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Aa (pronounced "ah-ah" - a Hawaiian term), is lava that has a rough, jagged, spiny, and generally clinkery surface. In thick aa flows, the rubbly surface of loose clinkers and blocks hides a massive, relatively dense interior.[1]


  1. Glossary of Volcano and Related Terminology (Tilling, Heliker, and Wright, 1987)