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Volcano Calendar 2019
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|Ivao volcano is a group of several cinder cones on Urup Island, Kurile Islands. The cones are aligned NW-SE along the Krishtofovich Ridge of SW Urup Island.
The Ivao group itself consists of 3 young cones that are less than 10,000 years old. Ivao cone at the NW end is the h... [more]
|Kolokol volcano is a group of young volcanoes on Urup Island, Kurile Islands. The principal volcanoes are Kolokol (the most prominent), Berg and Trezubetz.
Many eruptions of the Kolokol volcano group have been observed in historical time since the late 18th century. Berg vo... [more]
|Rudakov volcano is a small isolated stratovolcano in central Urup Island, Kuriles, on the Tokotan Isthmus on the coast of the Sea of Okhotsk.
The small basaltic-andesite volcano contains a 700 m wide crater with a 300 m wide lake. [more]
|Tri Sestry ("Three sisters") is an eroded andesitic stratovolcano on the shore of the Sea of Okhotsk in central Urup Island, Kuriles. Its flanks are deeply eroded and cut by ravines. The only sign of activity are hot springs along the coast. [more]|
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: One of the largest and most active volcanoes in East Java, rarely-visited and relatively unknown Raung became (in)famous during its recent eruption in 2015 when its frequent ash plumes forced the repeated closure of Bali's airport.
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