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a seamount of volcanic origin (especially in the Pacific Ocean)

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After allowing some 15% for culls, trees should produce 90% Class I fruit, so there should be 60,000 tonnes of Guyots and 80,000 tonnes of Williams.
This year as harvesting of Guyot begins, Fabre estimates that size, shape and quality are good, despite earlier variable weather conditions.
The geomorphology and the depth of the seamount indicated that it is a guyot.
Summer pears, where the season starts in mid-July, are yet to be assessed, although Michel Fabre, president of the pear committee, estimated Guyots would reach 55,000 tonnes and Williams 80,000 tonnes.
Guyots (flat-topped volcanic seamounts currently at water depths exceeding 1,000 meters) within the Mid-Pacific Mountains, the Line and Marshall islands, and east of the Izu-Ogasawara-Mariana Trenches, have been visited several times during the past 25 years of ocean drilling.