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Volcanoes in Eruption - Set 1
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browse graphicThe word volcano is used to refer to the opening from which molten rock and gas issue from Earth's interior onto the surface, and also to the cone, hill, or mountain built up around the opening by the eruptive products. This slide set depicts explosi (...etc)

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