Ring of Fire


Ring of Fire
volcanic zone extending from Alaska to Chile and from Siberia to New Zealand via Indonesia

Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games. 2013.

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  • Ring of Fire — can refer to:Natural world* Pacific Ring of Fire, a region ringing the Pacific Ocean that is prone to earthquakes and volcanic activity * An annular solar eclipse * A United States colloquial term for a high amplitude jet stream pattern across… …   Wikipedia

  • Ring of Fire — Single par Johnny Cash extrait de l’album Ring of Fire: The Best of Johnny Cash Face B Get Rhythm Sortie 1963 Enregistrement 25 mars 1963 Durée …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Ring of Fire — bezeichnet: Ring of Fire (Lied), einen bekannten Country Song pazifischer Feuerring, einen Vulkangürtel die weltweit einzigartige Lichtanlage im Dach des Olympiastadion Berlin ein im englischsprachigen Raum verbreitetes Trinkspiel mit Spielkarten …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Ring of Fire — Geol. the linear zone of seismic and volcanic activity that coincides in general with the margins of the Pacific Plate. * * * ring of fire, a belt of volcanoes surrounding the Pacific Ocean and causing violent seismic activity; circle of fire. *… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Ring of Fire — noun An area of frequent earthquakes and volcanic activity, around the Pacific Ocean. Syn: Pacific Ring of Fire …   Wiktionary

  • Ring of Fire —    Narya, the Red Ring; one of the Three Rings of the Elves that was originally granted to Círdan, but passed on by him to Gandalf …   J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth glossary

  • Ring of Fire — geographical name belt of volcanoes & frequent seismic activity nearly encircling the Pacific …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Ring of Fire — Geol. the linear zone of seismic and volcanic activity that coincides in general with the margins of the Pacific Plate. * * * Name given to a belt of seismic and volcanic activity roughly surrounding the Pacific Ocean. It includes the Andes… …   Universalium

  • Ring of Fire — ALASKA VOLCANO OBSERVATORY GLOSSARY The regions of mountain building earthquakes and volcanoes which surround the Pacific Ocean …   Glossary of volcanic terms