Cerro Bayo Volcano | John Seach



25.42 S, 68.58 W
summit elevation 5401 m
Complex volcano

Cerro Bayo Volcano is located in northern Chile/Argentina border. The border crosses the summit crater. The 400 m wide crater has been the source of two 4 km long lava flows to the north and north west.

Further reading
Burchardt, Steffi, et al. "Progressive growth of the Cerro Bayo cryptodome, Chachahuén volcano, Argentina—Implications for viscous magma emplacement." Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 124.8 (2019): 7934-7961.

Poblete, Jaime A., et al. "The Cerro Bayo District, Chilean Patagonia: Late Jurassic to Cretaceous Magmatism and Protracted History of Epithermal Ag-Au Mineralization." Economic Geology 109.2 (2014): 487-502.

Cerro Bayo Volcano Eruptions

No recent eruptions.