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Volcanoes on Hawaii Island

Information about volcanoes on the island of Lanai in Hawaii.

NAME: Lanai Volcano
STATUS: Extinct
LOCATION: Lanai Island, Hawaii
FROM THE USGS: "Lanai Island is an extinct volcano with only the shield stage represented. Its lavas have been dated at 1.28 million years—too young, compared to the ages of nearby volcanoes. A large landslide deposit on the sea floor south-southwest of Lana‘i, named the Clark landslide, was derived from Lana‘i or Penguin Bank."
- volcano.si.edu --> volcano --> lanai
- usgs.gov --> volcano watch: maui nui

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