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    them and act certain ways . The parent’s will ensure to take their children to church. In contrary, if the parents forcefully take their children to church every Sunday and the children lose interest it can result in further problems. The child can be rebellious and end up leading to negative consequences. The child may be confused and not want to go to church anymore because they were forced to go all their life. There must be a balance between being too forceful on these themes or else it may back fire and may result to an end to the…

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    INTRODUCTION The science of magneto hydrodynamics (MHD) deals with geophysical, astrophysical and engineering problems since many years. This subject has attracted attention of many researchers in the MHD flow on Newtonian fluids on plate, cones and disks. Hari R [30] investigated the chemical and radiation effects on MHD casson fluid flow past an oscillating vertical plate embedded in porous medium. Subbaiah Naidu [70] studied the effect of Hall current on free convective flow of stratified…

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    Causes Of Mount Tambora

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    Tambora is plate tectonics. Islands in this chain along Indonesia are located along the convergent plate boundary of the Eurasian and Australian plates. A convergent boundary is the place where two tectonic plates collide. This can be oceanic-oceanic, oceanic-continental, or continental-continental. In the case of Mount Tambora, the Australian plate slides below the Eurasian plate. In this case a subduction zone is created. Here the sliding of the Australian plate under the Eurasian plate…

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    Volcanoes are generally found in three locations: constructive and destructive plate boundaries, as well as hotspots. The most explosive and potentially the most hazardous volcanoes are found on destructive, convergent plate boundaries. Here, one plate subducts beneath the other generating intense heat and pressure, melting the rock and sediment to form an acidic magma chamber. This viscous magma is resistant to flow and therefore results in violent, dangerous eruptions involving pyroclastic…

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    San Diego Geography Essay

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    The location I chose for this assignment is my home county, San Diego. San Diego is known for having the best weather in the United States, which it can attribute to its geology. San Diego is also well known for consistent droughts; however, its current unique geography is a result of ancient rivers and seas depositing Cretaceous and Tertiary sedimentary rocks. As a result of these ancient rivers, “San Diego County can be divided between three distinct geomorphic regions: the Coastal Plain…

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    The Inner Core, Outer Core, Mantle, Asthenosphere, and Lithosphere, or, as more colloquially known, the five layers of the Earth. Although each layer is important, each living thing resides on the Lithosphere, which happens to rest on the Asthenosphere, the upper part of the Mantle. Forces caused by these two layers both contribute to the theory of Plate Tectonics, which happens to be interconnected to Earthquakes and Volcanoes. Without Plate Tectonics, the other two occurrences simply cannot…

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    Dear US Geological Survey, I think that you should accept Alfred Wegener’s Theory of Continental Drift. There is a large amount of realistic evidence to prove that this theory did occur. Wegener’s theory is that all seven continents were once joined into a supercontinent called Pangaea. He believes that after continents were in that supercontinent, they gradually moved apart over more than a hundred years ago and will continue to move in the future. This Theory of Continental Drift is supported…

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    Mt Pinatubo Essay

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    Mt. Pinatubo, Philippines: Impacts and Human Actions The stratovolcano Mount Pinatubo began showing signs of erupting on the 15th of July 1991. Through a series of events Mt. Pinatubo erupted and effected the surrounding areas. Throughout this paper will be discussed the impacts, including primary and secondary, along with impacts changed by humans. Mount Pinatubo eruption was the second largest eruption in the 20th century, making it have many impacts not only locally but globally. Mount…

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    Deccan Traps Essay

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    ocean has shown possible plume openings for the Deccan continental flood basalt along with other Indian ocean volcanism. Scientists such as Alessandro M. Forte, have researched and have been able to measure the geological activity is through seismic tomographic models, which record the states of the mantles heterogeneity, allowing calculations in order to track past evolution of its heterogeneity. Forte studied thermal evolution of lithospheric mantle structures and was able to verify the…

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    4.2.5. The Fantale geothermal prospect area The Fantale geothermal prospect is characterized by recent summit felsic lava, caldera collapse, extrusions in the caldera bottom and widespread fumarolic activity, signifying thereby the existence of a shallow magma chamber (Tekelemariam and Beyene, 2005). Active tensional tectonics form fissures up to 2m near the volcanic complex. From the area ground water discharge to the system is guaranteed by the proximity of the area to the western escarpment.…

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