Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-03307
Erosional gullies furrow the surface of pyroclastic-surge deposits from the eruptions forming Ubehebe craters in Death Valley, California. The craters were erupted along a fault that forms the western boundary of the Tin Mountain range in the left background.
Photo by Lee Siebert (Smithsonian Institution).
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