The physical volcanology of the 1600 eruption of Huaynaputina, southern Peru

  title={The physical volcanology of the 1600 eruption of Huaynaputina, southern Peru},
  author={Nancy K. Adams and Shanaka L. de Silva and Stephen Self and Guido Salas and Steven Schubring and Jason L. Permenter and Kendra Alice Arbesman},
  journal={Bulletin of Volcanology},
Abstract. Volcán Huaynaputina is a group of four vents located at 16°36'S, 70°51'W in southern Peru that produced one of the largest eruptions of historical times when ~11 km3 of magma was erupted during the period 19 February to 6 March 1600. The main eruptive vents are located at 4200 m within an erosion-modified amphitheater of a significantly older stratovolcano. The eruption proceeded in three stages. Stage I was an ~20-h sustained plinian eruption on 19–20 February that produced an… 
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