List of lava domes

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Lava domes are common features on volcanoes around the world. Lava domes they are known to exisist on plate margins as well as in intra-arc hotspots, and on heights above 6000 m and in the sea floor.[1] Individual lava domes and volcanoes featuring lava domes is shown below.

Image of the rhyolitic lava dome of Chaitén Volcano during its 2008–2009 eruption.
View of Mons Rümker from Apollo 15.

Africa[edit]

Ethiopia[edit]

Asia[edit]

Afghanistan[edit]

Dome or volcano name Volcanic area Composition Last dome eruption
or growth episode
Dacht-i-Navar Group Ghanzi region
Vakak Group Ghanzi region

Armenia[edit]

Indonesia[edit]

Japan[edit]

Philippines[edit]

Russia[edit]

Turkey[edit]

Europe[edit]

France[edit]

Greece[edit]

North America[edit]

Canada[edit]

Dome or volcano name Volcanic area Composition Last dome eruption
or growth episode
Atwell Peak Garibaldi Volcanic Belt Rhyolite Pleistocene
Cartoona Peak Northern Cordilleran Volcanic Province Miocene
Mount Cayley Garibaldi Volcanic Belt Dacite 200,000 years ago
Ember Ridge Garibaldi Volcanic Belt Andesite Pleistocene-Holocene
Glacier Dome Northern Cordilleran Volcanic Province Pleistocene
Glacier Pikes Garibaldi Volcanic Belt Pleistocene
Heart Peaks Northern Cordilleran Volcanic Province Rhyolite Unknown
IGC Centre Northern Cordilleran Volcanic Province Miocene
Mount Meager Garibaldi Volcanic Belt Dacite 2,350 years ago
Mount McNeil - Rhyolite Tertiary
Nanook Dome Northern Cordilleran Volcanic Province - Pleistocene
Pharaoh Dome Northern Cordilleran Volcanic Province - Pleistocene
Sezill Volcano Northern Cordilleran Volcanic Province - Pleistocene
Mount Silverthrone Garibaldi Volcanic Belt - Holocene
Spectrum Dome Northern Cordilleran Volcanic Province - Pliocene
Sphinx Dome Northern Cordilleran Volcanic Province - Pleistocene
Sturgeon Lake Caldera Wabigoon greenstone belt - Neoarchean
Tadeda Peak Northern Cordilleran Volcanic Province - Miocene
The Pyramid Northern Cordilleran Volcanic Province - Pleistocene
Triangle Dome Northern Cordilleran Volcanic Province - Pleistocene

Grenada[edit]

Mexico[edit]

United States[edit]

South America[edit]

Argentina[edit]

Dome or volcano name Volcanic area Composition Last dome eruption
or growth episode
Tipas Central Volcanic Zone
Trocon Southern Volcanic Zone Andesite to Dacite

Bolivia[edit]

Chile[edit]

Dome or volcano name Volcanic area Composition Last dome eruption
or growth episode
Cerros de Saltar Central Volcanic Zone Dacite Pliocene
Chaitén Southern Volcanic Zone Rhyolite 2010
Corona Dome Complex Central Volcanic Zone Andesite Quaternary
Cordón Caulle Southern Volcanic Zone Rhyodacite to Rhyolite Holocene
Fueguino Austral Volcanic Zone Holocene
Lascar Central Volcanic Zone Dacite 2007
Volcán Nuevo Southern Volcanic Zone Dacite 1986
Sollipulli Southern Volcanic Zone Andesite to Dacite
Taapaca Central Volcanic Zone Holocene

Oceania[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

Extraterrestrial lava domes[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yoshihiko Goto and Nobutaka Tsuchiya. Morphology and growth style of a Miocene submarine dacite lava dome at Atsumi, northeast Japan. 2004 Elsevier B.V.