Caloosahatchee Seamount in the Corner Rise Seamount group
|Location||North Atlantic Ocean|
|Volcanic arc/chain||Corner Rise Seamounts|
The Caloosahatchee Seamount is a seamount in the northern Atlantic Ocean. It is part of the Corner Rise Seamounts, which was active about 75 million years ago. It was formed when the North American Plate moved over the New England hotspot.
- http://earthref.org/SC/SMNT-347N-0498W/ Caloosahatchee Seamount at Earthref.org
- "A Hundred-Million Year History of the Corner Rise and New England Seamounts". National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. U.S. Department of Commerce. 2005. Retrieved 2009-04-11.
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