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Trafalgar volcano

stratovolcano 1495 m / 4,905 ft
New Guinea, Papua New Guinea, -9.14°S / 149.15°E
Current status: (probably) extinct (0 out of 5)
Typical eruption style: explosive, lava dome building
Trafalgar volcano eruptions: none during the past 10,000 years No recent earthquakes
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Mt Trafalgar volcano is a large extinct andesitic stratovolcano northeast of Victory Volcano on the NE coast of southeastern New Guinea. It is deeply eroded.
Along with Hydrographers Range, Mount Lamington, and Mount Victory volcanoes, Trafalgar volcano belongs to a group of volcanoes situated above a large ophiolite sheet in an area without a well-defined Benioff-Wadati zone.


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