In the video, you learned about the evolution of cinder cones and basaltic lava flows. these features are formed by volcanic eruptions when magma is erupted at the surface of the earth. the photo in part a shows red hill, located in central new mexico. this site shows a distinct red cinder cone and adjacent lava flow. the basaltic lava flow has been broken up by processes of weathering and erosion.
the north and south axis.
cirrus clouds: lacy or wispy clouds that form at high altitudes it would generally happen before a change in the weather.