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Igneous Environments
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"MOLTEN ROCK MAY ERUPT onto Earth’s surface at a volcano, or it may solidify underground. Igneous rocks form some very distinctive landscapes, such as huge gray mountains, precipitous volcanic buttes, and menacing cone-shaped volcanoes. How does molten rock form, move, and solidify, and what types of landscapes and other features does it produce? "

 

From: Exploring Geology
by Stephen Reynolds, et al