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Q: The volcanic erupted on Wednesday,after which a huge cloud of gas and dust covered the sky.
What does 'after which' mean ? And what can be the replacement?
(If there' any wrong places in my question ,please point it out,too😁
“After which” is similar to “afterwards” or “and then”, but you can’t simply replace with those words/phrases.

It is a stand-in for the thing you’ve mentioned.

It is a bit clunky to say:
“The volcano erupted on Wednesday. After the volcano erupted, a huge cloud…” but that’s what “after which” is replacing .

Also correct but again, wordier than the original construction:
“The volcano erupted on Wednesday. After the eruption, a huge cloud…”

Others ways to say it:
The volcano erupted on Wednesday, and a huge cloud…
After the volcano erupted on Wednesday, a huge cloud…
Q: The massive underwater volcanic eruption has wreaked havoc on Tonga,
smothered the island in ash, cut power and severe communications outside the world.

Is this sentence correct ?
A: I think you mean "severed", which means to cut something and is the past tense of "sever". It would be "severed communication with the outside world."
"Severe" means very intense or important, usually in a bad way.

I would also say "led to power outages/cuts", which sounds more natural than just "cut power".
Q: Even if volcanic activities did emit a lot of sulfur dioxide, it would not stay long enough to generate the mass extinction.
Does the sentence sound natural enough?

"Natural enough" LOL 😁

Not quite would not stay in the atmosphere long enough to cause a mass extinction ✔️
Q: The volcanic activity was active during the era of Dinosaur. klingt das natürlich?
A: Volcanic activity was high during the era of the dinosaurs.
Q: Recent volcanic eruptions and volcanic earthquakes have made people shy away from mountain climbing klingt das natürlich?
A: perfectly, good job!

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