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Details for: Haleakala
The summit of Haleakalā on the island of Maui contains a large crater that opens towards the ENE. It formed by the erosion of two large valleys that eventually coalesced, along with collapse events. This view to the NE from near the summit shows the Ko’olau Gap in the distance and scoria cones on the crater floor from eruptions along a major rift zone that extends across the summit from the SW to eastern coasts. Photo by Dick Stoiber, 1976 (Dartmouth College).
Volcano Number:332060
Volcano Name:Haleakala
Country:United States
Volcano Type:Shield
Last Eruption:1750 CE
Elevation:3055m
Tectonic Setting:Intraplate / Oceanic crust (< 15 km)
Pop. within 5km:26074
Pop. within 10km:26074
Pop. within 30km:65398
Pop. within 100km:157582
Latitude:20.708
Longitude:-156.25



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