Geysers are formed when subterranean igneous pressure forces underground water out into the open, and the turbulence

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Geysers are formed when subterranean igneous pressure forces underground water out into the open, and the turbulence required to create the geyser effect sometimes leads to hydrothermal eruptions, with steam bursting from the geyser’s vent and often destroying the surrounding rock.

a) turbulence required to create the geyser effect sometimes leads to hydrothermal eruptions, with steam bursting from the geyser’s vent and

b) turbulence required to create the geyser affects the hydrothermal eruptions, sometimes led by the steam bursting from the geyser’s vent,

c) turbulence is required to create the geyser effect, leading to hydrothermal eruptions, with steam bursting from the geyser’s vent,

d) hydrothermal eruptions led by the turbulence sometimes require to create the geyser effect, with steam bursting from the geyser’s vent and

e) hydrothermal eruptions sometimes led by the turbulence required to create the geyser effect, with steam bursting from the geyser’s vent and


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