What are the steps in a volcano's eruption?

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A volcano erupts through a series of steps; first it forms the magma from molten rock, which is then pushed up the vents. Then it turns to lava while it ascends in the vents and eventually spills over at a high pressure releasing ash, rocks and a cloud of thick dust.
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the steps to a volcano eruption are first it gives a warning rumble then it erupts.
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Pressure and high temperatures beneath the earth's crust causes rocks to melt down. Melted rock turns into a liquid form known as magma, and this magma is constantly trying to force
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Very broad question! Basically when a plate gets subducted under another the rock turns to molten rock and consequently becomes less dense. As the material is less dense it rises
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