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Series: GSA Special Papers
Published: 01 January 1979
DOI: 10.1130/SPE180-p87
... Analysis of 30 individual pumice blocks, together with bulk samples from the ash-flow member of the Los Chocoyos Ash within the Quezaltenango Valley, Guatemala, demonstrates that prior to its eruption, its associated magma-chamber was zoned. Eruption of a high-K (K 2 O/Na 2 O > 1), crystal...
Journal Article
Published: 01 April 1985
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (1985) 75 (2): 455–473.
.... Petition from the mayor of San Andres Xecul for church recon- struction funds. Report from the mayor of Momostenango Petition from the mayor of Momostenango for church recon- struction funds. Report from the President to the King of Spain describing damage at Quezaltenango. Petition from the mayor of Santa...
Journal Article
Published: 01 June 1981
Journal of the Geological Society (1981) 138 (3): 281–287.
.... K. Easter J. Geochemistry of the Los Chocoyos Ash, Quezaltenango Valley, Guatemala Spec. Pap. geol. Soc. Am 1979 180 87 99 Smith R. L. Ash-flow magmatism Spec. Pap. geol. Soc. Am 1979 180 5 27 Smith R. L. Bailey R. A. The Bandelier Tuff, a study of ash-flow...
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Published: 01 March 1929
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (1929) 19 (1): 54–61.
..., especially in Quezaltenango, Chimaltenango, and Escuintla. Milanovitch, Jugoslavia, February 21, 1929Sharp earth tremors were felt on February 21st at Milanovitch, about siz~ty-five miles south of Belgrade. Furniture, pictures, and crockery were displaced, but there was no great damage. 60 BULLETIN...
Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2001
Seismological Research Letters (2001) 72 (3): 405–408.
... km from depth phases (GS). Some damage at Quezaltenango and San Marcos, Guatemala. Felt at Guatemala City and in other parts of Guatemala. Also felt as far as Mexico City, México and San Salvador, El Salvador. BROADBAND SOURCE PARAMETERS (GS): Depth: 53 km. Fault Plane Solution: NP1: Strike = 115...
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 August 1960
AAPG Bulletin (1960) 44 (8): 1273–1315.
... at the time of the Conquest); Santa Maria Quezaltenango (12,361 feet); Agua (12,310 feet; so named in 1541 when it destroyed the colonial capital of Guatemala with a deluge from its flooded crater); Zunil (11,588 feet); and Atitlan (11,565 feet), overlooking the lake of the same name. Their distribution...
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Series: GSA Special Papers
Published: 01 January 2006
DOI: 10.1130/2006.2412(05)
... of Santiaguito (black dot), the rain-gauge locations used in this study (H—Huehuetenango; Q—Quezaltenango; R—Retalhuleu; P—Patzulin; SM—Santa Marta), and location of the main maps (rectangle). On the main map, Río Tambor, Río Nimá I and Río Nimá II, and Río Ixpatz are shown by thin black lines, Río...
Journal Article
Published: 01 June 1982
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (1982) 72 (3): 873–877.
...: QUEZALTENANGO,SANMARCOS 26 2 Iq02 13.ON 89.OW& 4 SH.3 2,NOD 20 3 1902 0610 42.6N 43.4E 132 51 18 4 1902 14.0N 9I.OW# 2,I07 19 4 1902 0223 14.ON 91.0W 29 4 1902 0657 34.5N 120.5ff VII O 128 CALIF. 8.0 44 5 6 1902 50.0N 148.0E 5.5 48 58 PIIILIPPINES:MINDANAO,I.ANAO.rOTABATO 8.190~ 26.3N 99.9E 12 l? S.W. MINDANAO...
Series: GSA Special Papers
Published: 01 January 2006
DOI: 10.1130/2006.2412(04)
... the southern margin of a large (30 km diameter) caldera that encompasses the Quezaltenango basin. Duffield et al. (1993) indicate that the age of this caldera, which they call the Xela caldera, is anywhere from 84 ka to 12 Ma. A number of rivers flow from and around Santa María volcano (Fig. 1...