Volcano Side Vent?

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A volcanic vent is an opening found in the earth's crust through which molten lava, volcanic gases and rocks pass through onto the land surface or into the atmosphere. The lava pours out of fissure vents before making lava channels that drain into the atmosphere.
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A vent on the side of a volcano is known as a satellite vent, this can be seen in both Kilauea as well as around Mt. Shasta. These vents are caused by the volcano often times having
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A side vent in a volcano is a hole on the side of a volcano. The lava that oozes out of a side vent with each volcanic eruption adds an extra layer of lava and ash, causing the volcano
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1 Additional Answer
A volcano vent is an opening or a channel. It's a rupture from the crust or the surface of the earth. This vent lets the lava, ash, gases, and the steam to rise to the surface.
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