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Harras of Dhamar volcan
champ volcanique 3500 m / 11,483 ft
Arabian Peninsula, world, 14.57°N / 44.67°ECondition actuelle
: normal / en sommeil
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Style éruptif tipique
: effusifEruptions du volcan Harras of Dhamar
: 500 AD ± 100 (south flank of Kaulet Hattab), around 200 AD (east flank of Jabal Zebib)
No recent earthquakes
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Harras of Dhamar volcano has its name from a large lava field around the town Dhamar 100 km SE of Yemen's capital Sana'a. The lava flows belong to a large volcanic field, stretches 80 km to the east and consists of young stratovolcanoes, cones, and basaltic lava flows overlying older rhyolite flows. The only eruption on the Arabian peninsula occurrd from
Harras of Dhamar volcano is the probable source of the only known eruption on the Arabian peninsula in the 20th century, in 1937.