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June 16, 2016
Arc volcano releases mix of material from Earth's mantle and crust
Seattle WA (SPX) Jun 16, 2016
Volcanoes are an explosive and mysterious process by which molten rock from Earth's interior escapes back into the atmosphere. Why the volcano erupts - and where it draws its lava from - could help trace the lifecycle of materials that make up our planet. New University of Washington research shows that a common type of volcano is not just spewing molten rock from the mantle, but contains elements that suggest something more complicated is drawing material out of the descending plate of Earth's cr ... read more

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