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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-08108

Volcán Tláloc, the broad volcano on the horizon, is one of the larger volcanic centers of the eastern part of the Chichinautzin volcanic field. It erupted about 6,200 years ago and is seen here from the east with a large lava flow in the foreground.  Photo by Hugo Delgado, 1994 (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México).

Volcán Tláloc, the broad volcano on the horizon, is one of the larger volcanic centers of the eastern part of the Chichinautzin volcanic field. It erupted about 6,200 years ago and is seen here from the east with a large lava flow in the foreground.

Photo by Hugo Delgado, 1994 (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México).

Keywords: lava flow | lava lobe | levees | volcanic field


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