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Q: Which type of volcano doesn't get very big or tall because it is susceptible to erosion? shield composite stratovolcano cinder cone
A: CINDER CONE VOLCANOES are kept relatively small because of erosion. Read more: Which Type of Volcano Doesn't Get Very Big or Tall Because It Is Susceptible to Erosion? | eHow.com
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User: Which type of volcano doesn't get very big or tall because it is susceptible to erosion? shield composite stratovolcano cinder cone

Weegy: CINDER CONE VOLCANOES are kept relatively small because of erosion.

Read more: Which Type of Volcano Doesn't Get Very Big or Tall Because It Is Susceptible to Erosion? | eHow.com


User: Which of the following states was formed by continuous volcanic lava flow? Alaska California Hawaii Florida

Weegy: hawaii
jera|Points 50|

User: The respiratory system of the body can be injured by volcanic _____ that comes from a volcanic eruption. boulders ash rock

Weegy: Ash. Volcanic ash can injure the respiratory system of the body.
eturker|Points 2852|

User: Select all of the answers that apply. Which of the following are other natural hazards that can occur due to volcanic activity? fires tsunamis earthquakes landslides and mudslides flooding

Weegy: Fires, definitely, because of the lava. Landslides and mudslides happen too because of the mountain being weaker/ giving way easier.
burchoo|Points 5|

User: How can a scientist predict how explosive the eruption of a volcano will likely be? by using a COSPEC to check the gases by using a tiltmeter to check the ground swelling by studying the composition of its volcanic rock by determining if the volcano is active, dormant, or extinct

Weegy: b
selymi|Points 10196|

User: Through monitoring, scientists can predict a volcanic eruption; the problem is that they don't always have the resources to enable them to do so. True False

User: Select all of the answers that apply. Which of the following are warning signs that a volcano will soon erupt? earthquakes or tremors ground swelling color changes smoke plumes

Weegy: bd
selymi|Points 10196|

User: What type of volcano would you most expect to erupt? active dormant extinct composite

Weegy: What type of volcano would you most expect to erupt?active
PherfOX36|Points 30|

User: Magma that squeezes into a horizontal crack is called a _____. Magma that squeezes into a vertical crack is called a _____. dike, sill sill, dike laccolith, sill laccolith, batholith

Weegy: Magma that is usually squeezed into a vertical crack that cuts across rock layers and hardens is called a dike. Magma that is squeezed between a horizontal crack between rock layers and hardens is called a sill. [ Dikes and sills can run from only a few meters to hundreds of meters long. Some magma that forms a sill can continue to push the rock layers upward. This forms a dome of rock called a laccolith. ]
Shaunee|Points 90|

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