Subaqueous geology and a filling model for Crater Lake, Oregon

@article{Nathenson2006SubaqueousGA,
  title={Subaqueous geology and a filling model for Crater Lake, Oregon},
  author={Manuel Nathenson and Charles R. Bacon and David W. Ramsey},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2006},
  volume={574},
  pages={13-27}
}
Results of a detailed bathymetric survey of Crater Lake conducted in 2000, combined with previous results of submersible and dredge sampling, form the basis for a geologic map of the lake floor and a model for the filling of Crater Lake with water. The most prominent landforms beneath the surface of Crater Lake are andesite volcanoes that were active as the lake was filling with water, following caldera collapse during the climactic eruption of Mount Mazama 7700 cal. yr B.P. The Wizard Island… 

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