San Félix Volcano | John Seach


Chilean Islands

26.28 S, 80.12 W
summit elevation 193 m
Shield volcano

San Félix Island is located 800 km west of the coast of Chile. The volcano consists of a lava platform and two tuff cones.

Further reading
Haase, K. M., et al. "Sr-Nd-Pb isotope ratios, geochemical compositions, and 40Ar/39Ar data of lavas from San Felix Island (Southeast Pacific): Implications for magma genesis and sources." Terra Nova 12.2 (2000): 90-96.

Willis, B. and Washington, H.S., 1924. San Felix and San Ambrosio: their geology and petrology. Bulletin of the geological society of America, 35(3), pp.365-384.

San Félix Volcano Eruptions

Possible eruptions in the past few hundred years.