stratovolcano 1318 m / 4,324 ft
Southern Chile and Argentina, South America, -42.38°S / -72.58°WCurrent status
: normal or dormant
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Typical eruption style
Huequi volcano eruptions
: 1920, 1906-07, 1896, 1893, 1890
No recent earthquakes
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Huequi is an active small stratovolcano in southern Chile. It is located on the Huequi Peninsula in Ancud Bay. Unlike most other stratovolcanoes in the region, there is no glacier on the volcano. Huequi has a parasitic cone on the west flank which contains an 800 m wide crater.
Huequi has had frequent explosive eruptions recorded sind the 19th century, most recently in 1920.
See also: Sentinel hub
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