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      Compositional variations revealed by ASTER image analysis of the Viedma Volcano, southern Andes Volcanic Zone Translated title: Variaciones composicionales reveladas mediante análisis de imágenes ASTER del volcán Viedma, Zona Volcánica Andina Austral

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          We conducted a lithological mapping of the Viedma volcano, one of five volcanoes in the Andean Austral Volcanic Zone (AVZ), using remote sensing techniques. We used data of the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection radiometer (ASTER) sensor which is highly effective in geological research, to understand build-up processes and to deduce compositional variation of the Viedma volcano emerging from the South Patagonian ice field. The volcanic edifice was divided into bright parts that mainly compose the eastern flank of the volcano and dark parts at the central crater area based on the observation in visible and near infrared ranges. The SiO2 concentration was cal-culated using the bands in the visible and thermal infrared regions. The dark part and the bright part have approximately 51 wt% and 63 wt% average SiO2 content respectively, indicating that the exposures of the Viedma volcano have a wide variation in SiO2 concentration. Although, according to other authors, ejecta from the Viedma volcano have 64-66 wt% SiO2 and other AV Z volcanoes are essentially monolithologic dacite/andesite volcanoes, the edifice of the Viedma volcano appears to be composed mostly of basalts or older rocks/basement with low silica contents.

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          Mediante el uso de técnica de sensoría remota se ha desarrollado un mapeo litológico del volcán Viedma, uno de los cinco volcanes de la Zona Volcánica Andina Austral (ZVA). Para este efecto, se ha utilizado el radiómetro ‘Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection’ (ASTER) que es muy efectivo en investigación geológica, para entender los procesos que han controlado la estructura y deducir las variaciones composi-cionales del volcán Viedma, que sobresale levemente de la superficie del campo de hielo Patagónico Sur. Sobre la base de la observación en el intervalo del espectro visible e infrarrojo cercano, en el edificio se distinguen partes brillantes que corresponden al flanco oriental del volcán y partes oscuras en el área del cráter central. La concentración de SiO2 se calculó a través del uso de las bandas en las regiones visibles e infrarrojo termal. Las partes oscura y brillante tienen un promedio aproximado de 51% y 63% de SiO2 en peso, respectivamente, lo que indica que el volcán Viedma expone una amplia diferenciación de las concentraciones de SiO2. Aunque, según otros autores, las muestras analizadas de material piroclástico del volcán Viedma tienen contenidos de 64-66% SiO2 y que otros aparatos de la ZVA son volcanes esencialmente monolitológicos dacíticos/andesíticos, el edificio del volcán Viedma estaría compuesto principalmente de basaltos o las rocas más antiguas de su basamento tienen un bajo contenido de sílice.

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                Journal
                andgeol
                Andean geology
                AndGeo
                Servicio Nacional de Geología y Minería (SERNAGEOMIN) (Santiago )
                0718-7106
                July 2010
                : 37
                : 2
                : 433-441
                Affiliations
                [1 ] Earth Remote Sensing Data Analysis Center Japan
                [2 ] University of Tokyo Japan
                [3 ] Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Natural History Japan
                [4 ] Servicio Nacional de Geología y Minería Chile
                [5 ] Dia Consultants Company Limited Japan
                [6 ] University of Tsukuba Japan
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                8ff0fffa-b0b6-49da-bf13-ad989d5d34d1

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                Categories
                GEOLOGY
                GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY

                General geosciences,Geology & Mineralogy
                ASTER,Viedma volcano,SiO2 wt%,Andean Austral Volcanic Zone,Chile,Volcán Viedma,Contenido SiO2,Zona Volcánica Andina Austral

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