Data from the Global Volcanism Program of the Smithsonian Institution
Details for: Wudalianchi
The Pleistocene Nangelaquishan cinder cone, capped by a 500-m-wide flat-bottomed crater, is one of 14 cones forming the Wudalianchi volcanic field in Manchuria, NE China. The cinder cones, four of which are Holocene in age, show a preferred alignment along three parallel NE-SW trends. The Wudalianchi volcanic field was named for five scenic lakes dammed by lava flows during a 1719-21 eruption, which formed two new cinder cones and produced a 65 sq km lava field. Photo courtesy of Jim Whitford-Stark, Sul Ross State University, Texas (published in Feng et al., 1979).
Volcano Number:305030
Volcano Name:Wudalianchi
Country:China
Volcano Type:Volcanic field
Last Eruption:1776
Elevation:597m
Tectonic Setting:Intraplate / Continental crust (> 25 km)
Pop. within 5km:57885
Pop. within 10km:57885
Pop. within 30km:136201
Pop. within 100km:2164526
Latitude:48.72
Longitude:126.12



Eruption Data from the Global Volcanism Program of the Smithsonian Institution
Volcano Number Volcano Name Eruption Number Activity Type Explosivity Index Max Explosivity Index Modifier Activity Area Activity Unit Start Evidence Method Start Date End Date
305030 Wudalianchi 19635 Confirmed Eruption 3 Laoheishan and Huoshaoshan Historical Observations 1720/1/14 1721
305030 Wudalianchi 19636 Confirmed Eruption 2 ? Laoheishan Historical Observations 1776
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