[myths and Legends, Great Eruptions From the Past, Plus the Latest Facts and Statistics]

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Baker & Taylor
Partnering explosive illustrations with fascinating facts, an informative guide to volcanoes examines how an eruption starts, reveals where the deadliest volcanoes in the world are located, and much more.

McMillan Palgrave

This comprehensive and high-interest information book combines explosive illustrations, the latest photographs, and hard facts with volcano myths and stories. Examine how an eruption starts, where
the deadliest volcanoes in the world are located, how experts predict future eruptions, and why people choose to live close to these deadly time bombs.

Fact-filled and attractive, this compendium of scientific data, mythology, and the effects of volcanoes on humans is engrossing.

& Taylor

A guide to volcanoes discusses their interiors, parts, shapes, how eruptions start, famous eruptions in history, how they affect the Earth's landscapes, how people relate to them, vulcanologists, and predicting eruptions.

Publisher: Boston : Kingfisher, 2007
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780753461372
Branch Call Number: 551.21 C5794v 2007 CHILD
Characteristics: 63 p. : col. ill., maps ; 32 cm


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