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Glacier outburst flood The term 'Glacier outburst flood' as it applies to the area of volcanos can be defined as ' A sudden release of melt water from a glacier or glacier-dammed lake sometimes resulting in a catastrophic flood, formed by melting of a channel or by subglacial volcanic activity'.
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