Volcanic evolution of Volcán Aucanquilcha: a long-lived dacite volcano in the Central Andes of northern Chile

@article{Klemetti2008VolcanicEO,
  title={Volcanic evolution of Volc{\'a}n Aucanquilcha: a long-lived dacite volcano in the Central Andes of northern Chile},
  author={Erik W. Klemetti and Anita L. Grunder},
  journal={Bulletin of Volcanology},
  year={2008},
  volume={70},
  pages={633-650}
}
Volcán Aucanquilcha, northern Chile, has produced ∼37 km3 of dacite (63–66 wt% silica), mainly as lavas with ubiquitous magmatic inclusions (59–62 wt% silica) over the last ∼1 million years. A pyroclastic flow deposit related to dome collapse occurs on the western side of the edifice and a debris avalanche deposit occurs on the eastern side. The >6,000-m high edifice defines a 9-km E–W ridge and lies at the center of a cluster of more than 15 volcanoes, the Aucanquilcha Volcanic Cluster, that… 
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