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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-02520

An ash plume at Sheveluch volcano is observed in 1984 from the town of Klyuchi, 50 km to the SW. The eruption originated from a lava dome that began growing in 1980 within a crater that formed during flank collapse in 1964. No change in the geometry of the lava dome was noticed from 1983 until the onset of the 1984 eruption. Photo by Kamchatka Volcanic Eruptions Response Team, 1984 (courtesy of Dan Miller, U.S. Geological Survey).

An ash plume at Sheveluch volcano is observed in 1984 from the town of Klyuchi, 50 km to the SW. The eruption originated from a lava dome that began growing in 1980 within a crater that formed during flank collapse in 1964. No change in the geometry of the lava dome was noticed from 1983 until the onset of the 1984 eruption.

Photo by Kamchatka Volcanic Eruptions Response Team, 1984 (courtesy of Dan Miller, U.S. Geological Survey).

Keywords: ash | eruption | ash plume | explosive eruption


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