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Los Azufres Volcanic Field hosts the second most important geothermal field of Mexico, with a production of 188 MW of electricity. Based on fieldwork and new geochronological data (14C and 40Ar/39Ar) we define that activity at Los Azufres Volcanic Field started some 1.5 Ma with the emission of basaltic to rhyolitic lavas, and pyroclastic material. The late Pleistocene explosive activity in the southwest sector (Guangoche volcano area) of Los Azufres occurred in a narrow period of time between >31 and <26 ka. The pyroclastic stratigraphy of the S, SW, and W sectors is represented...

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