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What are some of the dangers that volcanoes pose to human populations? a. destruction of property from lava flow b. destruction from mud flows c. lung problems from ash and
toxic gases d. all of the above
All of the above are some of the dangers that volcanoes pose to human populations. a. destruction of property from lava flow b. destruction from mud flows c. [ lung problems from ash and toxic gases ]
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