|Elevation||1,625 m (5,331 ft) |
|Location||Southern Red Sea region, Eritrea|
|Last eruption||May to October 1861|
The Dubbi Volcano is a stratovolcano located in the Southern Red Sea Region of Eritrea. Its peak elevation is 1625 m. There have been four known eruptions. In 1400 lava was determined to have reached the Red Sea while in 1861 ash was thrown over 250 km from the volcano. Two further events were suspected between 1861 and the 20th century.
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- "Eritrean volcanic ash cloud threatens air travel". reuters.com. 2011-06-13.
- Blog articles: “Eritrea eruption update: Nabro volcano erupts (updated)”, “Update: Eruption of Nabro in Ertitrea (not Dubbi!)”
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