Volcanoes of Argentina

2017-07-28T15:44:09+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Nevado Tres Cruces, Monte Pissis, Maipo (volcano), Mercedario, Llullaillaco, San José (volcano), Zapaleri, Incahuasi, Tupungato, Ojos del Salado, Galán, Nevado San Francisco, Cerro Bayo Complex, Marmolejo, Tupungatito, Aracar, Antofalla, Antofagasta de la Sierra, Caldera del Atuel, Socompa, Falso Azufre, Laguna Amarga, Baboso, Espíritu Santo (volcano), Lastarria, Payun Matru, List of volcanoes in Argentina, Agua Poca, Aguas Calientes caldera, Incapillo, Cerro Solo, Majadita, Cerro Pantoja, Planchón-Peteroa, Cerro Volcánico, Cerro Escorial, Cordón del Azufre, Pali-Aike Volcanic Field, Cerro Blanco (volcano), Trocon, Sierra Nevada de Lagunas Bravas, Puesto Cortaderas flashcards Volcanoes of Argentina
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  • Nevado Tres Cruces
    Nevado Tres Cruces is a massif of volcanic origin in the Andes Mountains on the border of Argentina and Chile.
  • Monte Pissis
    Monte Pissis is an extinct volcano in La Rioja Province, Argentina.
  • Maipo (volcano)
    Maipo is a stratovolcano in the Andes, lying on the border between Argentina and Chile.
  • Mercedario
    Cerro Mercedario is the highest peak of the Cordillera de la Ramada range and the eighth-highest mountain of the Andes.
  • Llullaillaco
    Llullaillaco (Spanish pronunciation: [ʝu.ʝai̯.ˈʝa.ko]) is a potentially active stratovolcano at the border of Argentina (Salta Province) and Chile.
  • San José (volcano)
    San José Volcano is the stratovolcano that gives its name to a massive volcanic group, at about 90 km (56 mi) from Santiago de Chile at the end of the Cajón de Maipo on the Chile-Argentina border.
  • Zapaleri
    Zapaleri is a volcano whose summit is the tripoint of the borders of Argentina, Bolivia and Chile.
  • Incahuasi
    Incahuasi (Spanish pronunciation: [iŋkaˈwasi]; Quechua Inkawasi or Inka Wasi, inka Inca, wasi house, "Inca house") is a volcanic mountain in the Andes of South America.
  • Tupungato
    Tupungato, one of the highest mountains in the Americas, is a massive Andean stratovolcano dating to Pleistocene times.
  • Ojos del Salado
    Nevado Ojos del Salado is a massive stratovolcano in the Andes on the Argentina–Chile border and the highest active volcano in the world at 6,893 m (22,615 ft).
  • Galán
    Cerro Galán is a caldera in Catamarca Province, Argentina, considered to be the best exposed large caldera in the world.
  • Nevado San Francisco
    Nevado San Francisco, or Cerro San Francisco (Spanish pronunciation: [sam fɾanˈsisko]), is a stratovolcano on the border between Argentina and Chile, located just southeast of San Francisco Pass.
  • Cerro Bayo Complex
    Cerro Bayo is a complex volcano on the northern part border between Argentina and Chile.
  • Marmolejo
    Volcán Marmolejo is a 6,108 m (20,039 ft) high Pleistocene stratovolcano in the Andes on the border between Argentina and Chile.
  • Tupungatito
    Volcán Tupungatito is the northernmost historically active stratovolcano of the southern Andes.
  • Aracar
    Aracar is a large conical stratovolcano in northwestern Argentina, just east of the Chilean border.
  • Antofalla
    Antofalla is a large and very remote stratovolcano in Catamarca Province in northwestern Argentina.
  • Antofagasta de la Sierra
    Antofagasta de la Sierra is a volcanic field in Argentina.
  • Caldera del Atuel
    Caldera del Atuel is a caldera in Argentina.
  • Socompa
    Socompa is a large complex stratovolcano at the border of Argentina and Chile.
  • Falso Azufre
    Falso Azufre is a complex volcano at the border of Argentina and Chile.
  • Laguna Amarga
    Laguna Amarga is a caldera and associated ignimbrite in the Andes of northwestern Argentina.
  • Baboso
    Baboso is a remote peak near Veladero in the province of La Rioja in the Argentine Puna de Atacama.
  • Espíritu Santo (volcano)
    Volcán Espíritu Santo is an pleistocene stratovolcano at the center of the San José volcanic group, located at 90 km (56 mi) from Santiago de Chile at the end of the Cajón del Maipo on the Chile-Argentina border.
  • Lastarria
    Lastarria, also known as Azufre, is a stratovolcano along the border of Argentina (border of the Catamarca and Salta provinces) and Chile (Antofagasta region).
  • Payun Matru
    Payun Matru is a shield volcano in Argentina, located in the Reserva Provincial La Payunia of the Malargüe Department, to the south of the Mendoza Province.
  • List of volcanoes in Argentina
    This is a list of active and extinct volcanoes in Argentina.
  • Agua Poca
    Agua Poca is a monogenetic volcano in the Puelén Department of Argentina.
  • Aguas Calientes caldera
    Aguas Calientes is a major Quaternary caldera in Salta Province, Argentina.
  • Incapillo
    Incapillo is a Pleistocene caldera, a depression formed by the collapse of a volcano, in the La Rioja province of Argentina.
  • Cerro Solo
    Cerro Solo is a large stratovolcano on the border between Argentina and Chile, west of Ojos del Salado.
  • Majadita
    Cumbre de la Majadita is a mountain peak in the province of San Juan in Argentina near the town of Rodeo.
  • Cerro Pantoja
    Cerro Pantoja, also spelled as Cerro Pantojo, is an extinct basaltic stratovolcano on the border of Argentina and Chile.
  • Planchón-Peteroa
    Planchón-Peteroa is a complex volcano extending in a north-south direction along the border between Argentina and Chile.
  • Cerro Volcánico
    Cerro Volcánico (also known as Fonck) is a cinder cone in Argentina, located southeast of the massive stratovolcano of Tronador.
  • Cerro Escorial
    Cerro Escorial is a stratovolcano at the border of Argentina and Chile.
  • Cordón del Azufre
    Cordón del Azufre is a small, inactive complex volcano located in the Central Andes, at the border of Argentina and Chile.
  • Pali-Aike Volcanic Field
    Pali-Aike Volcanic Field (also spelled Palei-Aike) is a Pleistocene-to-Holocene volcanic field in Patagonia on the Argentina–Chile border, located north of the Straits of Magellan about 150 km northeast of Punta Arenas, Chile.
  • Cerro Blanco (volcano)
    Cerro Blanco is a caldera in the Andes of the Catamarca Province in Argentina.
  • Trocon
    Trocon is a lava dome complex in Argentina.
  • Sierra Nevada de Lagunas Bravas
    Sierra Nevada, also known as Sierra Nevada de Lagunas Bravas, is a major ignimbrite-lava dome complex which lies in both Chile and Argentina in one of the most remote parts of the Central Andes.
  • Puesto Cortaderas
    Puesto Cortaderas is an isolated basaltic pyroclastic cone in Neuquén Province, Argentina.