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If swamplands were situated for miles around active or dormant volcanic territory, what behaviors would the swamplands demonstrate?

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4 hours ago, ChildOfMaroon said:

I know this is theoretical, but I am super interested in how the two would affect each other. Any theories would be appreciated.

There are plenty of examples that you could look at to see how. As far as I know, the swampland would have zero impact on the volcano, but the volcanic activity could warm the swamp and, perhaps, create hot springs.

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8 hours ago, ChildOfMaroon said:

I know this is theoretical, but I am super interested in how the two would affect each other. Any theories would be appreciated.

Like you other thread this one provides a good learning opportunity in focusing your questions (both are good questions whne focused)

Swamps are wetlands so can be salt water (like tropical mangrove around south sea volcanic islands) or freshwater (like in northern Russia. )

(Both have swampland plus volcanoes)

These make a difference and you need to distinguish the sources of water.

Fresh water will need to come from higher land with perhaps extinct igneous activity.

You say both dormant and active volcanoes.

Sometimes the rocks provide the source of solid/soil material, which determines the nature of a swamp.

Sometimes the solid material comes from decaying living matter to form materials such as peat.

 

So tell us more of your interest to focus this thread.

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