Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-00518
An ash cloud rising above the summit crater of Yasur volcano is seen from a village on Tanna Island in 1982. Yasur, the best-known and most frequently visited of the Vanuatu volcanoes, has been in more-or-less continuous strombolian activity since Captain Cook observed ash eruptions in 1774.
Copyrighted photo by André Demaison, 1982 (courtesy of Katia and Maurice Krafft).
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