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Mud volcanoes

LC control 85088249
Topical headingMud volcanoes
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Variant(s)Domes, Mud
Mud domes
See alsoVolcanoes
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Found inCollins English dictionary, 2014, via TheFreeDictionary website, Nov. 18, 2021 (mud volcano: (Geological Science) a cone-shaped mound formed from fine mud ejected, with gases and water, from hot springs, geysers, etc, in volcanic regions)
Mud volcano - an overview, via ScienceDirect, Nov. 18, 2021 (Mud volcanoes are cone-like structures that form when mud, a slurry of sediment with water and gas, are extruded at the seafloor; Mud volcano refers to the seabed protrusion terrain that can spray mud, gas, and fluid; Essentially, mud volcanoes are geological features through which argillaceous material is altered and transported from Earth's interior and expelled onto its surface)
Mysterious lava flows on Mars can be mud volcanos, via University of Oslo Department of Geosciences website, Nov. 18, 2021 (Several cone-shaped formations and lava-like flows on the surface of Mars have puzzled scientists over years. An European research team, suggests that the formations may be after mud volcanoes)
Konrad, J. A violent mud volcano erupts in the Caspian Sea, via gCaptain website, posted July 5, 2021, viewed on Nov. 18, 2021 (Mud volcanos, also known as mud domes, are new landform created by the eruption of mud or slurries, water and gases)