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Mundua volcanoThe Mundua Islands are the peaks of several basaltic volcanoes which form Mundua, Wingoru, Garove, and Narage islands.
The largest volcano forms the westerm tip of the 7 km long Mundua island and Wingoru island immediately to the west. It is located 85 km NW of Willaumez Peninsula in New Britain, Papua New Guinea.
Background:The crater of Mundua volcano is flooded by the sea through narrow channels on the northern and southern sides. Wingoru island are remnants of crater walls. 5 small cones occupy the central and eastern sides of Mundua. 2 of these have well-preserved craters and are of Holocene age.