Newberry Volcano - John Seach

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Oregon, USA

43.722 N, 121.229 W
summit elevation 2434 m
Shield volcano

 Several hundred thousand years ago, a series of eruptions created a caldera now called the Newberry Crater.

About 1,500 years ago the volcano displayed its geothermal potential by blasting ash and glassy magma, creating what is known today as the "Big Obsidian Flow."

Newberry Volcano Eruptions

690 AD ± 100, 490 AD ± 100, 1450 BC?, 4450 BC?, 4690 BC ± 150, 4770 BC ± 75, 4860 BC ± 150, 4960 BC ± 100, 5070 BC ± 150, 5260 BC ± 150, 9210 BC ± 1000