Davis Lake volcanic field

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Davis Lake volcanic field
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Location Deschutes / Klamath counties, Oregon, U.S.
Range Cascades
Highest point
 – elevation
 – coordinates
Hammer Butte[1]
7,103 ft (2,165 m)[2]
43°33′33″N 121°48′46″W / 43.559258250°N 121.812858139°W / 43.559258250; -121.812858139Coordinates: 43°33′33″N 121°48′46″W / 43.559258250°N 121.812858139°W / 43.559258250; -121.812858139[2]
Geology Cinder cone, Lava flow, and shield volcano[1]
Age Holocene
Volcanic arc Cascade Volcanic Arc[1]
Last eruption 2790 BC (?)[1]

The Davis Lake volcanic field, is a volcanic field with a group of andesitic cinder cones, lava flows and basaltic andesite shield volcanos east of the Cascade Range of Oregon, USA.[1]

Notable vents[edit]

Name Elevation Coordinates
Cryder Butte[3] 5,479 ft (1,670 m) 43°33′49″N 121°43′02″W / 43.5637340°N 121.7172483°W / 43.5637340; -121.7172483 (Cryder Butte)[4]
Davis Mountain[3] 6,624 ft (2,019 m) 43°37′45″N 121°46′00″W / 43.6292878°N 121.7666941°W / 43.6292878; -121.7666941 (Davis Mountain)[5]
Hamner Butte[3] 7,103 ft (2,165 m) 43°33′33″N 121°48′46″W / 43.559258250°N 121.812858139°W / 43.559258250; -121.812858139 (Hamner Butte)[2]
Little Odell Butte[3] 5,541 ft (1,689 m) 43°26′37″N 121°54′17″W / 43.4437368°N 121.9047501°W / 43.4437368; -121.9047501 (Little Odell Butte)[6]
Odell Butte[3] 7,011 ft (2,137 m) 43°28′15″N 121°51′50″W / 43.4709584°N 121.8639165°W / 43.4709584; -121.8639165 (Odell Butte)[7]
Pine Butte[3] 5,240 ft (1,597 m) 43°39′41″N 121°50′43″W / 43.6615099°N 121.8453067°W / 43.6615099; -121.8453067 (Pine Butte)[8]
Ringo Butte[3] 6,079 ft (1,853 m) 43°32′59″N 121°45′18″W / 43.5498453°N 121.7550265°W / 43.5498453; -121.7550265 (Ringo Butte)[9]
Royce Mountain[3] 6,148 ft (1,874 m) 43°31′11″N 121°54′08″W / 43.5198466°N 121.9022509°W / 43.5198466; -121.9022509 (Royce Mountain)[10]

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