Plume Volcanism

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Plume Volcanism

The Hawaiian Islands are an example of the way some volcanoes are made. A rising hot bubble of material finds it’s way into the crust of the Earth from the deep interior, and erupts material unto the surface. This bubble or “plume” is called a “hot spot”. Lava from the eruption turns to layers of … Continue reading

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