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The Sierra Nevada Volcanic Range includes, from south to north, the active Popocatépetl (5452 m), Iztaccíhuatl (5272 m) with several volcanic edifices, Telapón (4000 m), and Tlaloc (4150 m) volcanoes. It has been generally assumed that volcanic activity has migrated from Tlaloc (north) to Popocatépetl (south) over time. New evidence obtained from previous studies, field reconnaissance, and radiometric dating indicate that magmatism at the Sierra Nevada Volcanic Range likely started at 1.8–1.4 Ma with the construction of Paleo-Tlaloc volcano, which is today buried by younger deposits. The activity continued between 1.07 and 0.89 Ma with the emplacement of dacitic...

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