Bayuda Volcanic Field
|Bayuda Volcanic field|
|Elevation||670 m (2,198 ft)|
|Age of rock||Holocene|
|Last eruption||850 CE ± 50 years |
The Bayuda (or Baiyuda) Volcanic field is a collection of more than 90 eruptive centres, including at least 15 named cinder cones, and five named craters in the Bayuda Desert, Sudan.  The largest explosive crater Hosh ed Dalam, is 1.3 km wide, and approximately 500 m deep.
- "Global volcanism program". Retrieved 10 October 2011.
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