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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-07031

Hydrothermally altered rocks in the crater of Maruyama lava dome are seen in the foreground of this aerial view from the NE. Maruyama, which had a minor phreatic eruption in 1898, is part of the Nipesotsu-Maruyama volcano group, located in central Hokkaido E of Tokachidake volcano. The group is composed of a number of overlapping cones and lava domes along a NW-SE trend. Photo by Yukio Hayakawa, 1990 (Gunma University).

Hydrothermally altered rocks in the crater of Maruyama lava dome are seen in the foreground of this aerial view from the NE. Maruyama, which had a minor phreatic eruption in 1898, is part of the Nipesotsu-Maruyama volcano group, located in central Hokkaido E of Tokachidake volcano. The group is composed of a number of overlapping cones and lava domes along a NW-SE trend.

Photo by Yukio Hayakawa, 1990 (Gunma University).

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Keywords: lava dome | stratigraphy | outcrop


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