Singu Plateau volcano
28 Feb 2020
Typical eruption style
Singu Plateau volcano eruptions
: less than 10,000 years ago
No recent earthquakes
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Singu Volcano, or better the Singu Plateau (also known as Letha Taung) is a young lava plateau of basaltic-trachyandesite lava in north-central Burma, north of the city of Mandalay.
Eruptions less than 10,000 years ago produced large lava flows from a series of fissure vents. The flows cover an area of about 62 sq km.
See also: Sentinel hub
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