Volcanoes and Other Igneous Activity > Concept #7 Quiz
The Earth's rotation sped up unexpectedly.
The Earth was in a short ice age following the eruption of every volcano on the planet.
The eruption of Mount Tambora in Indonesia was so massive and explosive that volcanic debris lowered the annual temperature.
Hawaiian volcanoes suddenly exploded in 1815, heaving over 400 cubic tons of ash into the stratosphere for a period of 18 months.
a. the volume of ash emitted by the eruption
b. the volume of aerosols produced
c. how explosive the volcanic eruption was
d. the volume of lava emitted by the eruption
both a. and b.
both c. and d.
ammonia and methane released to the lithosphere by hot ash falling on snow and ice on the volcano
aerosols injected into the lower stratosphere
olivine dust falling into the hydrosphere after the eruption
water vapor injected into the atmosphere during the eruption
many great eruptions, closely spaced in time, need to occur
the atmosphere would have to become loaded with sulfur from multiple eruptions from several volcanoes
both of these
neither of these