Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-05205
Mount Wrangell, on the right skyline, is part of the Wrangell volcanic field. There are two large calderas at the summit and the inner ice-filled caldera contains three craters. Minor, possibly phreatic eruptions have occurred during the 20th century. To the left is rounded Mount Zanetti, a flank cone. The sharp-topped peak to the far-left of this view from the SW is a flank cone of the neighboring Pleistocene Mount Drum.
Photo by B. Cella (National Park Service).
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Galleries: Volcanic Fields
Keywords: volcanic field | stratovolcano