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List of volcanoes in Ecuador

This is a list of active and extinct volcanoes in Ecuador.

Mainland

Name Meters Feet Coordinates Last Eruption
El Altar / Kapak Urku 5405 17,730 Unknown
Antisana 5753 18,870 1802
Atacazo 4463 14,639 -
Carihuairazo 5018 16,463 Unknown
Cayambe 5790 18,991 1786
Chakana 4643 15,229 1773
Chiles 4756 15,616 1936
Chimborazo 6310 20,560 640 AD ± 500 years
Corazón 4790 15,715 Holocene
Cotopaxi 5897 19,347 2015
Cuicocha 3246 10,649 950 BCE
Cusin - - -
Illiniza 5248 17,213 Holocene
Imbabura 4557 14,952 Late Pleistocene
Mojanda 4263 13,983 Holocene
Pan de Azucar 3482 17,213 Holocene
Pasochoa - - Extinct
Wawa Pichincha 4784 15,692 2004
Pululagua 3356 11,008 467 BCE
Quilotoa 3914 12,838 1797
Reventador 3562 11,683 2014
Rumiñawi 4721 15,489 Unknown
Sangay 5188 17,017 2013
Sincholagua 4873 - -
Soche 3955 12,972 -
Sumaco 3990 13,087 1933
Tulabug 3336 10,942 Holocene
Tungurahua 5023 16,475 2014

Galápagos Islands

Name Meters Feet Coordinates Last Eruption
Alcedo 1130 3706 1993
Cerro Azul 1640 5379 2008
Darwin 1330 4362 1813
Ecuador 790 2591 1150
Fernandina Island 1495 4904 2009
Cerro Pajas 640 2099 Holocene
Galapagos Rift -2430 -7972 1996
Genovesa 64 210 -
Marchena 343 1125 1991
Pinta 780 2558 1928
San Cristóbal 759 2490 -
Santa Cruz 964 2834 -
Santiago 920 3018 1906
Sierra Negra 1124 3687 2005
Wolf 1710 5609 2015

References

  • Siebert L, Simkin T (2002-). Volcanoes of the World: an Illustrated Catalog of Holocene Volcanoes and their Eruptions. Smithsonian Institution, Global Volcanism Program Digital Information Series, GVP-3, (http://www.volcano.si.edu).
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