by Jaime Miller
A volcanic neck in Northern Arizona. A volcanic neck is formed by the forces of erosion acting around an extinct volcano. The vent through which the lava flowed remains full of igneous rock, which is more resistant to erosion than the surrounding sediment.
September 4th, 2019
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