Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-03875
A small block-and-ash flow produced by a small collapse of the growing lava dome descends about 750 m down the north flank of El Brujo dome on 7 July 1967. The Pacific coastal plain is visible in the distance. El Brujo was the westernmost dome of the compound Santiaguito lava dome, which extends about 3 km in a roughly E-W direction.
Photo by Dick Stoiber, 1967 (Dartmouth College).
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