|Elevation||150 m (490 ft)|
|Mountain type||Lava domes|
|Last eruption||November 1820|
Fueguino, also known as Cook, is a cluster of lava domes and pyroclastic cones located on Cook Island, Tierra del Fuego, Chile. This volcanic group lies south of the Magallanes–Fagnano Fault, on the Scotia Plate. This volcanic system has erupted relatively silicic hornblende andesites and dacites with SiO2 contents of 59-66% and it is not considered to be a source of Holocene tephra in Tierra del Fuego unlike other volcanoes such as Mount Hudson and Monte Burney.
- Stern, Charles R (December 2004). "Active Andean volcanism: its geologic and tectonic setting". Rev. geol. Chile. [online]. 31 (2): 161–206. doi:10.4067/S0716-02082004000200001. ISSN 0716-0208. Retrieved 2008-11-14.
- C.J. Heusser (12 November 2003). Ice Age Southern Andes: A Chronicle of Palaeoecological Events. Elsevier. pp. 40–42. ISBN 978-0-08-053438-1.
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