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Science Report on volcanoes Would you want to live within ten miles from a volcano Not knowing when its going to erupt I just called in the radio station and I was caller number ten I got to choose one of three places to live the options were next to Mount Kilauea Mount Baker or Mount Rainier Before I gave them my answer I was going to research all the volcanoes when I was done with all my research I found out that I want to live within ten miles of Mount Baker Here is why I choose to live next to Mount Baker All of the volcanoes have different kinds of blasts and flows For example MountKilauea has a non-explosive eruption so that means the lava would run down the side instead of it bursting out everywhere The only problem is it can be very destructive and clear out anything in its path Mount Rainier is also a non-explosive volcano but can be just as destructive as an explosive volcano Then theres Mount Baker it is an explosive volcano it will erupt and you wont be able to run from it like you could if it were a non-explosive volcano There are all different times that a volcano might erupt but no telling when Mount Kilauea is the worlds most active volcano so it can erupt any day or everyday Mount Kilauea is around 300000-600000 years old and has been active ever since Mount Rainier has not erupted in he past 2200 years Last July they found out that Mount Rainier is going to have the most detructive eruption ever in the United states Mount Baker hasnt shown much activity since 1978 By 1978 Mount Baker somewhat has stopped showing activity These three volcanoes also have history of seismic activity Mount Kilauea had an eruption in 1983 and lava has covered 104 km that is 7 of Kilaueas surface When scientists
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