CERRO MACHIN VOLCANO (CMV), COLOMBIA: IMPLICATIONS AS GEOHERITAGE - CULTURAL LANDSCAPE

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The article seeks to position Cerro Machin Volcano (CMV) geosite in the context of Del Ruiz Volcanic Geopark project and its implications as a geoheritage. The research also intends to develop knowledge about risk threats of CMV. This implies a scale of methodological and theoretical approach from geographical interpretation. On the one hand, it is about the pertinence of the geographical reflection on the risk-threat-heritage phenomenon, through a certain management conditioned by impacts at different regional levels. And to the other, it develops understanding of geoheritage as cultural landscape or viceversa.
As result, research shapes state of the art of CMV within the framework of cultural landscapes since indigenous people developed an understanding of geography by setting living, funeral and agricultural spaces, broad communication systems of paths across cordilleras. Proposal sets cultural landscape is articulated with geological heritage and volcanological features integrated as complementary knowledge. This is relevant to raise them, due to its exceptional natural and cultural values, to a level of conservation for social appropriation and sustainable development.
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EstadoPresentada - 20 mar 2019

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