Over 600 Earthquakes Strike California in 24 Hours – Oh – and There’s a Volcano, Too

Image: usgs.gov

Image: usgs.gov

Because sometimes raging wildfires followed by flash floods just aren’t enough for one state…

Mammoth Mountain is a lava dome complex in the southwestern corner of the caldera, consisting of about 12 rhyodacite and dacite overlapping domes.[2][3] These domes formed in a long series of eruptions from 110,000 to 57,000 years ago, building a volcano that reaches 11,059 feet (3,371 m) in elevation.[4]



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