squeeze-up The extrusion of a small volume of viscous lava from a crack or opening on the solidified surface of a lava flow, in response to the pressure of fluid lava within the flow interior. Squeeze-ups are generally bulbous or linear in form, range from a few centimetres to several metres in height, and may have vertical grooves down their length.
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