|Region:||Philippines and SE Asia|
|Duration of observation:||2007-2011|
|Inferred cause of deformation:||Magmatic|
|Characteristics of deformation:|
Ji et al. (2015) propose that the observed surface deformation pattern is due to a magma-fed dyke. This dyke is modeled to by approximately 54 km long, 1 km wide, dipping 71° to the west and 25 km beneath Hainan Island.
|Reference:||Ji, L., Hu, Y., Wang, Q., Xu, X. and Xu, J., 2015. Large-scale deformation caused by dyke intrusion beneath eastern Hainan Island, China observed using InSAR. Journal of Geodynamics, 88, pp.52-58.|
|Reference:||Global Volcanism Program, 2013. [Hainan Dao (275001)] in Volcanoes of the World, v. 4.5.0. Venzke, E (ed.). Smithsonian Institution. Downloaded 02 Jul 2016 ([http://volcano.si.edu/volcano.cfm?vn=275001]).|