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_______ describes all the processes associated with the discharge of magma, hot fluids, ash, and gases. A. Magnetism B. Volcanism C. Thermal energy D. Hydraulic energy
Volcanism describes all the processes associated with the discharge of magma, hot fluids, ash, and gases. Your answer is B. Volcanism.
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User: Which of the following is a factor that determines the composition of magma? A. Color B. Viscosity C. Elasticity D. Texture

User: _______ describes all the processes associated with the discharge of magma, hot fluids, ash, and gases. A. Magnetism B. Volcanism C. Thermal energy D. Hydraulic energy

Weegy: Volcanism describes all the processes associated with the discharge of magma, hot fluids, ash, and gases. Your answer is B. Volcanism.
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