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Apastepeque volcano

volcanic field 700? m / 2,297 ft
El Salvador, 13.72°N / -88.77°W
Current status: normal or dormant (1 out of 5) | Reports
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Typical eruption style: effusive and explosive
Apastepeque volcano eruptions: unknown, less than 10,000 years ago
TimeMag. / DepthDistanceLocation
Wed, 16 Jan
Wed, 16 Jan 09:05 UTCM 3.7 / 35 km78 km OFFSHORE EL SALVADOR
Sat, 12 Jan
Sat, 12 Jan 13:20 UTCM 4.3 / 48 km77 km OFFSHORE EL SALVADOR
Sun, 6 Jan
Sun, 6 Jan 15:31 UTCM 3.9 / 31 km75 km OFFSHORE EL SALVADOR
Sat, 5 Jan
Sat, 5 Jan 11:19 UTCM 4.5 / 71 km62 km OFFSHORE EL SALVADOR
Mon, 31 Dec
Mon, 31 Dec 22:30 UTCM 4.0 / 38 km78 km OFFSHORE EL SALVADOR
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Apastepeque volcano is a young volcanic field 8 km north of San Vicente town in central El Salvador. The Volcanic features contains about 24 closely spaced cinder cones, lava flows, lava domes, and maars. The latter are now filled by lakes, such as Laguna de Apastepeque and Laguna Chalchuapán.

Background:

The older vents in the volcanic field erupted andesitic-to-dacitic lava domes, sometimes following dacitic pumice eruptions. The younger vents formed basaltic cinder cones and phreatic and phreatomagmatic explosions left up to 100 m deep maars.


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