A magma-filled cavity within the lithosphere.
the chamber in which magma is stored before erupting pillow lava: lava that cools in water and resumes a fluffy, pillowy shape.
A body of molten rock at depth beneath the Earth's surface.
A full or emptied magma reservoir in the shallow portion of the lithosphere.
A reservoir of magma in the shallow part of the lithosphere from which volcanic materials are derived; the magma has ascended into the crust from an unknown source.
a reservoir of magma in the crust from which volcanic material is derived.
a reservoir of molten rock that is the source of lava in a volcanic eruption
A chamber(cavity or reservoir) in the lithosphere where rising magma is "collected" and halts for varying lengths of time.
a reservoir of magma beneath Earth's surface.
Reservoir of magma underneath the volcano.
A space beneath the surface of the earth surrounded by solid rock and containing magma.
A magma reservoir in the shallow part of the lithosphere.
The subterranean cavity containing the gas-rich liquid magma which feeds a volcano.
A body of molten rock and solid crystal mush beneath the Earth's surface. When this chamber cools and solidifies, it is called a pluton.
A three dimensional mass of molten rock (magma) within the crust often below a volcano. During eruption, the magma chamber may partially empty leaving a void.
a cavity beneath a volcano where magma collects
A large body of magma below the volcano that rises up through the column and feeds the volcano.
A space in the Earth's crust or mantle which contains a volume of molten rock, ie magma.
A large reservoir in the earthâ€(tm)s crust occupied by a body of magma.
A magma chamber is an underground cavity filled with gas-rich magma (molten rock). This magma erupts through volcanoes.
A magma chamber is a large underground pool of molten rock lying under the surface of the earth. The molten rock in such a chamber is under great pressure, and given enough time and pressure can gradually fracture the rock around it creating outlets for the magma. If it finds a way to the surface, then the result will be a volcanic eruption; consequently many volcanoes are situated over magma chambers.