Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-03692
An ash plume towers above Colima on 7 March 1903 in this view from the south. A large explosive eruption on 15 February produced abundant ashfall and pyroclastic flows. The light-colored area down the flank to the left may be pyroclastic flow deposits. More than 20 large explosions, including this one, took place between 15 February and 14 March.
Photo courtesy Julian Flores (University of Guadalajara), 1903.
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Galleries: Ash Plumes and Ashfall