The Calbuco eruption on April 22, 2015 was the final reminder of the volcanic risk of the Los Lagos region, which has suffered other eruptions in recent times, such as the Chatén Volcano or Cordón Caul, with consequences associated with similar events. ,
lvaro Amigo, deputy national deputy director of geology for Cernejomin, explained that the initiative aims to develop a national volcano monitoring network, its research in relation to volcano monitoring and hazard assessment.
Onemi, through its Director(s) Christiane González, also participated, pointing out the importance of this type of activity for the region.
In this regard, Paul Duhart, a geologist at the Cernejomin Technical Office in Puerto Varas, pointed out that these types of activities are specifically aimed at school children.
The exhibition considers interactive material provided by the National Volcanoes Monitoring Network (RNVV) to provide a more realistic approach to the effects of an eruption through interactive panels and virtual reality spaces, e.g., knowing inside allowed for. Volcano camera magma and what happens inside it.
The exhibition is presented until the end of August and will be open to the general public on the third floor of the Molino Machmar Art Center in Puerto Varas.