Molten spatter

Molten spatter

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Credit: STEPHEN & DONNA O'MEARA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Molten spatter flies out of a cone on a newly formed shield near Puiu Oio cinder cone on Kilauea volcano in Hawaii. As the spatter falls, it collects around the vent to form a cone. A spatter cone is a low, steep-sided cone of spatter built up on a fissure or vent. It is usually of basaltic material.

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Keywords: basaltic material, geology, kilauea volcano, lava, molten lava, spatter cone, spatter cones, volcano

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