Tecuamburro Volcano | John Seach



14.156 N, 90.407 W
summit elevation 1845 m

Tecuamburro volcano is located 50 km ESE of Guatemala City. The volcano contains craters, lava cones, and tuff rings.

Geothermal activity is present at the volcano. Fumaroles, hot springs, and boiling mud pots are found in the area around the acidic lake.

Further reading
Duffield, W.A., Heiken, G.H., Wohletz, K.H., Maassen, L.W., Dengo, G., McKee, E.H. and Castañeda, O., 1992. Geology and geothermal potential of the Tecuamburro volcano area, Guatemala. Geothermics21(4), pp.425-446.

Janik, C.J., Goff, F., Fahlquist, L., Adams, A.I., Roldan, M.A., Chipera, S.J., Trujillo, P.E. and Counce, D., 1992. Hydrogeochemical exploration of geothermal prospects in the Tecuamburro volcano region, Guatemala. Geothermics21(4), pp.447-481.

Tecuamburro Volcano Eruptions

960 BC