Volcans en Northern Kuriles (7 volcans)Alaid| Chirinkotan| Ekarma| Kharimkotan| Nemo Peak| Shirinki| Tao-Rusyr
|Alaid est le volcan plus haut et les plus au nord dans les îles Kouriles. Le stratovolcan symétrique s'élève à 3000 m de fond de la mer et forme une petite île. Il possède un cratère de 1,5 km de large sommet violé au sud. Il est un des volcans les plus actifs des Kouriles. Grand... [informations]|
|Chirinkotan volcano is a large, mostly submerged stratovolcano forming a small largely unvegetated and 3 km wide island in the Kuril Island chain. It is located at the far end of an E-W-trending volcanic chain that extends nearly 50 km west of the central part of the main Kuril I... [informations]|
|Ekarma stratovolcano forms a small 5 x 7.5 km island 8.5 km north of Shiashkotan Island in the northern Kurile Islands, Russia.
The volcano belongs to an E-W-trending volcanic chain extending westward from the central part of the main Kuril Island arc. It contains two overl... [informations]
|Kharimkotan (also spelled Harimkotan) volcano is a stratovolcano forming a 8 x 12 km island in the northern Kuriles. Only the upper 25% of the massive volcano rises above sea level. In its geologic past, the volcano has suffered several slope failures and created devastating debr... [informations]|
|Nemo Peak volcano on the northern end of Onekotan Island in the northern Kurile Islands is a complex of 3 overlapping calderas and a young central cone, Nemo Peak, which has been active for about 9,500 years.
It has a 350 m wide summit crater filled by a lava dome with a 1... [informations]
|Shirinki stratovolcano forms a small 3 km wide island 18 km west of Paramushir Island in the northern Kuriles. Most of the volcano is submerged and its peak rises 761 m above the sea. Shirinki volcano has a 750 m wide summit crater with young lava domes at the top, which could ha... [informations]|
|Tao-Rusyr volcano is an impressive basaltic-to-andesitic stratovolcano located on the southern end of Onekotan Island in the northern Kuriles. It contains a 7.5 km wide caldera and a large symmetrical new central cone, Krenitzyn Peak which is the vent of young activity. A ... [informations]|