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Subject: volcano
Category: Science > Earth Sciences
Asked by: crysp-ga
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Posted: 19 Feb 2004 08:05 PST
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Question ID: 308381
What is an eruption?
Subject: Re: volcano
Answered By: techtor-ga on 19 Feb 2004 08:59 PST
Hello Crysp,
A volcanic eruption is when a volcano spews lava, magma or other
substances from its crater, due to pressures building under it that
push out the magma. It can be gradual, like a lava flow from the
crater, or it could be violent, like and exploding or collapsing
volcano. The websites below could give you more information about the

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