Pillow lavas are lavas that contain characteristic pillow-shaped structures that are
attributed to the extrusion of the lava under water, or subaqueous extrusion.
Pillow lavas are bulbous, spherical, or tubular lobes of lava. They form during
eruptions with relatively low effusion rates. Slow extrusion gives enough time for
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Mar 9, 2012 ... Pillow Lavas. A distinctive lava flow morphology that has been appearing in our
dredges is pillow lava. Pillow lavas form when hot lava flows ...
are actually tubes rather than pillows
, but in outcrops their full shape isn't always evident. They grow from within, which leaves stretch marks on their surfaces. More »
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Other features of spreading centres include metal-rich sediments and pillow lava
s, which are concentrations of igneous rock that resemble large overstuffed ...
Lava that forms from an underwater eruption and is characterized by pillow-
shaped masses. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth ...
pillow lava Piles of elongate basaltic lava pods, having the general appearance
of a stacked accumulation of discrete stone pillows, often many hundreds of ...
lava in the form of an agglomeration of rounded, pillow-shaped masses, the
result of subaqueous or subglacial volcanic eruption. Origin of pillow lava.