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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-04101

This low-angle aerial view from the south shows the profile of the Telica volcanic complex, which consists of several interlocking cones and vents with a general NW alignment.  Telica itself, the high peak at the left, is a steep-sided cone with a 700-m-wide double crater.  El Liston, immediately E of Telica (at center), has several nested craters.  Santa Clara volcano is the symmetrical cone at the right. Copyrighted photo by Dick Stoiber, 1972 (Dartmouth College).

This low-angle aerial view from the south shows the profile of the Telica volcanic complex, which consists of several interlocking cones and vents with a general NW alignment. Telica itself, the high peak at the left, is a steep-sided cone with a 700-m-wide double crater. El Liston, immediately E of Telica (at center), has several nested craters. Santa Clara volcano is the symmetrical cone at the right.

Copyrighted photo by Dick Stoiber, 1972 (Dartmouth College).


Telica