Subject: If a hotspot causes islands, why don't they cause one large island?
Date: Tue Apr 3 06:45:57 2007
Posted by Andrea Fowle
Grade level: 4-6
School: Vanderlyn Elementary School
City: Atlanta State/Province: GA
Area of science: Earth Sciences
We were studying hotspots in school and it struck me. If hotspots don't turn
off, then why do they cause little spots of lands and not one huge island that
keeps on going? My science teacher didn't know and told me to ask you guys. I
hope you know why, I'm dying to know!
Re: If a hotspot causes islands, why don't they cause one large island?
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