Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-07186
The lava flow forming the peninsula (center) dates back to an eruption during 1707-1711. Nea Kameni Island was formed between Palaea and Mikri Kameni islands during alternating explosive and effusive activity that began with uplift of a small islet called Aspronisi (White Island). The islands of Thirasia (left) and Thira (right) along the caldera rim can be seen in the distance to the NW.
Photo by Lee Siebert, 1994 (Smithsonian Institution)
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