The Physical Environment

The Earth’s Materials and Internal Processes

What type of sand do we often see on beaches near volcanoes

Because of the content of the sediment near volcanoes comprised of dark black igneous rock, the resulting beach sand in such places as Hawaii and Indonesia is actually a dark brown, even black in color.


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