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Volcanic Hazards

Akoranga 14 Mahi Tuatahi

  1. Collect your textbook from the cupboard
  2. Open to pg. 159
    • Read 159-162
    • Answer questions on 163-164

10 Minutes


Te Whāinga Ako

  1. How the type of magma affects the type of eruption that happens and what is produced in this eruption.

Write the date and ngā whāinga ako in your book


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Task/Ngohe

  1. Open the document on google classroom called Volcanic Hazards
  2. Start by completing the table to show the effects that each volcanic hazard can have. Use these notes to help you!
  3. Create a poster aimed at people who live near a volcano of your choice. This poster will inform them of the risks of living near the volcano, and how to act if an eruption is predicted.

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Ash Falls

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Main Effects

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Pyroclastic Flows

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Lava

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Lava flows will seldom threaten human life because of their slow rate of movement. However, the steep fronts of flows may became unstable and can collapse, causing small pyroclastic flows. Lava flows will causes total destruction of buildings and other infrastructure in their path.

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Lahars




Landslide/Debris Avalanche

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Electrical Storms

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Volcanic Gasses

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Tsunamis

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Hydrothermal Eruption

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