The word volcano originated from "Vulcan," the Roman god of fire. Revered and sometimes feared, volcanoes blast lava, steam, and ash capriciously. They serve as an emphatic reminder of just how dynamic Earth is. Members of the International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth's Int
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Customer Reviews for Volcanoes 2014 Wall Calendar
Review 1 for Volcanoes 2014 Wall Calendar
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Location: United States
Date:November 3, 2013
Pros: Makes A Great Gift, High Quality Materials, photographs from many places., moon phase notifications., dates of historical eruptions., foreign holidays.
I have posted this calendar in my classroom for several years and I always get questions from my students about where the photos were taken, what type of volcano is shown, and where to buy a calendar. It has fostered many meaningful conversations about geology in my classroom.
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Great Volcano Calendar for Us Amateurs
Date:October 23, 2013
Pros: Makes A Great Gift, High Quality Materials
Being an "amateur" vocanologist, who can't travel into craters anymore this is yet another awesome calendar featuring nature's most powerful force in action!