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7 May, 01:54

Which spheres would feel volcanic eruptions and earthquakes?

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  1. 7 May, 02:14
    All spheres feel the effect of a volcanic eruption and earthquake


    The spheres considered include the lithosphere, biosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere and anthroposphere. Volcanic eruptions result from the movement of molten magma from below the earth crust either gently or in an explosive form while earthquakes are caused by the seismic movement of waves in the earth crust resulting in intense shaking. The lithosphere is where both the volcanic eruption and earthquake are triggered. This usually results in damage to the earth crust and damage the surface of the earth crust as well called the mantle. The biosphere made up of plant and animals is usually destroyed by both earthquakes and volcanic eruptions due to being swallowed up below the ground as well as the release of toxic gases from below that can affect their chances of survival. The atmosphere made up of the gases in and around the clouds and air we breathe become polluted, visibility becomes impaired and life unbearable as a result of volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. The hydrosphere made up of water body is seriously affected as pollutants such as toxic substances from the magma and even waste are brought to the surface to contaminate our source of livelihood and survival which is water. Pollutants in the air are also washed into water bodies when it rains. The anthroposphere made up of humans and their activities on the earth surface are severely impacted by volcanic eruption and earthquakes. Scenes of building collapse, molten magma killing humans and destroying buildings will be too much to bear. There will be no food as agriculture will be severely impacted hence making human survival nearly impossible.
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