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Gas-and-steam plumes rise from vents on the Niigata-Yakeama lava dome on 3 August 1974, shortly after a brief explosive eruption on 28 July. The eruption killed three climbers and produced ashfall that caused much damage to croplands. Several craters formed during historical eruptions that date back to the 9th century at the summit and flanks of the dome. Photo courtesy of Japan Meteorological Agency, 1974.

Gas-and-steam plumes rise from vents on the Niigata-Yakeama lava dome on 3 August 1974, shortly after a brief explosive eruption on 28 July. The eruption killed three climbers and produced ashfall that caused much damage to croplands. Several craters formed during historical eruptions that date back to the 9th century at the summit and flanks of the dome.

Photo courtesy of Japan Meteorological Agency, 1974.

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