Trocon is a lava dome complex in Argentina. It has two summit craters and a pyroclastic cone. It is of estimated Pleistocene-Holocene age. The complex rises from an altitude of 1,968 metres (6,457 ft) and has two summit craters. The volume of the edifice is ill defined, ranging 3.6–84.9 cubic kilometres (0.86–20.37 cu mi). Lava flows extend eastward from a pyroclastic cone.
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