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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-11942

The northernmost active volcano in Luzon is Mount Cagua at the NE tip of the island. A phreatic explosion in 1860 may have been accompanied by a pyroclastic flow. Thermal areas are located near the summit crater and on the NW to NNE flanks. Photo courtesy of PHIVOLCS.

The northernmost active volcano in Luzon is Mount Cagua at the NE tip of the island. A phreatic explosion in 1860 may have been accompanied by a pyroclastic flow. Thermal areas are located near the summit crater and on the NW to NNE flanks.

Photo courtesy of PHIVOLCS.

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