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Photograph of Mount Hood by Kyle Jones, August 1989.
View of the south side of Mount Hood. The dashed line outlines the fan of pyroclastic flow deposits and mudflows that formed about 1,500-1,800 years ago. The remnant of a dome that erupted about 200-300 years ago is in the center of Mount Hood's crater (arrow). From Crandell (1980).
Crater Rock (arrow), the remnant of a dome that erupted about 200-300 years ago, rises 560 feet (170 m) above the crater of Mount Hood. Figure 17 from Crandell (1980).
Additional information about Mount Hood is presented on the Cascade Volcano Observatory homepage of the U.S. Geological Survey.
Sources of Information:
Crandell, D.R., 1980, Recent eruptive history of Mount Hood, Oregon, and potential hazards from future eruptions: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1492, 81 p.
Wood, C.A., and Kienle, J., 1993, Volcanoes of North America: Cambridge University Press, New York, 354 p.
The Danger of Collapsing Lava Domes: Lessons for Mount Hood, Oregon by Steven Brantley and William Scott, Earthquakes & Volcanoes, 1993, v. 24, no. 6, p. 244-269.