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Correct spelling for the English word ” volcano ” is [vɒlkˈe͡ɪnə͡ʊ], [vɒlkˈeɪnəʊ], [v_ɒ_l_k_ˈeɪ_n_əʊ] (IPA phonetic alphabet). Similar spelling words for VOLCANO vulcan, volkman, volcanism, volcanic.
In regards to plurals, the apostrophe is often used incorrectly, where instead of just adding a s to the end of the word an apostrophe is added as well. But when a word ending with o has a consonant before it add an es. For example volcano becomes volcanoes.
A volcano is an opening in the earth’s crust through which lava, volcanic ash, and gases escape. Volcanic eruptions are partly driven by pressure from dissolved gas, much as escaping gases force the cork out of a bottle of champagne.
There are about 1,500 potentially active volcanoes worldwide, aside from the continuous belts of volcanoes on the ocean floor at spreading centers like the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.
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Volcanoes typically are categorized thusly: active (a volcano that has erupted in the past 10,000 years), erupting (an active volcano that is experiencing an eruption ), dormant (an active volcano that has the potential to erupt again), and extinct (a volcano that has not erupted in over 10,000 years and is unlikely to
The Short Answer: A volcano is an opening on the surface of a planet or moon that allows material warmer than its surroundings to escape from its interior. When this material escapes, it causes an eruption. Lava fountain at Kīlauea Volcano, Hawai`i.
Magma or Lava? While molten rock remains inside the volcano, and inside the earth’s crust, it is called magma. When the magma comes to the surface and erupts or flows out of the volcano, the term for it is lava.