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2.pluton that forms when magma intrudes parallel rock layers
6.relatively small, mushroom-shaped pluton that forms when magma intrudes into parallel rock layers close to Earth's surface
8.large, sloping volcano built by violent eruptions of volcanic fragments and lava that accumulate in alternating layers
10.unusually hot area in Earth's mantle that is stationary for long periods of time, where high temperature plumes of mantle material rise toward the surface
13.large crater, up to 50 km in diameter, that can form when the summit or side of a volcano collapses into the magma chamber during or after an eruption
1.steep-sided, generally small volcano that is built by the accumulation of tephra around the vent
2.irregularly shaped pluton that is similar to a batholith but smaller, generally forms 10-30 km beneath Earth's surface, and cuts across older rocks
3.swift-moving, potentially deadly clouds of gas, ash, and other volcanic material produced by a violent eruption
4.coarse-grained, irregularly shaped, igneous rock mass that covers at least 100 km2, generally forms 10-30 km below Earth's surface, and is common in the interior of major mountain chains
5.broad volcano with gently sloping sides built by nonexplosive eruptions of basaltic lava that accumulates in layers
7.rock fragments, classified by size, that are thrown into the air during a volcanic eruption and fall to the ground
9.opening in Earth's crust through which lava erupts and flows out onto the surface
11.intrusive igneous rock bodies, including batholiths, stocks, sills, and dikes, formed through mountain-building processes and oceanic-oceanic collisions; can be exposed at Earth's surface due to uplift and erosion
12.bowl-shaped depression, usually less than 1 km in diameter, that forms around the central vent at the summit of a volcano
14.pluton that cuts across preexisting rocks and often forms when magma invades cracks in surrounding rock bodies

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