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  • It extends for almost along the northern edge of the caldera that forms the island of Santorini, at a height of between above sea level.
  • The subsequent collapse formed a caldera that, after filling with water, created Lake Toba.
  • It formed the relatively small caldera that contains the West Thumb of Yellowstone Lake.
  • The top of the volcano is a large caldera that hosts three crater lakes.
  • It is one of a succession of supervolcanoes and calderas that formed the Snake River Plain.
  • The summit contains a deep, circular caldera that is 47 km in diameter and almost 5 km deep.
  • One of the biggest of these domes collapsed leaving a caldera that in time filled with water and transformed into a freshwater lake capable of sustaining life.
  • The southern area of the island is formed from flat basalt layers from two eruptive phases, the second of which formed a caldera that has now eroded.
  • It was formed by the St. Paul hotspot and has a 2 km wide caldera that is 200 m deep.
  • The volcano also contains a wide and deep caldera that is breached to the northwest and is thought to have formed due to failure of the volcano's slopes.
  • Chacana is a large 32-km long - 18-24 km wide caldera that has erupted in historical times.
  • Ball's Pyramid is an erosional remnant of a shield volcano and caldera that formed about 7 million years ago.
  • Stratovolcanoes can also form a large caldera that gets filled in by multiple small cinder cones, lava domes and craters may also develop on the caldera's rim.
  • The island forms the southwestern rim of the Laguna Caldera, a large caldera that occupies the middle section of Laguna de Bay.
  • In 1952 a Catholic mission was established on Witu inside the big caldera that forms Johanne Albrecht Harbour.
  • Ista Weyr is located on the Big Island (directly south of the central point of the Northern Continent) in a caldera that opens to a tropical bay.
  • Lago de Coatepeque (one of El Salvador's lakes) was created by water filling the caldera that formed after a massive eruption.
  • A somma volcano (also known simply as a sommian) or a somma stratovolcano is a volcanic caldera that has been partially filled by a new central cone.
  • The eruption formed a large caldera that, depending on the prevailing climate, was filled in about 740 years, forming a beautiful lake with a deep blue hue, known today as Crater Lake.
  • It is a shield volcano with a filled caldera that was active between 4.2 million and 3.4 million years ago.
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