The historical (218 ± 14 aBP) explosive eruption of Tutupaca volcano (Southern Peru)

@article{Samaniego2015TheH,
  title={The historical (218 ± 14 aBP) explosive eruption of Tutupaca volcano (Southern Peru)},
  author={P. Samaniego and P. Valderrama and J. Mari{\~n}o and B. van Wyk de Vries and O. Roche and N. Manrique and C. Ch{\'e}deville and C. Liorzou and Lionel Fidel and Judica{\"e}lle Malnati},
  journal={Bulletin of Volcanology},
  year={2015},
  volume={77},
  pages={1-18}
}
The little known Tutupaca volcano (17° 01′ S, 70° 21′ W), located at the southern end of the Peruvian arc, is a dacitic dome complex that experienced a large explosive eruption during historical times. Based on historic chronicles and our radiometric data, this eruption occurred 218 ± 14 aBP, probably between 1787 and 1802 AD. This eruption was characterised by a large sector collapse that triggered a small debris avalanche (<1 km3) and an associated pyroclastic eruption whose bulk volume was 6… Expand

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