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Kinds of Volcanoes

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Material Type: Reference Material
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: January 04, 2007
Date Modified in MERLOT: April 14, 2010
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Submitter : Troy Tenhet

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This matches up with California State Science Standards. I use this site as a reference point for a volcano project that I do in the spring. Email me and when we're done with the project, I'll send a few photos.

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Primary Audience: Grade School, Middle School
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Technical Requirements: WEB BROWSER
Language: English
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Avatar for Callie Caesar
4 years ago

Callie Caesar (Student)

Great site to use for a volcano lesson. Had wonderful pictures, and lots of them. Great information that is pertinent to the topic. Gives great details and supproting facts. Covers basically all one needs to know when exploring different kinds of volcanoes and how they are classified.

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Web page could have been decorated and laid out better.
Time spent reviewing site: About 30 minutes
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