1)Where will you find the majority of volcanoes in Europe?

1)Where will you find the majority of volcanoes in Europe?

Question 1 options:

Italy

Spain

Germany

France

Question 2 

What type of volcano is Mount Etna

Question 2 options:

Composite (a.k.a stratovolcano)

Cinder cone

Shield

Crater

Question 3 

Describe the general pattern of volcanoes found on the continent of Africa. (Hint: You might have to zoom in and out to view the spatial patterns of the volcanoes)

Question 3 options:

Many are found along the Great African Rift valley located in eastern Africa

Many volcanoes form national borders of western and southern African countries.

The volcanoes appear randomly distributed over most of Africa

The majority are found within the Sahara Desert region located in northern Africa

Question 4 

What type of volcano is Suswa?

Question 4 options:

Composite (a.k.a. stratovolcano)

Cinder cone

Shield

Crater

Question 5 

Describe the general spatial pattern of volcanoes found in this region. (Hint: You might have to zoom in and out to view the spatial patterns of the volcanoes)

Question 5 options:

The volcanoes appear randomly distributed over most of SE Asia

Many are found along the margins of this region.

Many volcanoes form national borders among the island countries.

The majority are found on the island of Borneo and are evenly spaced apart.

Question 6 

What type of volcanoes are these?composite

Question 6 options:

Composite (a.k.a stratovolcano)

cinder cone

shield

crater

Question 7

Describe the general spatial pattern of volcanoes found in this region.

Question 7 options:

Many are found along the margins of this region and near islands or island chains like Hawaii.

The volcanoes appear randomly distributed over most of the Pacific Ocean.

Many volcanoes form national borders among the island countries.

There are volcanoes in the Pacific; as a result, there are no apparent trends regarding their spatial patterns.

Question 8 

What type of volcano is Mauna Loa?

Question 8 options:

composite (a.k.a. )

cinder cone

shield

crater

Question 9 

What is contour interval of this map?

Question 9 options:

1:24,000

20 meters

20 feet

1929

Question 10 

Based on the contour lines, what is the highest elevation on this volcano?

Question 10 options:

8,000 feet

8,128 feet

8,182 feet

8,218 feet

Question 11 

Based on the contour lines, ehat is the elevation in the center of the crate?

Question 11 options:

7,800 feet

7,775 feet

8,125 feet

7,900 feet

Question 12 

What is the diameter of the volcano in miles?

Question 12 options:

7.5 miles

0.39 miles

0.90 miles

2.1 miles

Question 13 

What is the contour interval, in feet, of this map?

Question 13 options:

1:24,000

40 meters

40 feet

1989

Question 14

What is the highest elevation, in feet, on this volcano?

Question 14 options:

10,000 feet

10,700 feet

10,781 feet

10,870 feet

Question 15 

What is the approximate diameter (in miles) of the volcano?

Question 15 options:

1.5 miles

6.3 miles

4.5 miles

2.6 miles

Question 16

What is highest elevation of a benchmark (look for “BM” on map) on this volcano in feet? (Hint: you might need to zoom in to determine the highest benchmark elevation)

Question 16 options:

3,635 feet

3,885 feet

4,078 feet

3,524 feet

Question 17 

What is the elevation of the benchmark (denoted by an “X”) in Halema’uma’u Crater?

Question 17 options:

3,421 feet

4,231 feet

2,431 feet

3,412 feet

Question 18 

What is the approximate diameter of the volcano in miles?

Question 18 options:

24.3 miles

16.9 miles

32.8 miles

18.5 miles

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