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Emmons Lake Volcanic Center reported activity

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EVENT SPECIFIC INFORMATION

Event Name : Emmons Intracaldera activity

Start: 126000 Years BP Ar/Ar

Lava flow: BibCard
Eruption Type:Effusive
Eruption Product: andesite BibCard
Othermafic

Description: From Waythomas and others (2006): "At least two distinct episodes of intra-caldera andesitic volcanism have been documented at the Emmons Lake volcanic center. During the first episode, at least four andesitic lava flows were erupted between the Volcano Bay and Boundary calderas in the southernmost part of the caldera complex (unit ol, fig.8 [in original text]) about 126,000 years B.P."

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