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Volcanoes are Lavable

Page history last edited by HS 13 years, 2 months ago

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Volcanoes are Lavable!

 

 

Image curtesy of Michigan Technological University Volcanoes Page.  Click the image to go to their site where most of you will find more information.

 

Here is a sample page to show you what I mean by the linking.  Another great place for inspiration would be the White Island page.  

 

HELP!!!  So your wiki skills are a little rusty?  Check out the links below...

Editing Your Page - This is the basics of editing your page.  You'll find help for altering your text (superscript, subscript, size), adding pictures, adding links and more.

 

Bells and Whistles - This page is to add some more fancy components.  You should not be going here until your page is nearly done.  Also, I will not help you to add these codes.  I included very good directions so you need to care enough about adding it to read the directions.

 

Good and Bad - This page is to show you what works and what doesn't work on a webpage.  You will not lose points for not getting super fancy.  You will lose points for becomming overly fancy.  At a certain point, too much is too much.  This is often the case with a background picture.  If you choose to use a background picture that (a) makes it difficult for me to read or (b) isn't of your volcano, I will not grade anything on that page.  I will treat it as though it does not exist.

 

Africa and Surrounding Islands (1)

Kilimanjaro

Lengai

 

Southwest Pacific, Southeast Asia, and India (2)

Krakatau

Mayon

Merapi

Pinatubo

Rabaul

Taal

Tambora

 

East Asia (including Japan and Kamchatka) (3)

Bezymianny

Fujiyama

Sakurajima

Unzen

 

Central Pacific, South Pacific, and New Zealand (4)

Haleakala

Kilauea

Loihi

Mauna Loa

Ruapehu

White Island

Alaska and North Pacific (5)

Augustine

Katmai

Mammoth Mountain

Redoubt

 

North America (6)

Colima

El Chichon

Lamington

Lassen Peak

Long Valley

Mount Mazama

Mount Rainier

Mount Saint Helens

Paricutin

Popocatepetl

Yellowstone

 

Central America (7)

Arenal

Santa Maria

 

West Indies (8)

Pelee

 

 

 

 

South America and Surrounding Islands (9)

Concepcion

Cotopaxi

Galeras

Llullaillaco

Nevado Del Ruiz

 

Mediterranean (10)

Etna

Santorini

Stromboli

Vesuvius

 

North Atlantic (Iceland) (11)

Eldfell

Hekla

Laki

Surtsey

 

Antarctica (12)

Mount Erebus

 

 

 

 

 

 

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