Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-12781
The Mojanda summit caldera formed during a Plinian eruption ~200,000 years ago and now has three lakes. In the indigenous Quechua language they are Karikucha (Male Lake), Yanakucha (Black Lake), and Warmikucha (Female Lake). This October 2015 photograph is looking E towards Karikucha lake from the upper slopes of Mojanda.
Photo by Ailsa Naismith, 2015.
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