Nevados Casiri volcan
stratovolcan 5650 m / 18,537 feet
Peru, -17.47°S / -69.81°W
Condition actuelle: normal / en sommeil (1 sur 5)
Nevados Casiri (also known as Paugarani) volcano in southern Peru near the Chilean border in a sparsely populated and remote part of the cordillera, about 25 km north of Tacora volcano.
Style éruptif tipique
The youngest crater has been active during the past 10,000 years and is well preserved.
Sulphur is being extracted from 2 mines on the NW and SE flanks of the volcano.
: effusive (lava domes)
Eruptions du volcan Nevados Casiri
No recent earthquakes
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Nevados Casiri consists of 4 cones forming a E-W aligned ridge with the youngest cone on the SE side. 2 post-glacial lava flows are present south of the youngest cone, and an older lava dome to the west.