Jebel Bayda (White Mountain)
by Luigi Vigliotti, CNR ISMAR, Bologna, Italy
This is an aerial view of the Jebel Bayda, a white volcano made by silica-rich lava (comendite) in the Khaybar area. The flank of the volcano is shaped by the rain occurring in the region during the first half of the Holocene.
Taken on 26
Submitted on 06 February 2018
Credit: Luigi Vigliotti (distributed via imaggeo.egu.eu)
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