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Subject: Re: Interest in Volcanos ?
From: Dave Nelson davenn@...............
Date: Sun, 15 Oct 2006 10:58:54 +1000
I have a great love of volcanoes, preferably up close and=20
the list of volcanoes I have visited around the world, both active and=20
is slowly growing :) not to mention the dozens of extinct ones=20
for samples and onsite study.
where possible collecting rock/ash samples for study .
Volcanoes ... location .......... active/dormant ..... yr/s=
Mt St Helens, Washington State, USA .... active... 1999 / 2006
Mt Ruapehu, Nth Island, New Zealand ..... active .... 1983
Mt Tongariro, Nth Island, New Zealand ..... active .... 1983
Mt Ngarahoe, Nth Island, New Zealand ..... active .... 1983
Mauna Kea, Hawai'i ........... acitve .... 1999
Ta'al Volcano, Luzon, Philippines ....... active .... 2000 / 2005
some longer term dormant ones but by no means extinct
Mt Hood, Washington State, USA
Mt Shasta, Oregon State, USA
Mt Taranaki (Egmont), Nth Is, New Zealand,
and a few photographed from a distance
several others in the Philippines
Lassen Peak', USA
Mt Ranier, USA
Truely extinct volcanoes ...
The Dunedin Volcano and the others of the SE coast of the South Is.of=
extensive study during my BSc studies
The ones around Flagstaff, Arizona, USA
Wishlist for visits .....
Vanuatu's active volcanoes
other active ones in Philippines
Indonesian volcanoes including Merapi and Anak Krakatoa
Indonesia is paradise for volcano touring :)
and ohhhhh if it wasnt for the hi cost ..... Japan...
3 main ones there would be Sakura jima. Fuji, and Unzen
At 04:57 AM 14/10/2006 +0000, you wrote:
>Is anyone here intrested in volcanos, along with earthquakes ?
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