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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-05610

Oakandake, the largest post-caldera cone at Akan volcano, is seen here from the W across the Akan Caldera lake. It was constructed at the NE end of the 13 x 14 km caldera, opposite a cluster of stratovolcanoes at the SW end. Meakan in the SW group has been frequently active. Photo by Wataru Hirose, 1996 (Hokkaido University).

Oakandake, the largest post-caldera cone at Akan volcano, is seen here from the W across the Akan Caldera lake. It was constructed at the NE end of the 13 x 14 km caldera, opposite a cluster of stratovolcanoes at the SW end. Meakan in the SW group has been frequently active.

Photo by Wataru Hirose, 1996 (Hokkaido University).

Keywords: caldera | cone


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