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Q: Mr. Goldsmith described the eruption of Mt. Mayon in the Philippines. He discussed great explosions very high into the air of both lava and pyroclastic flow. What type of volcano, magma, and eruption
was most likely involved?
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User: Mr. Goldsmith described the eruption of Mt. Mayon in the Philippines. He discussed great explosions very high into the air of both lava and pyroclastic flow. What type of volcano, magma, and eruption was most likely involved?

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roxy11|Points 24|

User: Mr. Goldsmith described the eruption of Mt. Mayon in the Philippines. He discussed great explosions very high into the air of both lava and pyroclastic flow. What type of volcano, magma, and eruption was most likely involved? composite volcano, rhyolitic magma, and plinian explosion cinder cone volcano, rhyolitic magma, and Hawaiian explosion composite volcano, basaltic magma, and plinian explosion shield volcano, andesitic magma, and plinian explosion

Weegy: Active Volcano Mayon is a classic stratovolcano type of volcano capped by a small central summit crater. [ [ [ The cone is considered to be the world's most perfectly-formed volcano for its symmetry,[6] which was formed through layers of pyroclastic and lava flows from past eruptions and erosion. The upper slopes of the basaltic-andesitic volcano are steep averaging 35?40 degrees. Like other volcanoes located around the Pacific Ocean, Mayon is part of the Pacific Ring of Fire. It is located on the eastern side of Luzon, near the Philippine Trench which is the convergent boundary where the Philippine Sea Plate is driven under the Philippine Mobile Belt. When a continental plate or belt of continental fragments meets an oceanic plate, the lighter continental material overrides the oceanic plate, forcing it down into the Earth's mantle. Magma may be forced through weaknesses in the continental crust caused by the collision of the tectonic plates. One such exit point is Mayon. ] ]
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Weegy: The following features are types of geological folds:
anticline, syncline , monocline and basins.



User: Select all of the answers that apply. Which of the following are hazards from volcanic activity? lava and pyroclastic flow tephra fertile soil lahars climate alteration geothermal energy

Weegy: Lava and pyroclastic flow, tephra, lahars, climate alteration and geothermal energy are all hazards of volcanic activity. (answers, A, B, D, E, & F)
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Weegy: batholith
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