Volcanoes erupt to release pressure built up in the magma chamber by expelling
the magma as lava. Along with lava, a volcanic eruption releases ash and ...
Jan 5, 2015 ... The eruption of a volcano can be one of the planet's most destructive events —
spewing huge amounts of rock, gas and ash that can kill people.
Volcanoes erupt because of density and pressure. The lower density of the
magma relative to the surrounding rocks causes it to rise (like air bubbles in
Volcanoes erupt in different ways. Some are quite quiet. Others are very forceful
and send tons of stream, ash and rocks into the air. A Peleean volcano has the ...
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Feb 7, 2012 ... A caldera is a very large crater that forms after a very large volcanic eruption. The
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Volcanic hazards and prediction. What happens during an volcanic eruption:
Types of volcanic eruptions are quite varied, dependent on the type of magma,
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Volcanic eruptions can happen at destructive and constructive boundaries, but
not at conservative boundaries. Some volcanoes happen underwater, along the ...