Where does the ring of fire start and end?
The “ring of fire” or “circle of Fire” is the most important and largest area of earthquake and volcanism on earth. Surrounding the Great Ocean Basin and roughly resembling a horseshoe, this belt is approximately 40 thousand kilometers long.
This generation is home to about 75% of the world’s volcanoes, with 452 active and extinct volcanoes, including the world’s deepest ocean pits, the largest and most severe earthquakes and tsunamis.
Why is it called the Ring of Fire?
Is Hawaii in the Ring of Fire?
What is the most famous volcano in the Ring of Fire?
Why is the ring of fire so dangerous?