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Public-images-osm logo.svg natural = volcano
Colima volcano aero colors adjusted.JPG
Description
An opening exposed on the earth's surface where volcanic material is emitted.
Rendering
Volcano-8.svg
Group: Natural
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysshould not be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Useful combination
See also
Wikidata
Wikidata-logo.svgQ8072
Status: ApprovedPage for proposal

A Wikipedia-16px.png volcano is an opening exposed on the earth's surface where volcanic material is emitted. All volcanoes contain a central vent underlying the summit crater of the volcano. Some volcanos may have more than one vent, fissures and fumeroles.

How to Map

Add the natural=volcano as a node Node. Place it as close to the centre of the main crater/caldera/vent as you can.

Name the volcano using name=* on the node.

Tags to use in combination

These are the three main types. Further information in Wikipedia-16px.png Volcano on Wikipedia
  • ele=* - Height of a volcano in meters in relation to the sea level

Relation to natural=peak

Note although many volcanoes are mountains and in many maps natural=volcano and natural=peak are rendered in a similar way the location of the main volcanic vent/crater is generally not identical to the highest peak so natural=volcano does not necessarily imply a mountain peak.

Crater rim

The crater rim can be tagged using

natural=crater has been used to map crater and bomb crater rims, areas or impact sites but has never been defined, use is discouraged until there is some definition.

Example

natural=volcano
name=Anak Krakatau
alt_name=Krakatoa
volcano:type=stratovolcano
volcano:status=active
ele=200

Related tags

See Also