Where on Google Earth #131

It seems that WoGE wants to oscillate between the Lost Geologist and me. I hope this is unsedimentary enough for him:

For any new players to Where on (Google) Earth, simply post latitude and longitude or a description of the location in the comments. Even better, write something about the geography or geology. If you win, you get to host the next one.

I think it's not too hard to find, so I'll invoke Schott's Rule, i.e. former winners have to wait 1 hour for each WoGE they got right.

Posting time is 23:56 CEST (21:56 UTC)

Good luck!

Comments 4

  1. Peter L 13 ⟨  4 Jun 2008, 03:06 PM | #  ⟩

    Well, this one was easy to find indeed: 51.5N - 157.0E, southern Kamchatka. The picture features several stratovolcanoes (Zheltovsky, Ilynsky, Diky Greben, Koshelev, Kambalny) and the Kurile Lake (hosted in a large caldera) , all formed in the magmatic arc of in the northeastern Pacific subduction zone.

  2. Peter L 13 ⟨  4 Jun 2008, 04:28 PM | #  ⟩

    errata: northwestern Pacific 🙂

  3. fj 229 ⟨  4 Jun 2008, 09:06 PM | #  ⟩

    Yes, that's right. We're looking forward to your next WoGE!

  4. Peter L 13 ⟨  5 Jun 2008, 04:57 AM | #  ⟩

    WoGE #132 is posted, enjoy!

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