Volcano Hazards Program

U.S. Geological Survey
Open-File Report 2007-1225
Version 1.0

Digital Data for Volcano Hazards at Newberry Volcano, Oregon

By S.P. Schilling, S. Doelger, D.R. Sherrod, L.G. Mastin, and W.E. Scott

2008

Data to accompany U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 97-513


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[Big Obsidian Flow (center), a 1,300-year-old lava flow, is the youngest product of Newberry volcano. Paulina Peak (back center) forms the highest point on the rim of Newberry Crater, a large caldera or volcanic depression at the summit of the volcano. (USGS photograph taken by William E. Scott, U.S. Geological Survey.)] Big Obsidian Flow (center), a 1,300-year-old lava flow, is the youngest product of Newberry volcano. Paulina Peak (back center) forms the highest point on the rim of Newberry Crater, a large caldera or volcanic depression at the summit of the volcano. (USGS photograph taken by William E. Scott, U.S. Geological Survey.)
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