Longgang Volcano | John Seach



42.33 N, 126.50 E
summit elevation 1000 m
Cinder cones

The volcano is located 170 km SE of Jilin.
Jinlongdingzi (Gold Dragon Peak) is the most recent cinder cone.

Eruptions at Longgang Volcano
A sub-Plinian eruption of Jinlongdingzi (Golden Dragon Peak) Volcano in the Longgang (Dragon Mountain Range) volcanic field (Jilin Province) formed basaltic pumice deposits that can be traced for 25 km to the east of the volcano.

Further reading
Liu, J., Chu, G., Han, J., Rioual, P., Jiao, W. and Wang, K., 2009. Volcanic eruptions in the Longgang volcanic field, northeastern China, during the past 15,000 years. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences34(5), pp.645-654.

Hai2quan, W.E.I., Ruo2xin, L.I.U. and Qi2cheng, F.A.N., 1999. Monogenetic volcanism in Longgang volcano clusters. Geological Review45(3252), p.331.

Longgang Volcano Eruptions

300 AD