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Observatorio Vulcanol󧩣o del INGEMMET (OVI)
Instituto Geol󧩣o Minero y Metalúrgico (INGEMMET)
Barrio Magisterial No.2. B-16

Umacollo, Arequipa
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Telephone : (01) 054-6189800 (151)
Telefax :  
Director: Lionel Fidel Smoll
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Websites :


http://ovi.ingemmet.gob.pe
http://www.ingemmet.gob.pe

Presidente INGEMMET
Susana Vilca Achata
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Director Direcci󮠤e Geolog𨁁mbiental y Riesgo
Lionel Fidel Smoll
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Coordindor OVI
Marco Rivera Porras
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Jefe de Monitoreo de volcanes del INGEMMET
Domingo Ramos Palomino
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MONITORING STAFF
Domingo Ramos, Geophysics
Roger Machacca, Seismology
Beto Ccallata, Seismology
Mayra Ortega, Seismology
Rosa Anccasi, Seismology
Pablo Masias, Geochemist
Fredy Apaza, Geochemist
Edú Taipe, Geodesy
Rafael Miranda, Geodesy
Javier Calder󮬠Electronic and Visual
Dino Enriquez, Electronic
Juan Ramos, Electronic
Guido Nú񥺬 Informatics
Marco Rivera, Geologist
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Luisa Macedo, Geologist COMCOM
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The Volcanological Observatory of the INGEMMET (OVI) is a goverment institution that has been operating since 2006, formally created on 21 March 2013 by National Supreme Decree.

The OVI belongs to the "Direcci󮠤e Geolog𨁁mbiental y Giesgo Ge󬯧ico" (DGAR) of the Institute Geol󧩣o Minero y Metalúrgico" (INGEMMET) and is ascribed to "Ministerio de Energ𨁹 Minas" of Peru.  It is a center of study to the Geological Survey of Perú: http://ovi.ingemmet.gob.pe/.

The objectives of the OVI highlight the multidisciplinary methods of monitoring the 12 active volcanoes that exist in Perú (seismic, geochemical, geodetic and visuals). Information is centered on only three volcanoes: Sabancaya, Misti, and Ubinas (southern Perou).  The information is reported weekly to local authorities.