Viedma Volcano | John Seach



49.35 S, 73.28 W
summit elevation 1300 m
subglacial volcano

Viedma volcano is located in southern Chile. The volcano contains four calderas between 1.5 and 4 km in diameter.

1988 Eruption
The 1988 eruption generated deposits of ash and pumice on the Patagonian
glacier and produced a mud-flow that reached the Viedma Lake.

Further reading
Suárez, Rodrigo J., et al. "The metamorphic rocks of the Nunatak Viedma in the Southern Patagonian Andes: Provenance sources and implications for the early Mesozoic Patagonia-Antarctic Peninsula connection." Journal of South American Earth Sciences 90 (2019): 471-486.

Viedma Volcano Eruptions