Browse images and videos on Instagram. Find out Most Popular Hashtags and Users.Picgra
  1. Homepage
  2. longvalleycaldera

#longvalleycaldera hashtag

Posts attached with hashtag: #longvalleycaldera



Total 11 hours drive back and forth (290miles each way) but only stayed at this place for 4 hours. I don't mind driving far going here because is one of my favorite road to drive #longvalleycaldera


EarthSciPlymUni (@earthsciplymuni) Instagram Profile Photoearthsciplymuni


Busy weekend on the ! First off - Discovering the of the . Then snow prevented us getting to sites around but we were able to see and in the snow! #longvalleycaldera


Anisha Tyagi (@la_geophysicist) Instagram Profile Photola_geophysicist

Anisha Tyagi

Mono Lake ReportShareDownload262

Mono Lake, CA 😍😍😍 so beautiful! I took this pic last March during a field trip for my Volcanology class! 🌋 ••• Mono Lake is the saline remnant of a much larger Pleistocene fresh-water lake known as Lake Russell. The water is currently about twice the salinity of ocean water! In the middle of Mono Lake are two islands, Negit and Paoha, where the most recent volcanic eruption in the area occurred about 300 years ago. Negit and Paoha were formed by volcanic activity. Ground deformation (uplift and subsidence) occurs within the caldera and is monitored by the California Volcano Observatory. All of the darker colored volcanic materials on the islands are dacitic and rhyolitic (high silica) lava domes and flows that range in age from about 2000 to about 300 years ago (USGS). ••• Swipe left to see my friend and I laughing about sleeping in the Jeep! It was super cold out there, but so beautiful! 🌋⛰🌲⚒😊🌍💪🏽✨ ••• #longvalleycaldera

Pascal Shirley (@pascalshirley) Instagram Profile Photopascalshirley

Pascal Shirley

Sailor and @graceconverse in the center of the Caldera. #longvalleycaldera

Hear the Battlecry! (@hearing_the_battlecry) Instagram Profile Photohearing_the_battlecry

Hear the Battlecry!


Follow👉 @sabbath_is_not_sat_or_sun - “California’s next ‘big one’ may not be an earthquake. According to a new study from the U.S. Geological Survey, a future is not only inevitable, hundreds of thousands of people are in harm’s way. The 50-page report, California’s Exposure to Volcanic Hazards, released Monday, assigns threat levels to eight volcanoes in California — moderate, high, and very high. Most of them are located in the northern and central part of the state. READ: California’s Exposure to Volcanic Hazards Researchers say nearly 200,000 people live, work or pass through California’s volcanic zones on a daily basis, and there’s a 16 percent probability of an eruption in the next 30 years.” #longvalleycaldera

4 Corners Photo (@4_cornersphoto) Instagram Profile Photo4_cornersphoto

4 Corners Photo

 Instagram Image by 4 Corners Photo (@4_cornersphoto) with caption : "Rabbit Tracks and Snow, Mono County, CA

Snow begins to fall on a set of rabbit tracks leading through the sagebrush tow" at U.S. Forest Service - Inyo National Forest - 1989426580201302706

Rabbit Tracks and Snow, Mono County, CA Snow begins to fall on a set of rabbit tracks leading through the sagebrush toward the Sierra Nevada in Mono County, California. #longvalleycaldera