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Volcano World

University of North Dakota Students love volcanoes, and here's a site that will add dimensions to their "Volcano Adventures." Authors provide information on current volcanoes as well as older ones like Mt. St. Helens. Interviews with volcanologists will give the students a good idea of what
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Students love volcanoes, and here's a site that will add dimensions to their "Volcano Adventures." Authors provide information on current volcanoes as well as older ones like Mt. St. Helens. Interviews with volcanologists will give the students a good idea of what these scientists actually do. Volcanoes are listed by world region, country, volcano name, and descriptions.

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