Nemrut Dagi Vulkan
Türkei, 38.62°N / 42.26°E
Aktueller Status: normal / ruhend (1 von 5)
Nemrut Dağ (or Nemrut Dagi) volcano is the westernmost of a group of volcanoes near Lake Van in eastern Anatolia, and the only one that has erupted in historical time. It contains a 9 x 5 km caldera partially filled on its western side by a caldera lake.
Ausbrüche des Nemrut Dagi: 1881 AD
Letzte Erdbeben in der Nähe
|Uhrzeit||Mag. / Tiefe||Entfernung/Ort|
|Samstag, 4. Februar 2023 GMT (2 Beben)|
| 5. Feb. 2023 01:43 (GMT +3) (4. Feb. 2023 22:43 GMT)|
|38 km (24 mi)|
Turkey: UNCULAR-TATVAN (BITLIS)
| 5. Feb. 2023 00:34 (GMT +3) (4. Feb. 2023 21:34 GMT)|
|22 km (14 mi)|
Turkey: BUDAKLI-GUROYMAK (BITLIS)
|Dienstag, 31. Januar 2023 GMT (1 Beben)|
|31. Jan. 2023 12:18 (GMT +3) (31. Jan. 2023 09:18 GMT)|
|31 km (19 mi)|
8.8 km östlich von Ahlat, Bitlis, Türkei
BeschreibungThe diameter of the caldera is about 9 x 5 km and it is half filled by a crater lake. Volcanic activity after the caldera formation has produced rhyolithic & basaltic lava flows and domes at the caldera rim and on its floor.
Pyroclastic flows and the emission of glassy obsidian lava flows accompanied construction of lava domes within the caldera; later activity formed a series of cinder cones and lava domes erupted along N-S-trending fissures on the northern flank. The most recent activity has been concentrated along a NNW-trending fissure cutting the eastern caldera floor and extending beyond the north caldera rim; nearly two dozen cinder cones and lava domes were constructed on the caldera floor. Ash layers in Lake Van document numerous Holocene eruptions, and an historical eruption in 1441 AD from a north-flank fissure involved compositionally bimodal lava flows.
Nemrut Dagi Fotos
Nemrut Dagi, kleinen Teil des grünen und blauen See, nahe Tatvan Ost Anatolien, Türkei (Photo: WNomad)
Panoramic View of Blue Lake in Caldera Nemrut Dagi, Turkey (Photo: WNomad)
See also: Sentinel hub | Landsat 8 | NASA FIRMS