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Geologic mapping at the base of Volcán Barú, Panama, characterizes two large andesitic volcanic debris avalanche deposits attributed to sector collapse at Volcán Barú. The older Caisán debris avalanche deposit is at or beyond the radiocarbon dating range, >43,500 yr B.P., whereas the younger Barriles debris avalanche deposit is constrained by two radiocarbon ages that are ca. 9000 yr B.P. The total runout length of the Caisán deposit was ~50 km, covering nearly 1200 km2. The Barriles deposit extended to ~45 km and covered >990 km2, overlapping most of the Caisán. Over 4000 hummocks from these...

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