The Nevados de Payachata volcanic region (18°S/69°W, N. Chile)

@article{Wrner1988TheND,
  title={The Nevados de Payachata volcanic region (18°S/69°W, N. Chile)},
  author={Gerhard W{\"o}rner and Russell S. Harmon and John Davidson and Stephen Erwin Moorbath and Donald L. Turner and N. McMillan and C. Nyes and Leopoldo Lopez-escobar and Hugo Moreno},
  journal={Bulletin of Volcanology},
  year={1988},
  volume={50},
  pages={287-303}
}
Subduction-related volcanism in the Nevados de Payachata region of the Central Andes at 18°S comprises two temporally and geochemically distinct phases. An older period of magmatism is represented by glaciated stratocones and ignimbrite sheets of late Miocene age. The Pleistocene to Recent phase (≤0.3 Ma) includes the twin stratovolcanoes Volcan Pomerape and Volcan Parinacota (the Nevados de Payachata volcanic group) and two small centers to the west (i. e., Caquena and Vilacollo). Both… 

The Nevados de Payachata volcanic region (18°S/69°W, N. Chile) II. Evidence for widespread crustal involvement in Andean magmatism

Volcanism extending over 11 Ma is represented in the rocks of the Nevados de Payachata region, culminating in the formation of two large composite stratocones within the last 500 000 years.

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    Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences
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