Monday, February 24, 2020

S P Crater

Well defined cinder cone with dark lava flow extending from it. This symmetric cone rises 250 m above surroundings. Location, GPS coordinates: 35.58241 N 111.63184 W Categories: Volcanoes Values: Geology,...

Pu’u ‘Ō’ō

One of cinder cones of Kīlauea, erupting continuously since January 1983. The longest lived known rift-zone eruption. Continuous lava flows from this cone constantly...

Molokini crater

Partially submerged volcanic crater. Some 600 m long crescent shaped summit rises above the water. Exceptional scuba diving site due to calm water, good...

Mauna Kea

One of the highest mountains in the world if measured from its underwater base - 10,203 m high. Above the sea level it rises...

Mauna Loa

Volcano with the largest area in the world among the volcanoes which are above the sea level. It rises 4 169 m above the...

Mount Shishaldin

The most symmetrical cone-shaped glacier clad volcano (and mountain in general) in the world, 2857 m high. Mount Shishaldin is continuously active, emitting a...

Mount Martin

Volcano with very active fumarolic activity. Its crater contains intermittent acidic lake and thick sulfur deposits. Location, GPS coordinates: 58.16913 N 155.35699 W Categories: Volcanoes, Lakes and streams,...

Mount Douglas crater lake

This crater lake is approximately 160 m wide and contains highly acidic water with pH reaching 1.1. Location, GPS coordinates: 58.85442 N 153.54154 W Categories: Volcanoes, Lakes and...

Mount Cleveland

This near symmetrical stratovolcano is 1 730 m high. Mount Cleveland is almost constantly active. Nearby from the sea rise several more symmetrical volcanic cones...

Devil Mountain Lakes

It it possible that Devil Mountain Lakes is the largest maar in the world. These are two joined round lakes formed by volcanic eruption...