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Volcano overview per region

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overview of the GVP regions

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Either click on a region in the map
to submit or select a region from
the list-menu and click 'submit'

(The menu gives per region the
centre longitute and latitude
)
 
 

Link to GVP
(Global Volcanism Programme)

GVP uses 19 regions to cover the different
volcanoes. The GVP regions are not nicely
rectangular, which makes using them in
an automatic service a little more difficult
than using the 30 by 30 degree regions
defined above. On each of the subpages
linked to above the name of the
corresponding GVP region(s) is mentioned.

Region 408

region type: rectangular region
region size: 40 by 40 degrees
region centre: (longitude,latitude) = (60,-30)
 
Most recent SO2 concentration date for this region:
 
This region encompasses the following volcanoes with last known eruptions since 1800 AD. The name of a volcano in the table below is a link to an info-page at the website of the Global Volcanism Programme (GVP). The table gives the summit elevation (in meters) and the year of the last known eruption, omitting any uncertainties in these given at the GVP website.


        location
      long.    lat.  summit  year   volcano name
   =================================================

      55.71  -21.23   2632   2010   Piton de la Fournaise
      43.38  -11.75   2361   2007   Karthala

   submarine volcanoes

      77.82  -37.72   -650   1995   Boomerang Seamount

   [Table last updated:  04 July 2012]

The volcanoes in this region fall in the following GVP region; click on the link to see a list of all volcanoes in that region:

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