Subject: Q | comparative volcanology | Science | Earth Science | eruption style | challenge in volcanology | global database | type volcanoes
An emerging challenge in modern volcanology is the apparent contradiction between the perception that every volcano is unique, and classification systems based on commonalities among volcano morphology and eruptive style. On the one hand, detailed studies of individual ... View more
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