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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-11658

An aerial view from the north looks across the 6 x 7 km wide summit caldera of Volcán Wolf.  Fresh-looking, dark-colored lava flows, erupted from fissures on the eastern and western caldera walls, cover much of the caldera floor.  At 1710 m, Wolf is the highest of the Isabella Island shield volcanoes. Photo by Patricio Ramon, 2005 (Instituto Geofisca, Escuela Politecnica Nacional).

An aerial view from the north looks across the 6 x 7 km wide summit caldera of Volcán Wolf. Fresh-looking, dark-colored lava flows, erupted from fissures on the eastern and western caldera walls, cover much of the caldera floor. At 1710 m, Wolf is the highest of the Isabella Island shield volcanoes.

Photo by Patricio Ramon, 2005 (Instituto Geofisca, Escuela Politecnica Nacional).


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