Lanai Volcano | John Seach



20.83 N, 158.92 W
summit elevation 123 m
Shield volcano

Lanai Volcano forms the southwest flank of the Hawaiian Ridge. Lanai volcano overlaps
Wailau volcano in the north, and West Maui and Kahoolawe volcanoes in the southeast.

Further reading
West, H. B., et al. "Geochemistry of tholeiites from Lanai, Hawaii." Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 112.4 (1992): 520-542.

Bonhommet, N., Beeson, M.H. and Dalrymple, G.B., 1977. A contribution to the geochronology and petrology of the island of Lanai, Hawaii. Geological Society of America Bulletin88(9), pp.1282-1286.

Stearns, H.T., Macdonald, G.A. and Swartz, J.H., 1940. Geology and ground-water resources of the islands of Lanai and Kahoolawe, Hawaii (Vol. 6). Advertiser Publishing Company, Limited.

Lanai Volcano Eruptions

1.2 million years ago