Volcanoes: Earth’s Explosive Past Book by Steven Austin, John Morris, Timothy Clarey, Brian Thomas, Jake Hebert, Frank Sherwin, James Johnson | ICR – Geology

ICR scientists demonstrate that the global Flood recorded in Genesis offers the best explanation for these and other volcano-related questions.

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Volcanoes: Earth’s Explosive Past Book

Volcanoes around the world sporadically emit dramatic lava fountains, high-velocity pyroclastic flows, choking ash clouds, or slow-moving lava that steadily engulfs everything in its path. Their eruptions point to the powerful forces at work under the planet’s surface, and they’ve inspired fear and awe throughout history. But Earth bears testimony to an even more dynamic volcanic past. Supervolcanoes erupted with a force many times greater than today’s eruptions, and their destructive power is seen in the scars they left behind. What caused such cataclysmic explosions, and why are volcanoes different now? In Volcanoes: Earth’s Explosive Past, ICR scientists demonstrate that the global Flood recorded in Genesis offers the best explanation for these and other volcano-related questions.

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Weight 10 oz
Dimensions 8.25 × 5.5 in

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