A mountain or hill, usually more or less conical in form, from which lava, cinders, steam, sulphur gases, and the like, are ejected; -- often popularly called a burning mountain.
An opening in a planet's surface through which hot liquid rock is thrown up. WATER VAPOR Water which is in the form of a gas.
A vent in Earth's surface through which molten rock and gases escape. The term also refers to deposits of ash and lava which accumulate around this vent.
A cone-shaped mountain formed by material ejected from the Earth's interior. plate earthquake shield magma lava
The solid structure created when lava, gases, and hot particles escape to the Earth's surface through vents. Volcanoes are usually conical. A volcano is "active" when it is erupting or has erupted recently. Volcanoes that have not erupted recently but are considered likely to erupt in the future are said to be "dormant." A volcano that has not erupted for a long time and is not expected to erupt in the future is "extinct."
Conical, circular structure built by accumulation of lava flows and tephra.
A naturally occurring vent or fissure at the Earth's surface through which erupt molten, solid, and gaseous materials. Volcanic eruptions inject large quantities of dust, gas, and aerosols into the atmosphere. A major component of volcanic clouds is sulfur dioxide, a strong absorber of ultraviolet radiation. Chemical interactions between sulfur dioxide and water cause sulfuric acid aerosols which can scatter some of the incident solar radiation back to space, thus causing a global cooling effect. For example, Mt. Pinatubo in the Philippines erupted in June 1991, and in the following year the global surface temperature was observed to decrease by about 0.3 degrees C.
A vent in the surface of the Earth through which magma erupts and also the landform that is constructed by the erupted material.
Vent or fissure in the earth's surface through which magma, liquid lava, and gases are released into the environment.
(1) A vent from which melt from inside the Earth spews out onto the planet's surface; (2) a mountain formed by the accumulation of extrusive volcanic rock.
A vent or fissure in the Earth's crust, through which molten rock and hot gases escape to the surface of the land, or the bottom of the sea.
An elevated area of land created from the release of lava and ejection of ash and rock fragments from and volcanic vent.
vent or chimney to the earth's surface from a resevoir of molten matter, known as magma, in the depths of the crust of the earth;150 The mountain formed by local accumulation of volcanic materials around an erupting vent.151
A vent in the Earth's surface through which molten rock, ash, and gasses erupt. It is also a term for the landform feature that is constructed by the erupted material.
a fissure in the earth's crust (or in the surface of some other planet) through which molten lava and gases erupt
a mountain formed by volcanic material
a big mountain
a circular or linear opening in the Earth's surface through which lava, rock fragments, ash , aerosols , and gases erupt
a cone-shaped mountain or hill, formed by eruptions of lava and ash
a cone-shape mountain of lava
a conical hill around a vent that connects with reservoirs of molten rock
a conical hill or a mountain built around a vent that conects with reserviors of molten rock below the surface of the earth
a conical hill or mountain formed by material from the mantle being forced through an opening or vent in the Earth's crust
a conical hill or mountain that is build around a vent that connects to reservoirs
a conical landform or mountain built from lava and ash
a conical mountain built up around a vent in the crust of the earth
a fissure in the earth where hot molten magma erupts to the surface, sometimes violently
a fissure or vent through which molten rock material, or magma, and gases from the interior of the earth erupt on to its surface, and the landform, which is produced as a result of this eruption
a gap in the earth where molten rock and other materials come to the earth's surface
a geological formation, usually a conical mountain, that forms when molten rock, called magma, flows up from the interior of the Earth to the surface
a geological landform A landform comprises a geomorphological unit
a geological landform (usually a mountain the lava is called acidic and tends to be very silica the is called basic and it will be fluid
a geological landform usually a mountain where a
a geological landform (usually a mountain) where magma (rock of the earths interior made molten
a geological landform where magma erupts through the www
a geological landform where magma (rock from the Earth's interior made molten by extremely high temperatures along with a reduction in pressure and/or the introduction of water or other volatiles) erupts through the surface of a planet
a geologic structure formed where magma comes close to the surface of a planet
a giant rock that have a hot air and lava inside when it explodes it can kill you and it is hot, it stinks
a hill, mountain, or plateau which is formed from accumulated igneous materials which erupt at the surface from a vent or vents
a hill or a mountain built around vent that connects with reservoirs of molthen rock below the surface of the earth
a hill or mountain formed by the accumulation of materials erupted through one or more openings in the earth's surface
a hole in Earth's surface through which magma (called lava when it reaches Earth's surface), hot gases, ash, and rock fragments escape from deep inside the planet
a hole in the crust of Earth or other planets
a hole in the earth's crust that serves as a chimney for the earth's molten center
a hole in the ground that leads all the way to the center of the earth
a hole or crack in the earth
a living (in a sense) landform
a location where magma, or hot melted rock from within a planet, reaches the surface
a mound, hill or mountain constructed by
a mountain built by accumulation of their own erupted products
a mountain, but it is very different from other mountains
a mountain but it's built by there own things such as lava blobs
a mountain,but they are not regular mountains
a mountain connected to a reservoir of molten rock below the surface of the earth
a mountain created by the flow of melted rock through an opening in the Earth's crust
a mountain formed by molten rock (lava) and ash emitted from the hot depths of the earth
a mountain formed from solidified lava from different eruptions
a mountain formed of lava bombs,ashflows, and Tephra
a mountain from which hot molten rock and lava, gas, steam, and ash from the inside of the Earth sometimes burst
a mountain having an opening from which fire, smoke, ashes Come out continuously
a mountain made of Rock and Lava
a mountain made of rock,lava,and bombs
a mountain or hill formed by the accumulation of magma or molten rock
a mountainous vent in the Earth's crust
a mountain that explodes lava
a mountain that is building itself
a mountain that is made of lava,bombs, ashflows,and tephra
a Mountain that is sometimes sick
a mountain that opens downward to a pool of molten rock below the
a mountain, the top of which bursts out
a mountain topped with vents, holes, and craters
a mountain which is shaped like an upside-down cone and has a huge crater on top
a mountain with a hole in the top
a mountain with a pipe or a vent that is connected to the magma chamber
a mountain with hiccups
a mountian that spills hot lava, big and small rocks with lava on the ends
an alignment process, like the earth doing a focus wheel
an opening in the crust of the earth from which steam, hot gases, and ashes are expelled
an opening where magma erupts onto the surface as lava after rising from deep within the Earth
a place on the Earth from which magma and gases associated with magma flow through the Earth's crust onto the surface, whether on land, in shallow waters along the shoreline, or under the sea
a place on the Earth's surface where molten rock (magma) comes to the surface to erupt as lava or ash
a special kind of mountain
a transforming process that fixes the surface of the world in mountains (in conjunction with other forces, such as plate tectonics and weather, and having other effects as well, such as forming lava fields, etc
a type of mountain that erupts material called lava(or magma)
a vent at the Earth's surface through which magma and associated gases erupt , and also the cone built by eruptions
a vent (crack, hole, any aperture) in a planet's (or a satellite's) crust from which hot molten rock, steam, water, dust, ashes, and gasses are ejected
a vent from the mantle to the crust and the magma comes to the surface and becomes lava
a vent in the Earth from which molten rock (magma) and gas erupt
a vent in the earth 's crust from which molten rock, ashes and steam are ejected
a vent in the earth through which hot gases and molten rock rise to the surface
a vent or 'chimney' that connects molten rock (magma) to the Earth's surface
a vent, or opening, in the surface of the Earth through which magma and associated gases and ash erupt
a vent or vents through which ash, gases and magma (lava is magma that reaches the earth's surface) erupt and the structure built by these eruptions
a vent through which molten rock escapes to the earth's surface
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a week spot in the earth suface
A cone which is formed above and around a vent by accumulations of erupted volcanic materials like ash, pumice, lava flows and other volcanic rocks. "Volcano" can refer to both the vent and the cone.
A hole in a planet's crust through which liquid rock pours onto the surface in an eruption.
_A vent in the earth's crust through which magma gasses, and volcanic ash are ejected.
A vent or fissure in the Earth's surface through which molten lava, ash, and gases are ejected. It is also the name for the structure, usually conical, formed by the materials ejected from the vent or fissure.
Landform. Any opening through the crust of the earth that allows magma to reach the surface, including the deposits immediately surrounding the opening.
A vent in Earth's crust through which molten or hot rock, steam, and ash reach the surface, including the cone built by the eruptions.
An opening through which molten rock comes from deep inside the earth.
An opening in the crust that has allowed magma to reach the surface.
the mountain created by the force of magma pushing through the Earth’s crust
An opening in the earth's crust that has released molten rock
A vent in the surface of the Earth through which magma and associated gases and ash erupt; also, the form or structure (usually conical) that is produced by the ejected material.
An opening in the earth's crust through which steam and lava are forced out.
a mountain with vents through which molten lava, ash, cinders and gas erupt.
An erupting volcano means you are ignoring a dangerous situation that is now coming to a head. A smoking volcano predicts a love affair made in deceit. An inactive volcano is a warning to not take on any new ventures for a while.
An opening in the earth through which gases, lava, and hot ashes violently rush out, or erupt. Some volcanos are still active, while others are not. Hawaii was formed by volcanos, such as Moana Loa.
an opening in Earth's surface through which gases, hot rocks, and ash are ejected from the heated inner portion of the planet.
An opening in the Earth's crust through which molten magma and gases erupt
A break in the crust from which lava emerges. Volcanoes are a major source of continental igneous rocks.
A vent (opening) in the Earth's surface through which magma erupts; it is also the landform that is constructed by the eruptive material.
A cone-shaped mountain made up from lava and ash.
is a naturally occurring vent or fissure at Earth's surface through which erupt molten, solid, and gaseous materials. Volcanic eruptions inject large quantities of dust, gas, and aerosols into the atmosphere and can thus cause temporary climatic cooling.
A volcano is a place on the Earth's surface (or any other planet's or moon's surface) where molten rock, gases and pyroclastic debris erupt through the earth's crust. Volcanoes vary quite a bit in their structure - some are cracks in the earth's crust where lava erupts, and some are domes, shields, or mountain-like structures with a crater at the summit. Some types of volcanoes include: caldera, cinder cone, hornito, lava dome, maar, mud volcano, shield volcano, spatter cone, and stratovolcano. The word volcano is from Latin; it comes from the ancient Romans god of fire and metalworking, Vulcan.
layers of lava or ash erupted on to the surface of the Earth forming a cone-shaped structure. Volcanoes are found in areas of the Earth which are geologically unstable, such as near plate boundaries, or 'hot-spots' where magma wells-up from deep inside the Earth. Page up
An opening in the Earth's crust where molten lava, gases and ash are ejected.
an opening in the Earth's crust from which lava, steam, and/or ashes erupt (or flow), either continuously or at intervals.
a gap in the earth's crust where molten rock and other materials escape onto the Earth's surface
A vent in the earth's crust through which molten lava and gases are released.
(1) A vent in the planetary surface through which magma and associated gases and ash erupt. (2) The form or structure produced by the erupted materials.
A mountain formed from the eruption of igneous matter through a source vent.
A vent in the Earth's crust caused by molten rock coming to the surface and being ejected, sometimes violently.
A feature in the Earth's crust through which molten magma, volcanic ashes and hot gases escape. It may be on land or under the sea.
The site created by the hot magma upwelling from below the crust ejected on to the surface of a planet or moon; namely the structure formed by repeated eruptions of lava.
When a volcano erupts, it spews out lava and gases from deep inside the Earth. The Cretaceous period was a time of high volcanic activity.
a hill or mountain around a hole in the earth's surface that can explode, sending hot, melted rock and ash into the air
A vent in the crust of the Earth or another planet from which usually molten rock, ash and steam are ejected.
When a volcano erupts, it spews out lava and gases from deep inside a planet (or moon).
A mountain which lava comes out of in some way or other.
an opening in the earth's crust through which steam, ashes and lava are expelled in periods of activity. [AHDOS