There study is also significant in having practical interventions and approaches to dealing with what has become infamous recent volcano eruption activity at Mount Etna. The report therefore aims to critically analyse volcanoes at Aci Castello, particularly the infamous Mount Etna with the purpose of identifying the trend of activities of these volcanoes so that necessary geological precautions could be taken at these. This will be achieved by undertaking both field and literature research of the place.The primary data collection targeted Mount Etna as the research site. The specific destination of data collection was the Adaptable Geographic Travels where the researcher set up a small sample size made up of 2 respondents. The Adaptable Geographic Travels is a national approved educational travel and tour organisation that specialises in geographic sites. Because of this, they have experts who have vivid knowledge about the geological hazards and other geological activities that go on at the places that they cover as part of their work. As part of the field research, the 2 respondents were engaged in a semi-structured interview where they answered a number of questions pertaining to the volcano activities of the place. The trip also afforded the researcher the chance to take real pictures of the site and of remains of recent volcano activities. Much of the data collected from the respondents focused on how volcanoes have been manage at the Mount Etna. Various ways in which the place has become an important tourist attraction, regardless of the geological hazard that exists at the site were also investigated.Secondary data collection also took place through document analysis. By critically analysing different sources of information, it was going to be easier to come up with a formidable theory about the geological hazard of Aci Castello, particularly concerning volcano activities. The secondary data collection required the use of articles from geological journals. Because of this, an inclusion and exclusion criteria was set, which focused on the use of articles from databases such as Science Direct, Jstore, Springer Link, Ebscohost, Oxford Journals Online, Google Scholar, and GeoRef. A search strategy focusing on articles about volcanoes at Aci Castello was designed. Some of the inclusion criteria were for the articles selected to have been very current and
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