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When it finally reaches the surface, we see this as an eruption. When it's underneath the surface, the molten rock is called magma. When it reaches the surface, it erupts as lava, ash and volcanic rocks. With each eruption, rocks, lava and ash build up around the volcanic vent where the material blasts out of.