Maar



[mahr] /mɑr/

noun, Geology.
1.
a circular volcanic landform resulting from explosive ash eruptions.
/mɑː/
noun (pl) maars, maare (ˈmɑːrə)
1.
(sometimes capital) a coneless volcanic crater that has been formed by a single explosion
maar
(mär)
A broad, shallow, generally flat-floored volcanic crater that is often filled with water. Maars usually form from explosive eruptions caused by the heating and boiling of groundwater that is invaded by rising magma.

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