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Safe and educational volcano information designed for kids can be found in content from Weather Wiz Kids, Science Kids, National Geographic Kids, Volcano World from the Department of Geosciences at Oregon State Universit... More »

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ScienceKids.com, Scholastic.com and ScienceBob.com are examples of websites that outline easy, fun science experiments for children. The University of Wisconsin website has a page of science experiments suitable for the ... More »

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Water information for children relays important information on water pollution, such as sources and methods of potential treatment, in a manner that is easy to comprehend. Water pollution stems from several sources and i... More »

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According to Volcano World, a website sponsored by the Department of Geosciences at Oregon State University, a dormant volcano is a volcano that has not erupted in 10,000 years but is expected to eventually erupt again. ... More »

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It is hard to put an exact figure on the number of extinct volcanoes in the world; according to Oregon State University, the expectation that a volcano will never erupt again is no guarantee that this is actually the cas... More »

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When a volcano erupts, it typically affects the humans in the vicinity by covering their environment with ash and sometimes with lava, according to Oregon State University. In addition, some volcanoes produce pyroclastic... More »

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An extinct volcano is one that has not erupted in at least 10,000 years and is not expected to erupt in the future, according to Oregon State University. There can be confusion between dormant and extinct volcanoes, but ... More »

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