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List of volcanoes in Mexico

This is a list of active and extinct volcanoes in Mexico.

Name Elevation Location Last eruption
meters feet Coordinates
Los Atlixcos 800 2625
Volcán Bárcena 332 1089 1953
Ceboruco 2280 7480 1875
Cerro Prieto 223 732 Holocene
Chichinautzin 3930 12,894
El Chichón 1060 3478 1982
Cofre de Perote 4282 14,049
Colima 4330 14,306 2015
Comondú-La Purísima 780 2559
Coronado 440 1444
Las Cumbres 3940 12,926 ~3940 BC
Las Derrumbadas ~1500 ~4921
Durango Volcanic Field 2075 6808
La Gloria Volcanic Field 3600 11,483
Guadalupe 1100 3609
Los Humeros 3150 10,335 Holocene
Iztaccihuatl 5286 17,342
Jaraguay Volcanic Field 960 3150 Holocene
Jocotitlán 3900 12,795 1270 ± 75 years
El Jorullo 3170 10,397 1774
La Malinche 4461 14,636
Mascota Volcanic Field 2540 8399 Holocene
Michoacán–Guanajuato volcanic field 3860 12,664 1952
Naolinco Volcanic Field 2000 6562 Holocene
Nevado de Toluca 4690 15,354 1350 BC
Papayo 3600 11,811 Holocene
Parícutin 2800 9,186 1952
Pico de Orizaba (Citlaltépetl) 5700 18,701 1687
Pinacate Peaks 1200 3937
Popocatépetl 5426 17,802 2015
San Borja Volcanic Field 1360 4462 Holocene
Isla San Luis 180 591 Holocene
San Martin Tuxtla 1650 5413 1796
San Quintín Volcanic Field 260 853 Holocene
Sanganguey 2353 7677 1742
Serdan-Oriental 3485 11,434 Holocene
Socorro 1050 3445 1993
Tacaná 4060 13,320 1986
Tilzapotla
Tequila Volcano 2920 9,580 Pleistocene
Isla Tortuga 210 689 Holocene
Tres Virgenes 1940 6365 1857
Zitacuaro-Valle de Bravo 3500 11,483

See also

References

  • Siebert L, Simkin T (2002-). Volcanoes of the World: an Illustrated Catalog of Holocene Volcanoes and their Eruptions. Smithsonian Institution, Global Volcanism Program Digital Information Series, GVP-3, (http://www.volcano.si.edu).
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