Examples of Cinder Cones
                 
Arizona-White Mountains Volcanic Area
         
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Arizona-White Mountains volcanic area
Roger Weller, geology instructor 
(
wellerr@cochise.edu )

last edited:  2/21/17            8  views

 
Many of the cinder cones in the White Mountains are highly weathered and
simply resemble rounded hills.

example 1    

 latitude:  34.111     longitude:  -109.581
 photo credits:  Google Earth, Landsat/Copernicus, INEGI
 

example 2

 latitude:  34.113     longitude:  -109.603
 photo credits:  Google Earth, Landsat/Copernicus
 

example 3

 latitude:  34.160     longitude:  -109.583
 photo credits:  Google Earth
 

example 4

 latitude:  34.156     longitude:  -109.649
 photo credits:  Google Earth. Landsat/Copernicus, USDA Farm Service Agency

example 5

 latitude:  34.128     longitude:  -109.720
 photo credits:  Google Earth, Landsat/Copernicus, USDA Farm Service Agency

example 6

 latitude:  34.163     longitude:  -109.733
 photo credits:  Google Earth, Landsat/Copernicus, USDA Farm Service Agency
 

example 7- one of least weathered cinder cones

 latitude:  34.247     longitude:  -109.591
 photo credits:  Google Earth, Landsat/Copernicus, USDA Farm Service Agency
 

example 8

 latitude:  34.223     longitude:  -109.497
 photo credits:  Google Earth,
Landsat/Copernicus, USDA Farm Service Agency


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