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Calderas - World's Largest - ThoughtCo

Jul 25, 2019· Calderas are large craters formed by volcanic explosions or by unsupported surface rock collapsing into empty magma chambers beneath the ground. They sometimes are referred … Calderas are large craters formed by volcanic explosions or by unsupported surface rock collapsing into empty magma chambers beneath the ground. They sometimes are referred to as supervolcanoes. One way to understand calderas is to think of them as reverse volcanoes.Volcanic eruptions often will be the cause of magma chambers being left empty and leaving the volcano above …Author: Andrew Alden

Caldera: Crater Formed by Volcanic Collapse or Explosion


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