Basaltic Cone Suggests Constructional Origin of Some Guyots

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Science  17 Jan 1964:
Vol. 143, Issue 3603, pp. 240-242
DOI: 10.1126/science.143.3603.240


A basaltic cinder cone was built beneath the waters of Mono Lake in Pleistocene time. This cone is now exposed. Its internal structure, external form, and petrography suggest that it was constructed with a flat top.