Quiet Eruptions?


A quiet eruption is an eruption that is not explosive. The lava flows, but does not trap large amounts of explosive gas. Sheets of lava, and domes are formed as the lava hardens.
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Quiet volcanoes explode with much less suddenness, because lava does not cool and harden. The lava that creates a quiet volcano is still runny and flowing, and do not plug the craters
In a quiet eruption, the lava slowly flows out and forms flat layers that eventually make a
In the late nineteenth century, a system for classifying volcanoes was introduced: a) explosive - Explosive volcanoes erupt suddenly, with terrifying force. These form when magma
Magma composition, magma temperature, and the amount of dissolved gases in the magma. Ask us! report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 10:40PM EST. Source: linkinghub.elsevier.com
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