What Are Intrusive Volcanic Landforms?


Intrusive volcanism happens when magma beneath the ground is gradually pushed towards a crack or space that it may seep through. The process takes millions of years. The Devils Tower is one example of a structure produced by intrusion.
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Intrusive Vulcanism is when igneous rocks are
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