The Mono Craters is a recent volcanic chain of craters, domes and lava flows. It stretches 25 miles (40 km) from the NW shore of Mono Lake to the S of Mammoth Mountain. Most of the craters phreatic (steam explosion) volcanoes that have since been either plugged or over-topped by rhyolite domes and lava flows.
Photo: 1998 Peter Cristofono
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|Cristobalite|| 'Obsidian'|| 'Pumice'||Sanidine|
6 entries listed. 2 valid minerals.
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Locality Updated: Quinta da Minarvela Mine, São Pedro de Penaferrim, Sintra, Lisbon District, PortugalFrom Rui Nunes, 6th Dec 2013 11:19:07