Volcanic eruption is the most spectacular of all landscape-forming processes, and has a fascination for the scientist and the ordinary man alike. This book gives an up-to-date account of the mechanism of volcanic activity, the products of eruption, and especially the many varieties of landform produced by vulcanism. It also describes the processes of weathering and erosion that attack volcanoes and lava flows, and discusses the course of landscape evolution in volcanic areas. The numerous...[Show more]
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