All About Volcanoes: How They Form, Eruptions & More!

Hey Squeaks, did you know that while you were asleep last night, a volcano off the coast of Italy was wide awake? The Stromboli volcano has been awake for at least the last 2,000 years! That means it’s been erupting for longer than any other volcano. Stromboli’s eruptions happen really often, practically non-stop! At night, its glowing light-shows have reminded some people of a giant lighthouse. [Squeaks squeaks] That’s a really good question! How does a volcano like Stromboli form in the first place? Deep inside the Earth — and I’m talking waaaaay deeper than our fort goes — it’s […]

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Chile’s volcano ash shuts down air space over Australia and New Zealand

chillins volcano ash shuts down airspace over australia and new zealand as argentina and uruguay in airports began resuming airport operations after flights were suspended due to the June 4th eruption of Chuy's poo yahoo air travel across the world became affected as strong winds carried the ash clouds ninety four hundred kilometers across the Pacific to Australia and New Zealand on Sunday Australia's national carrier Qantas Airways cancelled all flights within and coming to Australia while Airlines jet star Tiger virgin australia and pacific blue similarly halted many or all flights to and from both countries by sunday afternoon […]

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The Largest Volcanoes in History – Mantle Plumes explained

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Siberian Traps likely triggered end-Permian mass extinction

Around 252 million years ago more than 96 percent of marine species and 70 percent of land species disappeared in a geological instant. This event the so-called end-Permian mass extinction or more commonly known as, "The Great Dying" remains the most severe extinction event in Earth's history, but its direct cause has remained a mystery. Scientists suspect massive volcanic activity in an area of Russia called The Siberian Traps may have had a role in the Great Dying by raising the air and sea temperatures and releasing toxic amounts of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere of a very short period […]

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Top 10 Deadliest Volcano Eruptions

Hey YouTube, Jim here! Welcome to Top10Archive! Mother Nature has proven time and time again that she’s a force to be respected. Beneath the Earth’s crust, molten rock threatens to burst through thin layers of the planet and flow across the surface, leveling everything in its path. While some volcanic activity leaves a wake of minimal damage, others impact a region so badly that they earned a spot on this Top 10 Deadliest Volcanic Eruptions. Before we get started, help us out by hitting that like button, and be sure to leave us a comment because we're always looking to […]

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Der Hohe Hagen – Deutschlands nördlichster Vulkan / Germany’s northernmost volcano (Vulkanwelten 17)

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Volcanic Activity and Plate Motions

>> Hi, everyone. We're going to look in this animation at how the movements of the Earth's plates controls volcanic activity on the Earth. Let's look first at what's called continental rift volcanism. Now, in places where forces are causing the Earth's plates to stretch, especially in the continents, a couple of different things can happen. In this part of the animation, you can see there's what's called a rift valley where the crust is ripped apart and it sinks down to form a valley. That's kind of like the East African Rift Valley, or much of the Western United […]

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Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano – Behind the News

JACK EVANS: For the past couple of weeks, this river of red-hot rock has been causing chaos in the streets of Hawaii. MAN: I think it's faster than a turtle can move. The lava doesn't move quickly, but nothing can stop it. And as you can see from this video, it destroys everything in its path. The lava is coming from Kilauea, a volcano on Hawaii's Big Island, which is home to these guys. Aloha, BTN. I'm Fiona. Aloha, BTN. My name is Sebastian. I go to the Volcano School of Arts & Sciences. It's about, like, maybe a four-minute […]

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