Definitions

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  • adj. Of or relating to a fumarole or fumaroles.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Characterized by, pertaining to, or due to the action of fumaroles.

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Examples

  • They noted no fumarolic activity, although water vapor resulting from radiant heating of ice-cored moraines was observed.

    Four Hunnnnnn-dred Years « Climate Audit

  • Note we are not necessarily talking about active volcanism either in the sense of fumarolic activity, eruption etc. but just high heat flows.

    Four Hunnnnnn-dred Years « Climate Audit

  • I think that most of the Antarctic peninsual volcanoes would be classified as active with historic records of activity, particulalry fumarolic activity.

    Four Hunnnnnn-dred Years « Climate Audit

  • (~30-40°C) to over 80°C, due to mixing with the hot fumarolic condensate.

    alidphotos.html

  • Geothermometers indicate that the fumarolic gases are derived from a geothermal system with temperatures 225°C.

    Geothermics Abstract

  • Thermal pools contain mixtures of shallow groundwater and fumarolic condensate.

    Alid project summary

  • The purpose of this project was to produce a geothermal resource assessment based on mapping of the geology and study of the fumarolic emissions from the Alid volcanic center.

    The Alid Page

  • Theoderos Tesfai, an Eritrean geochemist, collects a sample of fumarolic gas at As'ela, a fumarole on Alid's north flank.

    alidphotos.html

  • The isotopic composition of condensed fumarolic steam is consistent with these temperatures and implies that the source water is derived primarily from either lowland meteoric waters or fossil Red Sea water, or both.

    Geothermics Abstract

  • The materials of the Epomean landslips had evidently been separated for some time by shallow fissures from the adjoining rock, for the surfaces of the fissures were discoloured by fumarolic action.

    A Study of Recent Earthquakes

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