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Details for: Trois Pitons, Morne
Two large lava domes, Micotrin (lower right) and Morne Trois Pitons (upper right), are located along the margin of a large semi-circular depression on the western coast of central Dominica NE of the capital city of Roseau. The village of Laudat at the lower left lies along a road traversing the flanks of Micotrin on the way to the Atlantic coast. The most recent dated dome-forming eruption at the Trois Pitons/Micotrin complex took place about 800 CE. Morne Diablotins volcano lies in the clouds at the upper left. Photo by Paul Jackson, 1998 (Seismic Research Unit, University of West Indies).
Volcano Number:360100
Volcano Name:Trois Pitons, Morne
Country:Dominica
Volcano Type:Complex
Last Eruption:920 CE
Elevation:1387m
Tectonic Setting:Subduction zone / Oceanic crust (< 15 km)
Pop. within 5km:2493
Pop. within 10km:29522
Pop. within 30km:62348
Pop. within 100km:687847
Latitude:15.37
Longitude:-61.33



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