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Plate tectonics and associated hazards- Vulcanicity

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'Alkali rich hot water that emerges to the Earth's Surface from underground' is a defintion of what form of extrusive activity?
What type of volcano has steeper slopes, layers of ash and lava, and is produces andesitic lava?
What are dykes commonly made up of?
Batholiths: Large masses of what cools and solidifies?
Hot springs: What is there an absence of that means that there is no violent steam explosion?
Is basic lava runny or sticky?
What type of water is boling mud associated with?
What type of plate boundary experiences the most frequent eruptions?
What type of rock does basic lava create?
What often forms around a batholith due to heat and pressure of intrusion?
What type of eruption is considered the most violent?
Boling mud: What bubbles through accumulated rainwater hollows?
Geysers: What reaches the surface through an underground reservoir?
'Horizontal intrusions along lines of bedding planes' is a defintion of what intrusive volcanic activity?
What type of crust consists fo basic lava?
Geysers: What causes the violent steam explosion after the upper chamber has been emptied?
Dykes cut across what?
Batholiths are unaffected by what?
What type of rock does acid lava create?
Geysers: Whatr does a partially sealed fracture prevent?
Is acidic lava high or low in viscosity?
What type of volcano forms after a build up of gas destroys the magma chamber leaving a very large crater?
'Dome-shaped and exposed by later erosion' is a definition of what form of intrusive volanic activity?
What type of flow is a primary volcanic hazard?
What type of volcano has gentle slopes and covers a large area?
Boiling mud: Gases cool and react with O2 to form acidiic steam which then condenses to form what?
'Mudflows of volanic material mixing with water' is describing what secondary volcanic hazard?
What name is given to any ash fall that is larger than 2mm in diameter?
'Vertical intrusions with horizontal cooling cracks' is a definition of what intrusive volcanic activity?
'Hot springs that erupt fountains of scolding water and steam' is a defintion of what form of extrusive activity?

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