Section 4 Volcanic Landforms. Guided Reading and Study. Cinder Cone. Composite. Calderas. Soils from Lava & Ash. Volcanic Necks. Dikes and Sills. Batholiths. Volcanic Landforms continued. Geysers. Landforms from Lava and Ash. List four landforms created from lava and ash.
Section 4 Volcanic Landforms
Guided Reading and Study
Soils from Lava & Ash
Dikes and Sills
Landforms from Lava and Ash
Mount Fuji in Japan
Mount St. Helens in Washington State
A composite volcano has both quiet and explosive eruption.
Match the landform with its description
___ 6. shield volcano
___ 7. cinder volcano
___ 8. composite volcano
___ 9. lava plateau
___ 10. caldera
11. When volcanic ash breaks down, it releases __________ and __________, both of which are needed by plants.
12. List five features formed by magma.
Forms across layers
Forms between rock layers
Half Dome in Yosemite National Park, California
19. A fountain of water and steam that erupts from the ground is referred to as a(n) ____________.
Steam from underground is piped into turbines. Inside a turbine, the steam spins a wheel. The moving wheel in the turbine turns a generator that changes the energy of motion into electrical energy.