostly shield, pretty cool.
    And it is very tall at 3386 feet, that’s taller than a pickle on a stilt in the empire state building. & Its last known eruption was in 1921 CE. Thank you for your time, it’s mine now, I own it.

  6. Nia says:

    This volcano is called Erta-ale. It is in northern Ethiopia right on a transform boundary. Erta-ale is a shield volcano with only 613m elevation, it is a very large volcano but not very tall. The last time it erupted was in 2022 but it didn’t cause much damage. It has two active lava lakes.

  7. Mariah says:

    Mauna Kea is a shield volcano located in North-central Hawaii island. This volcano is standing at 13,796 feet and about 30 miles wide, making it the tallest mountain in the Hawaii chain. This volcano formed about 0.8 million years ago.

  8. lillie says:

    Hokkaido-Komagatake is in Japan. Komagatake last erupted on 25 October 1998. Komagatake is 1,133m tall.

  9. Liana says:

    Kilauea is located near the Southern shore of Hawaii. The plate boundary is the Pacific Tectonic plate over the Hawaiian hotspot. It last euruped in September, 29th, 2021.

  10. Kyo says:

    Azufre is located in Chile just west of the Bolivian border. This volcano reaches a height of 5,846 meters or 19,180 feet. Azufre is one of the largest volcano’s in the area of Chile.

  11. Cyra says:

    Mount Fuji is located in central Honshu, Japan. Fuji is a perfectly symmetrical cone shape. Fuji is the tallest volcano in Japan.

  12. Aiden says:

    Its name is Yellowstone, located in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, pretty a big park surrounding it too, the last eruption was like 70k years ago, but it is still active, although it doesn’t look like much it’s still dangerous if it erupted in prolly kill bunches of people.

  13. Jazmine says:

    The Little Sitkin Volcano is on the Western Islands called Aleutian, in Alaska, and it is a Stratovolcano type of volcano. It is also from The late Pleistocene age.

  14. Joey says:

    Mauna Loa is the largest active volcano. Mauna Loa’s last eruption was April 15th 1984. Muana Loa is currently under the advisory status.

  15. David says:

    My volcano is named Mount Adams. It’s in the Cascade range in Washington. Mount Adams hasn’t erupted in 1000 years. From what we know, it’s about 520,000 years old.

  16. Riley says:

    The Ebeko (Эбеко) volcano in the Kuril islands of russia it is a highly active volcano in the northern end of Paramushir island on kuril. it is one of the most active volcanos of the kuril area. it has had 11 eruptions between 1793 and 1991.

  17. Katrina says:

    My volcano is Mount Adatara, This volcano is located 53 km from Fukushima city in Japan. The last known eruption was 1996. The summit of this volcano is a lava dome and a lava dome is a mound of viscous lava which has been extruded from a volcanic vent.

  18. Jakai says:

    The Kick ’em Jenny volcano is a submarine volcano that was found in 1939. Kick ’em Jenny was also found near Grenada and is also associated with a subduction zone.

  19. olivia says:

    Mount Aso volcano in Japan, erupted on October 20, 2021 and emitted a giant column of ash about thousands of meters into the sky. Mount Aso is the largest active volcano in Japan and one among the largest across the world. Aso Volcano is located in central Kyushu, southwestern Japan

  20. hannah says:

    My volcano is Irazu, and its in Costa Rica. It last erupted 4 years ago, the wind and volcano activity conspires to give the effect of moonscape. The Irazu volcano is at least 854,000 years old.

  21. jonah says:

    Volcano Abu is a dormant volcano and has not erupted since the BCE era. This volcano is located near japan and was not gonna erupted again. Its height is 2103 feet in the air. That is how volcano Abu was created.

  22. Tashauna says:

    My volcano name is Nipesotsu-Maruyama. It last erupted in 1898. It is about 6,604 ft and 2,013 m. The volcano is a Stratovolcano. It’s located in Hokkaido, Japan.

  23. calvin says:

    Kell Volcano has been a row for 10,000 years end Kell Volcano has not had a rapid Elevation:2953 ft
    Kell Volcano hit 3,00041.

  24. mitchell says:

    Sakurajima is located in a place called Kagoshima Prefecture, In Kyushu Japan. Its most recent eruption was in 2013. It is an active volcano. It’s active because of a steady stream of lava filling its vents causing eruptions.

  25. akira says:

    The Santa Maria volcano Is Located In Northern Guatemala. The First Eruption Was October 1902, The Last Eruption Was August 22 2113.

  26. Maliah says:

    Muy mountain is located in Yamanashi and Shizuoka ken of central Honshu Japan, about 60 miles 100 km
    west of the Tokyo-Yokohama metropolitan area.It’s 12,388′
    that’s how tall

  27. shellbee says:

    Grímsvötn
    It has the highest eruption out of all volcanoes in ice land.
    200 mile thick icecap “crazy cool”.
    It is still active. there is a video or something the i seen that was happening this week like it is getting hotter or something I can’t really remember much

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