Eruptive history of Incahuasi, Falso Azufre and El Cóndor Quaternary composite volcanoes, southern Central Andes

@article{Grosse2018EruptiveHO,
  title={Eruptive history of Incahuasi, Falso Azufre and El C{\'o}ndor Quaternary composite volcanoes, southern Central Andes},
  author={Pablo Grosse and Yuji Orihashi and Silvina Guzm{\'a}n and Hirochika Sumino and Keisuke Nagao},
  journal={Bulletin of Volcanology},
  year={2018},
  volume={80},
  pages={1-26}
}
Volcanoes can stay dormant for much longer than 10 ka and hence many Quaternary volcanoes lacking Holocene activity have the potential to become active. Reconstructing the eruptive histories of these volcanoes is an important first step towards evaluating their long-term eruptive probabilities. The southern Central Volcanic Zone (CVZ) of the Andes at ~ 27° S latitude has a notable concentration of Quaternary volcanoes, several considered potentially active, but most of which are poorly known… 
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