Cone-Culasi volcano

Volcanic field 959 m / 3146 ft
Philippines, 13.92°N / 123.02°E
Current status: (probably) extinct (0 out of 5)

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Typical eruption style: unspecified
Cone-Culasi volcano eruptions: None during the past 10,000 years
Less than few million years ago (Pleistocene)

No recent earthquakes
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Background

The Cone-Culasi volcanic field covers an area of about 270 km2 to the W of San Miguel Bay and SE of Labo volcano. K-Ar dates of about 1.21-0.83 Ma have been obtained from this andesitic-to-dacitic volcanic field.
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Source: Smithsonian / GVP volcano information

Cone-Culasi Photos

Vesuvius volcano near Naples, Italy, seen from the air. The rim of the remnant of the older Somma volcano which collapsed in the 79 AD Plinian eruption is clearly visible to the left of the new Cono Grande cone with its crater. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
Vesuvius volcano near Naples, Italy, seen from the air. The rim of the remnant of the older Somma volcano which collapsed in the 79 AD Plinian eruption is clearly visible...
Fireworks at Stromboli volcano, Italy. The photo was taken in spring 2009 and shows an explosion from Stromboli's NE crater in the evening twilight. In the first half of 2009 in particular, this crater was in spectacular, vigorous activity. It had quickly built a tall cone, changing and dominating the crater terrace of Stromboli, and although more changes have happened, it is still one of the main features of the crater today. 
We selected this photo as the "Photo of the Month" Dec 2011 and congratulate Christian with a 500 EUR travel voucher! (Photo: muepla)
Fireworks at Stromboli volcano, Italy. The photo was taken in spring 2009 and shows an explosion from Stromboli's NE crater in the evening twilight. In the first half of ...
Aerial view of Vulcano Island. The left older part of the island is an older caldera - the remnant of a dissected stratovolcano, the right part is a younger caldera where the present-day harbour and tourist village of Vulcano is located next to the active cone (light brown) La Fossa. A narrow land bridge connects the island with the peninsula formed by the little cone Vulcanello (an island, that appeared in Roman times), mostly out of the right frame in this picture. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
Aerial view of Vulcano Island. The left older part of the island is an older caldera - the remnant of a dissected stratovolcano, the right part is a younger caldera where...
Lighthouse-church Virgen de Candelaria, La Frontera, sitting on a relatively young cinder cone. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
Lighthouse-church Virgen de Candelaria, La Frontera, sitting on a relatively young cinder cone. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
 



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