Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-11808
Little Soda Lake, the smaller of two maars NW of the town of Fallon in west-central Nevada, is about 300 m wide. The two maars were formed by eruptions through sediments of glacial Lake Lahontan.
Photo by Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology.
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