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Magmatic Deposits

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Magma is fused rock (i.e., melt including dissolved gases and any crystals floating in it). Magma can cool and solidify at depth to form a large rock body such as a pluton, extrude at a volcano as lava, or finely fragment as an ash cloud. Corresponding igneous (i.e., magmatic) rocks are called plutonic (or intrusive) and volcanic (or extrusive) (Figs. 3.1, 3.2 and 3.3).

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