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INGEOMINAS press release about the new monitoring station for San Diego
Tuesday, Jul 09, 2013
On 5 July 2013, Colombian scientists from INGEOMINAS have installed a first seismic monitoring station in order to find out whether San Diego volcano is potentially still active or not. [more]

San Diego volcano

caldera approx 1100 m
Colombia, 5.66°N / -74.94°W
Current status: (probably) extinct (0 out of 5)
Last update: 24 Jul 2013 (unknown)
Typical eruption style: explosive
San Diego volcano eruptions: unknown No recent earthquakes
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San Diego volcano consists of a lake filled caldera (Laguna San Diego) and a stratovolcano Morro de San Diego constructed at the NE margin of the caldera. It is currently not known whether this volcanic system is still to be considered active, and should be included in the GVP's global database of active volcanoes.

Note: A volcano with the same name exists in El Salvador.


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