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Pan de Azucar volcano
Pan de Azucar is a probably extinct stratovolcano in a hardly accessible area in the Amazonian jungle between Sumaco and Reventador volcanoes. It has been active around 1 million years ago and produced lava from basaltic to andesitic in composition.
Marion Le Voyer and Estelle F. Rose-Koga (2008) "Petrogenesis of arc lavas from the Rucu Pichincha and Pan de Azucar volcanoes (Ecuadorian arc): Major, trace element, and boron isotope evidences from olivine-hosted melt inclusions", Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, v. 9 (12)
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The term for all fine-grained volcanic products fragmented during explosive eruptions.
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