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04 Volcanoes - Fig 09.00 Ruins of Pompeii with Mt Vesuvius...

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Fig. 09.00
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Fig. 09.01a Stephen Marshak Ruins of Pompeii, with Mt. Vesuvius in the background
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Fig. 09.01b Stephen Marshak Streets of Pompeii
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Fig. 09.01c Stephen Marshak
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Fig. 09.02 Basaltic flow Andesitic flow Rhyolitic dome Rhyolitic spire Types of Lava Flows Low viscosity High viscosity
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Fig. 09.03a Stephen Marshak Low viscosity lava covers a road in Hawaii
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Fig. 09.03b Stephen Marshak Ropy pahoehoe at Craters of the Moon, Idaho
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Fig. 09.03c Stephen Marshak As Aa Pahoehoe
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Fig. 09.03d Stephen Marshak Lava tunnel
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Fig. 09.04a Stephen Marshak Columnar Joints result from cooling
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Fig. 09.04b Stephen Marshak Shrinkage during cooling results in hexagonal cracks Shrinkage during cooling results in hexagonal cracks
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Fig. 09.05a W. W. Norton Stratospheric haze Rising column Collapsing column Nuée ardente Falling lapilli Pyroclastic eruption
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Fig. 09.07 U.S. Geological Survey Lahar--a volcanic mudflow
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Fig. 09.08 Stephen Marshak Vesicular basalt
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Fig. 09.09ab W. W. Norton Central-vent contrasted with fissure eruptions
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Fig. 09.09c Stephen Marshak
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Fig. 09.10 W. W. Norton Volcanic plumbing
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Fig. 09.11ab W. W. Norton
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09.12ad Shield volcano Composite volcano
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Fig. 09.13 W. W. Norton
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