Mount Rainier Ground-Based Volcanic Hazards

map of Mount Rainier area showing hazards as different colors

Detailed Description

Simplified map of ground-based volcanic hazards from an eruption of the most threatening volcano in Cascadia: Mount Rainier, Washington. Lahars triggered by edifice collapse or magma melting snow and ice pose greater risks to communities than from an eruption itself (simplified from Hoblitt and others, 1998).


Image Dimensions: 1200 x 812

Location Taken: Mount Rainier, WA, US