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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-01718

Intermittent explosions, such as this one on 2 March 1988, took place from a fissure on the SSE side of the 1960-1981 cone of Anak Krakatau from mid-February to April 1988. Two small lava flows were also produced during late February and March, accompanied by small explosions. Photo by Klaus Mehl, 1988 (Ruhr University, Germany).

Intermittent explosions, such as this one on 2 March 1988, took place from a fissure on the SSE side of the 1960-1981 cone of Anak Krakatau from mid-February to April 1988. Two small lava flows were also produced during late February and March, accompanied by small explosions.

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

Keywords: ash | ash plume | eruption


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