Volcanos in Alphabetical Order

Volcano

Location

Type

Notes

Adatara

Honshu, Japan

Strato-volcano

Last eruption in 1990
Inactive

Aeseput (Aesput-waru)

See Tondano

N/A

N/A

Agua de Pau

Azores

Caldera

First erupted in 1563
Last eruption to date 1952

Agung

Bali, Indonesia

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Regarded as the "Navel of the Universe" by the Balinese.
Last erupted in 1963

Aira

Japan

Caldera

First erupted from 1779-1781
Last major eruption 1914

Akan

Japan

Caldera

Last eruption was in 1988.
Lake Akan occupies part of the caldera. Severalcones are within the caldera: including Furebetsu, Fuppushi, O-akan, and Me-akan.

Akutan

eastern Aleutian Islands, Alaska, USA

Stratovolcano

Discovered in 1790, has erupted at least 27 times since then. Most recent eruption was in 1992.

Alban Hills

Italy

Volcanic structures

The Alban Hills are located near Rome. They are believed to have originated through a combination of explosive and effusive eruptions.

Alcedo

Galapogos Islands, Ecuador

Caldera

One of several islands on Isabela Island in the Galapagos.

Aluto

Ethiopia

N/A

See Asawa.

Amatitlàn

Guatemala

Caldera

Located several miles south of Guatemala City. Includes the volcano Pacaya

Ambrim

Vanuatu

caldera and island

Two cones inside caldera: Mount Marum and Mount Benbow. Several small volcanoes (Rahoum, Tower Peak and Tuvio) are also found on this island.
Ambrim formed about 50 AD, and has had 48 recorded eruptions since then.

Amutka

Alaska

Island stratovolcano

"Poorly known, seismically unmonitored and uninhabited island.
Discovered in 1760. Five makor eruptions since then. Last major eruption 1987, last minor eruption 1996.

Aniackchak

Aleutian Islands, Alaska, USA

caldera

Several cones and necks are found on the floor of the crater, including Vent Mountain. Last major eruption 1931.

Aoba

Vanuatu

Shield volcano

Classified as the most potentially dangerous volcano on Vanuatu.

Apoyo

Nicaragua

caldera

Located in the Nicaraguan Depression near the town of Granada.
Several domes are located near the caldera: El Cerrito, Cerritito, Lomo Poisentrepe and Apoyoito).

Apoyoito

Nicaragua

caldera

Located in the Nicaraguan Depression near the town of Granada.

Arenal

Costa Rica

Stratovolcano

Dormant until 1968. Last major eruption 1998.

Bibliography
Encyclopedia ofEarthquakes and Volcanoes, David Ritchie Alexander E. Gates, phd. Facts on File Science Library, 1994, 2001