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Role of volcanoes
Incredible processes are taking place in the underground labyrinths, as a result of which hundreds of useful substances are born. Erupting volcanoes more and more "spit out" vital substances. Thus, participating in the formation of the earth's crust, hydrosphere and atmosphere, they are literally the source of life for our planet. Erupting water vapor and gases, volcanoes provide the balance necessary for all living things in the Earth's biosphere. Finally, volcanoes make the earth fertile, and their geysers are sources of geothermal energy.
During its long life, the Earth has undergone many metamorphoses and who knows how many more transformations it will have to go through. Its continents either united into one supercontinent, then broke up again. First there were twenty, then thirteen, now six. But as a result, they can again merge into a single Pangea. Each such disintegration was accompanied by the formation of powerful volcanic belts that run along the margins of the continents (along their fault lines).
Volcanic belts can be seen in action. At the moment there are several hundred active volcanoes. Most of them are concentrated in the belt framing the Pacific Ocean. The so-called Ring of Fire - the length of which is over 30,000 km. More than 75% of the world's eruptions and earthquakes occur in this region. About 50-60 volcanoes erupt annually, 10-15 are in constant activity. In addition, there are about 1,500 potentially active volcanoes on the planet.
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