Mount Baker volcano
stratovolcano 3285 m / 10,777 ft, Washington, USA (mainland exept Alaska), 48.78°N / -121.81°W
Nearby recent earthquakes (within 30km radius):
Earthquake list: past 7 days (only M>=-0.8) (3 quakes)Updated: Sun, 25 Jun 22:37 UTC (GMT)
|Time||Mag. / Depth||Distance||Location||Map||Source|
|Fri, 23 Jun|
|Fri, 23 Jun 17:36 UTC||M 1.3 / 1 km - [info]||8 km||Explosion - 22km ESE of Peaceful Valley, Washington||[Map]||USGS|
|Tue, 20 Jun|
|Tue, 20 Jun 08:59 UTC||M 1.4 / 1 km - [info]||7 km||Explosion - 29km SE of Peaceful Valley, Washington||[Map]||USGS|
|Mon, 19 Jun|
|Mon, 19 Jun 17:31 UTC||M 1.3 / 1 km - [info]||5 km||- 29km SE of Peaceful Valley, Washington||[Map]||USGS|
Features around Mt Baker volcanoBlack Buttes: An eroded rest of a former stratovolcano 3 km west of Mt. Baker.
Dorr Fumaroles: A field of fumaroles NE of the summit of Mt Baker.
Kulshan Caldera: A large caldera NE of the volcano formed by collapse of the magma chamber after a large ancient eruption.
Mazama Ash: Ash layers on the south flank of Mt Baker, probably deposited during an explosive eruption 6,000 years ago.
Schriebers Meadow Cinder Cone: A cinder cone which formed about 9,800 years ago, 100 m high and 750 m wide. A lava flow 11 km long was erupted from the same vent.
Sherman Crater: A lateral crater 800 south of the summit. It is partially filled with ice. Snow avalanches have descended down Boulder Glacier at least 6 times since 1958.