Stratovolcano 2254 m / 7395 ft
Papua New Guinea, -6.75°S / 144.02°ECurrent status
: (probably) extinct (0 out of 5) | ReportsMurray volcano books
Typical eruption style
Murray volcano eruptions
: None during the past 10,000 years
Less than 2.58 million years ago (Pleistocene)
No recent earthquakes
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The Pleistocene Mt. Murray stratovolcano straddles WNW-trending limestone ridges and contains a large 6-km-wide crater breached to the south that may have originated from slope failure (Johnson 1987). Two parasitic cones are situated on the NE and SE flanks.
Source: Smithsonian / GVP volcano information
See also: Sentinel hub
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