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Active and Inactive Volcanoes in Visayas

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Active and Inactive Volcanoes in Visayas
Inactive Volcanoes In Visayas
Cabalian Volcano
is an active volcano located in the province of Southern Leyte (Region VIII) in the Philippines.

Cabalian is classified by the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) as active with solfataric activity.

The stratovolcano has an elevation of 945 metres (3,100 ft) with a base diameter of 8.5 kilometres (5.3 mi). The predominant rock type is andesite.



Mahagnao Volcano
(also known as Kasiboi or Casiboi Volcano) is a dormant volcano located in the municipalities of Burauen and La Paz in the province of Leyte, Philippines.

The summit of the volcano is a steep-walled heavily forested crater that opens to the south with a peak elevation of 860 metres (2,820 ft). Located on the volcano flanks are fumaroles and mudpots.





Cancajanag
is located within the municipal boundary of Dagami in the province of Leyte, on the island of Leyte, Region VIII, of the Philippines.

Cancajanag is classified by Philippine volcanologists as a potentially active dome complex volcano with an elevation of 900 meters and a base diameter of 4 kilometres.



Mount Talinis
, also known as the Cuernos de Negros (Horns of Negros), is a complex volcano in the Philippine province of Negros Oriental. At about 1,903 metres (6,243 ft) above sea level. The volcano is located 9 km (5.6 mi) southwest of the municipality of Valencia; and 20 km (12 mi) from Dumaguete City, the capital of the province.

Cuernos de Negros is classified by the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology as a potentially active volcano forming part of the Negros Volcanic Belt. Andesite and basalt are the most abundant rocks found on the mountain.








Mandalagan
Mandalagan
is located at latitude 10.65° North (10°39'0"N), longitude 123.25° East (123°15'0"E), in the province of Negros Occidental, on the north of the island of Negros, Region VI, of the Philippines.

Elevation is 1885 metres (6,184 feet), with a base diameter of 26 kilometres.

Mandalagan is a deeply dissected complex volcano, with a highly altered volcanic dome.



Silay volcano, is a stratovolcano and potentially active volcano on Negros Island, in the Visayas Region of the central Philippines.








Cabalian Volcano
Cancajanag
Mount Talinis
Mahagnao Volcano
Active Volcanoes in Visayas
Group 3
Silay Volcano
Cabalian Volcano
Mahagnao Volcano
Mount Talinis
Mandalagan
Silay Volcano
Mount Abunug -In Southern Leyte Visayas with an elevation of 600.
Mount Abuyug -In Leyte Visayas with an elevation of 197.
Mount Alto -In Leyte Visayas with an elevation of 135.
Mount Aquiting -In Leyte Visayas with an elevation of 523.
Mount Ascuero -In Leyte Visayas with an elevation of 1266.
Banton Island -In Romblon Visayas with an elevation of 596.
Mount Baonao -In Leyte Visayas with an elevation of 485.
Mount Bontes -In Negros Oriental Visayas
Mount Camalobagoan -In Leyte Visayas with an elevation of 1048.
Mount Canandag -In Leyte Visayas with an elevation of 432.
Mount Cantoloc -In Leyte Visayas with an elevation of 820.
Mount Capinyayan -In Biliran Visayas with an elevation of 980.
Mount Cantoloc -In Leyte Visayas with an elevation of 820.
Mount Capinyayan -In Biliran Visayas with an elevation of 980.
Carlota Island -In Romblon Visayas with an elevation of 49.
Mount Catmon -In Cebu Visayas with an elevation of 1624.
Mount Costa Rica -In Leyte Visayas with an elevation of 394.
Lake Danao (Leyte) -In Leyte Visayas with an elevation of 700.
Mount Dumali -In Mindoro Oriental Visayas with an elevation of 756.
Mount Gayad -In Leyte Visayas with an elevation of 618.
Mount Giron -In Biliran Visayas
Mount Guiauasan -In Biliran Visayas with an elevation of 1600.
Mount Gunansan -In Biliran Visayas with an elevation of 1045.
Isabel Island -In Romblon Visayas with an elevation of 72.
Mount Janagdan -In Leyte Visayas with an elevation of 1200.
Mount Kasibor -In Leyte Visayas with an elevation of 845.
Kirikite Island -In Leyte Visayas with an elevation of 202.
Kanlaon Volcano, also spelled as Kanla-on or Canlaon, is an active volcano on Negros island in central Philippines. The stratovolcano straddles the provinces of Negros Occidental and Negros Oriental.

The volcano is a favorite spot for mountain climbers and is the centerpiece of Mt. Kanlaon Natural Park, a national park originally established on August 8, 1934.
Mount Kanlaon
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