VOLCANISM PROGRAM(The ULTIMATE
Volcano Web site!) The Smithsonian Institution provides
information on volcanoes worldwide and their activity.
Search by volcano name or region. When you have found
your volcano, click on ERUPTIVE HISTORY on the left
side of the page to see data about all known eruptions.
Tectonic Activity Map A map showing tectonic plates of
the whole world. Click on any area of the world for
a printable close-up. As a bonus, here's the citation
information for this web page:
[no author's name given]
Page title: "Tectonic Plates Maps"
Web site: GEsource Natural Hazards Pages
Sponsoring Organization: GEsource
Last update: 2009
Types & Cross-Sections Scroll down to find your volcano
TYPE. Here's the citation information:
This is a web page for a class.
The teacher's name is Scott S. Hughes
The name of the class is Environmental Geology
The dept. and name of school: Dept. of Geosciences,
Idaho State U
Watch Weekly news stories about volcanoes
all over the world. Scroll to the bottom of the page
and type your volcano in the search box.
Natural Hazards: Volcano Earth Observatory at NASA shows
hazards from recent volcanic activity. See
if your volcano is here! Click on the hazard
in the column on the right for lots of information
plus how volcanoes can affect global climate.
Volcano The Federal Emergency
Management Agency presents information about how to
protect yourself before, during and after a volcanic
News Search the name of your volcano for
news stories and videos.
Countries A Fay School Library page of links
to find good information about the country where your
volcano is located.