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South Sister Volcanic Peak, Oregon: 6&quot;x6&quot; 3d printed

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South Sister Volcanic Peak, Oregon: 6"x6" 3d printed
South Sister Volcanic Peak, Oregon: 6"x6" 3d printed

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South Sister Volcanic Peak, Oregon: 6"x6" 3d printed
South Sister Volcanic Peak, Oregon: 6"x6" 3d printed

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South Sister Volcanic Peak, Oregon: 6"x6" 3d printed
South Sister Volcanic Peak, Oregon: 6"x6" 3d printed

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South Sister Volcanic Peak, Oregon: 6"x6" 3d printed
South Sister Volcanic Peak, Oregon: 6"x6" 3d printed

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South Sister Volcanic Peak, Oregon: 6"x6" 3d printed
South Sister Volcanic Peak, Oregon: 6"x6" 3d printed

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South Sister Volcanic Peak, Oregon: 6"x6" 3d printed
South Sister Volcanic Peak, Oregon: 6"x6" 3d printed

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South Sister Volcanic Peak, Oregon: 6"x6"

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South Sister, also known as "Charity", is the tallest volcano of the trio, standing at 10,363 feet (3,159 m).[1] The eruptive products range from basaltic andesite to rhyolite and rhyodacite.[48][56] It is a predominantly rhyolitic stratovolcano overlying an older shield structure.[44][57] Its modern structure is no more than 50,000 years old,[44][58] and it last erupted about 2,000 years ago.[8] Although its first eruptive events from 50,000 to 30,000 years ago were predominantly rhyolitic, between 38,000 and 32,000 years ago the volcano began to alternate between dacitic/rhyodacitic and rhyolitic eruptions. The volcano built a broad andesitic cone, forming a steep summit cone of andesite about 27,000 years ago. South Sister remained dormant for 15,000 years, after which its composition shifted from dacitic to more rhyolitic lava.[52] An eruptive episode about 2,200 years ago, termed the Rock Mesa eruptive cycle, first spread volcanic ash from flank vents from the south and southwest flanks, followed by a thick rhyolite lava flow. Next, the Devils Hill eruptive cycle consisted of explosive ash eruptions followed by viscous rhyolitic lava flows.[52] Unlike the previous eruptive period, it was caused by the intrusion of a dike of new silicic magma that erupted from 20 vents on the southeast side and from a smaller line on the north side.[59] These eruptions generated pyroclastic flows and lava domes from vents on the northern, southern, eastern, and southeastern sides of the volcano.[60] These relatively recent, postglacial eruptions suggest the presence of a silicic magma reservoir under South Sister, one that could perhaps lead to future eruptions.
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The model is created at a scale of 1:50,000 with 1.5x vertical exaggeration.  It features a built-in base, so it sits perfectly on a desk or in a frame.

Model Data Sources:  US Department of Agriculture (Imagery), US Geological Survey (Elevation)
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