Flashcards in 6.1 Deck (18):
Magma that flows onto Earth's surface.
Areas of Earth's surface through which magma and volcanic gases pass.
Dust-sized particles from a volcano.
A body of molten rock deep underground that feeds a volcano.
Cracks in the Earth's crust.
Rock that can float in water.
Forms when magma is blasted into the air and hardens.
Cool, stiff lava that oozes from a volcano and forms jumbled heaps of sharp-edged chunks.
Lava that forms underwater in rounded lumps.
Lava that flows slowly and has a glassy surface and rounded wrinkles.
Lava that pours out quickly and forms a brittle crust.
Large blobs of magma that harden in the air.
Pebblelike bits of magma that harden before they hit the ground.
Tiny, glasslike slivers.
Pieces of solid rock erupted from a volcano.
A dangerous type of volcanic flow.