Corvo Volcano | John Seach



39.70 N, 31.11 W
summit elevation 718 m

Corvo Volcano is located on Corvo Island at NW end of the Azores archipelago. A 2 km wide caldera is located on the north side of the island.

Corvo and its neighbor to the south, Flores, are the only two Azorean volcanoes located west of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.

Further reading
Genske, Felix S., et al. "The petrology and geochemistry of lavas from the western Azores islands of Flores and Corvo." Journal of Petrology 53.8 (2012): 1673-1708.

França, Zilda, et al. "Geochemistry of alkaline basalts of Corvo Island (Azores, Portugal): preliminary data." (2006).

Corvo Volcano Eruptions

No recent eruptions.