Cordón del Azufre Volcano | John Seach



25.33 S, 68.52 W
summit elevation 5463 m
Complex volcano

Note: there is a volcano with a similar name - "Cerro del Azufre"  in Northern Chile.

Cordón del Azufre Volcano is located on the Argentina/Chile border. The volcano consists of a chain of vents and a 6 km long lava flow from Volcán la Moyra.

Further reading
Mcfarlin, Heather L., et al. "Receiver Function Analyses of Uturuncu Volcano, Bolivia and Lastarria/Cordon Del Azufre Volcanoes, Chile." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts. Vol. 2014. 2014.

Froger, J-L., et al. "Two scales of inflation at Lastarria-Cordon del Azufre volcanic complex, central Andes, revealed from ASAR-ENVISAT interferometric data." Earth and Planetary Science Letters 255.1-2 (2007): 148-163.

Cordón del Azufre Volcano Eruptions

No recent eruptions.