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Yellowstone vocab. Part 2

geyser a fountain of water and steam that builds up pressure underground and erupts at regular intervals
magma molten rock beneath the Earth's surface
marvel to be amazed at
plume a feather; a rising column of smoke, dust, or water
preposterously ridiculously; arousing or deserving laughter
seismograph a device that writes down (records) the movements of Earth
spew to eject forcefully; to spit out in a great quantity
supervolcano massive volcano that can produce rare but enormous eruptions
infer to draw a conclusion from evidence
dormancy a state of inactivity
Created by: McKenzie88