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Doma Peaks
"Doma Peaks, at the western end of a volcanic chain in the highlands of Papua New Guinea, rise to 3568 m and are dominated by two westward-facing escarpments of probable landslide origin. Satellite cones and lava domes occur on the NE and southern flanks of the dominantly andesitic volcano. There is no evidence for magmatic eruptions within the last few hundred or possibly few thousand years (Mackenzie and Johnson, 1984). A reported eruption within the past few hundred years was actually from Long Island, and an older lahar mentioned by Blong (1979) was not accompanied by any significant tephra production (Blong, 1982)."  -Smithsonian Volcano Archive
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