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Which of the following is not true concerning the impact of volcanoes? a. Acid rain can result from volcanic eruptions. b. Tephra are a combination of water and rubble. c. Damage can continue for
years after the initial eruption. d. The volcanic explosion is the pyroclastic flow.
b. [ Tephra are a combination of water and rubble, is not true concerning the impact of volcanoes, because tephra is Tephra is a general term for fragments of volcanic rock and lava regardless of size that are blasted into the air by explosions or carried upward by hot gases in eruption columns or lava fountains. ]
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