A

 
ACTIVE
referring to a volcano that is presently erupting or has recently erupted
 
AFRICA
 
ASH
small, dust-like particles emitted from a volcano
B

C

 
CONTINENTS
a large land mass that is above water , usually made of less dense material compared to the surface of the oceanic crust
 
CONVERGING
the movement toward each other, coming toward or to the same point, referring to large segments of the Earth's crust called plates

CRUST
the outermost shell of the earth,about 71km

D

 
DIVERGE

 DIVERGING
the  movement of plates away from each other ; going in different directions from a common points
 
DORMANT
a volcano that is temporarily inactive or "sleeping"

E

 
EARTH
one of the plants that envolve around around the sun in the solar system
 
EARTHQUAKE
a shaking are trembling of the earth
 
ENERGY
power or force that has the ability to do work; referring to an earthquake or volcano as the amount of energy liberated

 EXTINCT
referring to an non-active volcano for along time; will not erupt again
   

F

G


 GAS
a substance with an expandable molecular structure that is often emitted from a volcano during an eruption
 
GASES
 

H

 
HAWAII
 
 
HAZARD
a source of danger
 
HOT

I

J

K


 KILAUEA
   

L

 LANDSLIDE
unstable earth that flows downward
 
LAVA
molten material that is erupted from a volcano
 
LIQUID
a substance that flows

M


 MAGMA
a molten fluid which may consolidate into a rock
 
MODERATE
an earthquake that is neither weak nor strong
 
MOLTEN
 
MOUNTAIN
a large structure whose peaks lie above sea level
   

N

O

P


 PLATES
a large piece of ocean and land area that compromises the earth's crust
   

Q

R

S

 
SHAKING
referring to the movement that is felt when an earthquake occurs


SHAPE
the outlines of an object

 SLIP/SLIDE
 
SOUTH AMERICA

 STEAMING
 
STRONG
referring to an earthquake of great intensity

T


 TRANSFORM
a  fault that has a slip/side motion
   

U

V

 
VALLEY
a depression of low area usually between two mountain ranges
 VISCOUS
a liquid that moves slowly
 
VOLCANO
formed when hot, melted rock erupts  and builds a mountain like structure on the surface of the earth

W


 WAVE
the undulation of a substance as an energy passes through a substance

 WEAK
referring to a mild shaking during an earthquake; in most cases not even felt
 

X

Y

Z