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Volcanic bomb; XTS.233.1

Volcanic bomb; XTS.233.1
Name/Title
Volcanic bomb
About this object
Volcanic bomb; a piece of volcanic rock formed from lava erupting from a volcano and solidifying in the air.

Materials ejected from an explosive volcano are classified according to size. A volcanic bomb is today taken as a rock greater than 64mm in diameter.

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Credit Line
Collection of Thames School of Mines, Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga
Object Type
Volcanic bomb
Object number
XTS.233.1

Tags

lava
pyroclastic
volcanic rock


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