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M.T Vesuvius 


By Ruby Thomson

what happened


This disaster was the huge it was the MT Vesuvius eruption  it has been one of the biggest disaster/ eruption that had happened the eruption was on the 24th of august 79 AD. The eruption effected the two cities  Herculaneum and Pompeii the one that is most common that you will hear is Pompeii  because  it was the most effected.

M.T Vesuvius


Mt Vesuvius is located on the west coast of Italy by the city Naples since there was no Naples back when the eruption happened the cities were Pompeii and Herculaneum and they were both badly effected. 16,000 people died in the 79 AD eruption in Pompeii and there are still  body's being found and there would of been more body's from Herculaneum.

What caused it?


what cause this big eruption was that that  over the years the magma chamber  had gathered up a whole lot of pressure and as it made its way up the volcano. The pressure on  on the land caused several earthquakes through out the day leading up to the eruption.What cause it was just nature working.

The effects it had


The effect it had was huge as it was one of  the biggest eruptions in history.  The effects  it had  was massive no one survived the eruptions from both Herculaneum and Pompeii. Everything was destroyed from buildings to environment  nothing in these two cities are the the same as it was nothing survived.

what happened to the environment?


What happened to the environment was a big impacted  all plants and anything living in it died from the pyroclastic flow . pyroclastic flow  is a huge cloud of hot ash and rock when mt Vesuvius erupted it had pyroclastic flow it had  six waves of it.  So the impact was huge as it covered everything including people.

Interesting  information


Mt Vesuvius  is one  of the  deadliest  eruptions that had ever happened in history.


Mt Vesuvius is still active and it has a twenty year cycle the last eruption was in 1944.


The ruins of Pompeii is visited by 2.6 million people per year 

Bibliography



http://www.aroundrometours.com/30-interesting-facts-about-pompeii-and-mount-vesuvius-art39-uid1.ht

Aurthor :  samuel Heean              Date: 2014 - 09 - 05 


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dY_3ggKg0Bc

Published on 19 Dec 2013 


http://geology.com/volcanoes/vesuvius/

Aurthor : Jessica Ball     


http://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2007/09/vesuvius-volcano-dormant-eruption-pompeii/

Aurtor : Stephen S. Hall