Volcanoes that are not currently active, but may be either dormant or extinct or of
otherwise uncertain inactive volcanic status.
An inactive volcano is one that could erupt but has not erupted for more than
10000 years. Inactive volcanoes are also called dormant or sleeping...
Active volcanoes are those that have erupted recently or regularly erupt, and
inactive volcanoes are those that have not erupted for a long time. The exact time
Jul 30, 2008 ... Name of Volcano. Latitude (deg-min). Longitude (deg-min). Province. Region.
Elevation (km). Unnamed. 6°56'. 125°8.5'. Cotabato. XII. 0.64 0.
Active volcanoes in the Philippines(updated 2010) The Philippine Institute of
Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) currently lists 22...
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Geologists classify some volcanoes as active and some volcanoes as dormant.
But what do they mean? What's the difference between active and dormant ...
What is the difference between an active, erupting, dormant and extinct volcano?
An active volcano is a volcano that has had at least one eruption during the ...
A dormant volcano is one that could still erupt but hasn't for a long time.
Geothermal energy. Photo: Reuters, C. Helgren Volcanoes occur in areas where
hot, melted rock comes unusually close to the surface of the Earth. Geothermal ...