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Image of the Week: November 21 - 27, 2004

Lassen Peak dacite dome.

Surface of Lassen Peak dacite dome

Lassen Peak, a very large dacite dome, is near the southern end of
the Cascade Range in northern California.

Domes form as gas-poor silica-rich lava is extruded
The rocks formed from these lavas are usually dacite or rhyolite.


A dacite dome is forming now in the crater of Mount St. Helens.
(See CVO images for November, 2004.)

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Links

Go to LCC Lassen Peak Images Index Page
Go to Telephoto view of Lassen Peak's Dome
Go to Close view of Lassen Peak Dome
Go to CVO Website - Lassen Volcanic National Park
Go to Mount St. Helens - PNSN Press Release - Current Information
Go to CVO - Mount St. Helens, WA, 2004 Crater, Dome, and Eruption Images
Go to Mount St. Helens VolcanoCam - Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument

Go to LCC Earth Science WEB LINKS Page

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LCC Image of the Week 12-07-04
David Cordero
dcordero@lcc.ctc.edu