Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-04926
Volcán Yate is an upper Pleistocene, glacially dissected stratovolcano with Holocene parasitic vents. Little is known of the eruptive history of this isolated volcano, which is located SW of the mouth of the Puelo River on the Relancaví strait, NNE of neighboring Hornopirén volcano.
Photo by John Davidson, University of Michigan (courtesy of Hugo Moreno, University of Chile).
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