What would happen to the environment if we had a volcanic eruption every year?



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    There are volcanic eruptions every year, most of which are smaller eruptions. Volcanic eruptions release sulfur dioxide, carbon dioxide, hydrogen chloride, and hydrogen fluoride as primary emissions. Annual emission of carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide is 130 million tonnes and between 20 and 10 million tonnes a day. This already has environmental complications, which contribute to greenhouse gases and increasing acidity of the environment.

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