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Article: Alcedo Volcano
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The volcano has the largest number of wild tortoises of any of the volcanoes in the Galapagos, though their genetic diversity is amongst the lowest of any of the breeds in the archipelago. The habitat of the tortoises was threatened when feral goats crossed from southern Isabela Island in the 1970’s and then reproduced rapidly.
 
The volcano has the largest number of wild tortoises of any of the volcanoes in the Galapagos, though their genetic diversity is amongst the lowest of any of the breeds in the archipelago. The habitat of the tortoises was threatened when feral goats crossed from southern Isabela Island in the 1970’s and then reproduced rapidly.
   
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It is believed that Alcedo volcano emerged from the sea approximately 313,000, based on its sub ariel volume of 234&nbsp;km<sup>3</sup> and average eruption rate of 1x10<sup>6</sup> m<sup>3</sup> per year.<ref name=Nauman>[http://petrology.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/5/859 Petrology of Cero Azul, Naumann]</ref> This has produced a volcano that is 1130m high <ref name=gvp>{{cite gvp | vnum=1503-04= | title=Alcedo}}</ref> with a caldera that measures 6.1 x 7.4&nbsp;km.<ref name=Nauman/> Alcedo volcano is similar to its neighbours to the north, Darwin and to the south, [[Sierra Negra (Galápagos)|Sierra Negra]] which also have shallow slopes for the majority of their height. It is also similar to these two in that the depth of the caldera is less than 25% of the height of the volcano.<ref name=Mouginas>[http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cpsidt=2526915 Slopes of Western Galapagos Volcanoes, Mouginas-Mark]</ref> This contrasts with the other major shield volcanoes, [[Cerro Azul (Ecuador volcano)|Cerro Azul]], [[Volcan Wolf|Wolf]] on Isabela and [[Fernandina]] that have much steeper slopes and have calderas that have a depth which is 40-60% of the sub-ariel height.
 
It is believed that Alcedo volcano emerged from the sea approximately 313,000, based on its sub ariel volume of 234&nbsp;km<sup>3</sup> and average eruption rate of 1x10<sup>6</sup> m<sup>3</sup> per year.<ref name=Nauman>[http://petrology.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/reprint/43/5/859 Petrology of Cero Azul, Naumann]</ref> This has produced a volcano that is 1130m high <ref name=gvp>{{cite gvp | vnum=1503-04= | title=Alcedo}}</ref> with a caldera that measures 6.1 x 7.4&nbsp;km.<ref name=Nauman/> Alcedo volcano is similar to its neighbours to the north, Darwin and to the south, [[Sierra Negra (Galápagos)|Sierra Negra]] which also have shallow slopes for the majority of their height. It is also similar to these two in that the depth of the caldera is less than 25% of the height of the volcano.<ref name=Mouginas>[http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cpsidt=2526915 Slopes of Western Galapagos Volcanoes, Mouginas-Mark]</ref> This contrasts with the other major shield volcanoes, [[Cerro Azul (Ecuador volcano)|Cerro Azul]], [[Volcan Wolf|Wolf]] on Isabela and [[Fernandina]] that have much steeper slopes and have calderas that have a depth which is 40-60% of the sub-ariel height.
   
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Reporter: Bradley (anonymous)
Date: Friday, the 23rd of October 2015 at 12:58:28 AM
Status: Reported
Friday, the 23rd of October 2015 at 12:58:28 AM #101908
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