Montserrat GCSE Geography Case David Lee in an interview about life 2 days ago   10:07

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Lenard Barzey
Island of my Nativity...the Emerald Isle of the Caribbean, Montserrat...Cork Hill represent.
Jack Whitcombe
Saints Up
Pyroclastic _
Spc 23 anyone
Eddy127
the lesser antillies arc is a very interesting place to learn more about, the place goes under radar because recently not much volcanic activty like the rest ofring of fire constant eruptions
kane stone
thank you it really helped me at school;)
h_ .singh
Me
crazycreeper255
Who else here cuz of school homework?
Thomas Alton
Monserrat is one of a arc of islands called the Lesser Antilles.  What happened (and still happening) at Monserrat is not surprising.  This island is of volcanic origin.  But, even with today's scientists getting a better grip on the mechanics of a volcano, volcanoes remain unpredictable.  Hence it's no surprise that many of Monserrat's inhabitants still continue to grapple as to leave their island or remain and consider the geological risks.  The shots of Plymouth are vivid reminders of a volcano's destructive force.  But Plymouth was not the only Caribbean city mowed down by a volcanic eruption.  Students of volcanism on the Lesser Antilles must also study Mont Pelée on the French island of Martinique.  That mountain, in 1902, aped the Soufriere Hills in its destructive force.  Saint Pierre, Martinique's economic capital of around 30,000, suffered the same fate as would Plymouth more than ninety years later.  Pelee annihilated Saint Pierre and its 30,000 people.  More than a century later, residents on the northern end of Martinique continue to keep close tabs on Mont Pelée.  As will be the case of generations of Montserrat's inhabitants after Soufriere's eruptions.
Angus Aitken
this has realy helped me with my CE geography paper
Kyle Jeffery YT
hi
Garrett Fornea
At 1:52...on what date was that eruption filmed? It's one of my all-time favorite eruption videos, but I can never seem to pin down the date of that particular eruption. I know Soufriere Hills erupted a number of times in the 1990s, especially in 1995, but I can never seem to pin down the date of that particular explosion. Please link me to a good source if you have a date.
tsa_marc / tcs clan
looks like an interesting island
Abracadabra _XZ
Like if from oaks
Stafford Stafford
My beautiful birth place
WarsInAction
Who else is rewatching the night before?
BubblyTag PlayzRoblox
this is very helpful for Year 4
Tiago Farias
this is really useful but the dead man was so disturbing!
Tim Bosire
FUCK the carrabien mother fucker bitch slap
yayforgreentrees
Thanks for sharing this vid! Very useful for my environmental science class.
Sylvia Myst
I like this kind of thing.
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