04 Volcanoes - Fig. 09.00 Fig. 09.01a Stephen Marshak Ruins...

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Unformatted text preview: Fig. 09.00 Fig. 09.01a Stephen Marshak Ruins of Pompeii, with Mt. Vesuvius in the background Fig. 09.01b Stephen Marshak Streets of Pompeii Fig. 09.01c Stephen Marshak Fig. 09.02 Basaltic flow Andesitic flow Rhyolitic dome Rhyolitic spire Types of Lava Flows Low viscosity High viscosity Fig. 09.03a Stephen Marshak Low viscosity lava covers a road in Hawaii Fig. 09.03b Stephen Marshak Ropy pahoehoe at Craters of the Moon, Idaho Fig. 09.03c Stephen Marshak As Aa Pahoehoe Fig. 09.03d Stephen Marshak Lava tunnel Fig. 09.04a Stephen Marshak Columnar Joints result from cooling Fig. 09.04b Stephen Marshak Shrinkage during cooling results in hexagonal cracks Shrinkage during cooling results in hexagonal cracks Fig. 09.05a W. W. Norton Stratospheric haze Rising column Collapsing column Nue ardente Falling lapilli Pyroclastic eruption Fig. 09.07 U.S. Geological Survey Lahar--a volcanic mudflow Fig. 09.08 Stephen Marshak Vesicular basalt Fig. 09.09ab W. W. Norton Central-vent contrasted with fissure eruptions Fig. 09.09c Stephen Marshak Fig. 09.10 W. W. Norton Volcanic plumbing Fig. 09.11ab W. W. Norton 09.12ad Shield volcano Composite volcano Fig. 09.13 W. W. Norton Fig. 09.14a Stephen Marshak p.248-249ap....
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This note was uploaded on 10/02/2011 for the course GEOLOGY 100 taught by Professor Lepre during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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