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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

Black Volcano

Bobrof Island

Bouvet Island

Bridge River Cones

Bundaberg Hummock

Campo de Calatrava

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 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

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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66 news items

Latin American Herald Tribune

Latin American Herald Tribune
Mon, 13 Jul 2015 08:08:06 -0700

SYDNEY – A scientific expedition discovered four inactive volcanoes, estimated to be about 50 million years old, around 250 km (155 miles) off the Sydney coast, academic circles said on Monday. The four volcanoes, extending over an area of 20 km by 6 ...

BGR

BGR
Thu, 16 Jul 2015 10:24:00 -0700

According to CSIRO News, the 50-million-year-old inactive volcanoes were found some 200 kilometers off the coast of Sydney as researchers were looking for the nursery grounds of larval lobster. UNSW marine biologist Professor Iain Suthers said the team ...
 
Big News Network.com
Sat, 25 Jul 2015 17:22:30 -0700

... with rainwater, takes its green hue from shore foliage and prolific algae, says Mathieu Yalire Mapendano, the head of the geochemistry and environment department at the Goma Volcano Observatory. The region boasts both active and inactive volcanoes.

Insider Monkey (blog)

Insider Monkey (blog)
Wed, 01 Jul 2015 04:00:02 -0700

Bolivia has a wide range of geographical features, from cities to spans of desert, from inactive volcanoes to waterfalls. It has a rich cultural history, including traditional practices like witchcraft still practised today, as well as the largest ...

San Diego Reader

San Diego Reader
Wed, 13 May 2015 15:52:30 -0700

The large bay there is ringed by inactive volcanoes; the main industry is berry farming. San Martin Island and offshore banks provide structure for rockcod, big lingcod, yellowtail, and white seabass. Aqua-culture enterprises in the bay raise oysters ...

La prensa

La prensa
Wed, 13 May 2015 06:52:14 -0700

Managua, May 12 (EFE).- Nicaragua hopes to lure European tourists with tours of active and inactive volcanoes, nature preserves, pristine forests, archaeological sites and colonial cities, as well as the chance to see wild birds or whales. Sustainable ...

The West Australian

Los Angeles Times
Sun, 16 Nov 2014 09:01:29 -0800

... survey vessels with submersibles scanning as deep as 20,000 feet. After carefully covering about 1,900 square miles of ocean floor in the last month, the submersibles have discovered fascinating undersea crevices and inactive volcanoes, but no debris.

Clapway

Clapway
Mon, 13 Apr 2015 09:07:30 -0700

Avoid inactive volcanoes for the fear of appearing like you're just posing next to a mountain. 2. Come equipped. This is probably a no-brainer, but do not enter an active volcanic zone wearing shorts and a white-tee. Yes, it's hot, but a hazmat suit is ...
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