Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-11911
Two lakes of variable color lie with the summit caldera of Ambae volcano, as seen in this view from the W. The light blue lake in the foreground is Lake Voui (or Vui), which is enclosed in the crater of a tuff ring within the summit caldera. The dark blue Lake Manaro Lakua lies between the tuff ring and the E caldera wall. Ambae, the most voluminous volcano of the New Hebrides archipelago, forms a 16 x 38 km island. Pentecost Island appears in the background.
Photo by Karoly Nemeth, 2005 (Massey University).
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