What Is A Volcanic Caldera? - WorldAtlas.com
Resurgent Calderas: The Toba Caldera in Sumatra, Indonesia, is an example of a resurgent caldera. Formed by a massive volcanic eruption about 74,000 years ago, the caldera is about 100 kilometers long, 29 kilometers wide, and 508 meters deep.
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