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Mt. Vesuvius
Western Italy (near Naples)
Stratovolcano
Mostly Intermediate
African plate subducts Eurasian Plate
Dormant
Campi Flegrei
Naples, Italy (West of Mt. Vesuvius)
Caldera
Rhyolite
African Plate subducts Eurasian Plate
Dormant
Mt. Etna
Eastern Sicily (Italy)
Stratovolcano on top of a shield volcano
Mafic and Intermediate
African Plate Subducts Eurasian Plate
Very active
Long Valley
Eastern California
Caldera
Rhyolite
Basin and Range spreading zone
Dormant
Yellowstone National Park
Northwest corner of Wyoming
3 Calderas in and around park
Rhyolite
Hotspot
Dormant
Crater Lake
Southwest Oregon
Caldera
Rhyolites and Intermediate
Ocean-Continent Zone
Dormant
Santorini
Southern Greece
Two calderas
Rhyolites and Intermediates
African plate (ocean parts) subducting Eurasian Plate
Mercury
Very little atmosphere
Lowlands-Basalts
No volcanic features
Thrust faults
Venus
No evidence- plate tectonics
Almost all Mafic
almost all shield volcanoes
some calderas
Sapas Mons - largest shield volcano on planet
Earth's moon
Basalts, Gabbros
Calcium/aluminum rich rocks
volcanism ended approx. 1 billion years ago
Mars
Olympus Mons-Largest shield volcano in solar system
Basalts, Intermediates
Cinder Cones
No plate tectonics or volcanism
Moons of Jupiter
Rock/Ice
Faults
No volcanism
Normal faults and rift zones