Examples of lava in a Sentence
a flow of molten lava
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It is said the flows of lava and gas were twice as high as the Empire State building with the top part of those 300-degree flows racing across the ocean at 200 mph killing 2,000 people 20 miles away.
His specialty is studying what happens when flowing lava meets ice and snow.
But artist Robert Wysocki took things to the next level with real lava.
Partially submerged by the Atlantic Ocean, the ridge formed some 150 million years ago after lava pushed upwards from the earth’s crust.
Bogoslof is a tiny blip of land — black rock, lava — that barely rises above the surface of the Bering Sea, northwest of Unalaska Island.
Somewhere beneath the clouds were the lush rain forests of the Hilo side to the east and the scorched lava fields on the Kona side to the west.
The site does not have an active lava flow, though Kilauea is erupting.
The swimming lagoon/aquarium, carved out of natural lava rock, holds 1.8 million gallons of salt water and is home to 4,000 tropical fish, including rays.
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