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A volcanic rock made of sharp rock fragments and full of air pockets once occupied by gases. Scoria cones are constructed by the accumulation of ballistically ejected clasts from discrete, relatively coarse-grained Strombolian bursts, and subsequent avalanching (Valentine et al. (2005) Geology 33, 8).

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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