Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-12162
The sharp-topped peak of Corcovado volcano rises above the Gulf of Corcovado as seen from the north from a helicopter near the town of Chaitén. The glacially eroded volcano is surrounded by Holocene cinder cones. The light-colored delta at the left was formed by lahar deposition during the eruption of Chaitén volcano beginning in 2008.
Photo by Jon Major, 2010 (USGS, Cascades Volcano Observatory).
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