rim of the caldera

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  • The villagers moved to the highest and oldest rim of the caldera, where they rebuilt their village and the temple.
  • Mount Usu formed on the southern rim of the caldera containing the lake.
  • The outer rim of the caldera is defined by dark-colored rocks made out of very fluid lava.
  • Turkey Creek Trail climbs for 3 miles up to the northern rim of the caldera.
  • It is located on the southwest rim of the caldera overlooking Crater Lake.
  • There is no sign of a pyroclastic shield along the rim of the caldera, making the location likely underwater, on the caldera's floor.
  • The stratovolcano of Mount Usu lies on the southern rim of the caldera.
  • Tagaytay Ridge, to the north, is the northern rim of the caldera with Mount Sungay its highest elevation.
  • The rim of the caldera is not continuously exposed at the surface, but the rocks have a subtle circular arrangement.
  • The southern rim of the caldera where the glacier descends, is bounded by Mount Ortsveri.
  • The main town of Thira lies on the rim of the caldera which is around 300 metres above the sea and drops below it for another 200 metres.
  • Bermuda sits just inside the southern perimeter of a circular barrier reef (the rim of the caldera of a submarine volcano).
  • The rim of the caldera is extremely steep -- so steep, in fact, that the accumulation of sediment is insufficient for most hydrophyte vegetation.
  • Guided tours of the volcano typically start at Puerto Villamil and traverse the rim of the caldera along its East side before heading into the fresh lava fields north east of the main crater.
  • The eastern border of the municipality is formed by the crater rim of the Caldera de Taburiente and its outflow, the Barranco de las Angustias.
  • The rim of the caldera forms well-developed circular ridge of altered and indurated Karroo sandstones (gritstones) rising approximately 500 m above the plain of unaltered Karroo sediments.
  • The caldera shows evidence of collapse following eruptive episodes and reaches a depth of 450 m to 650 m below the rim of the caldera, only Wolf Volcano in the Galapagos is as deep.