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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park covers the summit and the southeastern flank of the volcano, and also incorporates Kīlauea, a separate volcano.Mauna Loa is the second youngest of the five volcanoes on the island, making it the third youngest volcano in the Hawaiian – Emperor seamount chain, a chain of shield volcanoes and seamounts extending from Hawaii to the Kuril–Kamchatka Trench in Russia.I have been hiv for 10 years and undetectable for 7 years. I believe in treating people the same way you want to be treated. Wanna try my 8 inch dick or/and my a hot, tight hole? I spend my time trying to LEARN as much as I can....(in addition to PORN J/O Sessions)I'm a lean, masculine versitile cumpig who loves bareback sex, uncut dick, cum, Latinos & masculine guys. Hi, I'm Carl Cocktail Mature, masculine, discreet, bicurious~versatile/bottom, wellendowed, nudist; on a meatless diet... Information may be time sensitive and become out-dated or obsolete.We strive to keep all the information on this site current, updated and accurate, however we are not responsible for any errors, misprints, mistakes, missing information, misunderstandings, misconceptions, misinterpretations, incorrect and/or out-dated information.) is one of five volcanoes that form the Island of Hawaii in the U. It is an active shield volcano with relatively gentle slopes, with a volume estimated at approximately 18,000 cubic miles (75,000 km although its peak is about 120 feet (37 m) lower than that of its neighbor, Mauna Kea. The largest subaerial volcano in both mass and volume, Mauna Loa has historically been considered the largest volcano on Earth, dwarfed only by Tamu Massif.
Information throughout this Website is subject to change without notice.The oldest-known dated rocks are not older than 200,000 years.The volcano's magma comes from the Hawaii hotspot, which has been responsible for the creation of the Hawaiian island chain over tens of millions of years.In addition, much of the mountain is invisible even underwater: its mass depresses the crust beneath it by another 8 km (5 mi), in the shape of an inverse mountain, Mauna Loa is a typical shield volcano in form, taking the shape of a long, broad dome extending down to the ocean floor whose slopes are about 12° at their steepest, a consequence of its extremely fluid lava.The shield-stage lavas that built the enormous main mass of the mountain are tholeiitic basalts, like those of Mauna Kea, created through the mixing of primary magma and subducted oceanic crust.