List of volcanoes

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Argopuro, Indonesia, in 1985

The list of volcanoes includes some which are active, dormant and extinct:

On Earth[change | change source]

Antarctica[change | change source]

Argentina[change | change source]

  • Mount Aconcagua

Australia[change | change source]

Bolivia[change | change source]

  • Acotango
  • Cerro Columa
  • Cerro Moiro
  • Cerro San Augustin
  • Cerro Santa Isabel
  • Cerro Yumia
  • Cerros de Tocorpuri
  • Escala
  • Guayaques
  • Irruputuncu
  • Licancabur
  • Macizo de Larancagua
  • Macizo de Pacuni
  • Nevado Anallajsi
  • Neuvo Mundo
  • Olca-Paruma
  • Ollague
  • Pampa Luxsar
  • Parinacota
  • Patilla Pata
  • Quetena
  • Sacabaya
  • Sairecabur
  • Tata Sabaya
  • Uturuncu

Cameroon[change | change source]

  • Mount Cameroon

Canada[change | change source]

Cape Verde[change | change source]

Colombia[change | change source]

  • Azufral
  • Cerro Bravo
  • Cerro Negro de Mayasquer
  • Cumbal
  • Dona Juana
  • Galeras
  • Nevado del Huila
  • Nevado del Tolima
  • Nevado del Ruiz
  • Machin
  • Petacas
  • Purace
  • Santa Isabel
  • Sotara

Comoros[change | change source]

  • Le Kartala (2316 m - active)

Costa Rica[change | change source]

  • Arenal (1657 m - active)
  • Barva
  • Cerro Tilaran
  • Irazu (3432 m - active)
  • Miravalles
  • Orosi
  • Platanar
  • Poás (2708 m - active)
  • Rincon de la Vieja (1916 m - complex)
  • Tenorio
  • Turrialba (active)

Democratic Republic of the Congo[change | change source]

  • May-Ya-Moto
  • Nyamuragira
  • Mount Nyiragongo
  • Tshibinda
  • Bisoke

Dominica[change | change source]

  • Morne aux Diables
  • Morne Diablotins
  • Morne Plat Pays
  • Morne Trois Pitons
  • Morne Watts

Ecuador[change | change source]

El Salvador[change | change source]

  • Cerro Cinotepeque
  • Cerro Singuil
  • Chinameca
  • Coatepeque Caldera
  • Conchaguita
  • El Tigre
  • Guazapa
  • Ilopango
  • Izalco
  • Laguna Aramuaca
  • San Diego
  • San Miguel
  • San Salvador
  • San Vicente
  • Santa Ana
  • Taburete
  • Tecapa
  • Usulutan

Ethiopia[change | change source]

France[change | change source]

  • Mainland France
    • Puy de Dôme (dormant)
  • Guadeloupe
    • La Grande Soufrière (dormant)
  • Martinique
    • Mt. Pelée (dormant)
  • Réunion
    • Piton de la Fournaise (active)
    • Piton des Neiges (extinct)

Germany[change | change source]

Greece[change | change source]

Honduras[change | change source]

  • Isla el Tigre
  • Isla Zacate Grande
  • Utila Island

Iceland[change | change source]

India[change | change source]

  • Barren (active)
  • Narkundam

Indonesia[change | change source]

  • Krakatoa, Rakata
  • Mount Tambora, Sumbawa
  • Volcanoes of Bali island
  • Volcanoes of Flores island
    • Ebulobo
    • Egon
    • Ilimuda
    • Inielika
    • Inierie
    • Iya
    • Kelimutu
    • Leroboleng
    • Lewotobi
    • Ndete Napu
    • Poco Leok
    • Ranakah
    • Riang Kotang
    • Sukaria Caldera
    • Wai Sano
  • Volcanoes of Java island (38)
    • Baluran
    • Cereme
    • Galoen-gong
    • Gede
    • Guntur
    • Lawu
    • Karang
    • Kelut
    • Kendang
    • Ijen
    • Lamongan
    • Lurus
    • Malabar
    • Merbabu
    • Mount Merapia
    • Papandayang
    • Patuha
    • Perbakti
    • Raung
    • Salak
    • Semeru
    • Slamet
    • Sumbing
    • Sundoro
    • Talagabodas
    • Tampomas
    • Tangkuban Prahu
    • Telomoyo
    • Wayang-Windu
    • Wilis
  • Lomblen
    • Ililabalekan
    • Iliwerung
    • Lewotolo
  • Lombok
    • Rinjani
  • Volcanoes of New Guinea
  • Volcanoes of Sulawesi
    • Ambang
    • Colo
    • Klabat
    • Mahawu
    • Sempu
    • Soputan
    • Tongkoko
  • Volcanoes of Sumatra
    • Belirang-Beriti
    • Besar
    • Bukit Daun
    • Bukit Lumut Balai
    • Dempo
    • Geureudong
    • Gunung Kerinci
    • Gunung Tujuh
    • Helatoba-Tarutung
    • Hulubelu
    • Hutapanjang
    • Imun
    • Kaba
    • Kembar
    • Kerinci
    • Kunyit
    • Lubukraya
    • Marapi
    • Patah
    • Pendan
    • Peuet Sague
    • Pulau Weh
    • Rajabasu
    • Ranau
    • Sarik-Gajah
    • Sekincau Belirang
    • Seluwah Agam
    • Sibayak
    • Sibualbuali
    • Sinabung
    • Sorikmarapi
    • Sumbing
    • Suoh
    • Talakmau
    • Talang
    • Tandikat
    • Toba

Italy[change | change source]

Japan[change | change source]

  • Hokkaido
    • Akan
    • Daisetsu
    • E San
    • Komaga Take
    • Kutcharo
    • Kuttara
    • Mashu
    • Nigorigawa
    • Nipesotsu Upepesanke
    • Niseko
    • Oshima Oshima
    • Rausu
    • Rishiri
    • Shikotsu
    • Shiretoko Iwo Zan
    • Shiribetsu
    • Tokachi
    • Usu
    • Yotei
  • Honshū
    • Adatara
    • Akagi
    • Asama
    • Azuma-Kofuji
    • Bandai
    • Daisen
    • Kusatsu-Shirane
    • Mount Chokai
    • Mount Fuji
    • Mount Funagata
    • Mount Haruna
    • Mount Hiuchigatake
    • Mount Myoko
    • Mount Nekomadake
    • Mount Norikura
    • Mount Tateshina
    • Mount Yake
    • Mount Yoko
    • Nantai
    • Naruko
    • Nasu-dake
    • Niigata-Yakeyama
    • Nikko-Shirane
    • Ontake-san
    • Zao
  • Kyushu

Kenya[change | change source]

Mexico[change | change source]

Montserrat[change | change source]

  • Soufriere Hills

Netherlands Antilles[change | change source]

New Zealand[change | change source]

Norway[change | change source]

Panama[change | change source]

  • Baru
  • El Valle
  • La Yeguada

Peru[change | change source]

  • Coropuna
  • El Misti
  • Huaynaputina
  • Nevado Chachani
  • Nevados Casiri
  • Nevados Firura
  • Quimsachata
  • Sabancaya
  • Ticsani
  • Tutupaca
  • Ubinas
  • Yucamane

Philippines[change | change source]

  • Luzon
    • Ambalatungan Group
    • Amorong
    • Arayat
    • Banahaw
    • Bulusan
    • Cagua
    • Isarog
    • Iriga
    • Jalajala
    • Labo
    • Laguna Volcanic Field
    • Malinao
    • Malinding
    • Makiling
    • Mariveles
    • Masaraga
    • Mayon
    • Natib
    • Patoc
    • Pinatubo
    • Pocdol Mountains
    • Santo Tomas
    • Taal
  • Visayas
    • Biliran
    • Canlaon
    • Panay
  • Mindanao
    • Apo
    • Balatocan
    • Calayo
    • Hibok-hibok
    • Kalatungan
    • Latukan
    • Leonard Range
    • Makaturung
    • Malindang
    • Matumtum
    • Paco
    • Parker
    • Ragang

Portugal[change | change source]

  • Azores
    • Agua de Pau
    • Corvo
    • Fayal
    • Flores
    • Furnas
    • Graciosa
    • Pico
    • San Jorge
    • Sete Cidades
    • Terceira
  • Madeira Islands

Russia[change | change source]

  • Kamchatka
    • Bezymianny
    • Klyuchevskaya Sopka
  • Kurile Islands
    • Atsonopuri
    • Baransky
    • Berutarube
    • Bogotayr Ridge
    • Chirip
    • Chirpoi
    • Demon
    • Golets-Tronyi Group
    • Golovnin
    • Grozny Group
    • Ivao Group
    • Kolokol Group
    • Lvinaya Past
    • Medvezhia
    • Mendeleev
    • Milne
    • Rudakov
    • Smirnov
    • Tiatia
    • Tri Sestry

Rwanda[change | change source]

  • Mount Karisimbi

Saint Kitts and Nevis[change | change source]

  • Mount Misery
  • Nevis Peak
  • The Quill

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines[change | change source]

  • Soufriere volcano (1,234 m, active)

Solomon Islands[change | change source]

  • Bagana
  • Balbi
  • Billy Mitchell
  • Kavachi
  • Loloru
  • Nonda
  • Savo
  • Simbo
  • Takuan Group
  • Tore

South Sandwich Islands[change | change source]

  • Bristol Island
  • Candlemas Island
  • Hodson
  • Leskov Island
  • Montagu Island
  • Zavodovski

Spain[change | change source]

  • Mainland Spain
    • Campo de Calatrava (dormant)
    • Croscat (dormant)
    • Montsacopa (dormant)
    • Olot (dormant)
    • Santa Margarida Volcano (dormant)
  • Canary Islands

Tanzania[change | change source]

Tristan da Cunha[change | change source]

Turkey[change | change source]

Uganda[change | change source]

  • Bufumbira
  • Bunyaruguru Field
  • Fort Portal Field
  • Katunga
  • Katwe-Kikorongo Field
  • Kyatwa Volcanic Field
  • Muhavura

USA[change | change source]

  • Alaska
    • Mount Adagdak
    • Mount Akutan
    • Mount Amak
    • Mount Amukta
    • Mount Aniakchak
    • Mount Atka
    • Mount Augustine
    • Black Peak
    • Mount Bobrof
    • Bogoslof
    • Mount Buldir
    • Buzzard Creek
    • Mount Carlisle
    • Mount Chagulak
    • Mount Chiginagak
    • Mount Churchill
    • Mount Cleveland
    • Mount Dana
    • Mount Davidof
    • Mount Denison
    • Devils Desk
    • Mount Douglas
    • Duncan Canal
    • Mount Dutton
    • Mount Edgecumbe
    • Emmons Lake
    • Mount Fisher
    • Mount Frosty
    • Fourpeaked
    • Mount Gareloi
    • Great Sitkin
    • Mount Gordon
    • Mount Griggs
    • Mount Hayes
    • Mount Herbert
    • Mount Iliamna
    • Imuruk Lake
    • Ingakslugwat Hills
    • Mount Isanotski
    • Mount Kagamil
    • Mount Kaguyak
    • Mount Kanaga
    • Mount Kasatochi
    • Mount Katmai
    • Mount Kialagvik
    • Mount Kiska
    • Mount Koniuji
    • Mount Kukak
    • Mount Kupreanof
    • Kookooligit Mountains
    • Little Sitkin
    • Mount Mageik
    • Mount Makushin
    • Mount Martin
    • Mount Moffett
    • Novarupta
    • Nunivak Island
    • Mount Okmok
    • Mount Redoubt
    • Mount Roundtop
    • Saint Michael
    • Saint Paul Island
    • Mount Pavlof
    • Pavlof Sister
    • Mount Recheschnoi
    • Mount Sanford
    • Mount Seguam
    • Mount Segula
    • Mount Semisopochnoi
    • Mount Sergief
    • Mount Shishaldin
    • Mount Steller
    • Snowy Mountain
    • Mount Spurr
    • Mount Stepovak
    • Mount Takawangha
    • Mount Tanaga
    • Mount Trident
    • Ugashik-Peulik
    • Ukinrek Maars
    • Mount Uliaga
    • Mount Veniaminof
    • Mount Vsevidof
    • Mount Westdahl
    • Mount Wrangell
    • Mount Yantarni
    • Mount Yunaska

Vanuatu[change | change source]

  • Mount Yasur

Elsewhere in the solar system[change | change source]

Mars[change | change source]

Other planets and moons[change | change source]

  • Many on Io, a moon of the planet Jupiter, that are believed to eject sulfur or possibly sulfur dioxide.
  • Many on Triton, a moon of the planet Neptune, that are believed to eject liquid nitrogen, dust, or methane compounds.

In fictional literature[change | change source]

Related pages[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. Malahoff, Alexander (2000-12-18). "Lōihi Submarine Volcano: A unique, natural extremophile laboratory". In the Spotlight. Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (NOAA). Retrieved 2009-10-10.