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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-02659

A small plume rises from the summit of glaciated Augustine in this July 1988 view from the east. The gray, unvegetated areas on the north flank are pyroclastic flow deposits from the 1986 and earlier historical eruptions. The pyroclastic flows reached the sea to the east and west. The Chigmit Mountains rise across Kamishak Bay in the distance. Photo by Bill Rose, 1988 (Michigan Technological University).

A small plume rises from the summit of glaciated Augustine in this July 1988 view from the east. The gray, unvegetated areas on the north flank are pyroclastic flow deposits from the 1986 and earlier historical eruptions. The pyroclastic flows reached the sea to the east and west. The Chigmit Mountains rise across Kamishak Bay in the distance.

Photo by Bill Rose, 1988 (Michigan Technological University).

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