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Death Valley National Park
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View inside Ubehebe Crater

View inside Ubehebe Crater

Photo by W.R. Jones, NPS.

The blasts that created Ubehebe Crater reaveal conglomerate layers.

Ubehebe and little Hebe craters

Ubehebe volcanic field

Photo by Peter Sanchez, NPS.

Ubehebe and Littie Hebe Craters.

Thick layers of ash

Ubehebe volcanic field

Photo by Tom Bean, NPS.

Thick layers of ash drape across the countryside near Ubehebe volcanic field.

Ubehebe Crater field.

Ubehebe volcanic field

Photo by Marli Miller.

Over a dozen volcanes dot the landscape near Ubehebe Crater.

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