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Pâclele Mici | Former flow from mud volcano
WI_ro063.jpg Pâclele Mici  |  Mud volcanoThumbnailsPâclele Mici  |  Crater of mud volcano

Mud volcanoes are associated to exhalations of gas - mainly methane - mobilizing water and fine sediments in the Earth's crust which are transported to the surface under pressure and produce eruptions of mud. The result are volcano-like hills formed by numerous mud flows out of a central crater, and entire landscapes of finally dry mud.

Thursday 3 May 2018 by Martin Mergili in Europe / Romania (748 visits)