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Volcanic Environments. Match up the volcano with it’s location. 3. 4. 1. 5. 2. A. D. B. C. E. Source images wikipedia / USGS. Volcanic Environments. 3. 4. 1. 2. Submarine volcano erupting under the ocean at the Mid Atlantic ridge, a tensional (divergent) plate margin. A.

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Volcanic Environments

Match up the volcano with it’s location

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Source images wikipedia / USGS

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Submarine volcano erupting under the ocean at the Mid Atlantic ridge, a tensional (divergent) plate margin.

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Composite cone volcano forming part of an island arc at a compressional margin where two oceanic plates meet and one is subducted under the other.

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Composite (stratovolcano) volcano found at a compressional margin where an oceanic plate is subducted beneath a continental plate. Lava is acidic and viscous.

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Shield volcano formed at a hotspot in the earth’s crust. Lava is basic and runny. Eruption is non-violent.

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Caldera formed by collapse of magma chamber. Crater Lake is an example.

Super volcanoes are very large calderas.

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Source images wikipedia / USGS