Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-01590
The 1986 Kitazungurwa fissure is seen in this 1987 photo. The south flank eruption produced a scoria cone and a lava flow that traveled 19 km down the SW flank. The flow traveled to within 2 km of the highway along the north shore of Lake Kivu between Goma and Sake.
Photo by D. Meurhaeghe, 1987.
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Galleries: Fissure Vents
Keywords: fissure | scoria cone