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Tall, cone-shaped mountains in which layers of lava alternate with layers of ash.
a) Cinder Cone Volcano b) Composite Volcano c) Shield Volcano d) Lava Plateau
A steep, cone-shaped hill or small mountain made of volcanic ash, cinders, and bombs piled up around a volcano’s opening.
a) Lava Plateau b) Shield Volcano c) Composite Volcano d) Cinder Cone Volcano
The hole left when a volcano collapses.
a) Pipe b) Crater c) Caldera d) Neck
A dead volcano that is unlikely to ever erupt again.
a) Erupting b) Active c) Extinct d) Dormant
A sleeping volcano that scientists expect to awaken in the future and become active.
a) Extinct b) Active c) Dormant d) Erupting
The mixture of hot gases, ash, cinders, and bombs that flow down the sides of a volcano when it erupts explosively.
a) Sill b) Hot Spot c) Lava Flow d) Pyroclastic Flow
A bowl-shaped area that may form at the top of a volcano around the central vent.
a) Crater b) Pipe c) Vent d) Magma
A material found in magma that forms from the elements oxygen and silicon.
a) Silica b) Dormant c) Caldera d) Sill
The spread of lava as it pours out of a vent.
a) Vent b) Lava Flow c) Pipe d) Magma Chamber
An opening where molten rock and gas leave a volcano.
a) Hot Spot b) Crater c) Pipe d) Vent
This is the pocket beneath a volcano where magma collects.
a) Magma Chamber b) Sill c) Dike d) Composite Volcano
A long tube that extends from Earth’s crust up through the top of a volcano, connecting the magma chamber to Earth’s surface.
a) Crater b) Vent c) Pipe d) Lava Plateau
An area where material from deep within Earth’s mantle rises through the crust and melts to form magma.
a) Convergent Boundary b) Hot Spot c) Divergent Boundary d) Volcanic Neck
A string of volcanoes that form as the result of subduction of one oceanic plate beneath a second oceanic plate.
a) Vent b) Caldera c) Island Arc d) Sill
The name for magma that reaches the Earth’s surface.
a) magma b) crater c) pipe d) lava
One major belt of volcanoes that rim the Pacific Ocean.
a) Shield Volcano b) Active c) Ring of Fire d) Composite Volcano
A molten mixture of rock-forming substances, gases, and water from the mantle.
a) lava b) magma c) Ring of Fire d) dormant
A mountain that forms in Earth’s crust when molten material, or magma, reaches the surface.
a) volcano b) Ring of Fire c) silica d) caldera
A wide, gently sloping mountain made of layers of lava and formed by quiet eruptions.
a) Shield Volcano b) Composite Volcano c) Cinder Cone Volcano d) Lava Plateau
A land feature that forms when magma hardens in a volcano’s pipe and the surrounding rock later wears away.
a) Pipe b) Volcanic Neck c) Vent d) Crater
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