Dataset of the Tallest Volcanoes in the United States of America (USA)
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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

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  Top 30 ranks, by elevation in descending order ( rank and segment full dataset - 462 items )

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Volcano datasets

   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


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