No. A magma chamber is the area under a volcano where molten rock is stored. A caldera is a depression in the ground formed during an exceptionally violent volcanic eruption. A caldera forms when a volcano drains a large volume of magma from the magma chamber, causing the volcano to collapse into the space left behind.
Caldera - if the collapse is into a volcanoe's magma chamber. If into a limestone cave its is a shake-hole or sink-hole. (I think that may be a US / UK respectively, name division for the same feature.)
neither, sorry but the house meets in a chamber but i dont know the name of that chamber.
Yes, magma is another name for the molten rocks that are beneath or in the crust.
A chamber orchestra. Sinfonietta
Priscila Caldera's birth name is Priscila Carla Caldera.
Lighthouse chamber is a lantern
Molten rock or Lava.
For an ordinary strato volcano (cone-shaped) the throatwould be the name.But for some shield volcanoes, the caldera may be the name of the magma pool whilst it is close to the surface.
A pyramid or a burial chamber.
Magma, or if it is on the surface, lava.
magma or molten rock
another name for the mineral crystals in cooling magma or lava
A mining hole or cave.
A bedroom is a room in the home that is used primarily for sleeping in. Another name for a bedroom is chamber.
The Wilson chamber is a particle detector used for detecting ionizing radiation.Another name is cloud chamber.
Magma or lavaLava is molten rock. Magma is a mixture of molten rock and solids.