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Zuidwal volcano

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Vulcano
Location type: Vulcano
Location address: Nederland, Friesland
Number of texts: 1
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The Zuidwal volcano is an extinct volcano in the Netherlands at more than 2 km (6,600 ft) below ground under the Wadden Sea, between Harlingen and Vlieland, just south west of the island Griend. The volcano was last active during the late Jurassic, (about 160 - 148 Ma ago) and has since been covered by about 2,000 metres (6,600 ft) of sedimentary rock, most of it shale and sandstone from the Cretaceous.

Linked characteristics: Peculiar, Did you know...
Linked themes: Geology, Geography

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