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Volcanoes (Nature on the Rampage)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0739817965, Library Binding)Here are riveting accounts of the earth's momentous volcanic eruptions, including Vesuvius, which destroyed the ancient Roman city of Pompeii; and the 1980 cataclysm at Mount St. Helen in Washington State.
About the Natural Disasters series: This series gives vivid accounts of natural catastrophes and why they happened. Encompassing school subject areas of geography, science, and geology, these books also offer eye-witness accounts from survivors. All are filled with full-color illustrations in attractive, accessible magazine-style formats. They're great for school-related papers and projects, and also provide fun reading for the entire family. Each volume contains between 70 and 110 color illustrations. Ages 10 and older. Titles in the Natural Disasters series include: Earthquakes Fire & Flood Hurricanes & Tornadoes Volcanoes
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Explains how volcanoes form and what effects they have on the environment.
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