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Fig. 3 | Journal of Applied Volcanology

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From: Challenges of determining frequency and magnitudes of explosive eruptions even with an unprecedented stratigraphy

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Uncalibrated radiocarbon C14 ages for the Holocene stratigraphy of Volcán de Colima from Luhr et al. (2010). Out of 181 dates collected, 143 are from the last 9000 years. Explosive activity at Colima appears to occur in distinct clusters (i.e. units V-Y and P-T) with gaps of 100 to 400 years. Unit Z spans ~ 4000 years of eruptive activity with numerous gaps of 100–300 years, including two sector collapse events at approximately 2500 and 3600 yrs. B.P. (Siebe et al., 1992; Navarro et al., 1994; Komorowski et al., 1997; Cortés et al., 2010)

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