A pahoehoe is a form of lava flow of basaltic rock, usually dark with a smooth or ropey surface.
Pahoehoe and a'a have essentially the same composition. They both cool to form a kind of rock called basalt.
Lava tubes are characteristic of pahoehoe, as it can maintain a solid crust. With a'a the crust on the flows is constantly breaking.
it is called pahoehoe
Its called pahoehoe
thr pic ubove is not pahoehoe pahoehoe is grey [PAH hoye hoye]
Not always. Shield volcanoes produce basaltic lava, which can form into either pahoehoe or a'a. Sometimes both are found in the same lava flow.
No. Pahoehoe forms basalt.
there is no difference between pahoehoe and lava because pahoehoe is a type of lava there is a difference between pahoehoe lava and AA (ahah) lava
Yes. Pahoehoe is a variety of basaltic lava.
Pahoehoe is a type of basaltic lava flow. The kind of eruption that causes pahoehoe is a quiet volcanic eruption.
Not necessarily. All pahoehoe is basaltic, but not all basaltic lava is pahoehoe. A'a and scoria are also basaltic.
Pahoehoe lavas typically have a temperature of 1100 to 1200 °C.
The lava is pahoehoe Lava.
The difference between Pahoehoe lava and AA lava is that pahoehoe lava is smooth and AA lava is jagged.
Pahoehoe is a texture that is found in highly fluid lava. It occurs due to the deformation of the flow of the lava. A pahoehoe rock is the result of the cooled lava.
Kilauea produced boht pahoehoe and a'a. It often starts out as pahoehoe and turns into a'a further downhill as it cools.
Basalt, Fumeral, and Pahoehoe Basalt, Fumeral, and Pahoehoe
pahoehoe is smooth and blob-like aa is chunky