North Korea Volcanoes
North Korea has 2 Holocene volcanoes. Note that as a scientific organization we provide these listings for informational purposes only, with no international legal or policy implications. Volcanoes will be included on this list if they are within the boundaries of a country, on a shared boundary or area, in a remote territory, or within a maritime Exclusive Economic Zone. Bolded volcanoes have erupted within the past 20 years. Suggestions and data updates are always welcome ().
Chronological listing of known Holocene eruptions (confirmed or uncertain) from volcanoes in North Korea. Bolded eruptions indicate continuing activity.
|Volcano Name||Start Date||Stop Date||Certainty||VEI||Evidence|
|Changbaishan||1903 Apr 15 ± 45 days||Unknown||Confirmed||Observations: Reported|
|Changbaishan||1702 Jun 9||Unknown||Confirmed||Observations: Reported|
|Changbaishan||1668 Jun||Unknown||Confirmed||Observations: Reported|
|Changbaishan||[1597 Oct 6]||[Unknown]||Uncertain|
|Changbaishan||0946 Nov 15 ± 45 days||Unknown||Confirmed||6||Isotopic: 14C (calibrated)|
|Changbaishan||0180 BCE ± 75 years||Unknown||Confirmed||4||Isotopic: 14C (uncalibrated)|
|Changbaishan||[1000 BCE (?)]||[Unknown]||Uncertain|
|Changbaishan||2160 BCE ± 100 years||Unknown||Confirmed||4||Isotopic: 14C (uncalibrated)|
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