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eruption

[i′rəp·shən]
(geology)
The ejection of solid, liquid, or gaseous material from a volcano.

What does it mean when you dream about an eruption?

An eruption, such as a volcanic eruption, usually indicates the forceful breakthrough of unconscious material—repressed thoughts or urges—into consciousness. More generally, an eruption may indicate an upheaval in one’s life.

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The eruptions in 1992-2008 were accompanied by a thunder and the release of combustible gas.
Strombolian eruptions, wherein lava fountaining and lava effusion can be observed, are minor eruptions compared with explosive Vulcanian, Pelean and Plinian eruptions.
Effectively, that extends the danger zone to a minimum radius of 8 kilometers around the volcano, and it also means a hazardous eruption is possible within the next few days.
Phivolcs has raised Alert Level 2 over the volcano, which means the "current unrest is probably of magmatic origin, which could lead to more phreatic eruptions or eventually to hazardous magmatic eruptions.
10, a total of seven "C" eruptions and higher were recorded.
Volcanic eruptions over the last 1,000 years have exerted a heavy influence on global climate, according to a study led by researchers at the University at Albany (N.
Fixed-drug eruptions are typically solitary, but may be generalized (as was the case with our patient).
The findings overturn the roughly 150-year-old explanation that hot water alone fuels geyser eruptions, says Jacob Lowenstern, a volcanologist at the U.
A growing body of research has demonstrated that large volcanic eruptions lead to cooling across the world for several years due to the reflection of solar radiation by sulphate aerosols created from volcanic particles blasted into the atmosphere.
While supervolcano eruptions are very rare even in geological terms, evidence suggests that when they do erupt, it can happen over just a few weeks, or even days.
At the age of 23 and onwards except the age 25 the eruptions of third molar tooth was statistically significant (P<0.
Even though catastrophic caldera-forming eruptions that produce more than 100 [km.