Norte de Chile, Bolivia y Argentina (Sur America), -26.77°S / -67.72°W
Current status: normal or dormant (1 out of 5)
Robledo volcano (also referred to as Cerro Blanco volcano) is a 6-km wide caldera in NW Argentina, located 80 km SW of the much larger and better known Cerro Galán caldera.
It contains Cerro Blanco del Robledo lava dome on the southern rim of the caldera. There are extensive rhyolitic pumice-fall deposits around the dome. Older, but well-preserved pyroclastic-flow deposits underly the lava dome of Cerro Blanco and are exposed on the floor of the caldera and on its NW flanks.
Satellite surveys in the 1990 have shown subsidence of the Robledo caldera.
Erupciones del volcán Robledo: none in recent times
Latest nearby earthquakesNo hay terremotos recientes
See also: Sentinel hub | Landsat 8 | NASA FIRMS