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List of volcanoes in Pakistan

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This is a list of active and extinct volcanoes in Pakistan. Most of these are mud volcanoes, rather than the conventional magmatic type.

Koh-i-Sultan (Extinct magmatic) - - - -
Malan Island (Mud volcano) - - - -
Jebel e Ghurab (Mud volcano) - - - -
Chandragup (Mud volcano) - - - -
Hingol (Mud volcano) - - - -
Tor Zawar (Fissure vent) - - - 2010
Gwadar New Small Island (Mud volcano)[1] - - - 2013

References

  1. ^ "Pakistan quake island off Gwadar 'emits flammable gas' - BBC News". Retrieved 2015-07-28.
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