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Journal of Environmental Hazards

ISSN: 2684-4923

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Natural Disasters Peer Review Journals

A natural disaster is a big evil phenomenon triggered by the Earth's natural cycles like floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunamis, and other geological processes. A natural disaster causes loss of life or damage to property, which leaves economic harm costing millions afterwards. Yet human actions can often cause natural disasters, including climate change yet deforestation. A volcanic eruption happens when hot materials are forced off a volcano from the Earth's interior. Many of the expelled materials are lava, rocks, ashes, and gas compounds. Eruptions can come from side branches, or from the volcano's top. Some eruptions are terrible explosions which throw out enormous quantities of rock and volcanic ash and kill many people. Some are silent hot lava outflows. The volcanologists have identified many more complex forms of volcanic eruptions. They are mostly named after prominent volcanoes which have seen the sort of eruption. Many volcanoes during a time of activity may show only one type of eruption, while others may show a variety of forms within a sequence.

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