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hawaiian eruption  
TYPE
  • http://purl.org/net/provenance/ns#DataItem

DEFINITION
  • Eruption in which great quantities of extremely fluid basaltic lava are poured out, mainly issuing in lava fountains from fissures on the flanks of a volcano. Explosive phenomena are rare, but much spatter and scoria are piled into cones and mounds along the vents. Characteristic of shield volcanoes
DESCRIPTION
  • Eruption in which great quantities of extremely fluid basaltic lava are poured out, mainly issuing in lava fountains from fissures on the flanks of a volcano. Explosive phenomena are rare, but much spatter and scoria are piled into cones and mounds along the vents. Characteristic of shield volcanoes
IDENTIFIER
  • hawaiianEruption
TITLE
  • hawaiian eruption
URI
http://inspire.ec.europa.eu/codelist/EventProcessValue/hawaiianEruption
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