eruptive


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produced by the action of fire or intense heat

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actively spewing out lava

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A small indented scar left in the skin by smallpox or other eruptive disease.
The eruptive activity continues pretty strong," McGimsey said.
Two papers study the evolution of the Santa Ana crater lake during 1992-2007, focusing on the 2006-2007 period when the lake drowned the eruptive vent following the 2005 phreatomagmatic eruption, and test a GPS monitoring system on the site.
At the height of each magnetic flip, the sun goes through periods of greater solar activity, causing more sunspots and more eruptive events such as solar flares and coronal mass ejections (CMEs).
Because we don't know much about its eruptive history, we don't really have a good idea of what types of eruptions it has.
Granite, or its eruptive equivalent, rhyolite, is often found on Earth in tectonically active regions such as subduction zones.
The map also contains extensive sections of text highlighting the area's geology, including its eruptive history.
The creative poetics are similar to those of the previous projects: a lush spectrum of contrasts of various type, degree and poignancy, plenty of dramatic moments, eruptive dynamism, but also an enigmatic mellowing, technical perfection and interplay, massive "Czech" (or today, one could say, "Haasean") full-blooded fortes.
Eruptive vellus hair cyst (EVHC) is a rare skin disease and is characterized by asymptomatic comedone-like papules on the anterior chest and limbs.
Humping 11st 12lb and ripping his field apart you knew you had just witnessed something eruptive that had changed the chasing weather.
Their unpredictable, eruptive nature makes it maddeningly hard to focus on whatever Dyer is trying to say about the film.
A series of newly-discovered eruptive objects announced by the MASTER Russian robotic telescope network team has led the patrol members to help with confirmation as outbursts are often very brief.
Pre eruptive idiopathic coronal resorption of permanent teeth in children.
Forecasters are still suspicious that (the Sun) could produce some more eruptive activity," he said.
An increase in fear, which people now consider "normal," leading to displaced aggression and eruptive anger.