What Is a Fissure Eruption?

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A fissure eruption is a volcanic eruption where lava wells up through linear volcanic vents in the earth's crust and spreads over a large area. Fissure eruptions are usually of very fluid basic lava.
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A volcanic eruption where lava wells up through fissures in the earth's crust and spreads over a large area. Fissure eruptions are usually of very fluid basic lava; several were responsible
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Fissure eruption is a volcanic eruption from a fissure or fracture in the earth. This
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