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Volcanoes that are not currently active, but may be either dormant or extinct or of otherwise uncertain inactive volcanic status.

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Dormant volcanoes

Extinct volcanoes

Inactive volcanoes of the Philippines

  

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Aliso (volcano)

Apoyeque

Black Peak (Alaska)

Black Volcano

Bobrof Island

Bouvet Island

Bridge River Cones

Campo de Calatrava Volcanic Field

Carrizozo volcanic field

Chato Volcano

Cinder Cone (British Columbia)

Corazón (volcano)

Emi Koussi

Futuna Island, Vanuatu

Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park

Green Mountain

Itcha Range

JA volcano

Kurile Lake

Little Barrier Island

Lvinaya Past

Macauley Island

Mauna Kea

Monte Muambe

Morne Diablotins

Mount Balbi

Mount Eccles

Mount Elbrus

Mount Elephant

Mount Karisimbi

Mount Leura

Mount Napier

Mount Noorat

Mount Rungwe

Mount Schank

Mount Waesche

Mount Warrnambool

Moutohora Island

Nevado de Toluca

Newer Volcanics Province

Orosí Volcano

Pali-Aike Volcanic Field

Pantelleria

Pretty Sally

Puy de Sancy

Santa Clara Volcano

Sincholagua Volcano

Soche

Soda Lakes

Sousaki volcano

Sulfur Springs (Saint Lucia)

Tamu Massif

The Ash Pit

Tibesti Mountains

Tower Hill (volcano)

Tuya volcanic field

Ulleungdo

Vakak Group

Volcà del Montsacopa

Vulcan (inactive volcano)


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