Volcan Agua, Guatemala
by Joel Gill, King's College London/Geology for Global Development, London, United Kingdom
Taken from the opposite volcano of Acatenango (Guatemala), this shot shows the extinct stratovolcano Agua. The volcano was the location of a catastrophic debris flow in the mid 16th Century, forcing the relocation of the capital city to Antigua (.
Taken on 11
Submitted on 22 February 2014
Credit: Joel Gill (distributed via imaggeo.egu.eu)
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