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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-03276

Paoha Island in the center of Mono Lake at the left is seen from the flanks of Panum Crater on the south, at the northern end of the Mono Craters.  The Mono Lake volcanic field consists of multiple volcanic vents on the northern shore of the lake and on Paoha and Negit Islands, which were last active a few hundred years ago. Photo by Dan Dzurisin, 1982 (U.S. Geological Survey).

Paoha Island in the center of Mono Lake at the left is seen from the flanks of Panum Crater on the south, at the northern end of the Mono Craters. The Mono Lake volcanic field consists of multiple volcanic vents on the northern shore of the lake and on Paoha and Negit Islands, which were last active a few hundred years ago.

Photo by Dan Dzurisin, 1982 (U.S. Geological Survey).


Mono Lake Volcanic Field