Hawaiian eruption

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A volcanic fissure eruption where large quantities of basic lava spill out with very little explosive activity. Hawaiian volcanoes evolve through stages that have been delimited by the compositions of their erupted lavas; see Vazquez et al. (2007) Geology 35, 8.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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