Volcano nature and culture earth the wonderful sceneries of tourists trekking across the cracked rock at hawaiis kilauea volcano are a great one to witness the descriptions are accurate and hold readers interest till the end of the plot it is one among the good books by james d hamilton share tweet . The nature of volcanoes volcanoes are mountains but they are very different from other mountains they are not formed by folding and crumpling or by uplift and erosioninstead volcanoes are built by the accumulation of their own eruptive products lava bombs crusted over ash flows and tephra airborne ash and dust. One incident that bears a striking similarity to the story was the massive volcanic eruption of the island of santorini in the aegean sea near greece about 3600 years ago. What is a volcano a volcano is a fissure opening or vent in the earths crust through which molten rocks and gases erupt the molten rocks can be in the form of mixture of hot gases ash lava or other extremely hot substances within the earths crust. Then using a survey aimed at current earth and social scientists sent via volcano listserv and the international association of advanced volcanology and chemistry of the earths interior iavcei mailing lists it will examine how religion and culture in volcanic disasters are being perceived currently within the scientific community
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