Dakataua lake on the North tip of the Willaumez Peninsula, left of the Pago volcano. On the right there is a steam plume over the sea from the Ulawun volcano.
|Elevation||400 m (1,300 ft)|
|Location||New Britain, Papua New Guinea|
|Volcanic arc/belt||Bismarck volcanic arc|
|Last eruption||1895 ± 5 years|
The Dakataua Caldera is located at the northern tip of the Willaumez Peninsula, New Britain, Papua New Guinea. The peninsula includes the 350 m high andesitic Mount Makalia stratovolcano. Largest eruption was at 800 AD ±50; VEI 6?; 10 cubic kilometres (2.4 cu mi)? of tephra.
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