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Uploaded on Oct 31, 2010

Classroom demonstration using gelatin as a model for teaching magma injection into Earth's crust. The gelatin provides a see-through medium as an analogy for the crust. Roger Groom (teacher at Mount Tabor Middle School) discusses and shows how injecting chocolate syrup (magma) into the gelatin creates dikes and sills, similar to what can occur beneath a volcano.

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