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I wonder why volcanoes blow their tops : and other questions about natural disasters

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I wonder why (New York, N.Y.)
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  • ISBN: 0753469650
  • ISBN: 9780753469651
  • Physical Description: 32 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm.
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: New York : Kingfisher, [2013]

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General Note: Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note: Where does forked lightning come from? -- What is ball lightning? -- Why do forests catch on fire? -- Who bombs fires? -- How can you fight fire with fire? -- When does a wind become a gale? -- Why are blizzards dangerous? -- Why did we shoot at clouds? -- How much damage can a hurricane do? -- Where is a hurricane's eye? -- What do hurricanes, typhoons, and cyclones have in common? -- What wind can sink a ship? -- How do sailors know a storm is on its way? -- Which boats are unsinkable? -- Why are twisters so dangerous? -- What is a waterspout? -- Where can you see a devil? -- Where can wind strip paint off a car? -- What is the Dust Bowl? -- How can a child be so destructive? -- When does mud slide? -- What makes floods happen in a flash? -- How do floods help? -- When does snow race at top speed? -- Who is an avalanche victim's best friend? -- What makes land slide? -- What happens in an earthquake? -- When does soil turn into soup? -- How do we measure earthquakes? -- Which mountains spit fire? -- Why do volcanoes blow their tops? -- Where can you see rivers of rock? -- What is an avalanche of ash? -- Which volcano buried a Roman town? -- How can volcanoes be good for you? -- How big can waves get? -- What sets off tsunamis? -- What is dangerous about space rocks? -- What was the greatest disaster on Earth?
Summary, etc.: Question and answer format provides scientific information on volcanoes and other phenomena.
Subject: Science
Science Miscellanea
Genre: FAQs.

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I wonder why (New York, N.Y.)
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