Volcano Krainy 2. Facts
Name: Krainy 2
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Region: Kamchatka Peninsula
Volcanic Area: Eastern Kamchatka
Coordinates: 53°57'9" N 159°19'55" E
Absolute Elevation: 1199 m
Edifice Volume: 20 km3
Status: Extinct
Location: In the interfluve of the Kornevaya and Pravaya Kedrovaya rivers
Type: Stratovolcano
Composition: andesite-basalts, basalts
Last known eruption: Undated
Description
Krainy Volcano is a central-type volcanic edifice, the eastern part of which is torn off by a caldera-forming discharge. The volcano is relatively well preserved due to the powerful lava flows covering it. The edifice of the volcano is poorly eroded. This is a lava volcano, composed mainly of andesite-basalts (visible power of 100-200 m), except for the basalt flows overlapping the southeastern slope of the volcano. Volcanogenic-sedimentary deposits of the Upper Pliocene that were discovered in the lower reaches of the Pravaya Kedrovaya River serve as a pedestal. Samples of lava from the tip of the volcano show stable inverse magnetization.

References
Вулканический центр: строение, динамика, вещество (Карымская структура) / Отв. ред. Масуренков Ю.П. М.: Наука. 1980. 300 с.