A spatter cone is a low, steep sided cone formed from the accumulation of spatter ejected from a vent or fissure.
A low steep-sided volcanic cone built by accumulation of splashes and spatters of lava (usually basaltic) around a fissure or vent.
A small, steep-sided cone that forms when gases escaping from a lava flow hurl globs of molten lava into the air that fall back to the surface and adhere to one another.
A low, steep-sided cone composed of spatter, very fluid pyroclastic material, built by lava fountains along a fissure or around a vent. Craters of the Moon in Idaho has classic examples of Spatter Cones.
A low, steep-sided cone of spatter built up on a fissure or vent. It is usually of basaltic material.
A low, steep-sided cone built up from fluid pyroclasts coating the surface around a vent.
a clot or hardened mass of lava in the form of a steep-sloped cone. [AHDOS