Essay On Mount Tambora
Mt. Tambora was the largest volcanic eruption in recorded history. This eruption occurred on April 5th, 1815. It was Mt. Tambora, Sumbawa Island, Indonesia (Evans, 2002, p. 1). Volcanos are very tragic natural disasters, and they can cause tons of damage to nearby places. Everyone should make sure that they know how to stay safe during, before, and after the volcano.
To begin, many events occur before a volcano erupts. Earthquakes lead up to an eruption, the key reason they occur is magma on the move. Also, skies tend to get gray or black with smoke. There are usually large amounts of rain during, before, and after the eruption. Dark clouds will also build up over the volcano. Along with what happens before the eruption, there is also horrible weather to go along with it. Rain, thunder, and lighting will be significant. Strong winds will also occur. However, the worst would have to be the cold weather. Cold weather will take place because the ash and debris will block out the sun. This could last for months (Don, n.d., p. 2). Depending on the size of the volcano, the events that occur could be more severe. For instance, a small volcanic eruption is not going to have horrible events that occur, compared to the much larger eruptions.
Furthermore, the worst volcano…