Dataset of the Tallest Volcanoes in the United States of America (USA)
Dataset contains 88 data items (see table below).
Dataset of the Tallest volcanoes in USA - At 5,040 meters, Mount Bona is the highest volcano in the United States. Located in eastern Alaska, Mount Bona is a stratovolcano that last erupted around 847 AD. It is the 4th highest volcano in North America after the big three of Mexico - Pico de Orizaba, Popocatépetl, and Iztaccíhuatl.
Compare other prominent volcanoes of USA - Yellowstone caldera with Mount St Helens
Dataset Rank & segment full dataset here
Highest volcanoes by continent: World | North America | South America | Asia | Australia-NZ-Oceania | Europe | Africa
Highest volcanoes in Americas: USA | Chile | Ecuador | Mexico
Highest volcanoes in Europe: Italy | Russia | United Kingdom (UK)
Highest volcanoes in Asia Pacific: Indonesia | Japan | Papua New Guinea | Phillipines
Volcanoes by type: All types | Cinder Cones | Domes | Shield Volcanoes | Stratovolcanoes | Complex | Submarines | Calderas