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List of volcanoes in Antarctica

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List of volcanoes in Antarctica

This is a list of active and extinct volcanoes in Antarctica.

Table

Name Elevation Location Last eruption
meters feet Coordinates
Mount Andrus 2978 9770 Unknown
Mount Berlin 3478 11,411 8350 BCE
Mount Bird 1800 5900 3.8-4.6 million years ago
Bridgeman Island 240 787 -
Brown Peak (Sturge Island) 1524 5000 Unknown
Coulman Island 1998 6553 -
Deception Island 576 1890 1970
Mount Discovery 2681 8796 Unknown
Mount Erebus 3794 12,448 2015
Mount Frakes 3654 11,998 Unknown
Gaussberg 370 1213 - Unknown
Mount Hampton 3323 10,902 Unknown
Mount Harcourt 1571 5153 -
Hudson Mountains 749 2457 210 BCE
Mount Melbourne 2732 8963 1892 ± 30 years
Mount Morning 2723 8934 Unknown
Mount Moulton 3078 10,098 -
Mount Murphy 2703 8868 Late Miocene
Mount Overlord 3395 11,142 -
Paulet Island 353 1158 Unknown
Penguin Island 180 59 1 1905
Lars Christensen Peak 1755 5758 Holocene
The Pleiades 3040 9974 1050 BC ± 1000 years
Royal Society Range 3000 9842 Holocene
Seal Nunataks 368 1207 Unknown
Mount Sidley 4181-
4285
13,717-
14,058
-
Mount Siple 3110 10,203 Holocene
Mount Steere 3558 11,673 Unknown
Mount Takahe 3460 11,352 5550 BC
Mount Terra Nova 2130 6988 Unknown
Mount Terror 3230 10,597 -
Toney Mountain 3595 11,795 Holocene
Mount Dimitra 2987 9797 Holocene
Mount Brown -500 -1640 Holocene
Mount Christos - - 1876
Mount Waesche 3292 10,801 Holocene

See also

References

  • Volcano World Web site


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