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Anna Haun
Anna Haun

The list of the ten volcano's could change in the blink of an eye. I think from all my research on the topic for my article, that the reason for Kilauea is listed because it keeps flowing a lot of times into the sea since 1983, so there may be a chance for an eruption. Good luck Jan with the info for your students, hope they enjoy learning the info, as I've learned quite a bit from my research, and found it to be very interesting.

Jan Butler
Jan Butler

Really useful info for teaching science - thanks!

Stephen Roth
Stephen Roth

I really don't understand what's so dangerous about Kilaueau. I mean, sure, it erupts a lot, but have there been any explosive eruptions like there are in the Cascades or in Alaska? I'd have Rainier at the top of the list, followed by Hood, just because of their proximity to major urban areas.

Katherine Flynn
Katherine Flynn

Yellowstone should be number 1, it's a Super volcano and when it erupts it'll take out half of the country.

Gurpreet Juneja
Gurpreet Juneja

So where would we rate Yellow Stone Super Volcano then?

dawson vargas
dawson vargas

Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I've been there

Ruth Davis
Ruth Davis

Doing my class presentation on this wonder of nature. There are so many different sources of information on the eruption that every where I turn I learn something new about it.

Lysa Q.
Lysa Q.

wow. I wouldn't want to be there...

but it's still so cool!!!!!

DENNIS KITZMILLER
DENNIS KITZMILLER

IS THERE A REASON WE CAN NOT USE THESE ACTIVE VOLCANO AS 

INCINERATORS TO DISPOSE OF ALL OLD TIRES,AND STUFF LIKE THAT 


DENNIS KITZMILLER
DENNIS KITZMILLER

IS THERE A REASON WE CAN NOT USE THESE ACTIVE VOLCANO AS 

INCINERATORS TO DISPOSE OF ALL OLD TIRES,AND STUFF LIKE THAT 


DENNIS KITZMILLER
DENNIS KITZMILLER

IS THERE A REASON WE CAN NOT USE THESE ACTIVE VOLCANO AS 

INCINERATORS TO DISPOSE OF ALL OLD TIRES,AND STUFF LIKE THAT 


Lysa Q.
Lysa Q.

to: Kristen guan

kris, it's me lysa.

why in the name of glaux did you say great for every volcano?!?!:)

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