Tianshan Volcano | John Seach


Xinjiang Province, China

42.5 N, 86.50 E
summit elevation unknown
volcanic field

The volcano is located 440 km SW of Urumqi. The most recent eruption occurred at Pechan cone (Peishan, Baishan, Hochan, Aghie, Bichbalick, Khala, and Boschan.

Further reading
Ma, X., Shu, L., Meert, J.G. and Li, J., 2014. The Paleozoic evolution of Central Tianshan: Geochemical and geochronological evidence. Gondwana Research25(2), pp.797-819.

Xia, L.Q., Xu, X.Y., Xia, Z.C., Li, X.M., Ma, Z.P. and Wang, L.S., 2004. Petrogenesis of Carboniferous rift-related volcanic rocks in the Tianshan, northwestern China. Geological Society of America Bulletin116(3-4), pp.419-433.

Tianshan Volcano Eruptions

650, 50 AD.