Pago on the left
|Elevation||742 m (2,434 ft)|
|Location||New Britain, Papua New Guinea|
|Age of rock||350 years ago|
|Volcanic arc/belt||Bismarck volcanic arc|
|Last eruption||May to July 2012|
The volcano Pago is located East of Kimbe, West New Britain Province, Papua New Guinea. Pago is a young post-caldera cone within the Witori Caldera. The Buru Caldera cuts the SW flank of the Witori volcano. Biggest eruptions were at 4000±200 BC, VEI 6, 10 cubic kilometres (2.5 mi.3); 1370±100 BC, VEI6, 30 km3 (7 mi.3); and 710±75 AD, VEI 6, 20 km3 (5 mi.3) of tephra.
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