12martinm hi bryson :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)
brysonchen MOUNT VESUVIUS
12michaelr nice work bryson
12gilbertl I loved it but there is a spelling mistake on a blank slide that you might need to fix up.
lukas thats pretty kwl bryson, love the exploding volcano :)
brysonchen THE END
12martinm That was so kool i liked it so much but i think you need to add more potos but it was so good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
12heali cool bryson i like it
12kerrj good info bryson i enjoyed it.
jonesm 7JO enjoyed your presentation. Thanks for contributing to our learning. We noticed the good things about volcanos.
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Mowerd Great work Bryson - Informative and illustrative at the same time. Nice choice of music also. Tino Pai
dayles Awesome work Bryson. I think you have shown the effects of the A.D. 79 eruption of Mt. Vesuvius very well. You have described some of the effects of the volcano on people and places to a very high standard. One question I would have for you is what makes this a composite volcano? Perhaps add a slide to explain this. Otherwise, this is awesome work. A great first effort.
brysonchen Volcanoes however aren't just dangerous to people. They can help us in many ways. For example they can create hot springs and could change the climate of some places.
brysonchen They can also create mountains which can become great tourist attractions.
brysonchen Another way they can help us is by making the soil fertile. When the lava from the volcano dries up it will break down after hundreds of years and create fertile soil for us.
brysonchen A pyroclastic flow happens when ash goes so high in the sky that it penetrates the stratosphere. It falls back onto the volcano and creates a pyroclastic flow. They can reach up to speeds of 700kph.
brysonchen The towns Pompeii and Herculaneum were destroyed by pyroclastic flows but are places that are popular to visit in Italy.
brysonchen People have learnt about the eruption from the eyewitness account of Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus AKA Pliny the Younger. Pliny's uncle Pliny the Elder also witnessed the eruption.
brysonchen Mount Vesuvius spat out ash, stones and fumes to a height of 33km high. Mount Vesuvius spewed out hot molten lava and threw pumice out at the rate of 1.5 million tonnes per second.
brysonchen The force of the pumice that was spewed out was hundred, thousands times stronger than the bombing in Hiroshima, Japan.
brysonchen Mount Vesuvius is a composite volcano in the Gulf of Naples, Italy. A composite volcano is a cone-shaped volcano that creates silent explosions.
brysonchen There are many volcanoes around the world. Mount Vesuvius is just one of them.
brysonchen Mount Vesuvius is most famous for the eruption that happened in 79 AD. The eruption led to the destruction of two nearby towns, Pompeii and Herculaneum.