Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-08633
The ash-mantled slopes of the northern side of Marum cone are cut by erosional furrows. Marum is one of several historically active cones constructed within the 12-km-wide caldera of Ambrym. The cone lies in the west-central part of the caldera and is the highest of the post-caldera cones.
Photo by Alain Melchior.
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