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Mount Baker volcano

stratovolcano 3285 m / 10,777 ft, Washington, USA (mainland exept Alaska), 48.78°N / -121.81°W
Nearby recent earthquakes (within 30km radius):

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Features around Mt Baker volcano
Black Buttes:An eroded rest of a former stratovolcano 3 km west of Mt. Baker.

Dorr Fumaroles: 
A field of fumaroles NE of the summit of Mt Baker.

Kulshan Caldera:
A large caldera NE of the volcano formed by collapse of the magma chamber after a large ancient eruption.

Mazama Ash:
Ash layers on the south flank of Mt Baker, probably deposited during an explosive eruption 6,000 years ago.

Schriebers Meadow Cinder Cone:
A cinder cone which formed about 9,800 years ago, 100 m high and 750 m wide. A lava flow 11 km long was erupted from the same vent.

Sherman Crater: A lateral crater 800 south of the summit. It is partially filled with ice. Snow avalanches have descended down Boulder Glacier at least 6 times since 1958.
 

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