Elovsky Volcano | John Seach


Kamchatka, Russia

57.53 N, 160.53 E
summit elevation 1381 m
Shield volcanoes

Elovsky volcano is located in Sredinny Range, Kamchatka peninsula, Russia. It consists of a cluster of overlapping shield volcanoes in the Sredinny Range.

Ozernovsky cinder cone is located at 57.594 N, 160.639 E, and contains a lava field
9000-10,000 years old, composed of medium-K basalt rock.

Further reading
Hase, Y., Krivonogov, S.K. and Iwauchi, A., 2003. Geomorphological development of the Tunka depression in the Baikal rift zone in Siberia, Russia. In Long continental records from Lake Baikal (pp. 61-71). Springer, Tokyo.

Elovsky Volcano Eruptions

7550 BC ± 500