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Landslides density map of S. Miguel Island, Azores archipelago
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences
The Azores archipelago is located in the Atlantic Ocean and is composed of nine volcanic islands. S. Miguel, the largest one, is formed by three active, E-W trending, trachytic central volcanoes with caldera (Sete Cidades, Fogo and Furnas). Chains of basaltic cinder cones link those major volcanic structures. An inactive trachytic central volcano (Povoação) and an old basaltic volcanic complex (Nordeste) comprise the easternmost part of the island. Since the settlement of the island early indoi:10.5194/nhess-2-51-2002 fatcat:doil7p5cindp7h2tuvwr4ejnky