Volcanism in the Andes

The volcanoes of the Andes are particularly explosive. The oceanic plate that dips below the continental one contains a lot of water. The water evaporates in the glowing magma. High pressure is created, which discharges at the Earth's surface in massive volcanoes. Source: https://www.zdf.de/dokumentation/terra-x/vulkanismus-in-den-anden-creative-commons-clip-102.html Source of the original documentary/URL to full documentary: https://www.zdf.de/dokumentation/terra-x/faszination-erde-argentinien-geboren-aus-extremen-100.html https://www2.klett.de/sixcms/list.php?page=infothek_artikel&extra=TERRA-Online%20/%20Gymnasium&artikel_id=108240&inhalt=klett71prod_1.c.214585.de Author: ZDF/Terra X/Sabine Armsen/Albrecht M.Wendlandt Translation and dubbing: alugha Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/TerraX

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