Volcanic eruptions are caused by a build-up of pressure under a volcano. “The molten rock is still pushing its way upwards, but cannot make headway, causing pressure to increase for so long as there is still hot material trying to rise to the surface. Finally, the surface gives way and there is a volcanic eruption.” Longer intervals between eruptions cause stronger explosions.
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