Key Concepts: Volcanoes can erupt from vents on their summits or flanks. Eruptions interact with water in submarine environments, as new islands form, beneath glaciers, and in crater lakes. Volcanic eruptions can be classified by the character of the eruption and include the following types: basaltic flood, Hawaiian, Strombolian, Vulcanian, Peleean, Plinian, rhyolitic flood, ultravulcanian, gas, and fumarolic.
Lesson Outcomes: The students will:
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