Volcan chaiten

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Volcan chaiten

  1. 1. Volcan Chaiten<br />By Lizbeth C. Rodriguez<br />
  2. 2. Chaiten volcano <br />Chaitén volcano is located in southern Chile, 10 km NE of the town of Chaitén on the Gulf of Corcovado. The volcano contains an obsidian lava dome in a 3.5 km wide caldera. The volcano is occasionally covered with snow, but does not contain a glacier<br />
  3. 3. Extensive damage in Chaitén town generated by floods and lahars. <br />
  4. 4. volcan<br />Volcan en erupcion<br />
  5. 5. The small Chaitén volcano (42.83ºS, 72.65ºW,<br />alt. 1,122 m) is located in the southern Andes and<br />its background geology is poorly known apart from<br />the reconnaissance work done by Moreno (1995)1<br />and based on a study of aerial photographs.<br />
  6. 6. volcanchaiten es uno de los mas de 120 volcanesactivos de chile continental pero no la amenaza no es de alto nivel<br /> El volcanpudohaversidocausadopor el temblor Aisén Fjord que occurio 250 km sur de chaiten el 21 de abril del 2007<br />El volcanentro en erupcion el 2 d mayo del 2008, las cenisas de emisionalcanso la altura de 100,000 pies de altura el 6 d mayo<br />Al menos 4,000 personas que vivian 10 km cerca del volcan tuvieron que evacuar. <br />
  7. 7. Este fue la primeraerupcion del volcan que habia pasado desde ase 9,000 años atras<br />El 9 de juliotodavia habia muchasdestrucciones en chaiten. <br />En una area de 10 cuadras del norte<br />El crater estabacompletamentedesprovista de vegetacionexceptounos cuantos arboles.<br />
  8. 8. Aqui es una muestra de lo tanto quay las cenisas cubrio.<br />Many residents have now returned to Chaiten town, against the will of the government. However, these people are being denied even the most basic services such as electricity, running water, fuel, hospital facilities, administrative and postal services. Further, no financial support is apparently given to those living in the townmany houses were lifted or buried deeply he most deep was 50 cm. the houses and small schools were the mainly damaged from the eruption<br />

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