Mount Bombalai is a piece of a volcanic field on the Semporna landmass in northeastern Borneo. The well of lava lies in the Tawau Division, Sabah, Malaysia crosswise over Cowie Harbor from the Indonesian region of North Kalimantan, and is the main fountain of liquid magma in the nation. The low volcanic cone is found north of Sebatik Island and has an about 300 expansive cavity ruptured toward the south.
Two youthful magma streams stretch out nearly to the seaside plain. The streams were viewed as more youthful than a magma stream radiocarbon dated at around 27,000 years previously present, and the expulsion of basaltic magmas perhaps proceeded into Holocene time. This denotes the main known zone of conceivable Holocene volcanism on Borneo.
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