Squaw Ridge Lava Field

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Squaw Ridge Lava Field
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The Squaw Ridge lava field, also known as the East lava field, is the middle of a group of three young basaltic fields located in the High Lava Plains SE of Newberry volcano.
Elevation 1,711 m (5,614 ft)[1]
Location
Location Lake County, Oregon,
United States
Coordinates 43°28′20″N 120°45′13″W / 43.47222°N 120.75361°W / 43.47222; -120.75361Coordinates: 43°28′20″N 120°45′13″W / 43.47222°N 120.75361°W / 43.47222; -120.75361[1]
Geology
Type Volcanic field[1]
Age of rock Holocene?[1]

The Squaw Ridge lava field, also known as the East lava field, is a young basaltic field located in the U.S. state of Oregon southeast of Newberry Volcano.[1]

Notable Vents[edit]

Name Elevation Location Last
eruption
Lava Mountain[2] 1,711 metres (5,614 ft) 43°28′19″N 120°45′14″W / 43.472°N 120.754°W / 43.472; -120.754 (Lava Mountain) -
Twin Buttes[2] 1,525 metres (5,003 ft) 43°28′N 120°44′W / 43.47°N 120.73°W / 43.47; -120.73 (Twin Buttes) -

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