Volcanic material deposited on the surface of the earth is known as

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Volcanic material deposited on the surface of the earth is known as

(a) the core
(b) the crust 
(c) the mantle 
(d) the inner core 

Asked On2019-06-12 10:45:51 by:RSHAH12

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Volcanic deposits are the result of materials like rock and gases emitted from a volcanic eruption. Volcanoes are cracks in the Earth that allow melted or partially melted rock called magma to break through to the surface. (Though as soon as this molten rock does hit the surface, it is no longer called magma, but is referred to as lava.)
Lava flows from the Kamoamoa fissure, part of the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii.
Flowing lava, ash, rocks and even gases are all emitted in volcanic eruptions, causing destruction and altering ecosystems. But, in the long run, volcanic deposits are part of a larger process of creating new landforms, richer soil for farming and a diverse number of new rocks.

Answerd on:2019-06-28 Answerd By:KAPILJHADE

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