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KARANGETANG
ETNA
MOUNT ETNA
ACTIVE VOLCANOES
KLYUCHEVSKAYA SOPKA
AVACHINSKY
KAMCHATKA
JAVA
ACATENANGO
AMBRYM
ANATAHAN
ARACAR
ARENAL VOLCANO
ASAMA
ASH PLUMES
ASKJA
AUGUSTINE VOLCANO
AZUL
BACKGROUND
BATUR
BEZYMIANNY
BILIRAN
BILIRAN ISLAND
BOGOSLOF ISLAND
CAMEROON
CERRO NEGRO
CHIGINAGAK
CHIKURACHKI
COTOPAXI
EAST JAVA
ECUADOR
ERTA ALE
FARALLON DE PAJAROS
FERNANDINA ISLAND
FUEGO
GALERAS
GALUNGGUNG
GEOLOGIC SUMMARY
HAYES VOLCANO
HEKLA
HUALALAI
ICELAND
IJEN
ILIBOLENG
ILLINIZA
KARTHALA
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Karangetang

  1. Karangetang is one of Indonesia's most active volcanoes. (Web site)
  2. Karangetang is a small but highly active volcano in Indonesia, just off the northeast tip of Sulawesi Island near the Philippines.
  3. Karangetang is one of Indonesia's most active mountains, and it has been rumbling for days. (Web site)
  4. Karangetang is one of Indonesia's most active volcanoes, with more than 40 eruptions recorded since 1675. (Web site)

Etna

  1. Etna is a shield volcano on the Italian island of Sicily. (Web site)
  2. Etna is a rural community with a population of about 1012 people that is fast becoming a popular home for commuters to neighboring Newport and nearby Bangor.
  3. Etna is a basaltic shield volcano located on the eastern side of Sicily.
  4. Etna is a surprisingly large mountain where people can easily lose orientation, and this huge mountain creates its own microclimate.
  5. Etna is an active volcano.

Mount Etna

  1. Mount Etna is a transitional shield to stratovolcano that has erupted more than 150 times since activity was first recorded in 1500 B.C. (Web site)
  2. Mount Etna is an active volcano on the east coast of Sicily, southern Italy. (Web site)
  3. Mount Etna is a 3323m high active volcano in Sicily, Italy. (Web site)
  4. Mount Etna is one of the most active volcanoes in the world and is in an almost constant state of eruption.
  5. Mount Etna is one of the most active volcanoes in the world and it is in an almost constant state of eruption. (Web site)

Active Volcanoes

  1. Active volcanoes are found in the northern peninsula and continuously stretches to the north to Sangihe Islands.
  2. Active volcanoes are found in the country, and earthquakes occur. (Web site)
  3. Active volcanoes are watched very closely so people and animals in the area can be moved to a safe place.

Klyuchevskaya Sopka

  1. Klyuchevskaya Sopka is classified as a cone shaped stratovolcano and ascent is possible from all sides.
  2. Klyuchevskaya Sopka is part of the Kuril and Kamchatka volcanic belt, which is comprised of several other volcanoes.
  3. Klyuchevskaya Sopka is the highest active volcano in Eurasia. (Web site)
  4. Klyuchevskaya Sopka is the highest mountain on the Kamchatka Peninsula of Russia, and the highest active volcano in the world. (Web site)

Avachinsky

  1. Avachinsky is a classical Somma- Vesuvius type volcano located just 30 km north of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky.
  2. Avachinsky is a large strato-volcano that began to form 60-70,000 years ago.
  3. Avachinsky is a typical volcano of the Somma-Vesuvius type.
  4. Avachinsky is a volcano on the Kamchatka Peninsula in the far east of Russia .
  5. Avachinsky is one of the most active stratovolcanoes on the Kamchatka peninsula. (Web site)

Kamchatka

  1. Kamchatka is the home of many volcanoes. (Web site)
  2. Kamchatka is part of the Russian Kamchatka region (along with a part of the continent, the Komandorskie Islands and Karaginski Island).
  3. Kamchatka is a 1,250-kilometer-long peninsula in the Russian far east, with an area of 472,300 km-.
  4. Kamchatka - the great tour: volcanoes and hot springs.
  5. Kamchatka is a huge peninsula more than 1200 km long, located in the Far East of Russia, 9 hours to the East by plane from Moscow.

Java

  1. Java is a relatively small island, compared to Sumatra, but it has denser concentration of active volcanos.
  2. Java is a relatively small island compared to Sumatra, but it has a higher concentration of active volcanoes.
  3. Java is also one of the most densely populated regions on Earth.
  4. Java is the melting pot, where Malayan, Indian, Arab, Chinese and European influences met and mixed. (Web site)
  5. Java was the site of many influential kingdoms in the Southeast Asian region, and as a result, many literary works have been written by Javanese authors.

Acatenango

  1. Acatenango is an almost identical twin of nearby Volcan de Fuego.
  2. Acatenango is a stratovolcano in Guatemala, close to the city of Antigua. (Web site)
  3. Acatenango is an andesitic stratovolcano rising to a height of 13,900 feet. (Web site)
  4. Acatenango is the third tallest in Guatemala.

Ambrym

  1. Ambrym is a large basaltic volcano with a 12-km-wide, 1,900 years old caldera, sited in the Vanuatu archipelago, formerly known as New Hebrides. (Web site)
  2. Ambrym is a place for the adventurous traveler seeking a real island experience.
  3. Ambrym is a place for the adventurous traveller seeking a real island experience.
  4. Ambrym is a shield volcano .
  5. Ambrym is certainly a place for adventure with volcano trekking, mountains, hiking, bush walking, strong traditional culture and magic.

Anatahan

  1. Anatahan is a 9-kilometer-long island in the central Mariana Islands. (Web site)
  2. Anatahan is a 33 sq km island, 128km north of here and just over 322km north of Guam. (Web site)
  3. Anatahan is a 33 square kilometre (13 square miles) island, 128 kilometres (80 miles) north of here and just over 322 kilometres (200 miles) north of Guam. (Web site)
  4. Anatahan is a 9 km long and 4 km wide island dominated by two volcanoes having E-W trending elongated and overlapping summit calderas.
  5. Anatahan is a 9-kilometer- (5.6-mile-) long island.

Aracar

  1. Aracar was my first stop on my last day.
  2. Aracar is a large conical stratovolcano in northwestern Argentina , just east of the Chilean border.
  3. Aracar is a steep-sided stratovolcano with a youthful-looking summit crater 1–1.5 km in diameter that contains a small lake. (Web site)
  4. Aracar is a steep-sided stratovolcano with a youthful-looking summit crater 1-1.5 km in diameter that contains a small lake.

Arenal Volcano

  1. Arenal Volcano is a beautiful cone-shaped volcano rising out of flat surrounding plains.
  2. Arenal Volcano is a paradise, perfect for honeymooning.
  3. Arenal Volcano is a perfectly shaped cone of more than 1,600 meters.
  4. Arenal Volcano is a picture-perfect cone. (Web site)
  5. Arenal Volcano is an active andesitic stratovolcano in Costa Rica.

Asama

  1. ASAMA is a big and beautiful but dangerous fire-mountain.
  2. Asama is a beautiful stratovolcano with andesitic lava flows and pyroclasts on its flank.
  3. ASAMA is a division of the United States Sports Academy and is dedicated to the preservation of sports history, art and literature.
  4. ASAMA is a global marketer of intellectual property and advanced technology since 1951.
  5. Asama is a conical volcano with beautiful slopes spreading at the foot.

Ash Plumes

  1. Ash plumes were also present and drifted NE on 31 August, and SE and NW during 1-3 September. (Web site)
  2. Ash plumes were also present and drifted SE on 24 August and NE during 28-30 August. (Web site)
  3. Ash plumes were observed drifting in all directions during the reporting period. (Web site)
  4. Ash plumes were observed on satellite imagery and drifted more than 130 km W on 18 December and 300 km to the NW and SW on 19 December. (Web site)
  5. Ash plumes were occasionally visible on satellite imagery. (Web site)

Askja

  1. Askja is a popular tourist destination.
  2. Askja is a building that belongs to the University of Iceland , named after the volcano Askja .
  3. Askja is a calderas in the Dyngjufj--ll mountains just north of the Vatnaj--kull glacier.
  4. Askja is a large basaltic central volcano that forms the Dyngjufj--ll massif.
  5. Askja is a large central volcano that forms the Dyngjufj--ll massif.

Augustine Volcano

  1. Augustine Volcano is a 8-11Km island located in the Lower Cook Inlet apporximately 70 miles west of Homer, Alaska.
  2. Augustine Volcano is a stratovolcano in southwestern Cook Inlet, southcentral coastal Alaska, 280 kilometres (180 miles) southwest of Anchorage. (Web site)

Azul

  1. Azul is a one-stop shop.
  2. Azul is a poetry collection by Rub--n Dar--o .
  3. The Azul is a nice class 2-3 run to do in the Futaleufu area.

Background

  1. Background: The former French Cameroon and part of British Cameroon merged in 1961 to form the present country. (Web site)
  2. Background: The steep-sided Tungurahua stratovolcano towers more than 3 km above its northern base.

Batur

  1. Batur is a few hours drive away from Nusa Dua where I was staying, it was going to be dark and I had never been there before.

Bezymianny

  1. Bezymianny is a stratovolcano on the Kamchatka peninsula of Russia.
  2. Bezymianny is a stratovolcano with a destroyed summit.
  3. Bezymianny is an active stratovolcano in Kamchatka, Russia. (Web site)
  4. Bezymianny was at Concern Color Code Yellow, which meant an explosive eruption was possible in the following 4 weeks.

Biliran

  1. Biliran is a volcanic island in central Philippines. (Web site)
  2. Biliran is one of the smallest provinces in the Philippines and it is located in the Eastern Visayas region.

Biliran Island

  1. All the municipalities except Maripipi are located on Biliran Island while Maripipi is an island municipality located to the northwest.
  2. The volcano is located on Biliran Island off the western coast of Leyte Island.
  3. The inhabitants of Biliran Island petitioned for pueblo and parish status as early as 1712.

Bogoslof Island

  1. Bogoslof Island is a critical breeding ground of the endangered Steller sea lion so access by humans is extremely limited.
  2. Bogoslof Island is a disappearing volcano, having emerged and submerged in the sea more than once in historic time.
  3. Bogoslof Island is the summit of a largely submarine stratovolcano located in the Bering Sea 50 km (31 mi) behind the main Aleutian volcanic arc. (Web site)
  4. Bogoslof Island is the summit of a largely submarine stratovolcano located in the Bering Sea 50 km behind the main Aleutian arc. (Web site)

Cameroon

  1. Cameroon is a bilingual country.
  2. Cameroon is a conservative society.
  3. Cameroon is a diverse and multi ethnic country .
  4. Cameroon is a member of CEMAC (Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa) and supports UN peacekeeping activities in Central Africa.
  5. Cameroon is a member of both the Commonwealth of Nations and La Francophonie. (Web site)

Cerro Negro

  1. Cerro Negro is a basaltic cinder cone that has erupted repeatedly since its birth in 1850.
  2. Cerro Negro is a flat lying manto type deposit hosted by Cretaceous age volcanics and sediments.
  3. Cerro Negro is a key part of the Famatina District, one of Argentina's most famous mining camps.
  4. Cerro Negro is a mountain summit in Taos County in the state of New Mexico (NM). Cerro Negro climbs to 7,766 feet (2,367.08 meters) above sea level.
  5. Cerro Negro is a relatively long- 1231.

Chiginagak

  1. Chiginagak is a glacier-covered stratovolcano with a deep breach on the SW flank (right) that extends to its small summit crater.
  2. Chiginagak is a little-known volcano with no recent history of blowing its top or spewing lava.
  3. Chiginagak is a stratovolcano that stands 4,559 ft (1390 m) above the surrounding plain.
  4. Chiginagak is a symmetric stratovolcano located 110 miles (175 km) south of King Salmon on the Alaska Peninsula.
  5. Chiginagak is a symmetric stratovolcano located 175 km (110 mi) south of King Salmon on the Alaska Peninsula.

Chikurachki

  1. Chikurachki is a stratovolcano —a steep-sloped cone composed of alternating layers of hardened lava, solidified ash, and volcanic rocks.
  2. Chikurachki is a stratovolcano composed of hardened lava, solidified ash, and volcanic rocks.
  3. Chikurachki is a stratovolcano of 1817 m (5960 ft. (Web site)
  4. Chikurachki is a stratovolcano-a steep-sloped cone composed of alternating layers or hardened lava, solidified ash, and volcanic rocks.

Cotopaxi

  1. Cotopaxi is a province in central Ecuador in Sierra region. (Web site)
  2. Cotopaxi is a snow-covered volcano with a perfect cone and Ecuador's highest active volcano.
  3. Cotopaxi is a stratovolcano in the Andes , located about 75 kilometres (50 mi) south of Quito , Ecuador .
  4. Cotopaxi is a stratovolcano in the Andes, located about 75 kilometres south of Quito, Ecuador.
  5. Cotopaxi is a stratovolcano that is 19,388 feet (5,911 metres) high.

East Java

  1. East Java is also the most industrialized province in the nation.
  2. East Java is one of the Republic of Indonesia's 33 provinces, occupying an area of some 48,000 km2 just south of the equator.

Ecuador

  1. Ecuador is one of the chief sources of balsa wood, and the waters surrounding the Galapagos Islands are one of the richest tuna fisheries in the world. (Web site)
  2. Ecuador is generally a safe country to travel to but visitors should be vigilant with their belongings as most crime is opportunistic.
  3. Ecuador is the only volcano that appears to be dormant. (Web site)

Erta Ale

  1. Erta Ale is a desert shield volcano.
  2. Erta Ale is a remote and rarely visited volcano that is known currently to have an active lava lake in its summit crater. (Web site)
  3. Erta Ale is a shield volcano in the Afar region of East Africa.
  4. Erta Ale is a shield volcano, part of the East African rift system.
  5. Erta Ale is a type of volcano known as a shield volcano. (Web site)

Farallon De Pajaros

  1. Farallon De Pajaros is a new island, still in its formative stages.

Fernandina Island

  1. Fernandina Island is the third largest island of the Gal--pagos Islands. (Web site)
  2. Fernandina Island is the third largest, and youngest, island of the Galapagos Islands.
  3. Fernandina Island is the third largest, and youngest, island of the Gal--pagos Islands.

Fuego

  1. Fuego is a gentlemen's publication for the modern age.
  2. Fuego is a great name for the bike because it is a hot color.
  3. Fuego was at Alert Level Yellow and pilots were advised to avoid flying near the volcano.

Galeras

  1. Galeras is a Colombian volcano within hiking distance of the Colombian town of Pasto.
  2. Galeras is a volcano in Colombia, near the city of Pasto. (Web site)
  3. Galeras is the light green area near the center of the image.
  4. Galeras was ten years ago; Bruce's book, and Williams' are a few years old.

Galunggung

  1. Galunggung is a stratovolcano on the west side of the island of Java.
  2. Galunggung is the volcano which dominates not only the skyline of the Tasikmalaya area but also much of the town's history as well.
  3. Galunggung: the 1982-1983 eruption. (Web site)

Geologic Summary

  1. Geologic Summary: The 16-km-wide Tengger caldera in eastern Java occupies the northern end of a volcanic massif extending from Semeru volcano.
  2. Geologic Summary: The truncated summit of Gunung Ibu stratovolcano along the NW coast of Halmahera Island has large nested summit craters.

Hayes Volcano

  1. Hayes Volcano is a little-known volcano 135 km northwest of Anchorage that was not discovered until 1975. (Web site)
  2. The eruptions of Hayes Volcano during that time were the most voluminous Holocene eruptions to have occurred in the Cook Inlet region.

Hekla

  1. Hekla is a central volcano which has been piled up along a 40 km fissure, and studies of ash strata reveal that it has been active for at least 6600 years. (Web site)
  2. Hekla is a famous volcanic mountain in southwestern Iceland.
  3. Hekla is a stratovolcano located in the south of Iceland at , with a height of . (Web site)
  4. Hekla is a stratovolcano located in the south of Iceland at , with a height of 1,488 m (4882 ft). (Web site)
  5. Hekla is a stratovolcano located in the south of Iceland at 63.98- N 19.70- W, with a height of 1,488 m (4,882 ft).

Hualalai

  1. Hualalai is a dormant volcano.
  2. Hualalai is a shield volcano located on Hawaii.
  3. Hualalai is a shield volcano that occupies the west-central part of the Island of Hawaii; it makes up most of the North Kona district. (Web site)
  4. Hualalai is an active volcano. (Web site)
  5. Hualalai is one of the five major shield volcanoes on the Island of Hawaii. (Web site)

Iceland

  1. Iceland is a country in the North Atlantic Ocean. (Web site)
  2. Iceland is a refreshingly unconventional travel destination. (Web site)
  3. Iceland is a result of a rare combination of tectonic settings, a hot spot located beneath a mid-ocean ridge.
  4. Iceland is a volcanic land mass on top the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, a divergent plate boundary. (Web site)
  5. Iceland is a wonderful country to visit, but one of the most expensive on the planet. (Web site)

Ijen

  1. Ijen is a massive volcano in east Java, 2300 metres above sea level.
  2. Ijen is a stratovolcano and the drive up the slope was pretty easy.
  3. Ijen is a stratovolcano with a crater lake on its summit.
  4. Ijen is a stratovolcano with a summit caldera.
  5. Ijen is a sulphur lake in a crater.

Iliboleng

  1. Iliboleng is a stratovolcano on the island of Adonara, in the Nusa Tengarra Island chain.

Illiniza

  1. Illiniza is a beautiful, glaciated peak that rises opposite Cotopaxi.
  2. Illiniza is a volcano in Ecuador, located about 55 km southwest of Quito. (Web site)

Karthala

  1. Karthala is a shield volcano with 30 historic eruptions.
  2. Karthala is a volcano with a lava lake and well-known for episodic outbursts.
  3. Karthala is an active volcano and the highest point of the Comoros at 2,361 m (7,746 ft) above sea level. (Web site)
  4. Karthala is an active volcano on Grande Comore island, the highest point of the Comoros.
  5. Karthala is one of two volcanoes that make up Grand Comore (or Ngazidja) Island in the Comoros archipelago. (Web site)

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