The Volcanoes ClipArt gallery offers 27 views and diagrams of volcanoes.

A dormant volcanic cone in Turkey. It is approximately 25 miles in diameter.

Mount Ararat

A dormant volcanic cone in Turkey. It is approximately 25 miles in diameter.

General view, in part schematic, of the "Bassin du Puy" and the "Chaine du Velay" or "Chaine du Deves," Central France.

Bassin du Puy

General view, in part schematic, of the "Bassin du Puy" and the "Chaine du Velay" or "Chaine du Deves,"…

Section of the Cantal district of France, showing the reconstruction of the old volcano with its succession of lava flows.

Cantal District of France

Section of the Cantal district of France, showing the reconstruction of the old volcano with its succession…

Section of Crater Lake and its rim, with the probable outline of Mount Mazama.

Crater Lake

Section of Crater Lake and its rim, with the probable outline of Mount Mazama.

Profile section of Crater Lake National Park.

Crater Lake National Park

Profile section of Crater Lake National Park.

Diagrammatic section through the Freiburg region showing the former and present topography and the extensive erosion.

Freiburg Region

Diagrammatic section through the Freiburg region showing the former and present topography and the extensive…

Grand Puy of Sarcoui, composed of trachyte and rising between two breached scoria cones. Located in Auvergne, France.

Grand Puy of Sarcoui

Grand Puy of Sarcoui, composed of trachyte and rising between two breached scoria cones. Located in…

Bird's eye view of the Gulf of Santorin, during the volcanic eruption of February 1866.

Gulf of Santorin

Bird's eye view of the Gulf of Santorin, during the volcanic eruption of February 1866.

Section of the Kammerbuhl, showing the probable former outline of the volcano and old volcanic plug.

Kammerbuhl

Section of the Kammerbuhl, showing the probable former outline of the volcano and old volcanic plug.

Ideal section through a Maar of the Eifel showing the old crater funnel and pipe.

Maar of the Eifel

Ideal section through a Maar of the Eifel showing the old crater funnel and pipe.

Section of the massif of Mont Dore, France, showing the succession of eruptions and the outline of the old volcano.

Mont Dore, France

Section of the massif of Mont Dore, France, showing the succession of eruptions and the outline of the…

View of the volcano Mount Pelée, on Martinique, a French overseas department.

Mount Pelée

View of the volcano Mount Pelée, on Martinique, a French overseas department.

View of the volcano Mount Pelée, on Martinique, a French overseas department.

Mount Pelée

View of the volcano Mount Pelée, on Martinique, a French overseas department.

The parts of a volcano illustrated with Mount Vesuvius: "a, the cone; b, summit cinder-cone; c, Somma, part of former outline of crater; d, Hermitage (now Observatory); e, Portici; f, Herculaneum; g, Torre del Greco." -Dana, 1883

Mount Vesuvius

The parts of a volcano illustrated with Mount Vesuvius: "a, the cone; b, summit cinder-cone; c, Somma,…

View of Mt. Stromboli from the northwest.

Mt. Stromboli

View of Mt. Stromboli from the northwest.

Bay of Naples with Vesuvius in distance

Bay of Naples

Bay of Naples with Vesuvius in distance

Volcanic sills - the Palisades of Hudson.

Palisades of Hudson

Volcanic sills - the Palisades of Hudson.

Volcanoes of the great Rift Valley of East Africa.

Rift Valley

Volcanoes of the great Rift Valley of East Africa.

View of a part of the Val-del-Bove with parasitic cones and steep lava streams.

Val-del-Bove

View of a part of the Val-del-Bove with parasitic cones and steep lava streams.

"If the walls of the valley contain strata of unequal hardness, the form is modified by the projection of hard layers and the retreat of the softer ones." -Dryer, 1901

Unequal Valley Development

"If the walls of the valley contain strata of unequal hardness, the form is modified by the projection…

An experimental illustration of the mode of formation of volcanic blister cones composed of viscid lavas.

Volcanic Blister Cone

An experimental illustration of the mode of formation of volcanic blister cones composed of viscid lavas.

General view, in part schematic, of the volcanic massif of the Mezenc.

Volcanic Massif of the Mezenc

General view, in part schematic, of the volcanic massif of the Mezenc.

Section of volcanic plug (basalt) in chalk. Coast of Antrim, Ireland.

Volcanic Plug

Section of volcanic plug (basalt) in chalk. Coast of Antrim, Ireland.

An opening in the surface of the earth surrounded by an accumulation of ejected matter, forming a hill or mountain.

Volcano

An opening in the surface of the earth surrounded by an accumulation of ejected matter, forming a hill…

"Ideal section of a volcano." -Dryer, 1901

Volcano

"Ideal section of a volcano." -Dryer, 1901

Cone sections of various types of volcanoes. 1. Vesuvius 2. Lake Laach 3. Rocca Monfina 4. Lago Bracciano 5. Krakatoa 6. Peak of Teneriffe 7. Mauna Loa

Cone Sections of Volcanoes

Cone sections of various types of volcanoes. 1. Vesuvius 2. Lake Laach 3. Rocca Monfina 4. Lago Bracciano…

"The internal structure of many cones has been laid bare by prolonged erosion after the volcano has become extinct." — Hinman, 1888

Section of a volcano

"The internal structure of many cones has been laid bare by prolonged erosion after the volcano has…