Squaw Ridge Lava Field facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsSquaw Ridge Lava Field
The Squaw Ridge lava field, also known as the East lava field, is the middle of a group of three young basaltic fields located in the High Lava Plains SE of Newberry volcano.
|Elevation||1,711 m (5,614 ft)|
|Location||Lake County, Oregon,
|Age of rock||Holocene?|
|Mountain type||Volcanic field|
The Squaw Ridge lava field, also known as the East Lava Field, is a young basaltic field located in the U.S. state of Oregon southeast of Newberry Volcano. The flow erupted from the Lava Mountain shield and is likely related to the Four Craters Lava Field, both of which were created after Mount Mazama erupted.
|Lava Mountain||1,711 metres (5,614 ft)||-|
|Twin Buttes||1,525 metres (5,003 ft)||-|
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