|Region:||Africa and Red Sea|
|Measurement method(s):||GPS - campaign|
|Duration of observation:||1999, 2000 & 2001.|
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Mt. Kilimanjaro has been occupied by 11 or more GPS stations for the purpose of observing the stratovolcanoes glaciers (Thompson et al., 2002) or height determination. There have been no published results on deformation. The last known eruption at this volcano is unknown.
|Reference:||Thompson, Lonnie G., Ellen Mosley-Thompson, Mary E. Davis, Keith A. Henderson, Henry H. Brecher, Victor S. Zagorodnov, Tracy A. Mashiotta et al. "Kilimanjaro ice core records: evidence of Holocene climate change in tropical Africa." Science 298, no. 5593 (2002): 589-593.|
|Reference:||Smithsonian Institution Global Volcanism Program |
|Reference:||Photo by National Aeronautical and Space Administration (NASA), 1984.|
An Aerial photograph of Kilimanjaro, a collection of three overlapping stratovolcanoes. Icecaps can be seen on its highest summit.