Long Valley Observatory

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Further information: Long Valley Caldera

The Long Valley Observatory is the volcano observatory that monitors the volcanic and geologic activity of the Long Valley Caldera of Eastern California.[1]

The volcano observatory is east of the Sierra Nevada in Mono County, California. It is a part of the Volcano Hazards Program of the United States Geological Survey, a scientific agency of the United States government.[1]

USGS map of the Mono Basin area, showing the Long Valley Caldera (click on to see detail).

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Coordinates: 37°42′0″N 118°52′12″W / 37.70000°N 118.87000°W / 37.70000; -118.87000