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Database for the Geologic Map of Upper Eocene to Holocene Volcanic and Related Rocks of the Cascade Range, Oregon

By Kathryn Nimz, David W. Ramsey, David R. Sherrod, and James G. Smith

Data Series 313


photo of snow-capped mountain
Mount Hood Volcano, the highest peak in Oregon (11,239 ft; 3,426 m), as seen from the Mount Hood Meadows Ski Area, located approximately 5 km (3 miles) south-southeast of its summit. The most recent eruption of this chiefly andesitic volcano was about 200 years ago. (Photograph by Robert I. Tilling.)



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