Volcano by Anne Rooney
English | 2006 | ISBN-10: 0756614090 | PDF | 72 pages | 33 MB
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Most of the world's volcanoes can be found on the Ring of Fire, a fringe of volcanoes erupting around the edge of the Pacific Ocean.
Wherever the Pacific plate meets continental plates or other, younger oceanic plates, subduction feeds volcanoes. Some form arcs of volcanic islands, such as Japan. Others are in mountain ranges formed where the Pacific plate collides with a continent, such as the high peaks of the Andes on the west coast of South America.
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