Jalua Volcano | John Seach



15.042 N, 39.82 E
summit elevation 713 m

Jalua Volcano lies at the northern end of the Danakil depression, south of the Zula Gulf, Eritrea. The volcano has a central cone with a large crater.

No historical eruptions have occurred at the volcano. Fumaroles are located on the slopes and hot springs at the base.

Further reading
Mesfin, A. and Yohannes, E., 2014, October. The geology of the northern Danakil depression and its geothermal significance. In Proceedings 5th African Rift geothermal Conference. Arusha, Tanzania (pp. 29-31).

Yohannes, E., 2010. Geothermal exploration in Eritrea. Explor. Geotherm. Resouces.

Jalua Volcano Eruptions

No recent eruptions.