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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-01717

An ash plume rising above Anak Krakatau on 2 March 1988, was part of an eruption that produced explosive and effusive activity from mid-February until April. The eruption took place from a fissure on the SSE side of the 1960-61 scoria cone. Photo by Klaus Mehl, 1988 (Ruhr University, Germany).

An ash plume rising above Anak Krakatau on 2 March 1988, was part of an eruption that produced explosive and effusive activity from mid-February until April. The eruption took place from a fissure on the SSE side of the 1960-61 scoria cone.

Photo by Klaus Mehl, 1988 (Ruhr University, Germany).

Keywords: ash | ash plume | eruption


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