Eruptive history and petrology of Mount Drum volcano, Wrangell Mountains, Alaska

@article{Richter1994EruptiveHA,
  title={Eruptive history and petrology of Mount Drum volcano, Wrangell Mountains, Alaska},
  author={D. Richter and E. Moll-Stalcup and T. P. Miller and M. Lanphere and G. B. Dalrymple and R. L. Smith},
  journal={Bulletin of Volcanology},
  year={1994},
  volume={56},
  pages={29-46}
}
Mount Drum is one of the youngest volcanoes in the subduction-related Wrangell volcanic field (80x200 km) of southcentral Alaska. It lies at the northwest end of a series of large, andesite-dominated shield volcanoes that show a northwesterly progression of age from 26 Ma near the Alaska-Yukon border to about 0.2 Ma at Mount Drum. The volcano was constructed between 750 and 250 ka during at least two cycles of cone building and ring-dome emplacement and was partially destroyed by violent… Expand
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