Multidisciplinary Study of the Impacts of the 1600 CE Huaynaputina Eruption and a Project for Geosites and Geo-touristic Attractions

@article{Mario2021MultidisciplinarySO,
  title={Multidisciplinary Study of the Impacts of the 1600 CE Huaynaputina Eruption and a Project for Geosites and Geo-touristic Attractions},
  author={Jersy Mari{\~n}o and K. Cueva and Jean-Claude Thouret and Carla Arias and Antony Finizola and Rapha{\"e}l Antoine and Eric Delcher and Cyrille Fauchard and Franck Donnadieu and Philippe Labazuy and Saida Japura and Rachel Gusset and Paola Sanchez and Domingo Ramos and Luisa Macedo and Ivonne Lazarte and Liliane Thouret and Jos{\'e} Del Carpio and Lourdes Jaime and Thibault Saintenoy},
  journal={Geoheritage},
  year={2021},
  volume={13}
}
The Huaynaputina volcano, southern Peru, was the site of the largest historical eruption (VEI 6) in the Andes in 1600 CE, which occurred during the historic transition between the Inca Empire and the Viceroyalty of Peru. This event had severe consequences in the Central Andes and a global climatic impact. Spanish chronicles reported that at least 15 villages or settlements existed around the volcano, of which seven of them were totally destroyed by the eruption. Multidisciplinary studies have… 
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