Click Image to EnlargeI just won my second Where on (Google) Earth, yesterday, from Dave Schumaker at Geology News - his first time to win!! - after he posted Mt. Ruapehu, New Zealand for WoGE#157. A second win, a second volcano!!
That means I get to post the #158 edition of this fine game. I think I got lucky: 1) I was online when #157 was posted, 2) for some reason I thought the place looked familiar, although I'm really not sure why, and 3) so I was convinced I could find it! I recognized it as a volcano, and so first looked in all the usual places (the Cascades, for example), and then I wondered... Dave said it was one of his favorite areas; so I looked, and sure enough, he had posted about the volcano back in 2007: I found it first on his website! I think it looked familiar because of the beige silty ash color of the mountain, or maybe it was the crater lake...
To win this game, be the first to find and the first to post the correct latitude and longitude of the above unknown area in the comments, and also describe as much of the geology of the area as you can. I'd be greatly pleased if you could name the closest mountain, which is in the center right above the tiny Image (c) 2009 TerraMetrics lettering. If you win, you get to host the next WoGE on your blog. (Non-blog winners have a chance of hosting right here!)
I am invoking the Schott Rule this time, which means that former winners have to wait exactly one hour per win before posting their answers. Former winners and former locations can be found here. Post time will be 5:00 pm Pacific Standard Time, GMT-8.