Volcans en China (39)

Arshan | Baitoushan | Chifeng | Dalainuoer | Datong | Dunhua | Erkeshan | Fanjiatung Group | Gaojianshi | Hainan Dao | Heibei Plain | Honggeertu | Huixian | Jianghui Group | Jianshan | Jingbo | Keluo | Kuandian | Kunlun | Leizhou Bandao | Longgang | Longhai | Nuomin | Nushan | Taihangshanlu | Tangy'n | Tengchong | Tianshan | Turfan | unnamed | Unnamed | Unnamed | Unnamed | Unnamed | Unnamed | Weizhoudao | Wudalianchi | Yichuan | Yitong Group

Volcano list

Arshan

(cinder cones unknown elevation)
Arshan volcano is a newly discovered active volcanic field in the central Da Hinggan Mountains of Inner Mongolia in NE China, 70 km from the border with Mongolia.
The field contains more than 40 cinder cones, tephra layers and lava flows. The most recent volcanic eruptions ... [informations]

Baitoushan

(stratovolcan 2744 m / 9,003 ft)
Astronaut photograph ISS006-E-43366 acquired April 4, 2003 (ISS Crew Earth Observations experiment and the Image Science & Analysis Group, Johnson Space Center)
Astronaut photograph ISS006-E-43366 acquired April 4, 2003 (ISS Crew Earth Observations experiment and the Image Science & Analysis Group, Johnson Space Center)
Changbaishan (or Baitoushan) volcano is a large stratovolcano at the NE China - N Korean border and is and the most active in China.
It is also known as Tianchi, or in Korean as Baegdu or P'aektu-san (Paektusan) volcano.
One of the largest explosive eruptions in the ... [informations]

Chifeng

(Unknown unknown)
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Dalainuoer

(Pyroclastic cone(s) unknown)
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Datong

(cinder cones 1882 m / 6,175 ft)
The Datong volcanoes (Datong-Fengzen volcanic field) are located 3 km northeast of Datong City at Xigelaoshan in North China west of Beijing.
The volcanic field contains approx. 80 cinder cones and small lava domes. The most notable cones are Heishan (1,422 meters above se... [informations]

Dunhua

(Unknown 826 m / 2710 ft)
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Erkeshan

(Pyroclastic cone(s) 416 m / 1365 ft)
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Fanjiatung Group

(Cone(s) 283 m / 928 ft)
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Gaojianshi

(Unknown unknown)
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Hainan Dao

(pyroclastic cones unknown summit elevation)
Hainan Dao volcano is a group of 58 cinder cones on the northern part of Hainan Island in SE China.
Small fissure eruptions were recorded in 1883 from Lingao cone and in 1933 from Nansheling ridge. [informations]

Heibei Plain

(Unknown unknown)
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Honggeertu

(cinder cones 1700 m / 5,577 ft)
Honggeertu volcano is a volcanic field consisting of about 12 cinder cones located 335 km NW of Beijing in the Nei Mongul Province. It is uncertain whether eruptions have occurred in the Holocene. [informations]

Huixian

(Unknown unknown)
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Jianghui Group

(Pyroclastic cone unknown)
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Jianshan

(Shield 399 m / 1309 ft)
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Jingbo

(champ volcanique 1000? m / 3,281 ft)
Jingbo volcano (also known as Cingpo, Ching-pe, Chingpohu, or Jingbohu) is a young volcanic field in the Jingbo (or Jingpo) Lake area in NE China about 80 km SW of Mudanjiang city. The area is also known as the "Crater Forest" and "Frog Pool" areas.
The volcanic field conta... [informations]

Keluo

(pyroclastic cones 670 m / 2,198 ft)
Keluo volcano is a volcanic field in NE China near the Russion border, south of the Heilongjiang (Black Dragon) River, 310 km NNW of the city of Daquiin.
The volcanic group covers 350 sq km and contains 23 cones, some of which could be Holocene in age (have formed less than... [informations]

Kuandian

(Pyroclastic cone(s) 513 m / 1683 ft)
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Kunlun

(pyroclastic cones 5808 m / 19,055 ft)
Kunlun volcano is a group of about 70 fresh-looking cinder cones in NW Tibet. Although the cones are not very large, thanks to its location in the Tibetan Plateau, Kunlun is the highest volcano in the northern hemisphere.
An eruption occurred 1951 at Ashi Shan cone, markin... [informations]

Leizhou Bandao

(champ volcanique 259 m / 850 ft)
Leizhou Bandao volcano is a volcanic field on the Leizhou peninsula 480 km SW of Hong Kong, across the Qiongzhou strait north of Hainan Dao Island.
The field contains a group of Policene-Holocene cinder cones and the basaltic
Yingfengling and Tianyang volcanoes, whic... [informations]

Longgang

(cinder cones 1000 m / 3,281 ft)
Longgang volcano is a field of more than 150 cinder cones, lava flows and 8 maars located in Jilin Province of NE China, west of Changbaishan volcano. It covers an area of 1700 sq km.
A large (VEI4-5) eruption occurred around 350 AD from the large Jinlongdingzi ("Mountain o... [informations]

Longhai

(Unknown unknown)
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Nuomin

(Pyroclastic cone(s) 906 m / 2972 ft)
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Nushan

(Cone unknown)
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Taihangshanlu

(Unknown unknown)
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Tangy'n

(Unknown unknown)
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Tengchong

(pyroclastic cones 2865 m / 9,399 ft)
Tengchong volcano is a volcanic field in southern China 40 km from the border with Burma (Myanmar) 430 km WNW of the city of Kunming.
The Tengchong volcanic field contains 3 main volcanoes of Holocene age, Dayingshan, Maanshan, and Heikongshan, plus 65 older volcanoes and c... [informations]

Tianshan

(champ volcanique unknown)
Tianshan volcano is a group of cinder cones in the Tianshan Mountains of Xinjiang Province in NW China. The Pechan cone was active in the 1st and 7th centuries AD. Pechan is also known by a variety of other names, including Peishan, Baishan, Hochan, Aghie, Bichbalick, Khala, and ... [informations]

Turfan

(cinder cone unknown)
Turfan volcano (allso referred to as the volcano of Ho-tscheu or Bischbalik) is an isolated volcanic cone near the city of Turfan in the Xinjiang Province of NW China.
An eruption was recorded during the Song Dynasty (between 960 and 1279 AD). The History of the Song Dynas... [informations]

unnamed

(champ volcanique 5400 m / 17,716 ft)
A young volcanic field with no particular name is located in NW Tibet. The field contains a cone in the Kekexili caldera, which was previously thought to have been in eruption based on a satellite photo in 1973. This is now considered not to represent an eruption.
There are... [informations]

Unnamed

(Unknown 6900 m / 22638 ft)
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Unnamed

(Unknown unknown)
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Unnamed

(Unknown unknown)
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Unnamed

(Unknown unknown)
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Unnamed

(Unknown unknown)
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Weizhoudao

(Shield unknown)
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Wudalianchi

(champ volcanique 597 m / 1,959 ft)
Wudalianchi volcano is one of the youngest volcanic fields on the mainland of Asia. It covers an area of about 500 sq km located at the junction between Xiaohinggan Mountains and Song-Nen depression in NE China. The last eruption was in 1719-1721 and erupted about 1 cu km of most... [informations]

Yichuan

(Volcanic field unknown)
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Yitong Group

(Lava dome(s) 389 m / 1276 ft)
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