BackgroundThe poorly defined 5.5 x 7 km wide caldera formed during eruptions about 73,000 and 45,000 years ago. It contains a cluster of 4 dacitic lava domes of Holocene age surrounding the 400-m-wide lake-filled Katanuma crater. The highest of the low, but steep-sided lava domes, Oga-dake, lies SE of the lake and reaches only 470 m above sea level. Oga-dake and Kurumiga-dake domes are capped by conglomerates and mudstones uplifted during dome growth.
- GVP/Smithsonian volcano information
- Padron, E. et al (2010) "CO2 emission from lake-filled Katanuma crater, Narugo volcano, Japan" American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2010, abstract #V53C-2284
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