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Details for: Watt, Morne
Fumarolic clouds mark the Valley of Desolation and Boiling Lake thermal areas, NE of Morne Watt (Watt Mountain) volcano in SE Dominica. The Valley of Desolation and the Boiling Lake are major tourist attractions within the national park east of Roseau. A major eruption from Morne Watt produced pyroclastic flows about 930 years ago. The only historical eruptions on the island of Dominica were a moderately large phreatic explosion at the Valley of Desolation thermal area in 1880 and a smaller phreatic explosion in July 1997. Photo by Paul Jackson, 1998 (Seismic Research Unit, University of West Indies).
Volcano Number:360101
Volcano Name:Watt, Morne
Country:Dominica
Volcano Type:Stratovolcano(es)
Last Eruption:1997 CE
Elevation:1224m
Tectonic Setting:Subduction zone / Oceanic crust (< 15 km)
Pop. within 5km:1818
Pop. within 10km:35821
Pop. within 30km:63178
Pop. within 100km:545352
Latitude:15.307
Longitude:-61.305



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