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The Kaikohe-Bay of Islands volcanic field is in the Northland Region of New Zealand. Eruptions have occurred over the last 10 million years. All the cones older than 2 million years have eroded away, leaving plateaus from Ōkaihau to Kerikeri and north to Whangaroa. In the southern part of the field, around 12 small basaltic scoria cones, and a rhyolite dome erupted in the last 500,000 years around Kaikohe. The field is considered dormant, rather than extinct.

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  • The Kaikohe-Bay of Islands volcanic field is in the Northland Region of New Zealand. Eruptions have occurred over the last 10 million years. All the cones older than 2 million years have eroded away, leaving plateaus from Ōkaihau to Kerikeri and north to Whangaroa. In the southern part of the field, around 12 small basaltic scoria cones, and a rhyolite dome erupted in the last 500,000 years around Kaikohe. The field is considered dormant, rather than extinct.
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  • The Kaikohe-Bay of Islands volcanic field is in the Northland Region of New Zealand. Eruptions have occurred over the last 10 million years. All the cones older than 2 million years have eroded away, leaving plateaus from Ōkaihau to Kerikeri and north to Whangaroa. In the southern part of the field, around 12 small basaltic scoria cones, and a rhyolite dome erupted in the last 500,000 years around Kaikohe. The field is considered dormant, rather than extinct.
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  • Te Ahuahu, looking from Waimate North
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