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An ash plume erupts from the summit of Klyuchevskoy on 16 February 1987. Long-term activity includes both explosive and effusive activity from summit and flank vents. This view from the south shows Bezymianny producing a small plume at the lower left, Kamen at the left center, and the broader Ushkovsky on the left horizon. Photo by Alexander Belousov, 1987 (Institute of Volcanology, Kamchatka, Russia).

An ash plume erupts from the summit of Klyuchevskoy on 16 February 1987. Long-term activity includes both explosive and effusive activity from summit and flank vents. This view from the south shows Bezymianny producing a small plume at the lower left, Kamen at the left center, and the broader Ushkovsky on the left horizon.

Photo by Alexander Belousov, 1987 (Institute of Volcanology, Kamchatka, Russia).

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Galleries: Ash Plumes and Ashfall | Explosive Eruptions

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Bezymianny

Ushkovsky

Klyuchevskoy

Kamen