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Ciomadul volcano

Lava dome(s) 1289 m / 4229 ft
Romania, 46.13°N / 25.88°E
Current status: (probablemente) extinto (0 out of 5) | Reports
Ciomadul volcano books
Last update: 22 Feb 2020
Typical eruption style: efusivos y explosivos
Erupciones del volcán Ciomadul: between 32,600 and 27,500 years ago No hay terremotos recientes
Fecha / HoraRevista / ProfundidadDistanciaUbicación
The Ciomadul is the youngest volcano of the Carpathian-Pannonian region. Its most recent activity dates back a few tens of thousands years and produced abundant pyroclastic fall and flow deposits. The volcano consists of a complex of lava domes in the Calimani-Harghita Range.

Background:

The Ciomadul lava-dome complex is the youngest volcanic center of the Carpathian-Pannonian region. Located at the SE end of the Calimani-Harghita Range, it consists of a dacitic dome complex formed about 500-700 ka.
The dome complex is cut by twin craters, Mohos and St. Anna. The latest eruption, from St. Anna, produced subplinian airfall and pyroclastic-surge deposits that have been variously dated between about 10.7 and 42 ka. Pecskay et al. (2006) noted ages of 1.0-0.03 Ma. A number of samples from other South Harghita locations (Porcuhu, Cucu, Kapus, Pilisca, Balvanyos, Haramul Mare, and Koves Peak) had Quaternary dates.
Source: GVP

Cited reference:
Pecskay Z, Lexa J, Szakacs A, Seghedi I, Balogh K, Konecny V, Zelenka T, Kovacs M, Poka T, Fulop, Marton E, Panaiotu C, Cvetkovic V, 2006. Geochronology of Neogene magmatism in the Carpathian arc and intra-Carpathian area. Geologica Carpathica 57:6, p. 511-530.


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