RFPG calls for development of a volcanoes tour around the Rubicon

26 May 2016

The Rubicon State Forest sits on top of the remnants of a super-volcano whose eruptions were some of the biggest ever to occur on Earth. The volcano, the Cerberean Caldera, was active around 365 million years ago in the Devonian geological era. The original rim of the Cerberean Caldera was almost a circle about 27 km in diameter.  The Rubicon Forest Protection Group is pushing for concerted action to build tourism in the region based on this unique geological past.  Read more at Geologies.