Eroded landscape of basalt, an igneous rock

Eroded landscape of basalt, an igneous rock

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Credit: KAJ R. SVENSSON/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Basalt landscape. Eroded landscape formed from basalt, an igneous rock commonly found in the remains of old lava flows. The terraced appearance of the hillside is due to the presence of several lava flows piled on top of each other. Basalt rocks are common, dark and fine-grained. Photographed in Columbia Gorge, Washington State, USA. This region forms one of the largest units of basaltic terrain in the world.

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Keywords: basalt, basalt landscp, british columbia, canada, columbia gorge, earth science, geological, geology, igneous landscape, igneous rock, landscape, lava, rock, rocks, volcanic rock wall

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