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t Object]User: hen a huge block of rock is pushed up at a normal fault, a nwhat?
Weegy: When a huge block of rock is pushed up at a normal fault, a 'FAULT BLOCK' mountain is usually formed. (More)
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Which type of volcano doesn't get very big or tall because it is susceptible to erosion? shield composite stratovolcano cinder cone
Weegy: D.)cinder cone User: Broad, gradual slopes are what kind of volcanoes Weegy: Broad, gradual slopes are shield volcanoes, while tall, steep slopes are composite volcanoes. User: steep slopes are what kind of volcanoes Weegy: Broad, gradual slopes are shield volcanoes, while tall, steep slopes are composite volcanoes. User: The Ring of Fire is where many volcanoes occur because the _____ plate is subducted in nearly every region. Cocos Pacific North American Atlantic Weegy: The answer is B. The Ring of Fire is where many volcanoes occur because the Pacific plate is subducted in nearly every region. User: The height of a volcano determines its explosive power. True False Weegy: False. The morphology of a volcano depends on the eruption processes which are largely governed by the chemical composition and volatile content of a magma. [ For instance, the higher the percentage of silica (SiO2) in a magma, the higher its viscosity and the more explosive the eruptions. Highly liquid, basaltic lava builds shallow, broad shield volcanoes, whereas stratocones are formed by explo-sive and effusive activity of' more viscous magmas. Hazard assessment of volcanoes must consider the morphology and environment. The products of volcanic eruptions include lava, fragments (tephra), and intrusions. target=_blank rel='nofollow'>http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Q-uvLttCXzQJ:' target=_blank rel='nofollow'>www.sveurop.org/gb/articles/articles/volchazards.htm+height+of+a+volcano+determines+its+explosive+power&cd=6&hl=tl&ct=clnk&gl=ph&source=www.google.com.ph ] User: Hawaiian eruption Weegy: A Hawaiian eruption is a type of volcanic eruption where lava flows from the vent in a relative gentle, low level eruption, so called because it is characteristic of Hawaiian volcanoes. [ Typically they are effusive eruptions, with basaltic magmas of low viscosity, low content of gases, and high temperature at the vent. Very little amounts of volcanic ash ... (More)
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