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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-11785

The red Tobeltsen scoria cone, seen from the SE, lies on the lower WSW flank of Severny erupted about 3,500 years ago and was the source of lava flows that descend diagonally to the lower left. Severny is a late-Quaternary volcano located at the NW end of a major NE-trending graben along the crest of the northern Sredinny Range. Copyrighted photo by Maria Pevzner, 2005 (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow).

The red Tobeltsen scoria cone, seen from the SE, lies on the lower WSW flank of Severny erupted about 3,500 years ago and was the source of lava flows that descend diagonally to the lower left. Severny is a late-Quaternary volcano located at the NW end of a major NE-trending graben along the crest of the northern Sredinny Range.

Copyrighted photo by Maria Pevzner, 2005 (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow).

Keywords: scoria cone


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