Volcano

Volcano

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Created on : 04 Mar 2016

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Volcanoes form when hot material from below rises and leaks into the crust. This hot material, called magma, comes either from a melt of subducted crustal material, and which is light and bouyant after melting, or it may come from deeper in the interior of a planet and is light and bouyant because it is *very* hot.
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