- GLOSSARY OF VOLCANIC TERMS
A clast picked up locally by pyroclastic flows and surges (Cas and Wright, 1987, p. 54). Accidental fragments may be difficult to distinguish from accessory fragments. In general terms, referred to as a xenolith.
Glossary of volcanic terms. - University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. G. J. Hudak. 2001.
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