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
The difference between Pahoehoe lava and AA lava is that pahoehoe lava is smooth and AA lava is jagged.
The differences between pahoehoe and AA lava pahoehoe is fat moving lava and looks like wrinkles curves but smother than AA.Aa is cooler than pahohoe and is all bumpy .
It make a quiet eruption produce two different types of lava-hot, fast-moving pahoehoe and cooler, slower-moving aa.
Yes. Pahoehoe is a variety of basaltic lava.
+Pahoehoe is basaltic lava forming smooth undulating(moving with a smooth wavelike motion) or ropy masses.It is contrasted to AAAA is basaltic lava forming very rough jagged masses with sharp projections and a light frothy texture. Pahoehoe+Both are types of lava. Aa is sharp (so you say Aaah as you walk on it), whereas pahoehoe is smooth
Lava tubes are usually produces by pahoehoe.
Kilauea produced both pahoehoe and a'a. These terms refer to the texture that a basaltic lava flow can take on and do not mean a difference in composition. Ofteb Kilauea's lava starts out as pahoehoe and becomes a'a as it cools an becomes more viscous.
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.
Quiet Eruptions produce pahoehoe lava. It also can produce Aa lava. Pahoehoe is a fast moving and a hot lava. Pahoehoe looks like wrinkles once it starts to cool down.
Pahoehoe and AA lava are produced by quiet eruptions. This means that instead of a blast or explosion, the lava just flows out of the volcano. Pahoehoe lava is hot and flows quickly. AA lava is cooler in temperature and doesn't flow as quickly.
A'a Pahoehoe Pillow Lava The difference between the lava is the elements and amount of water inside the volcano. Also, the thickness of the lava.There are 4 different types of lava flows maybe more
Not necessarily. All pahoehoe is basaltic, but not all basaltic lava is pahoehoe. A'a and scoria are also basaltic.
Both pillow lava and pahoehoe lava have about the same composition and harden into a kind of rock called basalt.
The differences are that Pahoehoe produces fast moving lava; Aa produces slower moving lava. The kind of eruption that produces these types of lava is a quiet eruption.
Pahoehoe lava is highly liquid and cools with a smooth, ropey surface. Aa is made of more viscous lava and usually has a rough, blocky texture.
Yes. Pahoehoe is lava, specifically basaltic lava which ranges from 1,800 to 2,200 degrees Fahrenheit.
Blocky Lava, Pahoehoe Lava, Aa Lava, Pillow Lava
Pahoehoe lava wrinkles as the lava moves underneath while pillow lava forms rounded lumps like pillows it erupts underwater
thr pic ubove is not pahoehoe pahoehoe is grey [PAH hoye hoye]
Pahoehoe lava, Aa lava, and Blocky lava
Pahoehoe is hot, fast-moving lava that has a low viscosity. AA lava has a cooler temperature and moves more slowly. Quiet eruptions are the type that produce these two types of lava.
pahoehoe or a'a rocks are the most common coming from a lava flow. pahoehoe or a'a rocks are the most common coming from a lava flow. pahoehoe or a'a rocks are the most common coming from a lava flow.
1) Pahoehoe 2) Aa Pahoehoe is lava which move fast and is slipery. Aa is lava which moves slowy and is very sticky.
No. Many shield volcanoes produces pahoehoe.