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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-01547

Lava flows descending the Valle del Bove on Mount Etna on 16 March 1992, observed from Monte Pomiciaro Belvedere on the S rim. The eruption, which had begun in December 1991, lasted more than 16 months and was the most voluminous at Etna during the past 300 years. Photo by Jean-Claude Tanguy, 1992 (University of Paris).

Lava flows descending the Valle del Bove on Mount Etna on 16 March 1992, observed from Monte Pomiciaro Belvedere on the S rim. The eruption, which had begun in December 1991, lasted more than 16 months and was the most voluminous at Etna during the past 300 years.

Photo by Jean-Claude Tanguy, 1992 (University of Paris).

Keywords: stratovolcano | lava flow | eruption


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