Moyuta Volcano | John Seach



14.03 N, 90.10 W
summit elevation 1662 m

Moyuta Volcano is located in southern Guatemala, about 20 km south of the main volcanic chain. The summit contains three lava dones.

Fumaroles are found on the northern and southern flanks of the volcano, and hot springs are located near Azulco at the NE base.

Further reading
Anderson, A. and Patino, L.C., 2001. The effects of geographic position on mineralogical changes during incipient weathering of arc related lavas from Moyuta Volcano, SE Guatemala. AGUFM2001, pp.ED42A-0168.

Goff, F., Adams, A., Trujillo, P.E., Counce, D., Janik, C., Fahlquist, L., Roldan, A. and Revolorio, M., 1991. A re-evaluation of the Moyuta geothermal system, southern Guatemala (No. LA-UR-91-1831; CONF-911074-1). Los Alamos National Lab., NM (United States).

Moyuta Volcano Eruptions

No recent eruptions.