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Crater Mountain
"Crater Mountain, an arcuate chain of peaks 3000 m or more in height, is extensively eroded to the point that its volcanic origin is almost unrecognizable. However, steep-sided valleys to the north and east are floored by lava flows and other young volcanic features. The easternmost Agotu Valley contains several small craters, cinder cones, and maars of late-Pleistocene or Holocene age (Mackenzie and Johnson, 1984). Several small cones, lava domes, and associated lava flows north and NW of the Erun Anticline may in part be Holocene in age."  -Smithsonian Volcano Archive
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