Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-06176
Mount Erebus is seen here from the west and is Earth's southernmost active volcano. A largely infilled caldera forms a plateau at the summit where the active cone is located. Fang Ridge is the dark area on the NE flank (left).
Photo by Bill Rose, 1983 (Michigan Technological University).
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