Mga bulkan sa Pilipinas

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Ang Talaan ng mga bulkan sa Pilipinas ay tumutukoy sa mga bulkan na nasa bansang Pilipinas. Ang Kapuluan ng Pilipinas ay mayroong 56 na mga bulkan, at 18 sa mga ito ang buhay at masigla. Ang pinakaaktibo sa mga bulkang ito ay ang Bulkang Mayon.[1] Nagsisilbi rin ang pagtalakay na ito bilang isang tala ng mga bulkan na nasa buong Kapuluan ng Pilipinas, masigla man o hindi ang bulkan.

Talaan ng mga aktibong bulkan sa Pilipinas[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Name Elevation (ASL)[2] Coordinates Province(s)[2] Eruptions[2]
m ft Description and current status
Ambalatungan Group 2,329 7,641 17°18′40″N 121°06′13″E / 17.310982°N 121.103668°E / 17.310982; 121.103668 (Ambalatungan Group) Kalinga 0 Explosions in 1952 is uncertain.[3] Fumarolic with solfataras and thermal springs.
Babuyan Claro 843 2,766 19°31′23″N 121°56′24″E / 19.523°N 121.940°E / 19.523; 121.940 (Babuyan Claro) Cagayan 3 Eruptions were recorded in 1831, 1860 and 1913. Askedna Hot Springs is in the southern base of the volcano.
Banahaw 2,169 7,116 14°04′N 121°29′E / 14.07°N 121.48°E / 14.07; 121.48 (Banahaw) Laguna, Quezon 4 Eruptions were uncertain during the mudflows of 1730, 1743, 1843 and 1909.[4]
Biliran 1,340 4,400 11°33′29″N 124°30′47″E / 11.558°N 124.513°E / 11.558; 124.513 (Biliran) Biliran 1 Phreatic eruption in 1939. Fumarolic with thermal springs
Bulusan 1,565 5,135 12°46′12″N 124°03′00″E / 12.770°N 124.05°E / 12.770; 124.05 (Bulusan) Sorsogon 17 Eruptions years are from 1886 to 2011. Permanently monitored
Cabalian[2] 945 3,100 10°17′13.2″N 125°13.25′0″E / 10.287000°N 125.22083°E / 10.287000; 125.22083 (Cabalian) Southern Leyte 1 Radiocarbon dating on a pyroclastic flow deposit from the volcano estimated that the last eruption was in 1820
Cagua 1,160 3,810 18°13′19″N 122°07′23″E / 18.222°N 122.123°E / 18.222; 122.123 (Cagua) Cagayan 1 Eruption in 1860 and strong solfataric activity in 1907. Thermal areas are near the summit and NW to NNE flanks.
Camiguin de Babuyanes 712 2,336 18°49′48″N 121°51′36″E / 18.83°N 121.860°E / 18.83; 121.860 (Camiguin de Babuyanes) Cagayan 1 Its only recorded eruption was in 1857. Fumarolic with thermal springs
Didicas 843 2,766 19°04′37″N 122°12′07″E / 19.077°N 122.202°E / 19.077; 122.202 (Didicas) Cagayan 6 Eruptions in 1773, 1856, 1900, 1952, 1969 and 1978. A submarine volcano till 1952 when a permanent island was formed.[5]
Hibok‑Hibok 1,332 4,370 9°12′11″N 124°40′23″E / 9.203°N 124.673°E / 9.203; 124.673 (Hibok-Hibok) Camiguin 5 Eruption in years 1827, 1862, 1871 and 1948–1952. Activity from 1897–1902 was only solfataric. Permanently monitored.
Iraya 1,009 3,310 20°28′08″N 122°00′36″E / 20.469°N 122.010°E / 20.469; 122.010 (Iraya) Batanes 1 Last eruption was in 1454. Seismic swarm in 1998.
Iriga 1,143 3,750 13°27′25″N 123°27′25″E / 13.457°N 123.457°E / 13.457; 123.457 (Iriga) Camarines Sur 0 The eruption in 1628 was discredited.[6]
Jolo Group 620 2,030 6°00′47″N 121°03′25″E / 6.013°N 121.057°E / 6.013; 121.057 (Jolo Group) Sulu 0 Uncertain submarine eruption in 1897. Listed as Bud Dajo, a cinder cone on Jolo Island, in the PHIVOLCS list.
Kanlaon 2,435 7,989 10°24′43″N 123°07′55″E / 10.412°N 123.132°E / 10.412; 123.132 (Kanla-on) Negros Occidental, Negros Oriental 26 Eruptions were recorded from 1886 to 2006. On November 23, 2015 the volcano had a small, steam-driven explosion. PHIVOLCS raised the alert level to 1 (mild restiveness). Permanently monitored.
Leonard Kniaseff 200 660 7°22′55″N 126°02′49″E / 7.382°N 126.047°E / 7.382; 126.047 (Leonard Kniaseff) Davao de Oro 0 Last eruption was dated as c.120 AD.[7] Strong thermal features.
Makaturing 1,940 6,360 7°38′49″N 124°19′12″E / 7.647°N 124.32°E / 7.647; 124.32 (Makaturing) Lanao del Sur 2 Eruption recorded in 1865 and 1882. The 1856 and 1858 eruptions was credited to Ragang[8][9]
Matutum 2,286 7,500 6°22′N 125°04′E / 6.37°N 125.07°E / 6.37; 125.07 (Matutum) South Cotabato 0 Mountain was fumarolic on March 7, 1911, but if an eruption occurred was uncertain. Thermal springs in Akmoan and Linan.[10][11]
Mayon 2,460 8,070 13°15′25″N 123°41′06″E / 13.257°N 123.685°E / 13.257; 123.685 (Mayon) Albay 50 Eruptions were recorded from 1616 to 2013. Permanently monitored. Most recent major volcanic activity occurred in 2020 (ongoing).
Musuan 646 2,119 7°52′37″N 125°04′05″E / 7.877°N 125.068°E / 7.877; 125.068 (Musuan) Bukidnon 2 Eruptions in 1866 & 1867. Strong seismic swarm in 1976.
Parker 1,784 5,853 6°06′47″N 124°53′31″E / 6.113°N 124.892°E / 6.113; 124.892 (Mount Parker) South Cotabato 1 A caldera-forming eruption occurred on January 4, 1641.
Pinatubo 1,445 4,741 15°08′N 120°21′E / 15.13°N 120.35°E / 15.13; 120.35 (Pinatubo) Zambales, Tarlac, Pampanga 3 Reawakened in 1991, producing the 2nd largest eruption in the 20th century. Followed by milder eruptions in 1992 and 1993.
Ragang 2,815 9,236 7°42′N 124°30′E / 7.70°N 124.50°E / 7.70; 124.50 (Ragang) Lanao del Sur, Cotabato 7 Eruption years are from 1765 to 1873. Eruptions were uncertain in 1915 and 1916.
San Pablo Volcanic Field 1,090 3,580 14°07′N 121°18′E / 14.12°N 121.30°E / 14.12; 121.30 (San Pablo Volcanic Field) Laguna, Batangas 0 Last activity was the formation of Sampaloc Lake around 1350 AD +/- 100 years determined by anthropology[12][13]
Smith 688 2,257 19°32′02″N 121°55′01″E / 19.534°N 121.917°E / 19.534; 121.917 (Smith) Cagayan 6 Eruption years are from 1652 to 1924. Combined with Babuyan Claro on the GVP list.
Taal 311 1,020 14°00′07″N 120°59′35″E / 14.002°N 120.993°E / 14.002; 120.993 (Taal) Batangas 35 Previous eruption years are from 1572 to 1977. Last erupted on January 2020. Permanently monitored.
Unnamed volcano
(Ibugos)
−24 −79 20°20′N 121°45′E / 20.33°N 121.75°E / 20.33; 121.75 (Unnamed volcano (Ibugos)) Batanes 3 Submarine eruptions in 1773, 1850, and 1854.

Talaan ng mga kilalang aktibong bulkan sa bansa[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Kabilang sa mga bulkan ng Pilipinas ang sumusunod:

Galeriya[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]


Mga sanggunian[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Peplow, Evelyn. "Volcanoes," THE PHILIPPINES Tropical Paradise, Passport Books, 1991, pp. 43, 44, 181, 193, 196, 226, 264 at 266.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Maling banggit (Hindi tamang <ref> tag; walang binigay na teksto para sa refs na may pangalang phivolcs); $2
  3. "Eruption History, Ambalatungan Group". Global Volcanism Program. Retrieved on August 18, 2011.
  4. "Banahaw Eruption History". Global Volcanism Program. Retrieved on August 18, 2011.
  5. "Didicas Eruption History". Global Volcanism Program. Retrieved on August 18, 2011.
  6. "Iriga Eruption History". Global Volcanism Program. Retrieved on August 18, 2011.
  7. "Leonard Range Eruption History". Global Volcanism Program. Retrieved on August 18, 2011.
  8. "Makaturing Eruption History". Global Volcanism Program. Retrieved on August 18, 2011.
  9. "Makaturing". Global Volcanism Program. Retrieved on August 18, 2011.
  10. "Matutum". Global Volcanism Program. Retrieved on August 18, 2011.
  11. "Matutum Eruption History". Global Volcanism Program. Retrieved on August 18, 2011.
  12. Maling banggit (Hindi tamang <ref> tag; walang binigay na teksto para sa refs na may pangalang criteria); $2
  13. "San Pablo Volcanic Field Eruption History". Global Volcanism Program. Retrieved on August 18, 2011.


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