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crater a large bowl shaped hole
external igneous form when magma reaches the Earth's surface a volcano and cools quickly.
intrusive igneous which then slowly solidifies below the Earth's surface
ash the powdery residue left after the burning of a substance.
volcano A large cone shaped landform
igneous rock A glass looking rock formed from cooling magma
magma the molten rock material under the Earth's crust
lava magma that makes it out of the volcano
vulcanologist someone who studies volcanos
pillow lava Lava that forms from an underwater eruption and is characterized by pillow-shaped masses.
Ashfall Volcanic ash that has fallen through the air from an eruption cloud.
Conduit a channel for conveying water or other fluid
Magma chamber A passage (pipe) followed by magma in a volcano.
pumice a very light and porous volcanic rock formed when a gas-rich froth of glassy lava solidifies rapidly.
Created by: sylvia04rose