eruption


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  • noun

Synonyms for eruption

Synonyms for eruption

the act of emerging violently from limits or restraints

a sudden violent expression, as of emotion

Synonyms for eruption

the sudden occurrence of a violent discharge of steam and volcanic material

(of volcanos) pouring out fumes or lava (or a deposit so formed)

a sudden violent spontaneous occurrence (usually of some undesirable condition)

a sudden very loud noise

the emergence of a tooth as it breaks through the gum

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Eggert Magnusson from the National Crisis Coordination Centre said that this eruption has only lava and no ash.
The estimated 1-km fissure eruption in the Holuhraun area prompted the Icelandic Met Office to raise the warning code for aviation to red, the highest level.
A 2010 eruption of Iceland's Eyjafjallajokul volcano produced an ash cloud that caused a week of international aviation chaos, with more than 100,000 flights cancelled.
Packed with vitamins and amino acids, Eruption has:
He remembers one evening in 2011 when data pointed to an imminent eruption in the rift zone.
Rims of crystals in the nodules grew from a very different magma, indicating a major mixing event occurred immediately before eruption.
Tourists on the Canary Islands should not worry, because the eruptions off El Hierro relieved possible volcanic pressure on other islands, German expert Birger Luehr said.
Researchers said that it had its first major eruption in 52 years and that they observed eruptions with magma for the first time in 189 years.
Indonesia's Mount Merapi has erupted with renewed strength, the fourth eruption in eight days, forcing authorities to extend a danger radius to 15 km from the volcano and move refugee shelters.
Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano has errupted in an explosion three times as powerful as an eruption last week that forced tens of thousands of residents from their homes.
2bn - but the eruption of Iceland's Eyjafjallajokul volcano in April was "modest", a Welsh scientist has claimed.
But the amount of greenhouse gases emitted by even a large and ongoing volcanic eruption is but a drop in the bucket in comparison to our annual output of industrial and automotive carbon emissions.
It is shortsighted to assume that even if air travel returns to normal that the environmental problems related to the eruption will end immediately.
The eruption killed 57 people, destroyed 200 homes and flattened 4.