Bud Dajo

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Bud Dajo (Tausūg: Būd Dahu; ), one of the active volcanos in the Philippines, is located 8.05 aerial km southeast of the town of Jolo, on the Philippine island of Jolo.

It last erupted in 1897.

Physical Features

Elevation: 0.62 km

Base Diameter: 9.5 km

Type of Volcano: Cinder Cone

Crater Lakes/Caldera/Maars: Lake Panamao

Adjacent Volcanic Edifices: Matanding (400 m asl, NE) Guimba (482 m asl, E) and Sungal (518 m asl, SE)

Geological Features

Rock Type: Basalt

Tectonic Setting: Sulu Arc

Volcanic Activity

Number of Historical Eruptions: 2

Year: 1641 and 1897

Eruption Type: phreatic (?)

Current hotsprings

Phivolcs Monitoring Activity

Short-term monitoring (seismic and visuals) surveys were conducted in 1993 and in 1997. No unusual activities were observed within the vicinity of the volcano.


5 degrees 59 mins N, 121 degrees 13 mins E

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See also


Būd Dahu
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