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Cassini’s instruments also detected the presence of silica, which can get mixed with water in undersea volcanoes.

It also includes active volcanoes such as the Ol Doinyo Lengai in Tanzania, and the DallaFilla and Erta Ale in Ethiopia.

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The Natural History Museum in London, England offers a guide to making your own model volcano at home.

In one of the most poignant scenes in her book, she is hiking on Mauna Kea — the next volcano over from Greene’s Mars habitat — and finds a fern growing amid the volcanic desolation.

He particularly likes this approach that linked cycles of pressure inside the volcano with weather conditions.

And as we left, spears of sunlight painted the top of the nearby volcano Galeras.

Standing on the edge of the Burfell volcano, you realize what a fragile construct modern civilization is.

It ends with Godzilla lured away from Tokyo with a bird call and trapped in a volcano.

When the volcano blew its top, thousands perished, immolated by fire, boiling magma, and ash.

This week they got Mike Tyson and Razor Ruddock over at the Mirage, where the fake volcano blows up every twenty minutes.

A volcano broke out in the island of St. George, one of the Azores.

Fujiyama, the noted volcano of Japan, is twelve thousand three hundred and sixty-five feet high.

And what was a mere laughing, crying child of a man like Aristide Pujol in front of a Ducksmith volcano?

Torrents of lava poured over the sides of the volcano and destroyed whole villages on the shores of the lake.

Outwardly cold, Sir Henry seemed to his youthful observer, who now knew him better, to resemble a volcano coated with ice.


On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to volcano, such as: alp, bluff, butte, cliff, crag, and elevation.

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