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Purico Complex The Cerro Negro dome 5,016 m (16,457 ft) and the Cerros de Macón 5,130 m (16,831 ft) stratovolcano form the northwestern part of the Purico Volcanic complex Elevation 5,703 m (18,711 ft) Location Location Chile Coordinates 23°00′S 67°45′W / 23°S 67.75°W / -23; -67.75Coordinates: 23°00′S 67°45′W / 23°S 67.75°W / -23; -67.75 Geology Type Pyroclastic shield Age of rock Holocene Last eruption Unknown The Purico Complex is a pyroclastic shield located in the eastern part of the Atacama desert in Chile's II Region (Antofagasta), approximately 5 km (3 mi) south of the Bolivia - Chile border. The complex covers an area of roughly 20 km (12 mi) x 30 km (19 mi) and is conformed by 12 subsidiaries, including stratovolcanoes, lava domes and a maar. Subsidiary features ASTE with Cerro El Chascón (right). Stratovolcano Cerro Purico - 5,703 m (18,711 ft) Cerros de Macón - 5,130 m (16,831 ft) Cerro Toco - 5,604 m (18,386 ft) Maar Alitar - 5,346 m (17,539 ft) m Lava dome Cerro Agua Amarga - 5,058 m (16,594 ft) Cerro Áspero - 5,262 m (17,264 ft) Cerro Chajnantor - 5,639 m (18,501 ft) Cerro El Chascón - 5,703 m (18,711 ft) Cerro Negro - 5,016 m (16,457 ft) Cerro Putas - 5,462 m (17,920 ft) See also List of volcanoes in Chile Cerro Toco pyroclastic shield Ignimbrite Licancabur Juriques Laguna Verde (Bolivia) San Pedro de Atacama Llano de Chajnantor Observatory NANTEN2 Observatory The Purico complex seen from the NNW. FLTR: Cerro Toco, Cerro Purico, Cerro Negro, (mountain - unknown), Cerros de Macón. In the background are Colachi (snow covered), Laguna Verde and Acamarachi strato-volcanoes (Not part of the Purico Complex). Camera location: 22° 55.160'S 68° 6.831'W Heading: 116º Alt.: 2,501 m (8,205 ft) References "Purico Complex". Global Volcanism Program, Smithsonian Institution. http://www.volcano.si.edu/world/volcano.cfm?vnum=1505-094.  González-Ferrán, Oscar (1995) (in Spanish). Volcanes de Chile. Santiago: Instituto Geográfico Militar. ISBN 9562020541.  v · d · eAndean volcanoes Northern Volcanic Zone (6° N–3° S) Nevado del Ruiz · Nevado del Huila · Galeras · Cayambe · Reventador · Pichincha · Antisana · Illiniza · Cotopaxi · Quilotoa · Tungurahua · Sangay Central Volcanic Zone (15°–27° S) Ampato · Coropuna · Sabancaya · Chachani · El Misti · Ubinas · Huaynaputina · Parinacota · Irruputuncu · Azufre · Sairecabur · Pacana · Licancabur · Lascar · Llullaillaco · Galán · San Francisco · Ojos del Salado Southern Volcanic Zone (33°–46° S) Tupungato · Tupungatito · Maipo · Calabozos · Descabezado Grande · Cerro Azul · Nevado de Longaví · Nevados de Chillán · Antuco  · Copahue · Callaqui · Lonquimay · Llaima · Sollipulli · Villarrica · Quetrupillán · Lanín · Mocho-Choshuenco · Carrán-Los Venados  · Puyehue-Cordón Caulle · Osorno · Calbuco · Hornopirén · Michinmahuida · Chaitén · Corcovado · Cay · Macá · Hudson Austral Volcanic Zone (49°–55° S) Lautaro · Viedma · Aguilera · Reclus · Pali-Aike · Burney · Fueguino Note: volcanoes are ordered by latitude from north to south This Antofagasta Region location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e