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Pocdol Mountains Location of Pocdol mountains in the Philippines Location Coordinates 13°03′00″N 123°57′29″E / 13.05°N 123.958°E / 13.05; 123.958Coordinates: 13°03′00″N 123°57′29″E / 13.05°N 123.958°E / 13.05; 123.958 The Pocdol Mountains are a volcanic group of stratovolcanos in the Philippines. The range is also known as the Bacon-Manito Volcanic Group. Contents 1 Location 2 Physical features 3 Eruptions 4 Geology 5 Listings 6 External links 7 See also 8 References Location The Pocdol Mountains form part of the boundary between the provinces of Albay and Sorsogon, in Region V, on the island of Luzon, in the Philippines. The group is located south-east of Mayon volcano, between Albay Gulf and Saragon Bay, at latitude 13.05°N (13°3'0"N), longitude 123.958°E (123°57'30"E). Physical features The Pocdol Mountains have a triangular footprint of about 225 square kilometres (87 sq mi). The highest point is reported as 1102 metres (3,615 ft) above sea level. A fumarole field that contains sulfataras and chloride hot springs, is reported to be located near the summit of the volcanic group. The group is described by the Smithsonian Institution's Global Volcanism Program as fumarolic. Eruptions There are no reports of eruptions. Geology Several Pleistocene K-Ar dates have been obtained from the volcanic complex. Most igneous rocks in the Pocdol Mountains consist of pyroxene andesites with minor amounts of dacite and basalts. The area is traversed by the San Vicente-Linao Fault, a splay of the Philippine Fault. Volcanic cones in the western part of the complex are dissected, but those in the eastern part are morphologically youthful. The volcanic area is the host of various geothermal systems collectively called the Bacon-Manito geothermal field. Listings The Global Volcanism Program lists the Pocdol Mountains as Fumarolic. Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) lists Pocdol Mountains as Inactive. External links Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) List of Inactive Volcanoes "Pocdol Mountains". Global Volcanism Program, Smithsonian Institution. http://www.volcano.si.edu/world/volcano.cfm?vnum=0703-02=.  See also Active volcanos in the Philippines Potentially active volcanos in the Philippines Inactive volcanos in the Philippines Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology Volcano Pacific ring of fire Volcanic group References