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basaltic Meaning in Bengali

 অগ্নিয়গিরিজাত শিলাসংক্রান্ত,


অগ্নিয়গিরিজাত শিলাসংক্রান্ত,

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of Venus, which cover ∼80% of the surface, are basaltic, the lunar maria are plains of flood basaltic lava flows, and basalt is a common rock on the surface.

high-silica rhyolitic ash to low-silica basaltic ash, and tuffs are likewise described as rhyolitic, andesitic, basaltic, and so on.

undergoing decompression melting, producing vast quantities of a tholeiitic basaltic magma.

tachylyte), a basaltic glass with relatively low silica content.

Palagonite, a basaltic glass with relatively.

similar to ancient terrestrial rocks called basaltic komatiites.

Rocks of the plains also resemble the basaltic shergottites, meteorites which came from.

The lunar maria /ˈmɑːriə/ (singular: mare /ˈmɑːreɪ/) are large, dark, basaltic plains on Earth's Moon, formed by ancient volcanic eruptions.

Caribou Tuya is a basaltic subglacial mound in far northwestern British Columbia that began eruptive activity under glacial ice during the Fraser glaciation.

Effusive eruptions are most common in basaltic magmas, but they also occur in intermediate and felsic magmas.

During the Six Dynasties period (222–859) a garden on a basaltic site was created, which is now considered one of the most scenic places.

This is a list of maria (large, dark, basaltic plains) on the Moon.

It includes other basaltic plains, including the one oceanus as well as features known.

(containing the orthopyroxenite (OPX) Allan Hills 84001, as well as 10 basaltic breccia meteorites).

of basaltic lava, capping outward dipping beds of fragmental volcanic rocks and last erupted in Pleistocene.

Kawdy Mountain is one of many basaltic volcanic.

The Tahsil area underlain by the basaltic lava flows of upper Cretaceous to lower Eocene age.

Basaltic, low-silica lavas are unusual for Plinian eruptions; the most recent basaltic example[citation needed] is the.

Angrites are basaltic rocks, often having porosity, with vesicle diameters of up to 2.

composing of basaltic lavas and tephras and includes a summit crater.

This hosts Masaya caldera, formed 2,500 years ago by an 8-km³ basaltic ignimbrite.

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