Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-06211
The small 1.8 x 2.2 km Paulet island, seen here in an aerial view from the west, is composed of lava flows capped by the Volcán Paulet and Volcán Larsen scoria cones. The largest and youngest cone, Paulet, contains a small circular summit crater of less than 100 m diameter. A small lake fills a maar-like depression called Volcán Andersson (center left).
Photo published in González-Ferrán (1995).
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Keywords: scoria cone