how is a volcano formed

how is a volcano formed ? Volcano or other name, the volcano, which is located in the layers of the world (in the inner layers of the earth, melted rocks with high pressure and high temperatures), generally shaped as cone shaped and magma substances in the air It's a mountain with a mouth that allows it to be sprayed.

Looking at the world's physiology, there are various layers of the world. Because of the high pressure in the deep layers, the rocks cannot be processed and therefore cannot become liquid. These rocks are quite angry, and they begin to emerge from the weak spots of the Earth.

In the higher layers of the world, the pressure rate decreases and the rocks begin to melt as they go upward. And these rocks come out into the earth, in lava. These lava eruptions from volcanic mountains to earth.

Looking around the world, there are quite a lot of volcanoes on earth. These areas are also called volcanic regions. While most of these volcanoes are extinguished, the volcano continues to repel lava as active as about 700-800.

But this lava spraying process is not a frequent action. It's very rare. When he's old, he can paralyze life. The extinguished volcanoes have the ability to re-activate unexpectedly. The role of the magma is great here.

In volcanic areas, the Pacific Circle is one of the most known and also the most dangerous. The second largest volcano region is the Atlantic Ocean region. This area contains fault zones located in the middle of the ocean and the mainland.

It is located outside the ocean regions, as well as the volcanic region of the Mediterranean region. Volcanoes in this region are located in the inner parts of the curved mountains around the Mediterranean, and when examined from the geological structure, it bears the characteristics of the Mediterranean region.

In the oceans and seas, only the hills of the volcanoes are on the surface of the water. One of the best examples of such volcanoes is the "pice de Teide" Volcano on the island of Tenerife, an island in the Canary Islands. The culmination of this volcano is 3,718 meters above the sea surface, and the bottom is 3000 meters below the water surface.

When the volcano becomes active, the Earth's very angry lava descends, and ashes and dust clouds are scattered into the air. These ash clouds could be so violent, they could disrupt the air transport in the world. The damage to the environment of the lava is quite wide.

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