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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-03914

An ash plume rises from the summit crater of Fuego in this March 1978 photo. Intermittent minor explosive eruptions took place from 11 September 1977 to 8 August 1979. The eruptions sometimes produced pyroclastic flows and lava flows, and originated from multiple vents in the summit crater. Photo by Dick Stoiber, 1978 (Dartmouth College).

An ash plume rises from the summit crater of Fuego in this March 1978 photo. Intermittent minor explosive eruptions took place from 11 September 1977 to 8 August 1979. The eruptions sometimes produced pyroclastic flows and lava flows, and originated from multiple vents in the summit crater.

Photo by Dick Stoiber, 1978 (Dartmouth College).

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