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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-04927

Volcán Macá, the highest volcano between Lanín and Lautaro, rises to 2960 m NW of Puerto Aisén.  Little is known of the geologic history of this glacier-covered stratovolcano, which contains a summit lava dome and flank cinder cones. Photo by John Davidson, University of Michigan (courtesy of Hugo Moreno, University of Chile).

Volcán Macá, the highest volcano between Lanín and Lautaro, rises to 2960 m NW of Puerto Aisén. Little is known of the geologic history of this glacier-covered stratovolcano, which contains a summit lava dome and flank cinder cones.

Photo by John Davidson, University of Michigan (courtesy of Hugo Moreno, University of Chile).


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