Not surprisingly, two words have entered English from Hawaiian that are used by scientists in naming different kinds of lava flows. One, pahoehoe, refers to lava with a smooth, shiny, or swirled surface and comes from the Hawaiian verb hoe, to paddle (since paddles make swirls in the water). Pahoehoe is smooth and ropey where as AA is chunky and rough.(much like top of trees) Often a pahoehoe flow can change to an AA flow depending upon the type of . Pahoehoe Lava. Introduction Pahoehoe lava is a term used by Hawaiian to describe lava flows with a smooth unbroken surface. The basalt lava flows are typically to degrees Centigrade when they flow out of a volcano vent. They often form lava tubes that carry lava far down the slopes where they empty into the ocean at the flow front.
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