Yellowstone Supervolcano Eruptions Were Even Bigger Than We Thought
Yellowstone's geysers and hotpots are 'just the latest in a protracted history of numerous catastrophic super-eruptions that have burned a track along the Snake River eastwards from Oregon to Yellowst...
Anahim Volcanic Belt
The Anahim Volcanic Belt is a 600 km (373 mi) long volcanic belt, stretching from just north of Vancouver Island to near Quesnel, British Columbia, Canada. The Anahim Volcanic Belt has had t...
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Yellowstone hotspot
The Yellowstone hotspot, also referred to as the Snake River Plain-Yellowstone hotspot, is a volcanic hotspot responsible for large scale volcanism in Oregon, Nevada, Idaho, and Wyoming, United States...
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Yellowstone Supervolcano Eruptions Were Even Bigger Than We Thought
Yellowstone's geysers and hotpots are 'just the latest in a protracted history of numerous catastrophic super-eruptions that have burned a track along the Snake River eastwards from Oregon to Yellowst...
Sawtooth Mountain
Sawtooth Mountain is a shield volcano, and part of the polygenetic Indian Heaven Volcanic Field in Washington, United States. It is located midway between Mount St. Helens and Mount Adams, and dates f...
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Cheakamus Valley basalts
The Cheakamus Valley basalts are a sequence of basaltic lava flows at the Cheakamus River in southwestern British Columbia, Canada. They are part of the Garibaldi section of the Cascade Volcanic Arc a...
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Big Lava Bed
The Big Lava Bed, located in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest in the southwestern area of the State of Washington, originated from a 500-foot-deep crater in the northern center of the bed. The Big ...
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Henry's Fork Caldera
The Henry's Fork Caldera in Idaho is a caldera located an area known as Island Park, west of Yellowstone National Park. The caldera was formed by one of the world's supervolcanos in an eruption of mor...
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Meszah Peak
Meszah Peak is a volcanic cone located 66 km (41 mi) north of Telegraph Creek and 136 km (85 mi) southwest of Zus Mountain in British Columbia, Canada. It is the highest mountain o...
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Mount Cayley volcanic field
123°17′26″W / 50.12028°N 123.29056°W / 50.12028; -123.29056The Mount Cayley volcanic field is a remote volcanic zone on the South Coast of British Columbia, Canada, stretching...
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Chikoida Mountain
Chikoida Mountain is a mountain on the Taku Plateau in northwestern British Columbia, Canada, located 52 km (32 mi) southeast of Atlin on the east side of the Silver Salmon River.Chikoida Mo...
Lemei Rock
Lemei Rock is a shield volcano, and part of the polygenetic Indian Heaven Volcanic Field in Washington, United States. It is located midway between Mount St. Helens and Mount Adams, and dates from the...
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Cinder Cone (British Columbia)
Cinder Cone is a cinder cone with a small crater on the west side of the Helm Glacier in Garibaldi Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada. Cinder Cone is surrounded by cinder flats and its crater...
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Tricouni Southwest
Tricouni Southwest is a term for a basaltic andesite lava flow in the Mount Cayley volcanic field of the Garibaldi Volcanic Belt in southwestern British Columbia, Canada, located south of Tricouni Pea...
Al Harrah, Saudi Arabia
Al Harrah is a large basaltic volcanic field in northwestern Saudi Arabia near the Jordanian border. It covers an area of 15,200 km. The volcanic field forms the southern third of the massive Ha...
The Sphinx (volcano)
The Sphinx is a subglacial mound in the southernmost Coast Mountains of British Columbia, Canada. It is south-east of Garibaldi Lake. The volcano is part of the Garibaldi Volcanic Belt which is a segm...
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Siletz River Volcanics
The Siletz River Volcanics, located in the Oregon Coast Range, United States, is a sequence of basaltic pillow lavas that make up part of Siletzia. The basaltic pillow lavas originally came from subma...
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Satah Mountain
Satah Mountain is a cinder cone, located 35 km (22 mi) east-northeast of Nimpo Lake in central British Columbia, Canada. It areas to the south form a N-S-trending chain of cinder cones of Pl...
Bridge River Cones
The Bridge River Cones, sometimes referred to as the Lillooet Cones and Salal Creek Cones, is the name given to a volcanic field located on the north flank of the upper Bridge River, about 40 km ...
The Pyramid (volcano)
The Pyramid, also called Pyramid Dome, is a young lava dome on the northeast flank of Mount Edziza in British Columbia, Canada. It is on the northeastern edge of the Tencho Glacier and represents seve...
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Garibaldi Lake
Garibaldi Lake is a turquoise-coloured alpine lake in British Columbia, Canada, located 37 km (23 mi) north of Squamish and 19 km (12 mi) south of Whistler. The lake lies within Ga...
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Lone Butte (Washington)
Lone Butte is a tuya in the Indian Heaven volcanic field, Washington, United States. It is also a part of the Pacific Ring of Fire.
Lone Butte is one of the many shield volcanoes topped by cind...
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Mount Sanford (British Columbia)
Mount Sanford is a mountain in northwestern British Columbia, Canada, located 50 km (31 mi) east of Atlin.Mount Sanford is a volcanic feature of the Northern Cordilleran Volcanic Province th...
Malpaís de Güímar
Malpaís de Güímar or Badlands of Guimar consist of a volcanic cone, subsidiary cones, and several basaltic lava flows in the Güímar municipality on the island of Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, (Spai...
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Cauldron Dome
Cauldron Dome is a tuya in the Mount Cayley volcanic field, British Columbia, Canada. Cauldron Dome is made of coarsely plagioclase-orthophyroxene-phyric andesite lava flows and last erupted during th...
Cheekye Fan
The Cheekye Fan is a large landslide feature in southwestern British Columbia, Canada, located at the head of Howe Sound. It formed as a result of collapse on the western flank of Mount Garibaldi when...
Magic Mountain (hydrothermal field)
Magic Mountain is a large long-lived hydrothermal vent field on the Southern Explorer Ridge, located about 150 miles west of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Unlike most hydrothermal system...
Magic Mountain (hydrothermal field) - Wikipedia
Anahim Peak
Anahim Peak, sometimes mistakenly called Anaheim, is a volcanic cone in the Anahim Volcanic Belt in British Columbia, Canada, located 39 km (24 mi) northwest of Anahim Lake and 11 km (7...
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