Landforms resulting from intrusive vulcanicity- Updated 2024
Some of the landforms resulting from intrusive vulcanicity. Image by Msnucleus.org
ZIMSEC O Level Geography Notes: Landforms resulting form intrusive vulcanicity
Intrusive vulcanicity is the movement of gasses, magma and other materials into the earth’s curst to form interior volcanic landforms. The magma cools and solidifies whilst still within the earth’s crust to form these landforms.
The most common features resulting from intrusive vulcanicity are: