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Geology Image Gallery - Ubehebe Crater

View inside Ubehebe Crater

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View inside Ubehebe Crater
Photo by W.R. Jones, NPS

The blasts that created Ubehebe Crater reveal conglomerate layers.

Ubehebe and little Hebe craters

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Ubehebe volcanic field
Photo by Peter Sanchez, NPS

Ubehebe and little Hebe craters.

Thick layers of ash

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Ubehebe volcanic field
Photo by Tom Bean, NPS

Thick layers of ash drape across the countryside near Ubehebe volcanic field.

Ubehebe Crater field.

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Ubehebe volcanic field
Photo by Marli Miller

Over a dozen volcanoes dot the landscape near Ubehebe Crater.


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