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Grade 9 Volcanoes
The Ring of Fire refers to                                                   .
  1. an active erupting volcano.
  2. the volcanoes surrounding the Pacific Ocean.
  3. the spreading that takes place on the ocean floor.
  4. the land once known as Pangaea.
Grade 9 Volcanoes
Mt. Kilauea in Hawaii would be classified as which type of volcano?
  1. shield volcano
  2. cinder cone
  3. composite volcano
  4. super volcano
Grade 9 Volcanoes
Of the following locations, where would the volcano shown be most likely to develop?
Volcano - Fissure Vent - Small
  1. transform fault
  2. subduction zone
  3. mantle hot spot
  4. mid-ocean ridge
Grade 9 Volcanoes
Grade 9 Volcanoes
Where would the type of volcano shown be most likely to form?
Volcano - Stratovolcano - Small
  1. mantle hot spot
  2. subduction zone
  3. divergent boundary
  4. transform boundary
Grade 9 Volcanoes
Grade 9 Volcanoes
Which is typically the largest type of volcano?
  1. shield
  2. composite
  3. cinder cone
  4. fissure
Grade 9 Volcanoes
Type of volcano formed by successive explosive eruptions.
  1. composite
  2. shield
  3. cinder cone
  4. shield cone
Grade 9 Volcanoes
How many volcanoes make up the Pacific Ring of Fire?
  1. 1000 volcanoes
  2. 268 volcanoes
  3. 832 volcanoes
  4. 452 volcanoes
Grade 9 Volcanoes
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